Monthly Archives: June 2006

Useful (?) Tip #3

.NET has great support for globalisation of code (why globalisation? Surely you’re actually regionalising it?) and that extends to web applications too. This piece of code lets your web application pick up the language preferences of the user’s browser, enabling … Continue reading

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Useful (?) Tip #2

See? I forgot to do one yesterday, but at least I remembered to catch up…   This is more of a SQL optimisation trick. You sometimes need to get a result set containing items NOT in another result set. The obvious … Continue reading

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Useful (?) Tip #1

I’m going to try to post something that may be at least vaguely useful for somebody somewhere once per day from now on. Weekdays at least. I probably won’t get past #2, but let’s at least try…   Today’s tip … Continue reading

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