A natural fit application for then cloud is multi- tenant enrollment systems, with complex channels involving multiple third party entitles. One that my company has done lots with in this space that we are roadmapping into Azure we called “EEMS” (Enterprise Enrollment Management Systems). Check out this pretty cool summary of what it is all about.
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TryParse is something that has been around for a while in both VB and C#, but that isn't used as often as it could be. I have noticed that developers coming from the VB world are often bent out of shape when moving to C# because the ol' standby "IsDate" or "IsNumeric" methods are not available. At the same time, C# programmers, trying to assert their natural superiority complexes, will respond that only wimps and schlemiels would use such silly crutches in their code.
I encountered this error message in the process of separating the functionality from one .NET webpage into two. The first webform was using a master page, while the second one was not. My initial version of the second page was made by copying the original page and then stripping out the master page and other code that I did not need.
I had an issue where a Bulk Delete job I had created was never executing and the status simply read "waiting for resources". I checked the Microsoft CRM Asynchronous Process Service and it was not started. When I started it, I received an error:
"The Microsoft CRM Asynchronous Processing Service service on Local Computer started and then stopped. Some services stop automatically if they are not in use by other services or programs."
A way forward for open-source vendors that don't want to sell proprietary extensions in an open-core model. I suspect, however, that improved support operations will remain just one piece of the overall story. No matter how efficient one can make support, there are still far more efficient and profitable models out there.
How much time is needed to crack a password by brute-force? If the password cannot be guessed and is not found in a dictionary, the cracker has to try a brute-force attack. When brute-forcing, the time to crack the password depends on the amount of possible passwords that the cracker has to try. The amount of possible passwords increases with password length and with increasing diversity of characters being used (complexity). Let's take the scenario of a cracker trying 15 million passwords per second. This is currently the maximum speed being claimed by password cracker vendors.
I love the ability to have recent files listed and various shortcuts for documents of an application pinned to a program’s taskbar icon in Windows 7. I had shortcuts to Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2005 pinned to the taskbar, but unfortunately, when you right click the taskbar icons you don’t get access to the most recently used solutions and projects - you only get the most recently used files. You can’t even manually pin solutions or projects to them. There is, however, a workaround!
Has your computer ever gone into sleep mode and you can’t remote desktop to it? There’s a way to wake it up by sending what’s called a “magic packet”. Before the "how", here are some things to consider:
Starting with ASP.NET 2.0, Web Site projects were introduced and allowed for the compilation of the code-behind file for each page and usercontrol into single page assemblies/DLLs (see Figure 1 below). This option works well for the individual pages and usercontrols, however, by default all classes in the App_Code directory are compiled into a single DLL, even if App_Code contains separate sub-directories. Figure 1.