A Better Approach to Logging

Following on from my post last week about one-star reviews associated with the choice of artwork resolution for the retina iPad, there’s no surer way to get one-star reviews than have an application that crashes. At best it’s frustrating, at worst it results in data loss or corruption in applications that store data. For live […]
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Debugging with Your Hands Tied

The scenario was as follows: As part of a SharePoint project a custom event handler was needed that looked across two libraries to assign some metadata automatically. This required a farm level solution created in Visual Studio. (Such development is covered by our course, Programming SharePoint® 2010 Applications with .NET.) I don’t have administrative access […]
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