Monthly Archives: March 2010

What is BrowserScope ? – A tool to profile web browsers.

Browserscope is a community-driven project for profiling web browsers. The goals are to foster innovation by tracking browser functionality and to be a resource for web developers. Gathering test results from users "in the wild" is the most important and … Continue reading

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Key Design Principles – Common application architecture

Just quoting “key principle design” from dot net application guide 2.0. Key Design PrinciplesWhen getting started with your design, keep in mind the key principles that willhelp you to create an architecture that adheres to proven principles, minimizes costsand maintenance … Continue reading

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Atom vs. RSS Feed

I just want to share the article which distinguishes the technical differences between Atom vs. RSS Feed. Until Atom feed, everyone was using RSS to syndicate content online. However, there was a group of people who analyzed RSS and found … Continue reading

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Plus / Minus of Table Schemas – MS SQL

  Pluses:1. Objects are contained in groups that make sense – i.e. HR, Shipping, etc. which makes it easier to differentiate roles.2. Permissions can be given on schemas and users added to those schemas, simplifying permissions.3. Allows for multiple revisions … Continue reading

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