Testing mail functionality in code using external mail servers has always been a hassle. If the mail manages to dodge antispam and various other mischievous services, it’ll probably take several minutes to receive. On our Exchange servers it’ll typically take 10-15 minutes before a locally sent mail actually arrives back in my inbox. We can do better!
In this post I’ll walk you through how to setup IIS Application Request Routing so that any requests for a /wiki/ subdirectory are routed onto a separate server, while all other requests are handled by the server itself.
A common scenario in RIA’s is to show a large amount of small pictures on a single page. Let’s say we want to show 100 images in a grid. While the simplest approach is to just put in 100 image objects and load in the images one by one, I believe it can be done smarter…
On April 28th I’ll be giving a presentation at Aarhus .NET User Group on SharedCache. The presentation will be part of a combined event where Morten Jokumsen will be presenting Velocity and Jakob Tikjøb Andersen will be presenting Cassandra.
Recently I was doing some experimental AS3 development. Much to my surprise, simple collection classes like Stack/Queue are not available in the framework - guess I’m spoiled being used to the .NET Framework.
After getting some well needed sleep following Miracle OpenWorld 2010 and adhering to the we-do-not-use-sleep rule, I’m finally starting to get on top again, though my body still aches all over.
I will be giving two presentations at Miracle OpenWorld 2010 in April.
On March 10th I’ll be giving a presentation at Odense .NET User Group on Scalability & Availability on the Microsoft platform.