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New York City .NET

The author of the NYCdotNet blog is a VB.NET and SQL server developer living and working in New York City. The author seeks to promote clean, readable, efficient code in both VB and SQL from design to development, deployment, and application maintenance.

Archives: February 2013

Setting up an Internal Friendly URL

Note: This solution is not necessarily the best or most efficient solution in all cases.  It is, however, very simple and works with any site - even ones you have no control over.

Problem:

Internal Web System XYZ must be accessed via an ugly URL such as http://randomservername.internalexample.com:8675309/SomeCrazyPath/SomeFile.htm

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Posted in New York City .NET on 27 February 2013

Using SkyDrive at Work for Collaboration - A Quick Start Guide

It seems that many of my projects in the past year or so have required sharing files with external business partners.  I've found that SkyDrive has been quite useful for this purpose.  Here's how to get started quickly and securely sharing files.

Setting up SkyDrive sync:

1. If you don't…

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Posted in New York City .NET on 6 February 2013

Using Inline “With” Blocks to Augment a VB.NET Default Constructor

Say you have a simple data transfer class that looks like this:

Public Class Employee
    Public Property Name As String
    Public Property HireDate As Date
    Public Property EmployeeID As Integer
End Class

Normally to load up this class, you might call something like this:

Dim employee As…

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Posted in New York City .NET on 2 February 2013