dotNetDave Rocks Silicon Valley Code Camp 2016

The Silicon Valley Code Camp in San Jose, CA is on October 1st - 2nd, 2016. It's the largest Code Camp in the United States (maybe the world) and I hope to see you there. I will be doing the sessions below. Röck Yoür Apps With >= 10 Things You Probably Aren’t Doing This session … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks Silicon Valley Code Camp 2016

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dotNetDave Rocks Desert Code Camp 2016

The Desert Code Camp in Phoenix is back on October 8th, 2016! It's always a great Code Camp and I hope to see you there. I will be doing the sessions below. Röck Yoür Apps With >= 10 Things You Probably Aren’t Doing This session will go over 10+ things that I see developers not … Continue reading dotNetDave Rocks Desert Code Camp 2016

SQL Saturday #95

I hope everyone in southern California is planning to attend this years SQL Saturday in San Diego, CA on September 17th. It’s always a great time and lots of free training! I will have a limited number of my latest book to sell "David McCarter's .NET Coding Standards" ($12) and a DVD full of conference … Continue reading SQL Saturday #95

Combining URL Paths

If you are like me, then you need to combine a base url path with another path to a web page or a service. Since base paths change often due to the application running from different environments, this is a common task. The .NET Framework provided use with a simple way of combining file paths, … Continue reading Combining URL Paths

Web Projects Can Have Version Numbers Too!

When you create a web project with Visual Studio, you might notice that it does not create an AssemblyInfo file for you. I'm not really sure why, but what if you want to give your site a version number like any other .NET project? Well you can... just have to create one manually. Simple create … Continue reading Web Projects Can Have Version Numbers Too!