Yet another .NET transition error: System.Configuration.ConfigurationSettings.AppSettings’ is obsolete: ‘This method is obsolete, it has been replaced by ConfigurationManager.AppSettings
Quick fix, change references of:
The 1 week countdown to the most anticipated Dozing Dogs release has begun. This new release is scheduled to have comments enabled which was a major requirement for the new redesign of my site.
I was reading a post on Rob Howard’s blog and picked up some new .NET jargon. Ever heard of the Yellow Screen of Death? If you have, perhaps you share the same sentiments when I say that sometimes you almost wish for the good old Blue Screen of Death.
After starting work on a new .NET application, the friendly yellow screen has become increasingly familiar. If only I could hit Ctrl-Alt-Del and somehow know that the application would restart.
Rob Howard departs for a new endeavour with Telligent Systems. Rob did such a great job showcasing and presenting ASP.NET – I hope Microsoft still keeps the various ASP.NET focussed events going.
On another note, one of the comments on Rob’s blog referred to Nametron 3000� Has anyone tried out similar services?