Nettuts.com is a great site with many tutorials.
Here is a series of jQuery tutorials for beginners
Google Tech Talks
September 5, 2006
Ken Schwaber co-developed the Agile process, Scrum. He is a founder of the Agile Alliance and Scrum Alliance, and signatory to the Agile Manifesto. Ken has been a software developer for over thirty years. He is an active advocate and evangelist for Agile processes.
Scrum is an amazingly simple process that causes many, many changes when it is implemented. This seminar presents the basic framework of Scrum and some of the implementation issues associated with it.
I’m reinstalling Windows on my work computer and wanted to preserve all the current Visual Studio settings.
In case you didn’t know how it is done:
1. Open Visual Studio
2. Go to Tools->Import and Export Settings
3. Choose “Export selected…”
4. Choose which settings you want to export
5. Choose filename and location
6. Done :)
7. All you need to do now is to go to same menu on other VS and select import.
This is a nice script that can convert your Google search page from this:
Features (From the developers page):
Install it from here
* For some reason the script registers with a specific domain name, so I had to change it manually to:
I got this amazing tip from an article named “5 tips for better jQuery code”.
This is a great way to associate any amount of data with any element on the page, here is a small example:
The interesting part is that the data is not shown in the source code…
jQuery $.each can be used in order to iterate over an array:
You should have a <ul> with id=list for this code to work:
The result is:
Here is the entire code:
Important to note that this is not the same as $(‘DOMElement’).each().
This is a nice trick:
SELECT 'val1', 'val2'SELECT 'val3', 'val4'SELECT 'val5', 'val6'
This code will insert 3 rows into the table.
I have decided to clean my hard drive lately, here are some things I did:
Deleted the Vista SP1 installation files (they are only needed if you plan to remove SP1, which I don’t)
Disabled hibernate (this is desktop, don’t need it…)
Got 10 GB back :)
When presenting an original idea to others - it can be presented as a mash-up of couple of well known ideas.
Cloverfield = Blair Witch Project + Godzilla
LinkedIn = Facebook + Business Contacts
It will not cover all the nuances of your idea, but it will give your listeners some anchor to relate to that idea, which gives you a good start point.
<frame src="Page1.aspx" id="mainFrame">
You could then reference this variable from your child pages via the DOM:
Took me a lot of time to figure it out...
First, paging doesn't seem to work when ObjectDataSource Select function returns SqlDataReader so it returns DataView now.
The code looks like this:
The GridView has to have its "AllowPaging" set to true and PageIndexChanging method looks like this:
Also can change the page size in properties...
This will be useful for GridView pagination:
An aggregate functions can be added to any SELECT (even without a GROUP BY clause) by specifying an OVER() partition for each function.
This means that this code:
can be replaced with:
Found the solution on Google Groups (Google Reader Help):
1. In a Firefox window, enter "about:config" in the address bar.
2. In the "Filter" field, type "popup_maximum".
3. One preference, called "popup_maximum" appears; double-click the
4. Enter a new, appropriately large value. I used 2000, just to be on
the safe side.