aspNetMime Rocks!


I’ve been using Advanced Intelllect’s aspNetMime product and this thing is very cool. We use the component in our moderation tool at the ASPAlliance Lists. I can’t imagine writing all the code to decode Quoted Printable, 7bit, 8bit, etc. encoding so kudos to you Dave!


Sometimes I hate Visual Studio .NET! Why does it randomly stop responding when I leave it to use other applications? Do you have similar experiences you’d like to share? I have a direct channel to the Visual Studio .NET team (the same goes for ASP.NET) and I would be glad to communicate any problems or suggestions you have. Just hit the comments link on this post and send the comments my way!


Some of these videos are really stupid but I LOVE a couple of them – Apple Gamer video is my favorite. So, if you are bored or stuck on some problem with the latest .NET application you are building, then I suggest you check one or more of them out!


I like this blogging thing so you can expect more from me! =)


Comments (2)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Alex the thing you can report is what I call a serious pain in the ass, the debugging process. How many hours I lost between starting debugging, realise something wrong, stop debugger, change code and start again.

    Can you open a discussion on that, I’m interested by other developers experience on this subject.

    Another problem that you can also transmit to the VB.Net team, is why the process aspnet.exe hangs up so often. Everytime I debug something I have to force it to stop, before restarting a fresh and clean new process.

    By the way great blog !

  2. Anonymous says:

    Pascal,

    Ah, yes…the ‘Edit and Continue’ feature is something that VB developers are greatly missing in Visual Studio .NET. I know this is on their radar and I will see if I can get some kind of confirmation that this feature will be in version 2.0

    Well, I’ll report the aspnet.exe hang ups to the ASP.NET team and VS.NET. I think this is more of a VS.NET things than it is an ASP.NET thing but I’ll check next week.

    Thanks for the kind words.