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Monthly Archives: January 2008

The point of a multi layer architecture

I’m planning on doing a series of videos on multi-layer/multi-tiered architecture using LINQ, but before I get to that I thought it would be helpful to first discuss the advantages of multi-layered architectures.

Three Rules for Database Work

K. Scott Allen over at odeToCode.com has these three rules for developing with a database:

Using The LINQDataSource

There is a new datasource control available in Visual Studio that works in much the same way as the SQLDataSource and the ObjectDataSource.  While I would argue that the LinqDataSource is better than the SqlDataSource, I’m not yet ready to say that it is better than the ObjectDataSource. … Read the rest

Moving a SQL Database to 2005

I had a client call today asking how to restore a database from a backup made with SQL 2000 to a SQL 2005 server.  Turns out, he was asking the wrong question.  Most questions are like that.

Adding a Page to DotNetNuke (Part 2)

Yesterday we covered the basics of adding a page to the DotNetNuke CMS application.  Today we continue with some of the advanced features.