Tags: ASP.NET

Debug = True

ASP.NET Benjamin Perkins

If you have ever performed website optimization then it is likely you have read this article here. This article discusses the impact of having the debug set to true in your production application. In another one of my blogs on C#, I made the comment once about “what is a technical blog without a comparison […]

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Setting up performance counters for ASP.NET

ASP.NET Benjamin Perkins

Troubleshooting a performance problem can be very complicated. Unfortunately, in many cases you prepare and begin learning about how to fix a performance problem when it is happening or just after a performance problem. The fact is, you need to monitor your system and gather statistics on what is considered “standard operating performance” before a […]

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Hacked

Benjamin Perkins C#

This happened to me way back in 2011.  I am migrating all my blogs and articles to this site and am adding it here.  This shouldn’t happen anymore if you use an ORM like Entity Frame Work or NHibernate.  A few weeks ago I had to fend off a hacker. Some of the database statements […]

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Localizing an ASP.Net program using C#

Benjamin Perkins C#

See also the article about localizing a WPF system here. See also my video about localizing a WPF system here. These days when you are designing a GUI (Graphical User Interface) one of the many topics to discuss is that of localization. Simply, localization means that local date format, currency and language will be supported […]

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