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Chris Falter .NET Design and Best Practices March 2007 Entries
More on How To Re-throw an Exception
Re-throwing an exception is a little more complex that I had realized. The gotcha, pointed out by helpful reader "Sander", is that when the initial exception is thrown from directly inside the try block, rather than from within a method call inside the try block, you will lose the line number of the faulty line of code, regardless of how you re-throw the exception. Here's some sample code that demonstrates what I mean: using System;namespace RethrowExTest{ class Program { static void Main(string[] ......

Posted On Wednesday, March 28, 2007 4:37 PM

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Overview Software Architect with 16 years of development experience using a myriad of technologies. Have exercised technical leadership in all stages of software lifecycle via collaboration with business stakeholders in defining system requirements, object-oriented analysis and design, design reviews, code reviews, and collaboration with developers and IT staff in troubleshooting/debugging production issues. Have written reusable frameworks and components to provide rapid delivery of reliable, extensible ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 20, 2007 4:57 PM

Microsoft Grade for MSDN Managed Newsgroup Support Is Climbing
A few days ago, I posted the text below under the title "Microsoft Gets an 'F' for MDSN Managed Newgroup Support": Over four weeks ago, I had a question about how to use a Web Service Application Project (new feature in Visual Studio 2005 SP1). Since the need for an answer was not urgent, I decided to post a question to the microsoft.public.vsnet.general managed newsgroup. I was relying on this supposed benefit of my MSDN subscription: The MSDN Managed Newsgroup benefit gives you unlimited access ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 13, 2007 8:27 PM

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