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  • Blog on the move adventures - Simple URL rewriting

    Yesterday I reported having moved my blog to another host, which went just fine. So, today I took a look at the stats that come with the hosting package to find out about the number of requests per day. I was pretty amazed to see about 14,000 hits per day. However, when diving a little deeper I saw that...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 04/11/2006
  • IIS worldwide server share increasing

    According to Netcraft , Microsoft gained about 4.71 percent web server market share. I'm happy to see this evolution: IIS and ASP.NET are really great pieces of technology and a lot has been proven on the field of security and reliability in the last couple of years (Code Red was a big security turn...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 07/04/2006
  • Arrived at the PDC - LA

    Okay, pretty late notice due to internet connectivity problems at the hotel, but I arrived at the PDC in LA a couple of days ago after a 11:40 hours flight from Amsterdam to LAX airport. Luckily, I'm not suffering from a jetlag, but I guess that has to do with my lack of biorithm :d. On Sunday I took...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 13/09/2005
  • A simple request logger in ASP.NET

    Introduction I just deployed a self-written request logger HTTP Module to my blogs website to have a better picture about the activity on my blog over here. Through this post, I'd like to share information with you on how to create such a logger HTTP Module. What's an HTTP Module? ASP.NET processes requests...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 07/08/2005
  • PHP ... powered by .NET

    Came across this nice project (nice because it has to do with .NET of course): a PHP compiler written in .NET. No, I'm not a PHP fan. Yes, I'm a .NET fan :-) More info on http://www.php-compiler.net/ . Especially the benchmarks are interesting: the fastest PHP runtime is running on IIS, thanks to the...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 18/03/2005
  • Q&A: Self-displaying ASP.NET pages

    Question: How to make a page that can show itself (that is, the source code) when creating samples? Answer: Take a look at http://www.bartdesmet.net/download/hash.aspx . Basically the code is just as simple as this: string f = Server.MapPath(Request.Path); using(StreamReader r = new StreamReader(f))...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 18/03/2005
  • Problem with System.Web.Mail?

    As I received a question today via MSN about the use of System.Web.Mail in .NET FX v1.x to send e-mails, I'm adding a pointer over here on my blog to the one (and only?) website for this kind of issues: http://www.systemwebmail.com/ . An entire domain for one namespace in the .NET Base Class Library...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 22/02/2005
  • Important information about ASP.NET Path Validation Vulnerability

    Read more on http://support.microsoft.com/kb/886903 and http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/Bulletin/ms05-004.mspx . It's currently under review at http://www.cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CAN-2004-0847 . The Microsoft .NET forms authentication capability allows remote attackers to bypass...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 09/02/2005
  • How to boost your managed code performance? Some tips...

    Last days, I've been evaluating some medium-sized project on the field performance, more specifically on the level of CLR managed code. Let's give a collection of tips in this post to make your app more performing. 1. Let garbage collection do its work Garbage collection is a great thing for various...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 18/12/2004
  • Nikhil's server up for > 250 days

    According to Netcraft ( http://uptime.netcraft.com/up/graph?site=www.nikhilk.net ), Nikhil Kothari's server at Microsoft is now running for 251 days which means he has outperformed me on the field of system uptime. My record on www.bartdesmet.net (running Windows 2000 back then) was 250 days :-). Maybe...
    Posted to Weblog by bart on 16/10/2004
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