Here is a handy link to download Microsoft’s WMI Code Creator Tool: Continue reading “A Link to Microsoft’s WMI Code Creator Tool”
Up until today I thought that the only way to show source code in a WordPress.com blog site was to use the <pre></pre> OR <tt></tt> OR <code></code> tags.
In the past I’ve found that these tags are alright for showing small code snippets, but they do nothing to enhance the readability of larger or more involved blocks of code. Often I’ve found code samples that I’ve posted using these tags is more confusing than helpful.
Rapid Application Development (RAD) offers huge advantages to developers under time constraints looking to get an application released as quickly as possible. Visual Studio 2010’s WebForms is a great environment to use when looking at possible RAD solutions.
In this article I will cover the issue of using RAD with custom code to speed up writing database connections and queries. This is part of my series of articles investigating ASP.NET and Visual Studio 2010.