Monthly Archives: May 2014

Deployments with less risk, less pain

Deployment day is always gut-check time. When you put a revision into prod, there is always that breath-holding period until the deployment is completed and everything comes up. Shortly thereafter, there is the second period of shallow breathing as you … Continue reading

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ThreadAbortException. I’m just fine, but thank you for asking.

I found a fun one today. I was working on an ASP.net page that was having some funny behavior. When you clicked the Search button, instead of being redirected to a search results page, it was going to an error … Continue reading

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