Monthly Archives: July 2018

Subclassing Exception to log some contextual information

Today I arrived at work to find some truly wonderful emails in my inbox, containing the informative error: String or binary data would be truncated. So somewhere in a public method, one of the members of a structure in scope … Continue reading

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Sorry I took that last post down…

This past Monday I published a post with a helper class for relaying HTTP POST requests from one WCF service to another, detailing how to create a relay service in c#. Then I took it down right away. Sorry about … Continue reading

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The most annoying kind of error message?

What is the most annoying kind of error message, from a technical perspective? Or from the perspective of an error that was reported from an end user where you are a developer or in technical support? I’ve changed my mind … Continue reading

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