We’ve compiled a list of the best of the best. Here are the top 10 articles for October 2002 as compiled by the Builder.com editorial team:
- "How to use Access 2000 as a database front end"
- "File searching with the Microsoft Index Service"
- "Improve client relations by dispelling PM myths"
- "Add events to your application with COM connection points"
- "You don't need a job to build your resume"
- "A better way to parse XML documents in .NET"
- "If you are the lone gun, take aim at time bandits"
- "Store your app's configuration information with Java Properties"
- "Hidden frames facilitate client-side caching"
In addition, the Builder.com discussion center is abuzz. These article topics were especially active:
- "How I learned to stop worrying and love C#"
- "Where is the logic in .NET?"
- "Live from LA: Bad Microsoft...good Microsoft"
- "Revive a beached project without losing your cool"
Also, check out these October book and product reviews:
- "O'Reilly HTML guide is accessible and comprehensive"
- "Build Web sites in a 'Flash' with RedFrameKit"
- "Looking for a Java IDE? Get the IDEA"
- "Book review: Database Programming with C# is almost a hit"
- "RentACoder: eBay for contractors?"
And don’t forget to take the Builder.com Java basics pop quiz.
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