Joe Enos

Phoenix, AZ

jtenosllc.com

Age: 32

Software developer and architect, focused on .NET technologies. Aspiring entrepreneur, working on multiple startup projects.

Twitter: http://twitter.com/jtenos/

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revised Sending an email within login code behind delays site
added 100 characters in body
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revised Sending an email within login code behind delays site
Add VB.NET tag
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answered Sending an email within login code behind delays site
Apr
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awarded Nice Question
Apr
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asked Replace GUID in web.config during publish
Apr
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awarded Notable Question
Apr
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comment By using vb.net how to format an string
PadLeft puts the zeroes on the left - PadRight puts them on the right. You'll have to decide how to go from here.
Apr
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answered By using vb.net how to format an string
Apr
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answered javascript file does not trigger in php
Apr
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comment entity-framework with SQL Server Express slow to add records
Just keep in mind that along with the convenience of EF, you get all the overhead of the data context, entity state, change tracking, etc. If your data process is simple enough, plain old ADO.NET is still the fastest way to execute SQL through .NET.
Apr
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comment entity-framework with SQL Server Express slow to add records
EF is not great for bulk inserts. If you insert everything at once, it can be done in a single transaction, but it would use a tremendous amount of local resources to prepare the context with all those records. If you do them one at a time, you'll be communicating with the database way too many times. If you want to try to improve things, try batching them into groups, maybe 100 at a time, and see if that helps.
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awarded Popular Question
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Replace HTML using php
Mar
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on CSS3 Jumpy Animations?
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comment Sql types and encrypted size
Create some dummy data of various sizes and see how big it becomes.
Feb
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Scholar
Feb
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accepted How (in)secure is POP/IMAP/SMTP
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comment How (in)secure is POP/IMAP/SMTP
Thanks, hadn't heard of that kind of alternate authentication method for email before - the challenge/response concept seems pretty decent. But I'm guessing these guys don't support that anyway - if they do, they don't document it. And I'm with you 100% - definitely voting with my wallet.
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