Joe Enos

Phoenix, AZ

jtenos.com

Age: 32

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

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

21h
comment Rounding bug in c#?
possible duplicate of Is floating point math broken?
2d
revised How to read Complex Json using c#
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Aug
22
answered How do I inner join multiple tables?
Aug
20
comment Stop main dblclick event from firing so that only child dbclick fires
In that case, I've got no idea. I didn't realize that you had another library in there - hadn't heard of that library, and I figured jsPlumb was just your variable name for a jQuery selector.
Aug
20
comment Stop main dblclick event from firing so that only child dbclick fires
Must be something else wrong - check out the fiddle here.
Aug
20
answered Stop main dblclick event from firing so that only child dbclick fires
Aug
20
comment How to return list<dynamic> from webservice
Right - you don't have to return the original object, but you can transform it into a simpler object - your query is close, but instead of select new { Id = project.ProjectID, Name = project.ProjectName }).ToList<dynamic>();, you'd do select new Foo { Id = project.ProjectID, Name = project.ProjectName }).ToList();, assuming you had a class named Foo which contained those two properties.
Aug
20
comment Spoofing IsPostBack
Ouch, what a hassle. This is one of many reasons I do everything possible to avoid WebForms at all costs. It's a nightmare to do anything even slightly out of the ordinary.
Aug
20
comment Open local folder from different browsers
What exactly are you trying to accomplish? Are you attempting to open up and navigate folders and simulate Windows Explorer? In the context of the client user or the web app's user?
Aug
20
comment How to return list<dynamic> from webservice
Since you know the structure of what you're returning in this scenario, there's no need for dynamic here. If this is your actual use-case, then just build a class with Id and Name.
Aug
20
answered Using variables only assigned in if statements
Aug
20
revised Preserve VARBINARY value and store it to another variable as varchar
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Aug
19
answered Preserve VARBINARY value and store it to another variable as varchar
Aug
19
comment Preserve VARBINARY value and store it to another variable as varchar
Are you saying you want the hex digits stored as a string? If so, are you sure you really want to do that? Seems pretty useless.
Aug
18
comment Spoofing IsPostBack
I don't know the answer, but if it's not one of the ones you're doing, I'd recommend using Fiddler to watch an actual post, and compare that to your fake post, to see if you can track down the difference. Might as well make your fake post as close to reality as possible.
Aug
18
comment Why set value to true using !0
It's one less key press ([shift]+!+0 vs t+r+u+e).
Aug
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on CJuiDatePicker, YII Date Picker required
Aug
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on align a text block to bottom of page
Aug
15
reviewed Close How to create a Timer in swt java
Aug
15
revised How to concat with linq?
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