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by Igor Vigdorchik
How to use the Transient Fault Handling Application Block
by TheyCallMeMrJames
How to handle the “Unrecognized configuration section userSetting” exception.
by Vipin Kumarr
Introduction: Recently I was working on an issue caused by OOM exception and found out interesting finding about String.Split() function. I thought I should share the finding with others and they may also benefit from this analysis in solving OOM exceptions. Its a step by step article, i have tried
by Andrew Rissing
I would actually go the route getting those developers to follow good practice. As a whole, the field would be better off if developers like that were mentored rather than something like this.So, I would recommend using either of the techniques you put forth originally (using the Data...

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by Sacha Barber
I am in the process of reading this very book : Cloud Design Patterns which discusses a great many patterns for the cloud (geared primarily at Azure), and there is talk of a “Circuit Breaker” and “Retry Pattern”. The “Circuit Breaker” pattern is a new one to me, but the “Retry Pattern” is  certainly
by Prava-MFS
Hello everyone, today I am going to share one problem I faced, when I was developing my first project with Zend Framework 2. The issue was with defining and managing error, exceptions. In the front-end, it was displaying errors/exceptions to the user, rather filing it into any file. It was too awkwa
by mrcellux
Proper exception handling is an important element for building robust, reliable systems. However quite often it's a somewhat neglected aspect of the design, emphasized only in later phases of the development process - sometimes even after the product hits production. I think a reason for that patter
by jgauffin
Are you using log4net in an existing application and feel that you got no control over your errors? We’ve now created a seamless log4net integration. That means that we will automatically report all exceptions that you are logging. Problem In legacy applications … Continue reading &#8594

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