I have posted some questions about asp.net mvc and it is related to MS 70 486 exam. I 'm a junior developer with experience in C# and asp.net (don't experience exp in ASP.net MVC).my company want me to that exam with in a month.this is the only place i know about people who have very good knowledge in programming.so that is why asked a help from them to find some answers.they closed my thread some said "this is not the place to do your home work" and so on.
i know the answers but im not sure about them.because i don't have a good knowledge in mvc and i was unable to find answers through internet so i have nothing to do no place to get a help. that is why i decided to post in code project.
i suggest to open another section for certification.That will help for beginners.
Thumbrule : Post questions according to the guidelines and it won't get closed e.g. You know the answer but you are not sure about it. You asked the question how to do...which does...please help me. There are very less chance that someone will be providing you the reasonable answer and it will be closed within hours.
Further, Certification requires a very good command over specific technology regardless of which Certification it is.
Programmer : A machine that converts coffee into code !
The "ghost" tags "p", "div" and "pre" appeared inside the code sample (<pre>). Note that the tag "p" never appears in the source, it is inserted during submission, created from the end-of-line characters and then escaped. As to the other tags, "code" comes from outside of "pre"; and I didn't see unbalanced tags.
It looks like a regression bug to me; recently, it worked correctly.
The current method of dealing with Spam messages and their authors is somewhat labour intensive. The discoverer has to create a new message in the forum with a link to the spam message, and the spammer's account. It also has the drawback that spam messages disappear quicker than the spammers. This means we mostly have to take it on trust that our fellow spam hunters have correctly identified the perp.
This is probably too much to ask but ... how about something along the lines of:
When a message is flagged as spam, it is immediately moved to the Spam and Abuse forum.
Any message in this forum can be flagged as not-spam, and returned whence it came.
Every additional spam flag following the initial one gets added to a (weighted) count.
When the message count reaches a sufficient level, both message and spammer are removed.
I'm not sure how QA messages could fit into such a system, but the forums seem to be the main target of spammers these days.
I like your thinking. How about something cleaner:
Whenever someone marks a message as spam it goes into the same spam moderation queue that all automatically marked spam goes into. That way we have a single system, and a single point of reference for spam.
That's fine as far as it goes, but it still means we have to add a message somewhere to identify the account that posted it. Getting rid of the messages is easy, getting rid of the spammers is somewhat less so. But I'm sure you experts will come up with something brilliant.
We already have the ability to auto-nuke member accounts when message reports hit a certain threshold. Unfortunately there were too many accounts getting nuked because of trigger fingers so we've backed away from allowing auto-nuking.
It makes it more work for sure, but it protects members from unintended consequences.
What would be useful is for auto notification when marking spam in moderation. So, you say that something is spam, then a message is automatically created in the spam forum, including links to the messages/answers/comments for the account being moderated. This is the manual part that we end up doing anyway, so cutting this out would be a huge time saver, and doesn't have the effect that auto-nuke has - members are still required to vote. I would be tempted to make this option a separate one from just marking something as spam - make it explicit that the moderator wants to take this action.
I like the idea. If possible, this seems quite clean and still saves time and keystrockes
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
This is the current stalemate over use of comment box versus answer box. To do the math on the gambit (one point for a comment or possibly minus six for a bad answer) and come up with a formal method to win at all rolls of that die precludes me from venturing into QA.
Other than to downvote Answers.
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