All posts by Andrew Powell-Morse


.NET Exception Handling: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException

As we continue down the beautiful path that winds through our .NET Exception Handling series, today we’ll be examining the System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException. The System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException is typically thrown when an accessed SQL Server returns a warning or error of its own. In this article, we’ll explore where System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException resides within the .NET… continue reading →

JavaScript Error Handling

JavaScript Error Handling: SyntaxError: missing ) after argument list

Continuing through our JavaScript Error Handling series, today we’ll be looking closely at the Missing Parenthesis After Argument List JavaScript error. The Missing Parenthesis After Argument List error can occur for a variety of reasons, but like most SyntaxErrors, it commonly pops up when there’s a typo, an operator is… continue reading →

Rational Unified Process: What Is It And How Do You Use It?

The fundamental purpose of the Rational Unified Process is to provide a model for effectively implementing commercially proven approaches to development, for use throughout the entire software development life cycle. Taking elements from other iterative software development models, the Rational Unified Process framework was initially created by the Rational Software… continue reading →


.NET Exception Handling – System.IO.FileNotFoundException

Continuing along through the .NET Exception Handling series, today we’re going to examine the ever-popular System.IO.FileNotFoundException. The System.IO.FileNotFoundException is common because, as the name suggests, it primarily rears its head when attempting to access a file that doesn’t exist. In this article, we’ll dive into where System.IO.FileNotFoundException fits into the… continue reading →