Massoud Mazar | Sharing The Knowledge
Title: Massoud Mazar | Sharing The Knowledge
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Alexa Rank: 3584407
Google Page Rank: 0/10 (Google Pagerank Has Been Closed) Traffic & Earnings

Purchase/Sale Value: $5,030
Daily Revenue: $13
Monthly Revenue $413
Yearly Revenue: $5,030
Daily Unique Visitors 1,268
Monthly Unique Visitors: 38,040
Yearly Unique Visitors: 462,820 WebSite Httpheader

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Date Thu, 18 Aug 2016 01:52:34 GMT
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Keyword Count Percentage
AppFabric 5 0.68% Routing 2 0.45%
Blog 6 0.36%
BlogEngine 4 0.60%
BlogEngine.NET 2 0.42%
blogging 1 0.12%
Chrome 7 0.63%
CSS Friendly 1 0.18%
flume 0 0.00%
General 1 0.10%
Google API 1 0.15%
hadoop 1 0.09%
hive 2 0.12%
Installer 3 0.41%
iTextSharp 2 0.30%
mysql 1 0.07%
nagios 1 0.09%
NCAT 3 0.18%
NoSQL 7 0.53%
NoSQL - ElasticSearch 2 0.63%
ElasticSe... 0 0.00% Traffic Sources Chart Similar Website

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While updating a web application which uses SQL Server, I realized the current relational structure of my database is not really the optimal solution. I have more than 120 million rows of data in one of the tables which represent Option Chains for Stocks, one row per Option. I store this data as snapshots in time and do not change them after they are stored. Anyone familiar with this type of data knows that these individual rows are not really interesting by themselves and they are normally looked at alongside others which belong to the same Stock, and with same expiration. In real world you are presented with the whole chain (see an example of such data here). More... Quick and easy Custom 404 page for MVC 5 16 July 2014 Administrator (1) While MVC makes it easy and clean to create a professional looking website, it seems to be a little harder to incorporate custome error pages (e.g. 404 page) which are part of general look and feel of your site. There are many good write-ups on how to do this (for example, but I was looking for an easy way to point to one of my views as the 404 page. What I ended up doing was to create a controller for my error views and use the httpErrors section of web.config to point to it: More... Adding and removing Self Signed Certificates in IIS 05 June 2014 Administrator (0) It took me a little bit to get a handle of creating and using Self Signed Certificates for IIS on a Windows Server 2012. Problem was not so much about running a couple of commands to create the certificate, but more related to where things are and what to do when things go wrong. This page provides 2 commands to create a self signed certificate to be used by IIS. I had to make the key length equal to 2048 so Chrome browser does not complain about the keys: More... 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My settings related to saving passwords was correct and this site was not in the "Do not save" list. I tried many solutions, like deleting files from App Data folder or even uninstalling and re-installing chrome. Until I found an interesting behaviour by accident. More... C# code to play PCAP capture of HTTP request 19 January 2013 Administrator NCAT, PCAP, Request.SaveAs (0) If you have been involved in troubleshooting web applications providing APIs to clients, you know how easier it is to have the actual request sent from client and be able to replay that against your server code to find the problem. Tools we use in my team is WireShark and NCAT. When QA team finds a problem, we always ask for the WireShark capture of the communication. More... IIS URL Rewrite and double counting 4.0 requests 18 January 2013 Administrator Routing, URL Rewrite (0) I'm heavily depending on performance counters to keep track of web application activity. After years of using IIS URL Rewrite to rewrite 2.0 applications with no issue, we upgraded to 4.0 and suddenly noticed a 100% jump in number of requests processed per second. I did a lot of search to understand why and could not find anything. More... SQL server vs AppFabric Cache: Performance and Memory consumption 01 August 2012 Administrator (0) There are many great articles on the internet comparing MS SQL server and AppFabric, and all of them show how AppFabric has better performance over SQL server. It is completely understandable that with complex queries, AppFabric would out perform SQL server. But in an environment where you have a huge number of very small objects to be cached and looked up, AppFabric shows very weak results. More... Passing parameters to a custom Web Deployment Provider 05 April 2012 Administrator (0) Recently I spent numerous hours trying to find out how I can pass more parameters than just a path to my custom Deployment provider. It is amazin how simple it is when you finally find the solution. In my case, I needed to send a key-value pair from my C# code to the provider, so it can find the key in a config file and change the value for me. Here is the code for the calling program:More... > Newer posts 1 2 3 Older posts CategoryList Routing (1) BlogEngine (1) blogging (2) Chrome (3) CSS Friendly (1) Google API (1) hadoop (3) hive (1) Installer (1) iTextSharp (1) mysql (2) nagios (1) NCAT (1) NoSQL (1) NoSQL - ElasticSearch (1) NoSQL - MongoDB (1) Outlook addin (1) PCAP (1) PDF (1) Reporting Services (1) ReportViewer (1) Request.SaveAs (1) SSRS (1) SysTray (1) TreeView (1) URL Rewrite (1) Windows Service (1) TagCloud .net add-in blogengine codeformatterextension event log eventloginstaller installer itextsharp office outlook pdf service systray Copyright ? 2016 - Massoud Mazar Powered by BlogEngine.NET Whois

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