I'm here (this website?) to discuss the comings and goings of an INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIST in the wide world of online human resources. In the coming weeks I'd like to tell you what we see from the dark side of the moon (so to speak). We dweebs are incredibly insecure, we don't like to be chastised, and it's clear to all that we are infinitely smarter than everyone else.
So, my soapbox...here is some nonsensical .net framework (3.0) system.net namespace shit I'm dealing with. What, you think this Internet shit builds itself??
A URI prefix string is composed of a scheme (http or https), a host, an optional port, and an optional path. An example of a complete prefix string is “http://www.contoso.com:8080/customerData/
”. Prefixes must end in a forward slash (“/”). The HttpListener
object with the prefix that most closely matches a requested URI responds to the request. Multiple HttpListener
objects cannot add the same prefix; a Win32Exception
exception is thrown if a HttpListener
adds a prefix that is already in use.