Category: ASP.Net 2.0

Down on ASP.Net

Down on ASP.Net

First, some random stuff.  I got a free t-shirt from Newegg yesterday and I didn’t even have to buy anything!  It turns out that scammers have been using Newegg’s domain in phishing attacks.  As I was reading through this, I...

Random DevTools Entry: #009

Random DevTools Entry: #009

Oh yeah, we’re kicking it up with the DevTool entries. That’s typically what happens as I ramp up on a project; I’ll end up coming across a whole slew of awesome tools that I end up aggregating in my C:\Program...

Yet Another Bookmark

Yet Another Bookmark

I going to have to take a look at this Composite UI Application Block from Microsoft’s patterns and practices group. It actually looks very similar (at least from a 10k foot view) to the architecture/design implemented by Omar Al Zabir...

On Enterprise Library

On Enterprise Library

Having been a consultant for the last few years, I’ve been in many organizations, seen many application architectures, and met many developers.  What saddens me is that far too few developers/consultants in the Microsoft space are digging the Patterns &...

Impressive

Impressive

Perhaps even that is too weak a word. Omar Al Zabir demonstrates an amazing breadth and depth of understanding of many technologies in addition to sound software engineering and design concepts. He has a great writeup at CodeProject.  That just...

Random DevTools Entry: #001

Random DevTools Entry: #001

From time to time, as I’m working on projects, I invariably come across great sets of tools that make my life just a bit easier.  My plan is to list the tools, test them out, and rate them somehow after...

Asynchronous Callbacks with AJAX

Asynchronous Callbacks with AJAX

A blog post I came across should be of interest to anyone working with AJAX: I’ve explained before why XmlHttpRequest should always be used asynchronously. In a nutshell, JavaScript is not multi-threaded, so the only way to keep your application...

Fun in Philly

Wow, I had a lot more fun in Philly than I thought I would have. Back up a bit.  I had originally registered for the Microsoft launch event in Philly as a participant a few weeks back.  Last week, Rich,...

SQL, VS.Net, and BizTalk 2005 Release Event

SQL, VS.Net, and BizTalk 2005 Release Event

I’ll be in Philly next week for the Microsoft release event for SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio.Net 2005, and BizTalk 2006 next week (11/17). I’m not only going as a participant, but a small group of us will be there...

.Net Roundup

.Net Roundup

I hate to just link to pages, but there’s a lot of stuff to catch up on today, so allow me to indulge myself by placing a little reminder here 😉 Dino Esposito has a nice little write-up on authoring...