C# Feeds and News

Today CSharpFeeds officially goes live. This is a pet project of mine and Gregg Stark’s based on Serge’s VBFeeds.com site and its source code (thanks to Serge for letting me see the source!). VBFeeds is a great place to find just VB information from the top VB people, moderated so that it doesn’t include posts […]

C# Feeds and News

Today CSharpFeeds officially goes live. This is a pet project of mine and Gregg Stark’s based on Serge’s VBFeeds.com site and its source code (thanks to Serge for letting me see the source!). VBFeeds is a great place to find just VB information from the top VB people, moderated so that it doesn’t include posts […]

Microsoft Twelve Tenets to Promote Competition

Microsoft recently announced the publication of its Twelve Tenets to Promote Competition, also referred to as “Windows Principles”. These include: Principle I: Choice for Computer Manufacturers and Customers 1. Installation of any software (by OEMs and end customers)2. Easy access (to windows navigation by OEMs and end customers)3. Defaults (for things like media playing, Internet […]

Run Cassini as Root Web within Visual Studio

I’ve been fighting with differences in folder paths between production and dev (via Cassini / WebDevServer) for a while now and stumbled upon this forum topic today and gave it a shot. The forum didn’t provide full details but here’s what I managed to figure out. Yes, Cassini supports root pathed sites, but it’s not […]

Adding Master Page Support to Dynamically Created Pages

Yesterday I wrote about AspAlliance.SimpleCms, which is coming along still today. One hurdle Brendan and I were facing was how to allow a dynamically created (from a PageHandlerFactory) page to specify a master page. The idea is that the page, which resides in a separate assembly from the main web application, will use a master […]

Book Review – Murach C# 2005

Murach’s C# 2005 is one of many books I’ve picked up since .NET 2.0/VS2005 went gold last November. I have to say, I really love the layout of Murach’s line of books. The book would make an ideal textbook for a training class, but outside of a training environment it is still a great learning […]

Live From Redmond ASP.NET Webcasts

Here’s a list of a bunch of webcasts that are coming up in the next few months (starting next week), related to ASP.NET: Date Title Speaker Registration URL 25-Jul ASP.NET: An Overview of ASP.NET and Windows Workflow Foundation Integration Kashif Alam Click here 3-Aug ASP.NET: Building Real-World Web Application UI with Master Pages, Themes and […]