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  • Blog Post: Browser Security Test

    Run 37 tests to make certain your browser isn't letting anything in you don't want. [via ACMEbinary ]
  • Blog Post: Tracing in 2.0, soon.... soon....

    I try not to push 2.0 information too much, as there are many others out there with far more knowledge on it than me. Having said that, I saw this new setting this morning. <trace enabled =" true | false " localOnly =" true | false " pageOutput =" true | false " requestLimit =" integer " mostRecent...
  • Blog Post: February CTP now available

    In honour of March 2, we now present {insert ta da here} The February Community Technology Preview (CTP) of Visual Studio 2005. This month, we have new versions of Visual Studio 2005 Professional (for MSDN Subscribers) and the fabulous Express products: http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/express/vbasic/default...
  • Blog Post: Second Edition, now with more brain-thumping goodness

    Just got a copy of the second edition of Advanced .NET Remoting by Ingo (and now also Mario Szpuszta ). I had the good fortune of squeezing my brain through it a while back (and lived!). While the talk continues, you really need to read as much of this book as you can. It's not only THE best book on...
  • Blog Post: Trust everyone, but always cut the cards

    There are a lot of ASP.NET Hosters out there. So, logically you want to build ASP.NET applications and put them on the hosters. Simple, dimple? Well, for you. You can fire up Visual Notepad, Web Matrix or Visual Studio .NET and hammer one out of silicon pretty fast. However, let's now look at it from...
  • Blog Post: Team System prezzies

    In the spirit of the holidays (either late in the case of Hanukkah, Ramadan or Solstice — or early in the case of Christmas or Kwanzaa — and I have no clue what holiday Jedis celebrate around now) the Team System team have brought unto you a gift. A new Community Technology Preview . So, now you will...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer Developer Center

    And then there were 50... OK, maybe there aren't 50 Developer Centers (yet — it just feels that way some days), but there is now an Internet Explorer Dev Center. With new content, even! Learn what SP2 and future advances have in store for you. It's worth saving the link, even if all you need to do is...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Member Management Component Prototype now available

    The Microsoft ASP.NET v1.1 Membership Management Component Prototype contains classes that allow a developer to more easily authenticate users, authorize users, and store per-user property data in a user profile. The authentication feature validates and stores user credentials which a developer can use...
  • Blog Post: NOAA Way -- the Web Service

    Looking at my news items this morning, and what do I see? NOAA (the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency, aka, the Weather Guys) now has a Web Service available (sadly RPC/Encoded) to get the weather. Details here . WSDL here . Party on your desktop.
  • Blog Post: We have many questions...

    Scott Mitchell 's latest playpen is something I've been looking to find for a while -- a FAQ system built on ASP.NET. Multicategory, pumps out RSS feeds, what else could you want (besides a download) So far, it looks pretty r0xx0r (sorry, I've been spending too much time around l33t forums lately). Looking...
  • Blog Post: Use Cache, Save Cash

    Where's Rob been? Busy starting a company and building a Community Server . However, he still cares about all of you enough to keep writing his column - read his latest, " Use Cache, Save Cash " about SQL cache invalidation in ASP.NET 1.1 and 2.0.
  • Blog Post: How bread (and ASP.NET 2.0) is made

    Scott Guthrie has an amazing look into the 'end game' of how software gets released from Microsoft. It also has the cleanest explanation of "tell" and "ask" mode I've ever read (never had the guts to ask anyone).
  • Blog Post: Something new, something blue

    Two articles for you today: Still making money off of ASP.NET 1.1? Take a look at Callum Shillan's Dynamic Creation of Validation Controls for those times when you just don't know what you'll need to do to validate Looking forward to making more money off of ASP.NET 2.0? Michele Leroux Bustamante returns...
  • Blog Post: Go Google yourself!

    Google Desktop launched (OK, Beta). " Use Google Desktop Search to find: Web pages you've previously seen in Internet Explorer Email you've sent or received via Outlook or Outlook Express IM chats you've had using AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) Files in Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint as well as plain...
  • Blog Post: Why wait for DetailsView?

    Dino is back, and he brought presents. The DetailsView control is one of the most intriguing ones (for me) in ASP.NET 2.0. However, why wait until ASP.NET 2.0 ships? In this article , Dino creates a DetailsView control that works with ASP.NET 1.1 code.
  • Blog Post: Ports, reporting for duty...

    While I love Fiddler for monitoring HTTP, and TCPTrace for SOAP traffic, I've never been able to grok Ethereal or NetMon for general TCP traffic (not to mention a lot of places hunt down these apps and threaten users with assorted medieval HR implements. Now, Brian lets us know about the new Port Reporter...
  • Blog Post: Paul Wilson and OSS

    Via Paul Wilson's blog : I've finally decided to make my WilsonWebForm open-source on SourceForge: The ASP.NET WilsonWebForm enables Multiple Forms and Non-PostBack Forms, finally allowing you to overcome this built-in ASP.NET restriction. This is a real Server Form that supports WebControls, ViewState...
  • Blog Post: Features cut in Beta 2

    In order to ship, sometimes, some features have to go back on the shelf to age a little. Shanku provides some details on some Beta 1 features in ASP.NET that won't be in Beta 2 (or launch). DynamicImage, we hardly knew you... TTFN - Kent
  • Blog Post: You Talked, We Listened

    New feature on the ASP.NET Developer Center today -- the “ You Talked, We Listened ” module. I'll be trying to answer common questions there, as well as to show you some of the many sites using ASP.NET out there (I'll see if I can get Scott's presentation on “A day in the life of ASP...
  • Blog Post: Developing Identity-Aware ASP.NET Applications

    Now live on Technet (yes, that Technet -- they're part of the family now, so be nice). This seven chapter article is intended to: This paper provides guidelines for developing applications that use the directory and security services of the Microsoft® Windows® platform. Specifically, the paper discusses...
  • Blog Post: Dino visits Bedrock...

    Dino brings you his latest -- an excellent article discussing using inheritance to add features to common ASP.NET classes, like the Page class. He shows how you can add page refresh, long process handing and more to *all* your pages in one fell swoop. TTFN - Kent
  • Blog Post: Round, round, get a round (box)

    Scott continues to add to his list o' useful doodads . He's now written a 'rounded corners' control. As you all know, rounded corners are the 'new black' for websites . TTFN - Kent
  • Blog Post: Holy Covenant, Master Chief indeed!

    For those of us who don't feel up to writing something with the Express editions to win an XBox and Halo 2, Mike Schinkel has informed me that Xtras.net and ComponentOne have an even sweeter deal. Download any ComponentOne program from Xtras.net, and leave a review (at Xtras.net), and you'll be entered...
  • Blog Post: What's the difference between an Express, Professional and Team?

    While it certainly hasn't been finalized, you can see a good overview of what features should be in each of the various editions of Visual Studio 2005 here . TTFN - Kent
  • Blog Post: Migration: it's not just for geese

    Two more articles from Infusion Development have just gone live. Get them while they're fresh. Migrating from ASP to ASP.NET 2.0 Migrating from ASP.NET 1.x to ASP.NET 2.0 TTFN - Kent
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