Microsoft's Atlas

posted on 2005-06-30 at 09:17:05 by Joel Ross had the story Monday night, and by 11:30 Tuesday morning, Scott Guthrie had a great article describing in much more detail what they're building. I've been a little down on AJAX, but I'm starting to come around. One of the downsides I posted abo… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


A Change to Switch Statements

posted on 2005-06-25 at 00:06:02 by Joel Ross

I ran into this today, and if it was available, my life would have been easier. Here's the problem I came up against. Let's say that you have an object that has two properties: color and shape. You need to do something based on the combination of those t… more »

Categories: C#


AJAX.NET Goes Open Source

posted on 2005-06-24 at 01:21:19 by Joel Ross

Somehow I missed this when it first came through the aggregator, but I got it on an update. Anyway, AJAX.Net is now open source and hosted at Sourceforge. The CMS project I'm pseudo-involved in is using this, and, although I haven't been involved in the… more »

Categories: ASP.NET



posted on 2005-06-23 at 00:35:58 by Joel Ross

I installed WSS as part of my Biztalk ramp-up - Biztalk uses it for some of it's services, such as BAS. Anyway, it took me a few days before I realized how much WSS messes with the rest of your sites. It locks down ASP.NET development to the point of un… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Global Bank Integration From the Patterns And Practices Team

posted on 2005-06-23 at 00:02:20 by Joel Ross

I saw a demo of this at Tech Ed, but now I found it on MSDN. The Patterns and Practices team has created a sample that covers how you can use Integration patterns effectively. They did a couple of very cool things with this. First, you can view a flash… more »

Categories: Development


Continuous Integration With MCMS

posted on 2005-06-22 at 23:57:19 by Joel Ross

I've started working part time on a very interesting project. It's a CMS project, but it's focused around a C++ back end system that the CMS site will interact with. It's all COM-based, which means we'll be using COM interop. Fun! Anyway, my role isn't r… more »

Categories: Development


Framework Development

posted on 2005-06-21 at 09:50:42 by Joel Ross

Ben Carey has a question about frameworks, and is seeking feedback about how we keep our frameworks clutter-free. I've worked on a couple of frameworks, and I've seen both the good and the bad in them. The bad usually results when the framework isn't tig… more »

Categories: Development


Multiple Projects in the Same Virtual Folder

posted on 2005-06-20 at 00:25:06 by Joel Ross

There's a knowledge base article about how you can split a web project into multiple projects. It's not the simplest process - you have to edit project files by hand - but it would be nice to be able to split certain sections of a web project into their… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


BizTalk: Exposing .NET Classes

posted on 2005-06-14 at 01:11:49 by Joel Ross

Ok. I'm new to BizTalk Server, but I think I got this right. Please let me know if I didn't. I have an existing application that uses an object. I want to take this object, allow BizTalk to accept messages of that type, and map them to another message t… more »

Categories: Development


posted on 2005-06-14 at 01:01:16 by Joel Ross

I first heard of CodeZone from someone in Australia, and I've been getting the magazine since last summer. Well, they finally launched something for the US crowd - MyCodeZone. It's a portal for developers, and I got a chance to talk to one of the team me… more »

Categories: Development


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