ASP:Panel Control Oddities

posted on 2005-03-25 at 22:54:14 by Joel Ross

The project I have been working on for the past year is about to launch next on Wednesday. We are in the final testing phases, fixing small issues as we go. All is on track, and going smoothly. Until I looked at the site in Firefox. It was horrible! I g… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Community Server Skinning

posted on 2005-03-22 at 00:31:10 by Joel Ross

It looks like Dave Burke has taken the plunge, and is moving to Community Server. That's great news! He can pave the way, post about it, and I can follow along. We're planning to migrate our Tourney Logic blogs to CS:Blogs soon, and I'm currently in the… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


N-Tier Codesmith Templates

posted on 2005-03-17 at 00:00:26 by Joel Ross

I saw the .NET Tiers generator a while ago, and I think it looks very interesting. From the looks of it, you come up with a database, take their templates, load them in CodeSmith, and you can generate just about everything else: Your stored procedures, y… more »

Categories: C#


Visual Studio Hacks

posted on 2005-03-16 at 23:48:06 by Joel Ross

I haven't purchased the book yet, but I've heard many good things about James Avery's new book, Visual Studio Hacks. If you want to get a feel for the book, five samples are online. And they're all good ones! more »

Categories: Development


Customizing dotText Presentation

posted on 2005-03-15 at 23:35:02 by Joel Ross

Of the 500+ subscriptions I have, there are a few blogs that I check to see if there's a new post. Dave Burke's is one of those. And this week, one I was hoping for did. Over the weekend, Dave did a presentation at Code Camp 3 about customizing dot… more »

Categories: ASP.NET


Sagestone / NuSoft Solutions On MSDN

posted on 2005-03-11 at 08:00:37 by Joel Ross

I missed this back in December (which explains why it's under Sagestone, and not under NuSoft Solutions), but Kevin Schultz, Kevin Schuler, and Matt Hessinger have an overview of code snippets using Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office on the MSDN si… more »

Categories: Development


More Open Source Goodness

posted on 2005-03-11 at 00:10:16 by Joel Ross

The Director of Shared Source at Microsoft is blogging. And he says the open source community has been more helpful than harmful. more »

Categories: Development


Open Source C# Applications

posted on 2005-03-10 at 22:35:28 by Joel Ross

Ever wondered if there was a free alternative to something you are looking at building or buying? Well, here's a site that lists a bunch of open source apps written in C#. They have a ton of categories. If enough people use it, the datbase will only get… more »

Categories: C#


Source Code Metrics, Etc.

posted on 2005-03-08 at 00:23:41 by Joel Ross

Mark Miller has a nice post about source code metrics and measuring complexity. It's a good read. I listened to the .NET Rocks show he was the guest on, and it was very good. A client saw him at VSLive! a few weeks ago, and based off of that, he end… more »

Categories: Development


Enterprise Library - Data Access Application Block

posted on 2005-03-07 at 23:55:35 by Joel Ross

Scott Mitchell was nice enough to leave me a comment that a sneak peak of his next article about the DAAB is up on 4GuysFromRolla. I wasn't sure if it was OK to highlight it, but then I re-read his first article and saw links to his new article… more »

Categories: Development


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