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How Events Work with ASP.NET 2.0 (A Quick Note on AutoWire)
It takes a BIG guy to say – “I don’t know” – and today I am going to say it. There are just too many things about ASP. NET, C# and the world in general that - "I Don't know!" After coding in .NET ever since it’s first Beta was ever released there are situations like these which are VERY... humbling (spelt - "embarrassing") . We started coding for a project and everything was going fine till we needed to code the PreRender event of a Web Control. Earlier versions ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 26, 2006 2:06 AM

Reinventing the wheel
I am by means no expert to be writing on this topic but I've had this conversation with SO MANY different people (developers / clients / Project Managers) on this topic and everyone seems to have a slightly different opinion and stand. So, I feel I should take my stand on this topic as well. A HIGHLY opinionated one – that is. Of course, other’s who read this may / may not beg to differ. The Question – “To develop or Re-Use?” There are times when I need to write design ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 25, 2006 12:57 AM

DotNetNuke - Training Followup
Earlier this week I conducted a Training 3 hour Marathon Session on DotNetNuke; there were some follow up items on the session and answers to some questions I wanted to post out: Some Questions Asked During the Training And Their Answers: Question à How can I get DotNetNuke Templates for Visual Studio.NET 2005 Professional? Answer à You’ll need to download DotNetNuke Starter Kits at - and install them. Question à When I am designing ......

Posted On Thursday, April 20, 2006 11:54 PM

RSS Aggregator For Outlook!
Awesome Tool! Highly recommend it ... - this one allows adding RSS blog feeds to outlook so that you don't need an external aggregator... sweet!!

Posted On Tuesday, April 18, 2006 1:01 AM

Customizing the Dot Net Nuke Search Input
Customizing - DotNetNuke Search Input - The Problem In a Recent Project I had felt the need to customize the DotNetNuke search input. If you've used DotNetNuke Search Inputs before you might have realized that the search Input Module is a little limiting in terms of customization. So, basically the kind of search inputs that you can have in DotNetNuke (based on what I currently know) are: Of course, you could customize this slightly or you could have another kind with a picture just by changing the ......

Posted On Thursday, April 13, 2006 7:22 AM

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