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New Cincinnati .NET User Group

For those local Cincinnati area developers that read my blog but not James Avery's (all two of you), he is starting a newCincinnati .NET User Group (CINNUG). The first meeting will be November 16th, at 6:00 PM at MAX Technical Training in Norwood....


Keeping it simple: Preach on, brother!

Paul Wilson writes about keeping software (and especially APIs) simple. I may not be completely on the same side of his ongoing O/R mapper discussions, but I'm totally on board with his ideas on this subject.


Round-up of Rich Text Editor Controls

We, Onlinefocus, are trying to standardize on one Rich Text Editor type of control. Being the lead developer who will be implementing them, by default I am in charge of choosing which one it will be. I still hoping to find an article where someone...


Public thank you to Clark

I would like to thank Clark of Marpanhou for being my one true subscriber - I can tell by the occasional “My Yahoo“ hit showing up in my blog stats. Thanks, Clark. You make it all worthwhile :) BTW, if you need any SQL Server setup, SQL query...


I didn't know Query Analyzer could do that!?!

Mike Gunderloy's Query Analyzer Tips and Tricks Clearly, I have been seriously under utilizing (and probably underestimating) my friend, Query Analyzer. Mike Gunderloy is my hero.


Google... GMail... GBrowser... GDesktop

GDesktop musings by kunal. I love Google. I like GMail. I could learn to love a new browser (I have already done so with Firefox) if it was done right; and I'm sure it will be. But a GDesktop?!?!? Really?!?! I wouldn't be surprised. Those guys...


"Shaun of the Dead" is destined to be a classic!

My wife and I spent some very precious “alone” time without kids this past weekend by seeing Shaun of the Dead. I wholeheartedly recommend the movie and proclaim it an instant classic. As soon as it is released on DVD it will take its rightful...


Something in XP SP2 messed up DFS?

Though I have a fairly simple network at home (for a developer), I choose to use DFS (Distributed File System) to keep track of all my shares in one place - exactly what DFS was designed for. I have a W2K machine that is a combination web...


I am a VS.NET Head !!

Matt Hawley has coined a new term: VS.NET Head What it basically means, is those that spend most of their day in Visual Studio .NET, no matter what version. ... Are you a VS.NET Head? Stand up! Be proud! Say your name... Out loud! I am a...


Service Pack 1 for .NET v1.1 broke my ASP.NET apps, too!

I was reading an entry from Paul Wilson's blog this morning, Service Pack 1 for .NET v1.1 Broke My ASP.NET App, and realized that I am having the same problems. Scott Hanselman wrote about it a few days ago, too. Yesterday I was demonstrating...