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05-18-2003, 5:59 AM

Hosting

This is my Sunday rant against some hosting companies. I don't know what's going on in US, but here in Europe, it's a disaster. I absolutly needed a hosting company for a small .Net project. I can't host this project on my own servers. I was quite happy...
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 vga 
05-17-2003, 6:19 PM

Spreading the custom controls love

Note : this entry has moved . Last Wednesday Microsoft Argentina organized the MSDN Briefing , a big event, that was attended by more than 1000 local developers. They asked me to do a presentation about advanced ASP.NET programming. I wanted to talk about...
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 douglas.reilly 
05-17-2003, 5:19 PM

Mixing Languages in .NET Applications

One of the promises of the .NET Framework was that programming language would not matter. Maybe that is putting it too strongly. Programming language would of course matter (there are always some things easier in one language than another) but mixing...
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 FransBouma 
05-17-2003, 6:32 AM

VS.NET 2003 isn't all that bad (sort of)

A few days ago, I blogged about a serious flaw in the ASP.NET editor in Visual Studio.NET 2003. Now, don't get me wrong, I really find it stunning this Bad Boy TM is still around, and according to the follow ups to Mike Moore's posting in the usenet thread...
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 DonXML 
05-16-2003, 9:05 PM

Applied XML Developers Conference 2003 West

Chris just announced the topics for the next XMLDevCon , to be held July 10-11, just outside of Portland, OR. Chris had a really hard time reducing the list of topics to fit in the 2 day schedule. I’ll be presenting a session: Declarative UI using...
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05-16-2003, 4:08 PM

XMLAuto, xmltramp... X#?

Aaron Swartz created xmltramp as an easy way to manipulate XML documents in Python. Back in '99, I had created a similar thing for Delphi : XMLAuto . I think that it cannot be done in C#. Maybe some smart guy out there with a bit of magic up his sleeve...
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05-16-2003, 3:22 PM

The Xmen list is growing :-)

So now we have our community growing: Marcie the Datagridgirl Roy the Regex Boy Don the SVG Guru aka Barcode man Scott the Weblogger Sam the Interop bloke UPDATE : Jeff The Speedy bloggerman Who's next ;-) Tell me if I missed one of our 'mutants' !
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 CWeyer 
05-16-2003, 12:30 PM

About ASP.NET 1.1 telling a little bit too much

ASP.NET 1.1 sends two additional HTTP headers that give away too much information - this ISAPI filter removes them....
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 DonXML 
05-16-2003, 10:40 AM

Article - Basic Drawing with GDI+

Niklas Gustavsson (one of the key SharpVectors volunteers) has a new article covering basic drawing with GDI+. Niklas has been a godsend to the SharpVectors team, and does a great job with an intro to the System.Drawing namespace. Don XML [Listening to...
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05-16-2003, 7:41 AM

Xmen Community

So now we have our community growing: Marcie the Datagridgirl Roy the Regex Boy Don the SVG Guru aka Barcode man Scott the Weblogger Sam the Interop bloke Who's next ;-) Tell me if I missed one of our 'mutants' !
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