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 DonXML 
04-11-2003, 4:49 PM

re: Great Intro To SVG Article

Steven Livingstone commented (sorry not a blog entry): Excuse my ignorance, but why on earth is Nestscape NOT supporting this right now?? Kurt's articles are *always* very good, but let's help him out! I tried IE, Netscape and then Mosaic which game me...
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 drub0y 
04-11-2003, 3:35 PM

The .NET Show: IIS 6.0 and ASP.NET

In this episode of "The .NET Show", will talk about Windows Server 2003, which should be shipping soon. Specifically, we will focus on IIS 6.0, which is underlying architecture that allows web servers to function on top of Windows Server 2003. [ Microsoft...
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 p.gielens 
04-11-2003, 1:47 PM

Cache Strategies

Caching in .NET...
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 Tim Marman 
04-11-2003, 11:39 AM

What difference does it make?

Sam writes : I wonder if anyone sees a difference in putting Web services features directly into the .NET Framework vs. having those features in a separate download named Web Services Enhancements . Does anyone actually care where the feature comes from...
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 Colt 
04-11-2003, 11:18 AM

ASP.NET Web Matrix Update Details

Firstly, I'm really excited to see the message from Nikhiko today in the ASP.NET Forums >> Web Matrix update details << Nikhiko and his teammates created the amazing community-supported, easy-to-use WYSIWYG application development tool for...
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 CWeyer 
04-11-2003, 10:35 AM

About Simon's seek for a list of bug fixes in ASP.NET

Searching for an offical list of bug fixes and new features in ASP.NET 1.1...
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 CWeyer 
04-11-2003, 10:29 AM

About ASP.NET 1.1

ASP.NET 1.1 is finalized and released to Web....
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 DonXML 
04-11-2003, 9:47 AM

Name Confusion

It has come to my attention that there are some folks out there that are confusing me with another Don (Don Box). Yes the name Don is not a very common one (but it is not rare), and what’s the odds the both are into XML? Well, it doesn’t really matter...
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 p.gielens 
04-11-2003, 8:26 AM

Hippo.NET, sounds like a killer tool!

Jan Tielens dropped a rather interesting link this afternoon. Building software within a team environment can_and_is a pain in the ass. Mostly because of the fact all developers are linking different versions of dynamic link libraries (DLL’s) MDAC 2.6...
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 p.gielens 
04-11-2003, 3:20 AM

OR-mapping Frameworks

Another thought about object relational mapping frameworks. The world feels so empty without it, at least a good one....
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