September 2006 - Posts

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Creating an ASP.NET RSS Blog Roller with C# by dwahlin

We needed an RSS blog roller for http://www.interfacett.com so we could show employee blogs from various sites. While there are several out there for .NET we wanted something that we could build on and customize so Spike Xavier and I put together a quick...
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Using SQL Server 2005 CLR Features to Create Aggregates by dwahlin

I played around with SQL Server 2005 a bit this past week to explore (more in-depth) some of the different CLR features that are available. I'll be posting a few of the things I've experimented with over the next few days. One thing that can be...
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Binding Data to Tables with MS AJAX and the ListView Control by dwahlin

If you've used the client-side MS AJAX controls then you know that there's no such thing as a GridView control like we're used to having on the server-side (although a GridView could be used with an MS AJAX Update Panel of course to get AJAX...
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Calling Web Services with MS AJAX using Code Vs. Declaratively by dwahlin

I've been playing around with MS AJAX more these days and had some sample code working fine when using MS AJAX (formerly Atlas) controls combined with JavaScript that calls a Web Service. Since I'm quite familiar with JavaScript I initially wrote...
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New Song Released - No Shame in Crying by dwahlin

No More Shame in Crying (mp3) Written and Performed By : Dan Wahlin Lyrics : Dan Wahlin Guitar Contributions : Spike Xavier, Peter Horan I'm not exactly sure why I decided to write this song or where the idea came from. After thinking about it awhile...
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Redefining a Relaxed Office Atmosphere by dwahlin

I swung by my good buddy Spike Xavier's house the other day and checked out his new office arrangement. Spike apparently thinks that most home office setups are too confining, stuffy and stressful. So, he created his own arrangement complete with...
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Microsoft Releases Open Specification Promise for Web Services by dwahlin

In an effort to spur more adoption of Web Services standards, Microsoft has a released a new online document called the "Open Specification Promise" (OSP). The document allows companies to use specifications patented by Microsoft without worrying...
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In Case You're Late To The Atlas Naming Party.... by dwahlin

This is one of the most blogged about topics of the day, but in case you haven't heard (I understand since there was a double-header on Monday Night Football tonight :-)) Microsoft's Scott Guthrie officially announced the name Atlas will be and...
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Web Service Software Factory Available on MSDN by dwahlin

If you're interested in building reliable, secure and efficient Web Services, Microsoft's Patterns and Practices site just released the Web Service Software Factory that will be a great starting point for people building Web Services using ASP...
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Atlas, IIS7, LINQ and Other Technologies by dwahlin

Scott Guthrie came to Phoenix today to speak on various topics including IIS7 and LINQ. I've had the chance to hear Scott speak on several occassions and he delivered yet another great speech that was fun to watch since he always does a lot of demos...
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