August 2003 - Posts
Interesting discussion following a post from the Early Adopters about "Software as a Subscription".
It's all about why you have to buy Longhorn, Yukon and Whidbey, go to the PDC and forget about all this money you already invested.
Erik Porter has compiled links to info on Page lifecycle in ASP.NET. You know, those Load, Init and PreRender events... Well, you'll get a lot more than these if you follow the links!
I particularly recommend Brady Gaster's post (update: link dead) which offers a flat view of all the events from Application to Controls. Only Application_Start and Application_End are missing, but I guess you'd know where to put these ;-)
I'd also add a pointer to the official documentation in the .NET Framework Developer's Guide on MSDN.
Update: a nice picture can be found here.
Update: ASP.NET Page Life Cycle Overview from MSDN
I don't know whether this is related to my last post about Google AdSense
, but I am now the first Fabrice
I activated Google AdSense on the SharpToolbox. So, come and click!
As usual with Google, the results are pretty relevant. Ok it isn't so difficult, right? Just advertise for a bunch of tools and you're done...
I'll let you know whether this ad program is worth it.
If you want to run your own weblog or host weblogs, you should definitely give a look at .Text.
.Text is the weblog engine that runs this weblog. It has been created by ScottW who just announced he has released the source code on GotDotNet.
Scott has done a great job, and the project moves now to a new level with the release of the source code. Of course it's all built with .NET.
Apart from what you can see on weblogs, I can tell you that .Text also comes with a terrific admin web GUI!
Let this post be one more occasion to thank Scott for all the amount of good work he did!