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  • Philadelphia Area Event

    I just wanted to let individuals in the Philly area know of an event tonight. It's called the Philly FUNNFest (http://philly.funn.org). The event includes many non-profit organizations in the area. At the Northeast Pennsylvania FUNNFest this year, my UG was introduced. So, there may be some good information at the event. The cost is $30 and a free Philadelphia Phillies ticket is given to each attendee. The main website for FUNN is (http://www.funn.org). As you may already know, I do some of the web work for all the FUNN organizations.

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  • Whidbey Details From VSLive!

    I'm not sure who saw the post before, but Julie Lerman posted awhile back about a VB.NET Whidbey Demo Video (http://www.ftponline.com/reports/vsliveny/2003/whidbey/). If you didn't know already, VSLive! in Orlando was this past week. During VSLive!, there were some hints about Whidbey. You can read about them here: http://www.ftponline.com/reports/vsliveor/2003/dollard1/. Sounds kind of interesting.

    Also, I ran into another interesting article on the FTPOnline.com website. It talks about converting Microsoft.com to a .NET application (http://www.vslive.com/2003/ny/interview_jordan.asp).

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  • CIS 263: Week 1

    Surprisingly, week 1 is already here and gone. Overall it has been a very simple week. The ClassKnowledge app is starting to take some shape and the class will be able to fully access it by this coming Monday’s class. The app is similar to a Linux-based class management software called Moodle. I hope to clean it up and release beta 1 by Christmas.

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  • JasonGaylord.com Beta

    Today I released my personal website in beta format. After the final compilation last night, it is version 0.7.4.0. I've included my ASP.NET Blog, my SQL Junkies Blog, my ASPAlliance Articles, and my college courses. I also listed some key partner sites that have provided me with the help or information necessary for the information. Various non-profits that I participate in are also listed there as well. If you have any insight or sites that you think I should link to, let me know.

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  • VB vs C#: Case 1

    After creating a few controls in C#, I will admit that C# does come more fluent. However, I found something in C# that I completely despise. For VB programmers that didn't already know, C# likes everything in lowercase. There is no String, it is string. If you declare a variable as type String, you can get an error. But, there is one catch. The most used routine in all of web programming, Page_Load, is not spelled page_load. In fact, if you use page_load, the page loads, but without anything that was in your page_load. When creating a custom control then adding it to the page in code behind, it was very difficult to pick out what the issue was. I must have “combed” my code a thousand times making sure I added all child controls to the parent and then added the parent to the uc, etc. Finally it hit me. :-)

    UPDATE- Check out the following link for an interesting opinion from Michael Stiefel. http://www.sys-con.com/story/?storyid=49040

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