February 2003 - Posts
" Success of .Net project at online bank prompts move away from Unix "
check out the article on vnunet here
Ok fess up who put, information about the dotnetweblogs on .netWire http://www.dotnetwire.com/. Or is someone outside starting to take notice of all the great stuff posted on these weblogs.
honest it wasn't me, but it's great to see!
We all know that the Community Starter Kit on ASP.Net can possibly allow you to put up a weblog. You could also use Sharepoint Team Services just as easily. Just let the whole thing die. BTW if you want a good ASP.Net weblog, check out Scott's wonderful dotnetweblogs.com ;)
For a small synopsis of the whole issue click it!
CNet News Article
I know this is all serious stuff, but I just couldn't help but laugh at this line..
The Xbox Linux Project letter notes that Microsoft could score some extra cash by signing the group's software. "You may not be aware that Project B of the Xbox Linux prize includes up to $100,000 for a person or company which allows Xbox Linux to boot on an unmodded box," the letter says. "Microsoft will be eligible to apply for an award under this scheme if they approve Xbox Linux as a normal Xbox program."
check out this article at Microsoft Watch. http://www.microsoft-watch.com/article2/1,4248,766199,00.asp
Sounds like a great idea! Especially if Don Box is heading up the development. In this day and age of increasing focus on XML as the be all and end all for communications/data exchange and the latest toaster craze, how great would it be do actually design entire applications using XML? Would it be something like this:
<form name="Demo X#">
<button name="btnOk" position="200px; 200px" size="100px; 20px" onClick="fnc_SayHello()" />
<msgBox value="Hello World" buttons="OkCancel" />
Maybe I'm completely wrong, since no real info has been forthcoming, but until then check out Water and ConciseXML
I just got an email invite for this new group. If your around this area, check 'em out. I'll be at the next meeting.
Saw this on DevX's .Net portal site. Steal This Book: The Free Way to be a C# Expert. For those of you that have been putting off learning C# ( why would you do that? ).
Also as a side note.. if you like Thai and your in the McLean/Tysons Corner area of Northern Virginia, check out Neisha's Thai joint. Good eats and cheap!
So I've spent the last several hours on a very stupid problem.
My ASP.Net application wasn't binding to a datagrid that I had setup. So in my attempt to find out what was going on I stripped the VB.net code from the site and placed it in a WinForm.
Still no go, no data was getting binded to the grid. After f'n with it I realized that my function was NOT returning the dataview to the grid.
I know, dumb problem and stupid me for not realizing it, but atleast the C# compiler would have told me that none of the code paths return anything. Arrgghh.. if I could I would have hit the person that started this project in VB.net..
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