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Phil Winstanley - British .NET chap based in Lancashire. Enjoys tea and tech. Working for Microsoft.

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ASP.NET, Windows Forms and JavaScript Exception and Error Handling - Exceptioneer
Exceptioneer is a hosted system designed for .NET folks to help identify, manage and resolve unhandled exceptions. When an Exception occurs within an Application, that exception and a range of platform specific details are transmitted securely to the...
MIX - Afterthoughts - A realistic view
I'm very pleased I attended the MIX conference, it's been a blast. Seeing the culmination of Silverlight and all the work which has been going on for so long internally at Microsoft was really rewarding. The guys from the team that were at the event were...
Vista a month on - how does it help the web developer?
Well, it's been over a month since I installed Vista on my shiny new(ish) Compaq nx9420. My machine proports to be Windows Vista Capable (via a rather fetching sticker as shown below) so I had decided as soon as vista hit the retail market I would install...
Posted: Mar 11 2007, 05:23 PM by Plip | with 5 comment(s)
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Something everyone should know about web services!
My friend Chris posted about something that's really cool with .NET web services I never knew! http://cgaskell.wordpress.com/2007/01/19/overloading-routines-in-webservices
Posted: Jan 19 2007, 04:41 PM by Plip | with 2 comment(s)
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Dutch accessibility law
http://www.quirksmode.org/blog/archives/2007/01/new_dutch_acces.html A few examples will show you where Dutch government accessibility is heading. As of 1 September last year, every website built for a government agency is required by law to use: valid...
Posted: Jan 18 2007, 03:53 PM by Plip | with no comments
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Mashup at your own risk
I have a site using the funky timeline javascript from the MIT. SIMILE Timeline Documentation The timeline is great, but tonight as I shipped a new build of my app to the server I was clicking ont he pages and noticed the timeline was broken, I'd...
Posted: Jan 14 2007, 06:06 PM by Plip | with 2 comment(s)
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WebDD UK Community Event - 3rd February 2007
Back in December at DDD4 the new event just for web people was announced. The clock is ticking away and we're only 29 days away from the event now. As we're getting closer we're beggining to release more and more information, tonight the initial...
New Tech Podcast - 4 chaps from blighty
There's a band new podcast which is focusing on the UK Community, technology and speaking. http://www.4chapsfromblighty.com/ They've covered DDD4 in Episode two which is a great review. Have a listen, let the guys know what you think .
TIP: System.WebServer configuration section
You can fill in the System.WebServer section now on your ASP.NET 2.0 applications and deploy it to IIS 6 servers, where the section is deployed... So why is this cool? Well, you can deploy the same site to IIS 6 and IIS 7, and IIS 7 will take advantage...
TIP: Installing a VS.NET Service Pack
If you don't use C++, uninstall it from VS.NET, the Service Packs will take minutes as opposed to hours to install. Technorati Tags: ASPInsiders2006
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