I installed ASP.NET on our production server to get our website running against 1.1. No problems with the main app, the problem is with *my* weird site that I had setup to play with in class to demonstrate XSS attacks. I went to show how easy it is to send things like session data and the such, and the stupid ValidateRequest blocked my attempt. Argh :)
This week I'm teaching a three day ADO.NET course. Pretty good material, but probably should be 5 days based on the amount of practices and labs in the class. The gotcha is that some people had to cancel at the last minute, leaving me with only one student for three days! We already had his book and confirmed him, so the class must go on. Luckily, I've had the guy in class before and he's a fun guy, so the week shouldn't be too bad. Plus, I'm running the class off of VS.NET 2003 and seeing how things go.
In a couple of weeks I'm teaching course 1017 for a branch of the military. Course 1017 is "Mastering InterDev 6." It is a terrible course. Half of the book uses DTC, DHTML Page Scriplets, and VBScript on the client. Now the good thing about this class is that we do spend a good portion talking about writing COM DLLs and using COM+. But DTC and DHTML Page Scriptlets? Is there even an upgrade path for these things?
I'm afraid I might get tried for treason though for teaching these guys ASP full knowing ASP.NET is out there...