November 2003 - Posts


XHTML and Accessibility in ASP.NET Whidbey by ScottGu

Folks on my team setup a good set of reviews for me last Friday to go over our final plans on Accessibility and XHTML compliance for ASP.NET Whidbey. I left the meetings feeling really good about where we'll end up when Whidbey ships. XHTML Compliance...

Performance Tuning and ASP.NET Whidbey by ScottGu

We are now in the final mini-milestone of Whidbey feature development -- which is the time when we start to really push hard on performance, even if it means cutting features to hit the necessary performance goals (which is one of the hardest things to...

ASP.NET Cross Page Postback to Different Applications Now Implemented by ScottGu

Paul raised some concerns ( ) about the inability to use the new ASP.NET Whidbey cross page postback functionality to pages that live on other servers and other applications. The good news is that it will...

Legomation and Stop Motion Videos built with Web Cams by ScottGu

I read an article in the November edition of Wired magazine on how you can build stop-motion animation films using Legos and fairly cheap Web Cams (many of which -- including the Logitech Quickcam -- come with built-in stop motion animation software)...

ASP.NET Whidbey Hands On Labs Online for Everyone by ScottGu

I just saw this post about the Hands On Labs (HOL) for PDC: Note that the ASP.NET Whidbey Hands On Labs for PDC are available for download now at the bottom of this page:

My PDC Keynote Demo by ScottGu

I was forwarded a few pictures from my PDC keynote demo today. Keynote demos are always “fun” events, and are great at creating a lot of stress in a compressed period of time. This year I did an ASP.NET and Visual Studio Whidbey demo, where...

Fun ASP.NET Whidbey Tip/Trick: DataBinding to Generics by ScottGu

One of the great new features in Whidbey are "Generics" -- which basically provide a mechanism that enables developers to build classes whose signature and internal datatypes can be templatized. For example, rather than use an ArrayList (which is a collection...
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