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Sean Rhone
Just posted a new article on CodeProject about the new System.ComponentModel.DataA... dll added in SP 3.5.1. If you have not seen this yet it is a really cool set of attributes that allow you to add validation rules to properties as attributes. Check out the article and let me know what you think. Remember to vote! http://www.codeproject.com/... ......

Finally wrapped up the changes and bug fixes over the weekend for the VB.NET 3.6.3 version and Rocky Lhotka will be posting on his site shortly!

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Aug 09
Today I was assigned a a page to finish up for a internal ASP.NET 3.5 application and was working on editing records in the gridview. There are two LinkButtons named for edit and remove and when the user clicks edit button the record is suppose to populate in a form above the grid. Sounds easy enough except when I clicked the link and handled the event ......

I've only been at the new contract 6 weeks and I've already have them using NUnit, Lightweight Test Automation Framework, and today I got them to set up TeamCity!

Before I started they were not using any automated unit testing suite and no they joined the dark side :)



After my 3 1/2 month vacation (spelled laid off) I finally landed a new position, although it is only a four month contract. What worries me is that it has never taken more than a week or two to find a new position in the Charlotte, NC area so I started thinking about adding to my skill set. I would like to get into SharePoint development but it seems ......

Trying to make some use out of the extra time I have being unemployed I started playing with creating Extension methods which became available with .NET 3.0. Cool functionality when you want to add functionality without altering the original code. I posted an article out on Code Project (http://www.codeproject.com... ......

I unemployed right now so I'm stuck looking for a job and one of my weak points is I've never been good at interviewing. I always seem to flub some answer that I know but it never seems to come out right. So, I'm on this interview with a non-technical hiring manager (who somehow is development manager) and we are going over his list of questions and ......

I just found this framework last Friday and really wanted to pass it along to anyone else using ASP.NET. I have been using NUnit for a while now and really do love the fact of being able to write test and know before pushing out a dll that I haven't broken anything during my latest addition, but with ASP.NET there hasn't been (at least as far as I've ......

I recently convert a ASP.NET 1.1 web app to 2.0 and included MasterPages to define a consistent look, menu etc but ran into a problem with the <meta name="DownloadOptions" content="noopen"/> code. Our site allows users to export data to Excel and text files and also upload pictures and some other file types. Problem is you need to have the <meta ......

So, for the past 10 months I've been working in ASP.NET, which is a first for me I'm been a desk top / middle tier developer for 99% of my developer career and thing that I don't like about the current application I support is this calendar control we have. The developer before me created a small calendar control that the user click on a icon and the ......

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