Video: Scott Guthrie - Talking ASP.NET and IIS 7.0
via Channel 9
Hate the fact that I'm usually too impatient to wait for a > 100 MB download. Yes, I could try streaming, but I won't ;-)
Attended a Scott Guthrie
presentation of ASP.NET 2.0 last year in Copenhagen. Loved it (the presentation).
.NET Zip Library #ziplib (SharpZipLib)
: "The Zip, GZip, BZip2 and Tar Implementation For .NET"Darren Neimke
has an example (note the comment(s)) of using it here
At Scott Hanselman's Weblog you can find two sets of questions he believes to be common knowledge for any decent .NET developer.The first set has some general questions for any ASP.NET developer.The second set is insane. Plain nuts, if you ask me, but somehow I still agree with him. From a personal perspective I don't know the answers to half of these questions (as I write this), but I can see why I should.So I've decided to spend more time investigating what goes on "behind the scenes" of whatever ......
Microsoft Win32 to Microsoft .NET Framework API Map
is a very useful resource if you need to fiddle with specific Win32 features from .NET ...
This is something I've been looking for for a while - a programmable RSS 2.0 Framework
in C# complete with Design support, full source code and so on...
After having messed about with consuming feeds on my own (in ASP.NET code), I found this page: RSS 2.0 specification
via Stefan Gossner (M C M S G O D ;-)
that explains the basics of RSS in a really good and understandable way. So there, I am now fluent in RSS... Or something...
Your Dominant Intelligence is Linguistic Intelligence You are excellent with words and language. You explain yourself well. An elegant speaker, you can converse well with anyone on the fly. You are also good at remembering information and convicing someone of your point of view. A master of creative phrasing and unique words, you enjoy expanding your vocabulary. You would make a fantastic poet, journalist, writer, teacher, lawyer, politician, or translator. What Kind of Intelligence Do You Have ......
MSDN Home > ASP.NET Developer Center > Support > Multimedia
: "See how to maximize your business potential with Microsoft solutions. This series of presentations by Jeff Prosise of Wintellect introduces you to many of the new features of ASP.NET 2.0."
A bunch of great links in just one page - goody!
Channel9 Forums and .NET Rocks! hosted by MSDN
are great sites - if you have bandwidth, that is ;-)
Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability: "This guide provides end-to-end guidance for managing performance and scalability throughout your application life cycle to reduce risk and lower total cost of ownership. It provides a framework that organizes performance into a handful of prioritized categories where your choices heavily impact performance and scalability success. The logical units of the framework help integrate performance throughout your application life cycle. Information ......
The .NET Show: Introduction to Visual Studio 2005
As you may have guessed, I'm planning on taking a deeper look at ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio.NET 2005 (already downloaded both betas, just never got any further)...
Found A Discussion with Jakob Nielsen and Vincent Flanders
from CIO Magazine (it's from 2001), and deals with the basics of web design.
Jakob Nielsen is a very well known web design specialist, and Vincent Flanders is founder of webpagesthatsuck.com...
Pre-weekend news-"parsing" led me to this Bastard Operator From Hell (BOFH) tale: BOFH: Might as well face it, you're addicted to smut
This guy's got balls... ;-)
Just discovered an excellent resource on W3C
- when looking for tips on URL rewriting, I stumbled upon this article on URI "naming"
, which led me to the Tips page: W3C QA - Quality Tips for Webmasters