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Free Microsoft E-Learning
Steve Loethen, one of the Microsoft Developer Evangelist, has fixed the E-Learning code he had for free training. I would highly recommend you check it out to... There are a few WSS and a bunch of ASP.NET courses out there to pick from. Technorati tags: E-Learning, Free, Training, Microsoft ......

Posted On Friday, March 30, 2007 2:26 PM

Community Blog Homepage Ideas
*** Request For Participation *** As we are pushing the next version of closer to the door, I was wondering what features you would like to see on the main page of a community blog site? I have some ideas (including the removal of the green monster) but I would like to get your opinions on the topic. What I would like to see is a "portal"-style homepage that would allow readers to register with the site and customize what they would like to see. Also, since ASP.NET 2.0 has a great ......

Posted On Thursday, March 29, 2007 9:21 AM

SubText Conversion for is back in progress
Dru Sellers, one of our faithful bloggers, is working for AJI Software on the conversion to SubText again. We had to pull him away for a few months as he was working on a client project, but he is now dedicated to adding the features we need to SubText for a smooth migration with current functionality. Everyone wish Dru luck during the long days and nights he is pulling to get this site updated as soon as we can. One of the items I would like to change near the launch of the site is a new look and ......

Posted On Friday, March 23, 2007 6:30 AM

Disaster Hits Close To Home Again
This past week in Kansas and Missouri, we had some terrible storms with hail and tornados come through the area. In Olathe, we just had pea-sized hail and strong winds. About 40 miles south of us, a few tornados landed crossing the border into Missouri. My uncle, David Matthes, lost his entire house in a tornado as illustrated in Photos 1, 8, and 9. He told his wife, who works in Kansas City, to stay at the office as it was getting bad. Shortly after the call, he went downstairs and hid behind a ......

Posted On Friday, March 2, 2007 11:34 AM

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