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Murray Gordon Flash a-ah! Savior of the universe... September 2006 Entries
AJAX - the what, the why, atlas, and the future
AJAXThough it’s simply a combination of relatively mature technologies, AJAX, or Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, is emerging as a popular industry solution that allows developers to combine existing web technologies to create highly interactive and responsive web interfaces. AJAX as a technology has been around for quite some time, it is the name that is new. Microsoft’s Outlook Web Access is a good example of the technology in use, before it had a name. The name AJAX was coined by Adaptive ......

Posted On Thursday, September 28, 2006 11:36 AM

Snippet Compiler - Awesome Tool! - must have for any .NET Developer
Awesome Tool! A must have for any .NET Developer! Snippet Compiler has been out for over 9 months. Great for providing example code to another developers. Very handy situations where you are quickly typing up a small amount of c# code and just want to do a quick compile to make sure it is syntactically correct.Shown below is a look at its UI. You can use it to compile small snippets of console, winforms, and ASP.NET applications. Of course, it is not intended for full fledge application development ......

Posted On Thursday, September 14, 2006 12:27 PM

Great link for "Mashup" creation tools
8 mashup creation tools If you are not sure what a “Mashup”, then here’s my little definition. Mashups are lightweight and agile in two important ways. They rely on services that live on the WS-Lite end of the tolerance continuum, where recombination seems almost effortless. And they rely on AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) techniques to make deployment of responsive and richly interactive interfaces seem almost effortless. Enjoy the tools. I know they made my lunch break ......

Posted On Thursday, September 14, 2006 7:14 AM

More on MOM
What MOM Can Do for You: • Essential Tools for MOM Administration The MOM 2005 Resource Kit was recently refreshed and some handy new tools were added. Here's a quick overview of some of the best utilities that will help you get a lot more out of MOM. • Unlocking the Mystery of WMI Events in MOM Virtually every noteworthy Windows event generates a WMI event. Find out how you can monitor WMI events with MOM to provide an even more powerful solution for systems management. • Integrating ......

Posted On Sunday, September 10, 2006 7:37 PM

System Management: Integrating MOM into Your Existing Infrastructure -- TechNet Magazine, September 2006

Great little article on Integrating MOM into your existing infrastructure.

Not too detailed, but enough to get you interested.

System Management: Integrating MOM into Your Existing Infrastructure -- TechNet Magazine, September 2006.

Posted On Sunday, September 10, 2006 7:34 PM

MSBUILD + MAGE.EXE = ClickOnce (Need some help... Experts welcome :-) )
If anyone has any experience with MSBUILD and Mage.exe to build ClickOnce projects, please let me know if you might be able to help. I used Mike Bouck’s blog on ClickOnce as a guide. (great post Mike) http://blog.gatosoft.com/Pe... I'm having a similar issue from this post in the Microsoft forums: http://forums.microsoft.com... I'm using mage.exe as a part of an MSBuild project. Here's the error I ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 6, 2006 8:36 AM

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