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Name Mark A. Wilson
Location Charlotte, NC, USA
Bio Software craftsman, consultant and agile .NET/Java web developer. User group leader and event planner. Loving husband, dog foster, and Disney aficionado.

Mark's focus is on building software applications that help–not hinder–people. After all, computers are overly complicated and generally unfriendly enough. Let's strive to make things better.

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DeveloperInfra Seeking what it takes to enable software development. May 2009 Entries
Congratulations WNC .NET Developers Guild
Hearty congratulations go out to Dave Kolb and everyone at the WNC .NET Developers Guild. They are celebrating their first anniversary tonight! Happy Birthday Dave! The WNC .NET Developers Guild is an independent, all volunteer organization, dedicated to promoting Microsoft .NET technology and education to the software developer community of Asheville, NC and the surrounding areas. Meeting on the second Tuesday of every month, Dave has had a very impressive start over the past twelve months. Their ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 12, 2009 8:19 PM

Basic HttpWebRequest/Response
A friend recently asked how do you make a call to a web page via code. For example, the web page might be designed to return some data in a text-based format and filtered by query string parameters. (While this is more commonly done using a web service, it can also be accomplished by controlling the output of the HttpResponse object.) The following is a basic demonstration of how you might go about coding this in Visual C#: 1: /// <summary> 2: /// Makes a request to a Uniform Resource Identifier ......

Posted On Sunday, May 10, 2009 10:03 PM

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