Geeks With Blogs
Running with Code Like scissors, only more dangerous March 2007 Entries
Loving Regular Expressions
I've always been a fan of using tools for certain tasks, especially if they help facilitate your learning of the underlying technology. That's actually how I got started with the web - I used a tool made available by AOL called AOLPress that ran on Windows 3.1 (I'm dating myself here) that was effectively a WYSIWYG HTML editor that also let you see the HTML as it was generated. I came across www.regular-expressions.info recently, and it was a useful site to have as a regex reference. It helped me ......

Posted On Friday, March 30, 2007 11:58 AM

ASP.NET 1.1 with VS 2005
Thank God I don't have to install Visual Studio 2003 onto Vista. Well, that may be a bit premature. I have to make sure that debugging and the like will still work. But I don't see why it wouldn't. So yes, it does turn out that you can work on .NET 1.1 projects in Visual Studio 2005 with a couple of project templates called "Everett Compiler". The Everett Compiler project templates include Console Application and Class Library templates that use a custom MSBuild .targets file that directs the compiler ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 27, 2007 11:59 AM

Architecting for Extensibility, Part 1
Recently my friend and co-worker Robert remarked about a project that he was rather disenfranchised at the amount of work he was putting into making sure that the project was modularized. Having independently studied software design practices, I was a bit dismayed at this, until he said it was more about this specific project than the practice of modularizing code. :) One of the projects that took up the majority of my development time when I was in college was actually a series of related smaller ......

Posted On Saturday, March 24, 2007 1:26 AM

Outlook 2007 and the Battle for Backgrounds, Part 1
As a web marketing firm, my company manages to generate quite a bit of e-mail for our clients (all opt-in, of course), and one of the ways that we do that is by templating out the entire HTML e-mail into a user control. The nice advantage to this is, of course, that we're able to pull in whatever kind of data we need and basically treat the e-mail like a page. Our production team can generate some really great artwork and layout, and up until this point it's worked great. They've been doing extensive ......

Posted On Thursday, March 22, 2007 12:51 PM

Introduction
My name is Rob, and I'm a Senior .NET Developer with Terralever, a leading marketing and interactive development firm located in Tempe, AZ. I have a wide range of interests, including but not limited to the Windows Presentation Foundation and Windows application development, rich web applications leveraging technologies such as AJAX, and, well, any number of other fascinating things I can do with C# and the .NET Framework that I couldn't even imagine happening only a few short years ago ......

Posted On Thursday, March 22, 2007 11:14 AM

Copyright © Robert Paveza | Powered by: GeeksWithBlogs.net