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In a response to local company email about IE 8 RC, I took some time to write an email to the internal mailing lists of Raya about testing websites with different browser versions. I found it good to share with the blog readers here, and, I know the company policy in Raya emphasizes sharing knowledge and efforts with the community. Here is the email I sent: For developer and QA testing I highly recommend using IE Tester http://www.my-debugbar.com/... It enables testing the website against ...
On Saturday, I'll be speaking to a group of teachers about how I use the open source portal DotNetNuke in my class. The event takes place in San Antonio and is sponsored by the Computer Science Teachers Association. The Computer Science & Information Technology Symposium provides professional development opportunities for high school and middle school computer science and computer applications teachers who need practical, relevant information to help them prepare their students for the future. ...
I Support Learning Inc. has some new curriculum that is worth looking at if you are interested in updating your web design class curriculum. I have always been a fan of simulated learning and this product fits into that category. Students are interns for a company called Ingenious Student Labs. As interns, they are given the task of creating a video game for CarbonAde, a company that produces and promotes healthier drink choices. There are 7 Phases of learning that the student will follow. Phase ...
I've been teaching web design since 1994. My first class used notepad and wrote the html tags for the school website. Now there are several tools like Dreamweaver and Expression Web that can be used in class to make web design a fun task instead of a tedious one. I've been wondering for a long time now if I should still be teaching html to my students. Normally, I've used this site for the training and I only teach them how to add text, pictures and links using html. So what do you think? Is it worth ...
As a display of how non-creative I am, I redesigned timhibbard.com this weekend. The new master page concept with ASP .NET 2.0 is really cool. Using a master page, I linked the Where's Tim API to show data from Where's Tim on the top of each page. Using AjaxPro and a little JavaScript, it updates every 15 seconds. Other than that, it's pretty boring :) Technorati tags: ASP .NET, C#, timhibbard.com, Where's Tim, Web design, AjaxPro ...
Things have been a bit crazy the last couple of days (my wife is pregnant and there have been a few complications), but I wanted to share some links I've come across the last couple of days: Video - Visual Studio 2005 for Database Professionals (MS Channel 9) Implementing Role Based Security with ASP.NET using Windows Authentication and SQL Server (From ScottGu's Blog) Free web site templates - Open Source Web Designs Chris Technorati : .NET, ASP.NET, Database Professionals, Microsoft, Open Source, ...