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Weekend Linkage
I wanted to direct everyone to some links that came up over the weekend. The first is a link from Scott Gu's blog. SSW has released some pretty extensive coding standards. Check them out here. I consider myself a good developer, but I know I have a lot to learn, as does a good portion of the industry. Second, there has been some news about Microsoft releasing their internal documentation compiler, Sandcastle. Check out their MSDN Blog and download the first CTP. Also, I'm working on a test skin for ......

Posted On Monday, July 31, 2006 4:37 AM

Linkage
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, ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 26, 2006 12:19 PM

DNN Project Status
So I've been fooling around with DNN for a few days now. Overall I'm very impressed with the product. Like anything else, it has its limitations, but at least I can change things if I need to which I wouldn't have with a lot of other products. However, one of the things that I've found troubling is the lack of documentation. I'm depending on the events module very heavily and there is no documentation that I can find that explains how to use the module. I poked around with the module settings enough ......

Posted On Tuesday, July 18, 2006 12:05 PM

SQL Server Tip - updating data from disparate databases
I'm not a DTS wizard by any means. I don't use it a whole lot, and always consider writing a program to move data around instead (Although I rarely do since DTS is usually quicker and can be set up pretty quickly) since I don't find it very intuitive. When I needed to move a list of users from one database to another, either inserting if they didn't exist, or updating information if they did, I wanted to see if DTS had a simple solution. Now I had to do a lot of searching online before I figured ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 12, 2006 1:46 PM

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