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No Fun Intended Shoo! You are debugging the crap outta me! October 2005 Entries
Speakers for ETNUG
I am trying to schedule speakers for the Knoxville .NET User's Group for 2006. If anyone is interested in speaking over the next couple of months, shoot me an email here. We are still looking for a speaker this month also. It may appear that I am a lazy no-good-for-nothing for waiting until the last second but I have been trying. I may in fact be just that but I am still new at this.

Posted On Monday, October 31, 2005 4:40 PM

MasterPages Dynamic Script Include
I had a bit of trouble figuring this one out. I needed to include a script in a MasterPage dynamically based on the url/path of the current page. Eventually, I found the ClientScriptManager.Registe... method. Here is a short snippet: if (Request.RawUrl.ToLower().I... > 0){ cs.RegisterClientScriptIncl... "../../Scripts/ClientScript... } else if (Request.RawUrl.ToLower().I... > 0) { cs.RegisterClientScriptIncl... ......

Posted On Monday, October 31, 2005 3:55 AM

Microsoft vs. Google
Unless you have been hiding under a rock you have seen the numerous articles out there pitting Microsoft against Google. A think a lot of the fools buying this bunch of crap are Microsoft haters still lamenting the downfall of Netscape and still wondering why Apple isn't the corporate desktop standard. I know rich web apps, software as a service, and open source is a threat to Microsoft's current marketshare but Office, Windows, IE, SQL Server, Visual Studio, etc, etc, etc are safe for a very long ......

Posted On Monday, October 24, 2005 6:14 PM

Talking Smack on Halo

This is one of the best Halo videos I have ran across. It teaches you how to talk smack. The 'dry humping' was especially hilarious. Enjoy

Posted On Monday, October 24, 2005 5:46 PM

How much is your blog worth?
I found this little cool thingy to calculate the value of your blog. I am unsure of how accurate the calculation is worth but here it is. My blog is worth $11,290.80.How much is your blog worth ......

Posted On Monday, October 24, 2005 5:41 PM

Held Accountable for Secure Code?
I was a bit alarmed by this little jewel from former White House CyberSecurity Advisor Howard Schmidt: Hold Developers Liable for Flaws. However, a bit later, I found this: Hold Developers Accountable, Not Liable. What a schmuck! There is no way I would ever agree to be held liable unless I owned the project, the budget, and could control all inputs and outputs. I have to wonder if the backreeling was from Schmidt, a known idiot, or from ZDNet. If from Schmidt, well, that doesn't say much about his ......

Posted On Thursday, October 20, 2005 3:26 AM

Open Source Intimidation
I was chatting with former NTeam-er Jonas Antonsson a few weeks ago and the topic of why finding developers for open source projects is so difficult. I guess finding those interested is relatively simple but actually getting contributions is the difficult part. Of the 50 that signed up for NTeam, only eight that I can count have contributed. This struck me as very strange and I mentioned it to Jonas and his response was that most developers are intimidated by the complexities of open source projects. ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 19, 2005 6:08 PM

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