Speaking Next Week (Wednesday 6/25) At Microsoft Office in San Francisco


http://www.baadd.org/NET/tabid/56/Default.aspx June Meeting - Wednesday, June 25, 2008 Remember Our New Location:  835 Market Street, Suite 700. … Continue Reading

A Great 2 Day Silverlight Training Event with Michael Scherotter (AKA the Synergist)


Last month, Michael Scherotter, a Microsoft Developer Evangelist and Silverlight expert did a great 2 day even in San Francisco on Silverlight.  His aim was to focus on designer, but as a developer, I like to see how the other half thinks.  Seemed like about 30 people were there and I'd say everyone got good stuff from it.  I had never met Michael before but have been a regular reader of his blog.  One of the things I really liked was that Mike seemed to have a great handle from both the dev side (like me) and the designer side.    His focus was around Expression Blend 2.5 Turns out he is an real architect (builds buildings not code) by training and from what I know, that brings a discipline into design … Continue Reading

Microsoft TechEd 2008 Orlando MVP Community Meeting Place


This year I had the opportunity to work in the Microsoft MVP Community meeting place (next to the wireless community center) as a game show host, computer runner of the questions, general answer person as well as just hanging out with the gang.  I have to admit it was very fun.  Turns out I was much better at running the computer than being the game show host, but after 4 days this, I realized I had not hosted one game.  Today (Friday) things changed.  Just before leaving for the airport  I got my chance. Below are pictures taken by Terry showing my solo performance.  No one got any questions right.  We were forced into a tie breaker.  The first tie breaking question (what color was Spok's blood) was … Continue Reading

Creating a Theme For Each Year of Code Camp Using Skins in ASP.NETBuilding the New Code Camp Web Site (Part 3)


Article Series Article 1: Best Practices for Building an ASP.NET quality web site Article 2: Multi Level ASP.NET Menu with CSS Friendly Control Adapters Article 3: Creating a Theme For Each Year of Code Camp Using Skins in ASP.NET Article 4: Creating a Modal Login Window Using the Telerik Modal RadWindow Component Article 5: Using LINQ to Merge Mailing Lists and Filter Opt Outs Article 6: Multi Level ASP.NET Menu with CSS Friendly Control Adapters (The Source Code!) Introduction Creating themes for ASP.NET 2.0 is very easy if you follow the standard guidelines Microsoft gives us.  Microsoft … Continue Reading


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