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ASP.NET May 2005

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Current Entries

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9 Sep 2005
SoftWidgets
In just a few minutes, predefined templates, containing formatted sheets and charts, can be generated from any database using simple SQL statements, macros and/or custom C# or VB.NET snap-ins. Generated files can be distributed to a file server or as an email attachment. Usually, no coding is needed
22 May 2005
William L. Bain
ScaleOut StateServer boosts server farm performance and offloads database servers by hosting ASP.NET session-state and other workload data directly on the farm using distributed, in-memory storage.
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28 Jun 2005
Daniel Cazzulino [XML MVP]
An in-depth exploration of the features and the power of .NET Component Model architecture, its integration with the IDE at design-time and the possiblities it opens through extensions at run-time.
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28 May 2005
volkan.ozcelik
In this article, we will try to generate a draggable DHTML layer that loads data from an external URL via XMLHTTP connection. The code will be object oriented, cross-browser compatible, and relatively cutting-edge.
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24 Jun 2005
Lowell Heddings
A direct port of the Code Project Search Bar, but for Firefox instead of IE.
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5 May 2006
brian dunnington
Provides ComboBox functionality for your ASP.NET web pages, just like the ComboBox so common in WinForms. Now with auto-fill support as well.
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5 May 2005
Michael Groeger
Visual Studio .NET already brings us a lot of wizards, to help us create skeleton classes and projects. Developers can extend these templates and even change the existing ones.
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3 May 2005
Marc Clifton
Declarative programming of Property Events
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9 Jun 2005
luo31
The enhanced CHtmlView class handles the HTML element event and exchanges data in the view.
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17 May 2005
Javier Lozano
This article shows you how to use async handlers along with XMLHTTP to process long executing tasks in ASP.NET.
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15 May 2005
Klaus Salchner (Canada)
Microsoft Indexing Server is a powerful indexing and search engine for your web or file search. This article explains how to set up Indexing Server and how to search its index from within your application.
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31 May 2005
Thomas Kurek
With only two lines of code (no joking) keep your session alive as long as the user stays on your site.
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23 May 2005
Ameen AboDabash
Vertical/horizontal Marquee Web Custom Control consuming SQL Server DB/XML, with great design time attributes.
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5 May 2005
Syed Adnan Ahmed
If you develop web applications with Microsoft® ASP.NET and have the need to secure your site from unauthorized access, you have surely investigated the various authentication and authorization techniques that ASP.NET 1.x enables. This article discusses how to use Microsoft Active Directory Services
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1 Jul 2005
subdigital
Apply a String.Format pattern to control building of separate HTML from private controls.
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1 Jun 2005
Jay Kulaindevelu
An article on multiple column dropdownlists for the ASP.NET DataGrid.
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13 May 2005
CodeBureau - Matt Simner
A variety of new and used Internet explorer extensions available from a 'right click'
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6 May 2005
Hernan Molina
This article resolves how to manage RadioButtons on the DataGrid.
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30 Jun 2005
Sergio Pereira
A simple utility to provide remote, organized access to the system Event Log messages.
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28 May 2005
Kareem Shaker
Master Pages is a great addition to ASP.NET 2.0. It's so important for templatizing your website, you will learn how to create master pages and content pages, with one simple example and some useful tips.
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5 May 2005
Thomas Kurek
You can find fragments about nesting Repeaters online, but these methods demystify this elusive .NET control.
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30 May 2005
Ameen AboDabash
Create simple ASP.NET Progress Bar Web control, and download example ZIP file.
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31 May 2005
i386.com
Using .NET's System.Globalization class for retrieving month names in forgein lanaguages, and the DateTimeFormatInfo for keeping your dates the correct way around.
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14 May 2005
kenshiro7
RSS aggregator in tool bar of IE/Explorer.
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21 May 2005
Ameen AboDabash
Integrated online quiz app with graphical score report. Users can bookmark questions in order to review in the end.
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11 May 2005
Trenton Moss
A website is like an information flow, with you as the provider and your site visitors as the receivers of the information. If you don't plan your website with this in mind, you could find yourself with a brand new website that solves all your immediate needs... but not those of your site visitors.
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8 May 2005
Tulasi Guraja
An article to find the performance of a Web Service, using NetMon tool provided by Microsoft
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22 Sep 2005
Krishna_accent
ASP.NET dynamic XML web menu control based on JavaScript.
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11 May 2005
Trenton Moss
The needs of screen magnifier users are overlooked when implementing web accessibility on to websites. Some of the basic principles for improving accessibility and usability for screen magnifiers users, also increase usability for everyone. Listed are six ways to improve accessibility and usability.
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1 Jun 2005
Sergio Pereira
A web control that displays the icon image currently associated with a given file or file extension.
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21 May 2005
Ameen AboDabash
This project is established for helping students to make registration easily. It also simplifies this process for both students and employees and prevent usual problems the Credit Hours System faces.
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9 May 2005
Ting Huang
This is an application deployment system for ASP.NET, including code-based or non-code publishing of DEV to QA, QA to Staging and Staging to Production. Asynchronous technique is used in this project to handle long-running processes such as file copy, status update and application warm-up.
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11 May 2005
Trenton Moss
As soon as new site visitors arrive at your website the first thing they need to know, before anything else, is what you do. This oh-so-overlooked yet such basic of information can be communicated to your site visitors in a number of different ways.
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9 May 2005
micahbowerbank
This is a fully contained control that when used will give the designer a strip of letters representing entries starting with a certain letter. The characters that are found become hyperlinks. This control has a custom event handler for discovering which letter was clicked.
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18 May 2005
S Sansanwal
This article describes the function to post XML data to an ASP.NET page and then read the data on an ASP.NET page
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20 May 2005
zhengdong jin
It's very easy to use and the most conventient DataGrid pager control.
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1 May 2005
santosh poojari
This article illustrates how to log your Exception into trace.log file using Enterprise Library of .NET Framework.
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2 May 2005
vivekthangaswamy
This article will teach you how to develop a website with ad management system.
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11 May 2005
Trenton Moss
How to build up links to your website.
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9 May 2005
micahbowerbank
This is a fully contained image button control that when used will give the designer clean tri-state rollover. This control also contains an optional confirm pop-up, alt tag and disabled state. This control can act as a simple link (direct to new page) or use its custom event to initiate a postback.
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22 Sep 2005
ashish_patil++
ASPSlider is a highly customizable easy to use slider controlslider control implemented in ASP.NET.
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13 Jun 2005
User 753751
Describes the steps and wiring required to add customized buttons in web application DataGrids.
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6 Jun 2005
Het2109
A simple and easy-to-understand project on how to configure Web Service calls from client applications at runtime.
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6 Jun 2013
Naveen Karamchetti
An article on querying a SharePoint Portal Server (SPPS) Index using a WebDAV request.
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19 May 2005
zhengdong jin
This C# web control is used to configure data connection for a web site.
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5 May 2005
santosh poojari
This article explains how one can trap exceptions in an application. This layer helps to determine from which layer, module and source an exception has occurred.

Current Participants

Those with articles that match the contest criteria are automatically entered.

Ameen AboDabash
Team Leader
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
No Biography provided
ashish_patil++
Web Developer
India India
Ashish is an Electronics Engineer. He loves computers and programming, and always tries to do something different. Ashish started his programming career with FoxPro 2.5 (6 years ago) .Ashish has programmed in number of languages including C\C++ , Tcl\Tk , Assembly Language , JavaScript. Currently he works with ASP.NET, C# and VB.NET. He is currently working in multinational consulting company in India.

He devotes much of his free time to his website: http://ashishware.com , which contains lot of cool stuff on webdevelopment and programing in general.
Bill Pierce
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
No Biography provided
brian dunnington
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
CodeBureau - Matt Simner
Software Developer (Senior) Codebureau
Australia Australia
Started with COBOL/CICS/DB2 - ended up with C#/ASP.NET. I'm a half-geek (or so my wife tells me!)
Daniel Cazzulino [XML MVP]
Software Developer (Senior)
Argentina Argentina
Hernan Molina
Web Developer
Argentina Argentina
My name is Hernan Molina. I'm a software developer from Buenos Aires, Argentina and I have been working in different IT projects for 7 years now. I'm also a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer in .NET. I'm interesting in everything related to .NET technology.
Het2109
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
i386.com
Software Developer (Senior)
Austria Austria
Programmer, Cook, Photographer I guess that's me.

http://www.i386.com

http://blog.glyons.at
Javier Lozano
Web Developer
United States United States
Javier is a consultant specializing in ASP.NET, system architecture, and training. He's also a MCSD .NET and a co-founder of the Iowa DotNET Users Group. Recently, Javier was awarded the Visual Developer ASP.NET MVP award from Microsoft.

On his blog you can find posts on ASP.NET, architecture, design patterns, XML and just recently, Indigo. Javier enjoys giving back to the community by speaking at user groups, local/regional .NET events, being active in forums and by writing articles for Code Project.

In his spare time, Javier enjoys spending time with his wife, newborn son, two golden retrievers and writing about himself in third person.

Click here to read Javier's blog.
Jay Kulaindevelu
Web Developer
United States United States
I'm a .Net Programmer/Web Developer, mostly working on ASP.Net C# and VB.Net,Oracle,SQL server 2000.
jqd2001
Web Developer
United States United States
I am a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD), currently focusing on using .Net Framework to develop Business Solutions. I am mostly language neutral. I have used C, C++, ATL, MFC, VB.Net, C#, VB 6, PL/SQL, Transact SQL, ASP, Fortran, etc.
Kareem Shaker
Architect
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Kareem Shaker is a .NET Architect , He's been working with VC++ and VB since version 4.0 ; Kareem has been working on design and development of many business applications , And he's now spending most of his time working with .NET Framework 1.x and 2.0 using both VB.NET and C# , Kareem has been giving some technical sessions targeted to .NET technologies, One of the technolgoies that I have passion to is EAI, I spend most of my times working on BizTalk Server 2006, I like to share knowledge and to interact with geeks around, Blogging is one of my hobbies, my blog is http://CairoCafe.Blogspot.com
kenshiro7
Web Developer
Japan Japan
No Biography provided
Klaus Salchner (Canada)
Chief Technology Officer
Canada Canada
Experienced technology leader who is passionate about building cloud and enterprise based products. Building an innovative and modern cloud product is a people business which requires to assemble a team of passionate and continuously improving technologists, establishing a vision and framework to buy into, and then let your team execute and drive that product vision. Ship frequently, build a strong feedback loop with your customers and partners and continuously iterate till you get it right.

I am a seasoned executive which has more then twenty-five years of experience running product development organizations around the globe. Has managed multimillion dollar budgets, experience with outsourcing and off-shoring in India and Vietnam for more than ten years, and experience in the Microsoft and Java/J2EE platform. Managed many initiatives across organizational boundaries and has often been called upon by the CEO, COO or SVP to manage teams, projects or systems from crisis to success. Proven track record to deliver world class enterprise software deployed behind the firewall and in the Cloud by large customers like IBM, HP, US Navy, US Army, Department of Defence, Lockheed Martin, Boeing and many more. Delivered software translated into more than thirty languages, deployed by more than 50% of the Fortune 100 companies and used by more than twenty million users in more than 1300 companies. Has run multiple Cloud operations with uptime SLA’s of four nines. Delivered numerous innovations which resulted in millions of dollar revenue and has been featured in several case studies by Microsoft. Active contributor in the online technical community.

You can read more about the four Product leadership experiences which I have demonstrated over my career and which I deeply care about at my LinkedIn profile
Krishna_accent
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Software Engineer from India,Working in .NET for 2 years.
Lowell Heddings
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
luo31
Web Developer
China China
If your chinese is good,pls visit my website:http://blog.mvpcn.net/luo31/.
Marc Clifton
Architect Interacx
United States United States
Blog: https://marcclifton.wordpress.com/
Home Page: http://www.marcclifton.com
Research: http://www.higherorderprogramming.com/
GitHub: https://github.com/cliftonm

All my life I have been passionate about architecture / software design, as this is the cornerstone to a maintainable and extensible application. As such, I have enjoyed exploring some crazy ideas and discovering that they are not so crazy after all. I also love writing about my ideas and seeing the community response. As a consultant, I've enjoyed working in a wide range of industries such as aerospace, boatyard management, remote sensing, emergency services / data management, and casino operations. I've done a variety of pro-bono work non-profit organizations related to nature conservancy, drug recovery and women's health.
mehrcpp
Canada Canada
No Biography provided
micahbowerbank
Web Developer
Canada Canada
No Biography provided
Michael Groeger
Web Developer Groeger Consulting
Germany Germany
Michael Groeger started .NET early 2001 when it was revealed at the Technical Summit in Neuss, Germany. Before that he was developing mostly using Visual C++ 6 on Windows Platforms or with vi/gc++ on several Unix derivates.

Since 2004 Michael Groeger settled off as freelancer and is focused on projects in the financial and insurance sector.
Naveen Karamchetti
Architect AT&T Wi-Fi Services
United States United States
Naveen has done his Masters (M.S.) in Computer science, has started his career programming the mainframes and now has more than a decade of programming, development and design experience. Naveen has a sharp eye and keen observation skills. Naveen has worked for several companies and strived hard to build large scale business applications and bringing better solutions to the table.
Quite recently Naveen has built a fairly complex integration platform for a large bank. His hobbies include training, mentoring and research. Naveen spends his free time visiting National Parks nationwide.

Naveen has developed the BizTalk Control Center (BCC)
http://biztalkcontrolcenter.codeplex.com
S Sansanwal
Architect
Australia Australia
No Biography provided
santosh poojari
Technical Lead
Australia Australia
Whatsup-->Exploring--> MVC/HTML5/Javascript & Virtualization.......!
www.santoshpoojari.blogspot.com
Sergio Pereira
United States United States
Sergio Pereira is a senior software developer and architect. He currently makes his services available throughout Chicago and suburbs. Sergio has always made himself proficient in mainstream Microsoft technologies and has a deep interest in emerging technologies and the software life cycle aspect of development.
Feel free to contact Sergio at sergio_pereira(AT)msn(dot)com.
SoftWidgets
United States United States
SoftWidgets is a Connecticut based supplier of high-end software and design services for the Enterprise Application Integration and Business Intelligence markets. SoftWidgets innovative utilities are designed to tackle the most demanding back-office mission-critical tasks without the complexity and cost associated with the big vendors.
Group type: Organisation

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subdigital
Web Developer
United States United States
Ben Scheirman is a professional web developer providing enterprise level ASP.NET solutions.

He started programming in QBASIC in 1993, learning from examples downloaded online. He migrated to Pascal in 1996, C/C++ ruled his spare time during the late 90's, and for the past 2 years he has been developing using C# & VB.NET.

He enjoys programming in his spare time, especially toying around with Managed DirectX.

Read his blog here
Syed Adnan Ahmed
Architect Version 1
Ireland Ireland
Adnan Ahmed is SharePoint Architect in Version 1(http://www.version1.com), the IT Consulting Company in Ireland and has involved with many large enterprises to help them realise real benefits of SharePoint 2007|2010.

SharePoint Architect | Blogger | IT Evangelist | MCPD SharePoint 2010 Developer| MCITP SharePoint Administrator 2010

Email: adnan.ahmed@live.ie
Owner: http://www.mossgurus.com
http://www.sp-blogs.com
Linked In Profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/syedadnanahmed

My Blogs:
http://www.sp-blogs.com/blogs/adnan
Taha Elsayed
Architect http://www.integrant.com/
United States United States
Senior Development Manager, with 11 years of experience. Focused on design/developing/delivery B/OSS modules to satisfy customer/business requirements in accordance to TM Forum's TAM/SID framework. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, flexibility, ability to adjust to new people and situations, strong problem solving skills and willing to work effectively and efficiently. Gained additional leadership skills such as: - High effective mentorship and coaching - Clearly communication and solutions sharing with my team - Decision making
Thomas Kurek
Web Developer
United States United States
Broad engineering background, Virginia Tech Alum. Attracted to .NET by the sheer power of the framework and elegance of c#. Work includes analytical system to calculate joint torque during balance recovery to recommend physical therapy routines and correct bad biomechanics (preventative medicine). Assimilated force plate and 3D kinematic data for modeling. First and sole developer ever to fully automate corporate housing quotes, which I built into a larger engine that serves the company's entire enterprise.

Experience with applications architecture, DB design and UML 2.0. Experience with a broad range of applied mathematics, FEM software coding, solid and fluid mechanics. Great knowledge of healthcare and physiology with degree in Mechanical/Electrical/Materials Engineering Theory (Engineering Science and Mechanics) and concentration in biomechanics.

Currently expanding my corporate housing business engine by day. By night I am expanding my software engineering design and construction knowledge, staying in touch with the direction of healthcare management systems, and moving music business technology forward. Microsoft is now working on blowing iTunes out of the water, but my business is making an even bigger revolution that is far beyond just music retail. It strikes at the heart of the music industry's issues, and perhaps we will consider partnering with Microsoft to feed their music retail goals while they feed our music licensing, publishing, and digital decentralization of distribution.

I am the Enterprise Architect at my company and maintain a small but powerful and effective team. I have personally customized CxOne from construx (www.construx.com) for this team. Long live Steve McConnell.
Ting Huang
United States United States
Currently playing Wii...Just love it!
Trenton Moss
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Trenton Moss is crazy about usability and accessibility - so crazy that he founded Webcredible, an industry leading user experience consultancy, to help make the Internet a better place for everyone. He's very good at information architecture and interaction design.
Tulasi Guraja
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
User 753751
Web Developer
Canada Canada
No Biography provided
vivekthangaswamy
Chief Technology Officer at Zealots
Australia Australia
No Biography provided
volkan.ozcelik
Web Developer
Turkey Turkey
Volkan is a java enterprise architect who left his full-time senior developer position to venture his ideas and dreams. He codes C# as a hobby, trying to combine the .Net concept with his Java and J2EE know-how. He also works as a freelance web application developer/designer.

Volkan is especially interested in database oriented content management systems, web design and development, web standards, usability and accessibility.

He was born on May '79. He has graduated from one of the most reputable universities of his country (i.e. Bogazici University) in 2003 as a Communication Engineer. He also has earned his Master of Business Administration degree from a second university in 2006.
William L. Bain
Web Developer
United States United States
ScaleOut Software develops software products that provide scalable, highly available distributed caching for server farms. It has offices in Bellevue Washington and Beaverton, Oregon. The company was founded by Dr. William L. Bain, whose previous company, Valence Research, developed and distributed Web load-balancing software that was acquired by Microsoft Corporation and is now called Network Load Balancing within the Windows Server operating system.
zhengdong jin
Web Developer
China China
No Biography provided
 
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