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March 27, 2006

Put a face to that email

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Well, how about that? Have you ever wondered how that person you've emailed on the other side of the world look like? Well, now you can. This new website called email2face links emails with the owner's personal photo. Check it out:

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March 25, 2006

N-Tier Application Architecture

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Well, I just finished my N-Tier presentation and I can say it was the best presentation of all the 3 presentations I presented so far. The content was good, exciting, and cutting edge; and the crowd was the best I had. They laughed, and participated a lot. It was a very interactive session. It makes me really happy because a lot of the participants told me I did great job. As promised, below is the code and the presentation.

Download NTierApp.zip
Download developing_ntier_applications.pps

Happy Programming!

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Web Custom Server Controls

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I just finished my presentation on Web Custom Controls at the Orlando Code Camp and it went very well. I must say I wasn't the only one teaching or the only one learning. I was taught a few things about server controls and I always appreciate this.

As promised I'm posting the presentation as well as the code.

Download ServerControls.zip
Download custom_server_controls.pps

Happy programming!

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March 17, 2006

SQL Server 2000 and 2005 side by side continued

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The other day I discovered something really cool that I would like to share with the development community. If one of your worries of running MSSQL Server 2000 and 2005 side by side is having to work with 2 IDEs, then no worries no more. You can use the new SQL Server Management Studio to view MSSQL Server 2000 and 2005 servers in one place.Croppercapture3

Happy programming!

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