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ASP.NET Oct 2002

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Current Entries

Articles that match the contest criteria are automatically entered. The top 15 entries are shown.

10 Oct 2002
Matt Foley
Ten very useful tips to use with IIS
4 Oct 2002
Shaun Wilde
An article on how to actually support data binding in your WebControl such that you can manipulate them in the Properties window.
8 May 2003
DFU23
OOP Minesweeper on a web page.
3 Jan 2003
Paul Riley
Everything you ever wanted to know about ASP.NET Cookies but were too afraid to ask.
3 Jan 2003
blong
How to build a chart control with full design-time support.
24 Oct 2002
Paul Watson
A DHTML menu illustrating seperation of structure, presentation and function
4 Oct 2002
JediBaron
Fully customizable and fast site hit counter with multiple counters supported and done without using cookies or any extra files or settings!
12 Oct 2002
Erik Westermann
Sample chapter from Learn XML In A Weekend by Erik Westermann
31 Oct 2002
ian mariano
A narrative article demonstrating creation of a .NET distributed web application through hand-coding using best practices.
22 Oct 2002
Peter Moss
Meeting Bingo is a simple DHTML application that lets you play bingo while wasting away countless hours in those marketing presentations. It features DHTML, JScript and the MSXML DOM.
28 Oct 2002
Zek3vil
A simple way to make a transparent pop-up link with description.
10 Oct 2002
Srinivas Chintakindi
An article on how to create a formatted MS-Excel sheet using ASP
13 Nov 2002
Zek3vil
Create a menu which looks like Windows XP PanelBar
21 Oct 2002
James Coleman
Allows Forms-based authentication to work on non-parsed files such as images.
30 Sep 2002
John John
See how CSS and JavaScript can be used to change the opacity of images.

Current Participants

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

Shaun Wilde
Software Developer (Senior) MYOB
Australia Australia
All articles are supplied as-is, as a howto on a particular task that worked for me in the past. None of the articles are supposed to be out-of-the-box freeware controls and nor should they be treated as such. Caveat emptor.

Now living and working in Australia, trying to be involved in the local .NET and Agile communities when I can.

I spend a good chunk of my spare time building OpenCover and maintaining PartCover both of which are Code Coverage utilities for .NET.
DFU23
Web Developer
United States United States
Born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.

Majored in Information Science at Christopher Newport University and now I design/program web applications for a living.

I'm an avid fan of the W3C web standards and would love to see them used to their full potential and make the web a better place for both surfers and developers.
blong
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
Erik Westermann
Software Developer (Senior) erikwestermann.com
Canada Canada
Erik is a senior developer-writer with more than 14 years professional programming experience designing and developing large scale database and Internet-centric applications for organizations including MSN.ca, ADP, Nortel, lemontonic.com, EDS, Merrill Lynch, ePost, CIBC, TD Securities, IBC, CIHI, InnovaPost, etc.

Erik has been specializing in BizTalk Server-based solutions for five contiguous years to date. His experience includes many SOA and ESB-style applications using technologies like Commerce Server, SharePoint, ASP.NET and advanced .NET Framework.
ian mariano
Chief Technology Officer
United States United States
20+ years as a strategist at the intersection of business, design and technology.
James Coleman
Technical Lead Independent Consultant
United States United States
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J A M E S C O L E M A N
Director, Technical Services
Linked-In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jameswcoleman
Blog: ledtalks.wordpress.com
JediBaron
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
John John
United States United States
No Biography provided
Matt Foley
United States United States
No Biography provided
Paul Riley
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Paul lives in the heart of En a backwater village in the middle of England. Since writing his first Hello World on an Oric 1 in 1980, Paul has become a programming addict, got married and lost most of his hair (these events may or may not be related in any number of ways).

Since writing the above, Paul got divorced and moved to London. His hair never grew back.

Paul's ambition in life is to be the scary old guy whose house kids dare not approach except at halloween.
Paul Watson
Web Developer TSSG
Ireland Ireland
Paul is an internet developer living in Dublin, Ireland though home is still South Africa.

He believes in self-taught programming skills, standards based thinking and in the power of the common man.

Oh, and he loves photography. Make sure you don't get caught in the corner of a party when he has that photographic gleam in his eye. And if you were wondering about that bed-head photograph, wonder no longer...
Peter Moss
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
Srinivas Chintakindi
Web Developer
India India
Hi All, I am having around 6+ years of Software Development Experience completely in Microsoft Technologies. With the initial background of ASP,VB I have strengthened my skillset with DotNet and SharePoint Technologies. I do have passion for work in latest technologies
Zek3vil
Singapore Singapore
No Biography provided
 
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