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ICaramba Miguel Castro's blog about .NET and its effect on National Security, the Eco-system, and his daughter's sleeping patterns. March 2006 Entries
Response from posting: A detail the Webcontrol books don't teach you
I while ago I posted the following posting: and it generated feedback that I thought was worth going over: Daryl wrote: I can't see how divs should be the default tag for composite controls. Conceivably, one could create a composite control consisting only of controls that are rendered as inline elements. The composite control could then be rendered inline as well. Making div the default tag would impose a layout constraint (divs are ......

Posted On Monday, March 20, 2006 8:20 AM

Spreading the Webcontrol Love !
I never thought I'd be happy to say, it's good to be back in NJ, but I think it's just good to be home again - for a while anyway. Oh wait, this posting is a few days late - I'm leaving again today ! Yikes ! I just got back from doing to three-city INETA tour in Austin, Pittsburgh, and Detroit. In the first and the last, I did what's kinda become my trademark talk, “Hitting the Ground Running with Custom Webcontrols”. As always, it was very well received in both places. I love doing this ......

Posted On Monday, March 20, 2006 8:11 AM

Free Microsoft Security event in NYC !!!
Secure software development is critical to Microsoft. As part of Microsoft’s security efforts, Microsoft IT developed SDL-IT, Secure Development Lifecycle for internal IT line of business applications. For over 4 years, we have been improving and building the process of reviewing LOB applications. Join us as we explain our process and see how you can put this best practice to work for your Enterprise. The workshop consists of two days. It covers Application Threat Modeling and secure application ......

Posted On Friday, March 10, 2006 7:41 AM

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