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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. November 2006 Entries
Sad event
Always a sad thing when something likes this happens, but given the direct and indirect connection shared by everyone in the Microsoft developers community, this hits close to home. My prayers go out to the family and friends of Eric Jacobs, 31, and Josh Trainor, 23 from Des Moines, Iowa ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 29, 2006 8:09 PM

Great first CLSA Class !!!
Well, for the past 6 weeks, I've been preparing to teach a class based on Rocky Lhotka's famous CSLA framework. On Wed. Nov. 22 at around 3:30pm, the moment I have been waiting for finally arrived - the beta class was over. Now before this is misinterpreted as a negative statement, let me say this: it was awesome. I thouroughly enjoyed teaching this class and using this framework. Rocky has done a tremendous job with this and deserves major kudos. With Rocky's support and help, Mark Dunn and I will ......

Posted On Monday, November 27, 2006 7:55 PM

Little problem with Atlas UpdatePanel control
For those of you who have used the Microsoft Ajax Framework (Atlas), then you know that the UpdatePanel control is probably one of the more important new additions to ASP.NET development. Anything you place inside of it becomes "ajaxified". Unfortunately, I found a little problem when a link or button that resides inside an UpdatePanel tries to "Redirect" out to another page - the error is rather ugly. After Googling a bit, I found others have had this problem and a fix was mentioned. I was happy ......

Posted On Thursday, November 16, 2006 4:49 PM

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