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  • The Future of GotDotNet Workspaces?

    When .NET broke onto the scene, Microsoft created GotDotNet.com , which promised to be the end-all stop for .NET developers. Since its inception, it has served a lot of purposes: as a list of links to the latest .NET articles around the Web, a list of the CodeWise Community sites, blogs from Microsoftees...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 09-28-2004
  • Back from the Honeymoon

    My wife and I got back from our honeymoon this weekend. After 13 days of absolutely no computers, no cell phones, no email, and no Internet, I came home to 6,000+ spams. Joy. The trip was really enjoyable, neither of us had been out of the northwestern hemisphere, so our trip to Europe was most enjoyed...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 07-05-2004
  • I'll be Giving a User Group Talk on Feb. 17th

    If you live in Southern California, let me invite you to the February 17th San Diego ASP.NET Special Interest Group meeting. It starts at 6:30 pm, and I'll be giving a talk on consuming RSS with RssFeed and syndicating your Web site's content by creating an RSS feed. The meeting is free and meets at...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 02-16-2004
  • Managing an Open Source Project - More Challenging than I Thought!

    There are two open-source projects I manage on the GotDotNet Workspaces : skmMenu , an ASP.NET menu server control, and RssFeed , an ASP.NET server control for displaying RSS 2.0 feeds. RssFeed has not attracted much attention in the Workspaces, but skmMenu has over 15 members thanks in large part to...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 11-12-2003
  • A Blog Feed ASP.NET Server Control

    Decided it would be cool to create a blog feed ASP.NET server control, so I did. It's not yet 100% complete, still want to add a few miscellaneous features and true VS.NET Designer support, but that will come this weekend likely. The control caches the RSS feeds in the data cache for a developer-specified...
    Posted to Scott On Writing.NET (Weblog) by Scott Mitchell on 10-24-2003
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