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Five Undiscovered Features on ASP.NET 2.0

Five Undiscovered Features on ASP.NET 2.0 By now, developers everywhere have had the opportunity to download the first beta of the Microsoft® .NET Framework 2.0. ASP.NET developers who have played with it are no doubt salivating at all the cool new features. From Master Pages to declarative data access to new controls to a new provider-based state management architecture, ASP.NET …

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Visual Studio 2002 SP 1

Download it here.http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=c41d8159-b42f-4d06-a797-e510494976ee&displaylang=en Here is a list of the changes and hotfixes included in the SP.http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;837234 Release Notes are here.http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=C64786BC-FC5D-46C8-9E2E-FCD3A79935D8&displaylang=en This download installs Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2002. Fixes in this Service Pack concern stability and security enhancements made in many areas of the product. A comprehensive list of hotfixes requested by customers since the release …

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And you thought ActiveX was bad… Here comes Java!

Firefox Spyware infects IE? The terror has come. Java Runtime Environment is now the target for spywares. It’s no more ActiveX. Read on to find out. <snip>What if there was an infection out there that could bypass Firefox and still get its grubby little paws on IE, and from there, the heart of your OS? What if that same infection …

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The Algorithm Structure Design Space in Parallel Programming

The Algorithm Structure Design Space in Parallel Programming The first phase of designing a parallel algorithm consists of analyzing the problem to identify exploitable concurrency, usually by using the patterns of the Finding Concurrency design space. The output from the Finding Concurrency design space is a decomposition of the problem into design elements: A task decomposition that identifies tasks that …

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More CSS?!? Oh no…

To re-iterate my growing love for CSS, here again are some links (some which I’ve posted before) to get good resources. Why tables for layout is stupid: problems defined, solutions offeredhttp://www.hotdesign.com/seybold/index.html css Zen Garden: The Beauty in CSS Designhttp://www.csszengarden.com/ css-discuss Wikihttp://css-discuss.incutio.com/The css-discuss Wiki is a companion to the CssDiscussList mailing list. meyerweb.comhttp://www.meyerweb.com/ A List Apart: Alternative Style: Working With Alternate …

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Cracking Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)

Cracking Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) Part 1 Cracking Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) Part 2 Good read. Don’t tell anyone I told you about this. Hee! Anyway it’s quite a difficult thing to understand unless you’ve done lots of packet h*cking before. Disclaimer:I’m not responsible for whatever damage might come from you learning from those links.

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The Wordlist Project

The Wordlist Project I won’t talk much about this. It’s just for my reference. Wonderful list. Fantastic for *ahem*. Enough said. Those of you who knows what to do with it, use it. Any other links to other similar sites would be much appreciated.

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Microsoft Learning 2nd Shot Exam Offer

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/mcp/offers/2ndshot/ Give yourself the best chance for success with an extra opportunity to pass any Microsoft IT Pro or Developer certification exam. Sign up now, and if you don’t pass the first time around you can retake it free.

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Website Statistics – AXS Visitor Tracking

AXS Visitor Tracking AXS records visits to your web page and processes those records into meaningful graphs and database listings. The scripts tell you where visitors are coming from, charts their flow through your site, and tells you which links they follow when leaving. In addition, the scripts record visitors’ server name, IP address, type of web browser, and time …

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ASP.NET and Struts: Web Application Architectures

ASP.NET and Struts: Web Application Architectures Summary:Learn about the similarities and differences between ASP.NET on the .NET Framework and Struts on Java 2 Enterprise Edition; and the features that each provides to solve common developer problems. Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of each, and the utility that they bring to next-generation Web development. My Take:Struts was the revolution in …

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