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The Future of GotDotNet Workspaces?
28 September 04 10:15 AM | Scott Mitchell
When .NET broke onto the scene, Microsoft created , 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...
Back from the Honeymoon
05 July 04 04:04 PM | Scott Mitchell
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...
I'll be Giving a User Group Talk on Feb. 17th
16 February 04 12:14 PM | Scott Mitchell
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...
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Managing an Open Source Project - More Challenging than I Thought!
12 November 03 09:21 PM | Scott Mitchell
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...
A Blog Feed ASP.NET Server Control
24 October 03 04:14 PM | Scott Mitchell
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...
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