Sorry Dutch only.
Vanwege mijn brede expertise en de aantrekkende markt krijg ik de laatste tijd veel leuke opdrachten in Nederland en België aangeboden waarop ik regelmatig nee op moet verkopen. Daarbij wordt mij meestal ook gevraagd of ik in mijn netwerk nog andere .NET freelancers ken. Daarom heb ik een netwerk opgezet zodat ik potentiële opdrachtgevers kan doorverwijzen naar een collega.
Via deze blog nodig ik .NET freelancers uit zich gratis en vrijblijvend bij mij aan te melden. Mijn netwerk is alleen voor Microsoft specialisten, hierbij gaat het dus om:
- Software Architecten
- Team en Projectleiders
- Programmeurs (C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET, SQL, XML)
Aanmelden kan heel eenvoudig via een e-mailtje naar email@example.com.
This year first SDN Software Developer Event is held on March 24 in De Reehorst - Ede. The theme of this event is 'Tools & Productivity'. The title of my session is 'Designing using the Visual Studio 2005 Class Designer'. I hope to see you there. It is a great event with a lot of interesting sessions.
I have finally rewritten this website to ASP.NET 2.0. It was really a good learning experience. You only learn it by doing it. I have tried to use the new features like:
- Themes & Skins
- Menu Controls
- SiteMap with roles and the SiteMapPath control
- GridView Control
- MultiView Control
- Login Control
- DataBinding AccessDataSource and XmlDataSource
- Sample Access Providers Starter Kit
- Role base authorization
- Web Deployment Projects
- MS Build with a AfterMerge target to deploy the website to web host
- Google Sitemaps
- CSS Friendly ASP.NET 2.0 Control Adapters (Menu)
It wasn't really difficult to do. Microsoft really kept their promise that 70% of the code could disappear. ASP.NET 2.0 rocks. I'm planning to add some extra features soon, like: WebParts, Health Monitoring, other new controls, comments on blog posts, a new stylesheet and a new logo.
Update 2006-sept-25: Added Google Sitemaps, Control Adapters and UrlRewritingNet.
I have just received mail from Pearson VUE informing me that have passed the Beta Exam 70-528 TS: Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 - Web-Based Client Development (called 71-528 while it's in Beta). I also received a free Voucher for a next exam, thanks guys.
On Friday I will try the Beta Exam 70-551 UPGRADE: MCAD Skills to MCPD Web Developer by Using the Microsoft .NET Framework. One week later I will try the Beta Exam70-552 UPGRADE: MCAD Skills to MCPD Windows Developer by Using the Microsoft .NET Framework . Wish me luck.
The new SortCode macro also supports VB.NET 2005. Totally new is the EncapsulateAllNonPrivateFields macro. It creates properties get/set for all non private (public, protected, internal) fields. By using the CodeDom I managed to supports VB.NET and C#.
After running the marco the 3 fields are private and there are 3 extra properties.
A friend of my send me a link to a great freeware software application. I love it!
Qliner hotkeys is a free and open source keyboard productivity environment. It is the first product of it's kind that is usable by computer geeks and non geeks alike.
- Smart Application Launching
- Smart Application Instance Switching
- Drag and Drop Configuration using an Onscreen Keyboard
- Support for 100+ International Keyboards (making it a handy tool for international keyboard users).
- Support for Dvorak keyboards
- Volume Control Add-in
- Clock Add-in
- Optionally maps Caps Lock key to Window key (handy if your keyboard does not have a Windows key or if you just hate the default bahavior of Caps Lock)
Hotkeys builds on the concept of Windows shortcut keys but takes this concept to a whole new level. Do you think key combinations are hard to remember? Just hold the Windows key for three seconds and up pops a Onscreen Keyboard with icons on the keys that are configured. This you can you use , not only to remind you of hotkey combinations, but also for Drag and Drop Configuration.
I have written a small content management system using ASP.NET. Sjef de Corte has implemented 3 websites with it. Well done Sjef!
I have found two more Avalon Minesweeper implementations.
BTW I plan to post the sourcecode of my implementation soon. I have to clean it up first.
I just saw the great Sparkle video on Channel9. On of the most funny part was the question 'What is an Architect?'. The anwer from John Gossman was 'It is a fancy title for a programmer' or in other words 'You are old'. I hope you enjoy the movie, I did. I can't wait to play with it.
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