This is the guy who turned me onto PostNuke. He uses it for his website.
I stopped by here to download MySQL to use with PostNuke.
Apparently I need to install php on my machine before I’ll be able to run a php website locally. DUH!
I’m looking into using PostNuke to manage the content of my personal website. I downloaded the pn install but they are light on documentation!
So we were shopping for VS.NET licensing that gave our team what we all need without breaking the bank. This page was handy in making the decision on which version of VS.NET to purchase.
This is a pretty cool solution for creating an encrypted repository in a server registry for database connection strings.
I haven’t used it but my company could really benefit from having central control over connection strings.
This site can be a lifesaver when in a crunch for complex client-side validation.
Fun cartoon commentary on everyone’s hero, Homestar Runner!
This will likely get used in a CE.NET application we are working on.
Interesting diagram explaining how xaml translates into C#