ASP.NET and next stop Cleveland...thanks INETA
It's 4:18 in the flippin' morning. ;) I'm up and heading to the airport for an INETA Gig in Cleveland. United "Easy Checkin" is "temporarily unavailable" (for the last 2 days) so I'm rushing. I've gotten too used to printing my own boarding pass.
Still hip-deep in ASP.NET. I'll tried to post more tonight, but lately it's been nothing but:
- Command-Line builds with DevEnv.exe instead of Nant. (not by choice, but not working to shabby either)
- Complete validation framework relacement from the Amazing Peter Blum. Truly shows off what can be done with ASP.NET. Kudos Peter. Plus, this guy writes Doc like you wouldn't believe.
- Continuous Integration beginning to limp along with CruiseControl.NET. Hopefully this will be nailed down soon.
- My first big project out from under the oppresive regime of VSS and into the no-file-reservations world of CVS.
But, tonight I'll show some great stuff that Corillian and my CTO Chris Brooks has been doing with Web Services.