Scott Hanselman - Episodes you may have missed...

June 03, 2004 Comment on this post [2] Posted in ASP.NET | Web Services | DasBlog | XmlSerializer | Speaking | PDC
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It's the wife's birthday so I shall be out of pocket for the weekend and I may not have time to blog.  But, I realized that I have a whole 2+ years of blogging up here that you may have missed.

Thus, I present "Syndicated ComputerZen in Syndication or Episodes You May Have Missed" for your pleasure. 

  • Bringing data "along for the ride" with CheckBoxes and the ASP.NET DataGrid
    Work WITH the Grid, not against it;  Listen to the Events and Nudge/Influence the Grid; just because code is on CodeProject or in Google Groups doesn't mean the writer knows the DataGrid from his own Ass.
  • ASP.NET: Postbacks for Algernon
    Pretty PostBacks when using RewritePath; Complex Custom Confirmation Dialogs on LinkButtons in DataGrids while STILL maintaining PostBacks (whew!)
  • But what price my soul?  The one where I muse about the potential for going to hell for writing really smelly code.  What to do when you've built a great monument, but there's bird poop at the top that you're responsible for.  Does it take away from the accomplishment?
  • Exporting Tabular Data to Excel from ASP.NET  My #1 most popular post.  Geez...look at the Referral List.  It's worth checking out.  Amazing.
  • XmlSerializer Madness Learning about when the XmlSerializer caches its generated assemblies, and when it doesn't.
  • The Day I Moblogged the PDC Keynote The lengendary post where I blogged the PDC Keynote from the only device with coverage - my BlackBerry.  My left thumb, in particular, has yet to recover.

If you find it useful, I may dig in to the archives again. (This post was brought to you by the upcoming dasBlog MonthView.)

About Scott

Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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June 03, 2004 8:10
and thanks to the new print-only stylesheet Scott added yesterday, these "best-ofs" can all be printed out and enjoyed over the weekend.

by monday we should all be wiser and better informed.

June 04, 2004 4:35
Scott, do you think you could update that checkbox/datagrid post with working code? It is a great post but would save a lot of headaches for those who need help the most if the code was real code and not real-looking psudeo code.

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