Jason N. Gaylord
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I live with my family in the rolling hills of Northeastern Pennsylvania. I'm a web developer by trade, but have broad experience in various business areas. Want to know more about me?

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Support Doug Reilly During These Tough Times

Many of you know Doug Reilly from reading blog posts, forum posts, and articles. Doug has fallen extremely ill. Please help to support his causes by donating to the Live Strong foundation in honor of Doug:

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Now Setup With BlogMailr.com

I recently setup an account with BlogMailr.com. It’s difficult to get the time right now to blog on the site, so why not use email? Thanks to the folks over at Telligent for providing this cool service. Very nice!

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Windows Vista Released to Manufacturers

Great! Windows Vista is now off for production. You can read more about the release notice here: http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/features/2006/nov06/11-08VistaRTM.mspx

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Microsoft AJAX Library Beta 2 Released

Yesterday, the ASP.NET team released beta 2 of the Microsoft AJAX Library. You can download it at http://ajax.asp.net/default.aspx?tabid=47.

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Your Home in 2015 - How Technology Advances Your Home

It’s definitely interesting to talk about how technology is changing and effecting the world. Microsoft has taken this a step further. They have created a home to demonstrate technology in the year 2015. Check out some details here: http://tech.msn.com/products/article.aspx?cp-documentid=994057

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Microsoft AJAX and Web Services Snag

If you plan on using Microsoft AJAX with web services, you better plan hard. The AJAX Control Toolkit is currently built using web services. I attempted to use the NumericUpDown control provided in a user control. However, I continually received an error message stating that The given key was not present in the dictionary. Upon further investigation, I found that the partial pages in the code samples inherited the CommonPage class. The CommonPage class, found in the App_Code folder, inherited the Page class. The page class contains some additional events in the load cycle that the user controls do not contain such as Pre_Init. In the CommonPage class, there is an override for PreInit which grabs all content placeholders and adds them to a list. That was it, once I switched the contents from a user control into a page, it worked. Of course there are other work around solutions to get the User Control to pull the content place holders.

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Small Business Site Starter Kit Released

The Small Business Site Starter Kit has been released on the ASP.NET website. Find out more details by visiting http://www.asp.net/downloads/starterkits/SmallBusiness.aspx?tabid=62 today.

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Microsoft AJAX Library Beta 1 Released

Over the weekend, Microsoft released the first beta of the Microsoft AJAX Library. Be sure to download it at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=90E0CCDF-D246-4929-A027-D5EE6F806851&displaylang=en.

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Linksys SPA-9000 and ZingoTel Review 1

Yesterday we installed a Linksys SPA-9000 Small Business phone system in one of our newly acquired remote offices. The office will only have up to 3 people in it at any time, so we stayed with the 4 phone system instead of the 16. We chose ZingoTel for our service provider. Initially, I was a bit skeptical because its difficult to get to a person to talk to there and finally, when you do, their phone is breaking up. However, they walked us through the installation yesterday step-by-step. Our phones came online in less than 30 minutes. We made a few phone calls and the clarity was perfect. Today we noticed that we’ve had an issue with our phone lines, but I’m not sure why that has occurred. We’re looking into it now which is why this is review 1.

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Microsoft on track with Vista

According to a press release by Microsoft, they are on track to release Vista in November to all Volume License companies.

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