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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Client-Side Alerts in ASP.NET

Bertrand Le Roy has moved his old client-side alert code over to CodePlex. You can learn more about it and check out the download here: http://weblogs.asp.net/bleroy/archive/2005/12/01/432016.aspx.

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Using Animations with the PopupControlExtender

I was looking for a solution to provide a “fly-in” form when a user would click on a particular button. I found it with the PopupControlExtender. The documentation for Animations with controls is poor so with some testing, I finally got a solution working for me. I added a button and a panel on my page. I set the panel below the button and set the style to:

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Resolved: "Please rerun your monitor calibration software." in Photoshop

A few days ago I reformatted my Dell D820 and installed Windows Vista Ultimate. I also added Photoshop CS3 Extended to my laptop. Usually my laptop is docked and my current monitors are Dell 1907. When I opened Photoshop for the first time on the new configuration, I received an error message stating:

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Life with Visual Studio 2008

Wally McClure, a Microsoft MVP and ASPInsider, has put together a group of posts regarding “his life with Visual Studio 2008.” It’s great that someone has time to blog about their experience with VS 2008. Seriously though, Wally does a great job explaining his experiences and working through the bugs that I have no patience to deal with.

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Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 Released

It looks like Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 is now available on the MSDN web site. According to the site, it was posted just 10 minutes ago. I’ve begun the download of the 3GB files and hopefully they’ll be ready for install sometime tomorrow. Feel free to wait until my copy is downloaded before you begin downloading yours. :-)

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Local Company Fined For Illegal Software

It’s not too often we have local companies that are fined for illegal software, but when we do, it makes the paper. Pride Mobility out of Exeter, PA was fined for having unlicensed software on their PCs. To read the full story, visit http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=18537075&BRD=2259&PAG=461&dept_id=455154&rfi=6.

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Sprint Dumps Customers

Usually, I wouldn’t post non-dev related stuff here. But, since I haven’t blogged in awhile (sorry, Twitter has seemed more convenient at the moment), I figured I’d post this. Apparently, Sprint Nextel has dumped 1000 customers because they’ve complained too much. Great service huh?

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Interesting Team Foundation Server Statistics

I was reading Somasegar’s blog earlier trying to get caught up on what’s going on out there. I came across an interesting post from yesterday where he talks about how Microsoft uses TFS. According to the blog, over 600 projects are currently scattered across 21 TFS server instances. In addition, over 100 million files are under source control.

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New RSS Toolkit Released

If you’ve never used the RSS toolkit to generate and/or consume RSS feeds, then you’re missing out. It’s a very easy way to generate sound feeds and contains a datasource control to bind grids, etc directly to RSS. Some of the enhancements that I have made in the 1.0 version are now in 2.0. Hopefully I’ll get some time later this summer to help out on the project!

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