Hello, I'm Jason
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?
I was reading a list response by Joteke (Teemu Keiski) earlier about referencing a class in an ASP.NET 2.0 project. In ASP.NET 2.0, if your class is in a code file in the App_Code folder, you do not need to include the assembly in the page directive in the page code. Also, if you are referencing a class in the web.config, you no longer have to reference the “class library name, class name” if the class file is in the
App_Code folder. All files in the
App_Code folder will be pre-compiled and will use the same class library name as the IL pulled from the rest of the project uses.
.NET Valley Meeting: Thursday July 20th
The next .NET Valley meeting will be held on Thursday July 20th at Luzerne County Community College, Nanticoke PA. A map of the campus can be found here. We will meet in building 7, room 703. The event will begin at 6pm. This will be an INETA sponsored event.
5 Supposedly Scary Things about .NET (That Don’t Have to Be) (6:00pm - 7:45pm)
There are a number of topics that many developers typically tend to avoid when learning .NET. But they really don’t need to be so intimidating. This session will explore five of these daunting challenges - delegates, reflection, threading, Code Access Security (CAS) and declarative programming. The goal of this talk is to give attendees a high level, conceptual understanding of these topics – enough to recognize where they can help you in your application development and confidence to dig deeper on your own.
HD Moore, a popular hacker, has recently updated his controversial exploit framework called Metasploit Framework. This framework has plug-in modules to allow users to test everything from their browsers to their operating system and from certain applications to their web server. One of the most interesting modules is the CSS exploit module in which HD Moore created a web test for. You can try out the test here. Also, check out HD Moore’s Month of Browser Bugs blog at http://browserfun.blogspot.com/.Read More
Wow! We definitely got lucky. I have placed three flood albums on my site. Many of the best pictures aren’t online because we were more worried about saving valuables, houses, and stores that we didn’t have time to break and take pictures. Between sand bags and wet shoes, I was able to snap a few:Read More
For those of you that are familiar with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area of Northeastern Pennsylvania, be sure to visit www.wnep.com for pictures and river levels. Up to this point, no storm in the history of the Wyoming Valley has been more devastating to low-lying and mountains in this are than this storm. The creek behind my house is still 5 feet below the first floor level. However, folks in the “Back Mountain” region aren’t so lucky. The Huntsville Damn by Penn State Lehman is being watched carefully as there may be a potential breech in the damn wall. The river is supposed to crest at or around the stage of the 1972 Agnes flood.Read More