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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ASP.NET Podcast Show #67 - Paul Interviews Jorke Odolphi (Repost)

Subscribe Download ASP.NET Podcast URL: http://aspnetpodcast.com/CS11/blogs/asp.net_podcast/archive/2006/08/23/506.aspx Show Notes: Report from TechEd Australia. Jorke Odolphi. Note: Paul does a great job between all his commitments at TechEd. If you…

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SBA is now Microsoft Office Accounting 2007

Its official. Microsoft has announced that Small Business Accounting will now be known as Microsoft Office Accounting. More details to come…

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Move Over Coffee Warmers, There's A New 'Hot' In Town

That’s right, get rid of your coffee warmers. One of the prizes on Community Credit this month inspired me to do an Google MSN search. The prize is a USB beverage cooling device. I found it for sale at https://www.smarthome.com/9413.html. Only $29…

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Tomorrow's .NET Valley Meeting

Tomorrow’s .NET Valley Meeting ( August 23rd) The next .NET Valley meeting will be held on Wednesday August 23rd at Luzerne County Community College , Nanticoke PA. A map of the campus can be found here . We will meet in building 7, room 703…

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Great Search Demo Using Atlas

Shanku has published his search demo from the MIX 06 event. You can find the search demo at http://www.shankun.com/MySearch.aspx.

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Blog Starter Kit Preview

Shanku has announced that the Blog Starter Kit has been released as a CTP. It’s not in its final state, but can be installed to get the principals of the application. The downloads are found below:

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Google Wins Domain-Name Dispute

Google won their recent domain-name dispute which was the 19th of 20 disputes ever made with Google. You can read more about the recent decision here: http://domains.adrforum.com/domains/decisions/726096.htm.

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CISCO 500 Series PIX May Have Flaws

Supposedly, the CISCO 500 Series PIX firewalls may have a flaw. The potential flaw is with the SIP protocol. By sending a certain packet to the PIX, hackers would be able to gain free reins to the UDP protocol to send any messages to the Internal network using UDP. For the full article, visit http://www.networkingpipeline.com/192201308?cid=rssfeed_pl_ntp

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New VSIBuilder Build

I’ve released a new VSIBuilder build. This time, its not a click once install but rather an MSI file. To download it, visit the VSIBuilder page on my website at http://www.jasongaylord.com/projects/vsibuilder. The only downfall to deploying VSIBuilder…

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Click-Once Frustrations

Wow! I’m severely disappointed with click-once. I went to use it for a small app I released last week and I find it extremely disturbing that third-party dependencies aren’t included in the package as either a dependency or an installable DLL. Instead, you have to use the manifest tools to remove the DLL from the manifest and then add it again. Also, there is no way to specify file types. Finally, I’m disappointed in the amount of information sent to and from the web server during each load. I would have thought that a thinner client would be used to check versions, etc. I have since decided to use a traditional Windows installation package.

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