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Company Info topic:
Prestwood IT Social Networking Strategy
by Mike Prestwood

Social networking is a bit confusing! Emailing and calling are still the standards. Is faxing still ok? What about Facebook? Do I friend someone or become a fan of their fan page? Wait, what happened to fan pages? Are they now Facebook pages? What about Facebook groups? What about LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, MySpace, and others?

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The Prestwood Strategy: Although we still prefer phone calls and email, we do use social media to reach out. Our primary form of social networking is not with our clients, but with fellow IT professionals at PrestwoodBoards.com. Use the link above to learn more including how to interact with Prestwood IT, our other websites and groups, and our staff including Mike Prestwood.

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Stabalize Paradox System Audit
by Mike Prestwood

Help stabilize Paradox System with our proprietary procedure including oplocks, BDE settings, software updates (latest appropriate BDE/Paradox), and stabilize computers too. Also includes review of deployment architecture (appropriateness).


IT Water-Cooler for Power-Users topic:
Now It's Easy To Get End-User Problem Reports
by Wes Peterson

In the past it's been a pain to get end-users to give developers an accurate and complete list of the steps they took to get to a problem - especially if screen-shots are desirable.

Now Microsoft has provided a tool that makes the entire process ridiculously easy.






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WebForms Coding Tasks topic (classic post):
ASP.NET Extension Information
by Mike Prestwood
This article describes the ASPX file extensions.

WebForms Coding Tasks topic (classic post):
Programattically Adding Content to Web Pages in C#
by Bryan Valencia
Visual web developer offers a few different ways to add dynamic content to a web page. This will help you choose which one is right for your application. In General, there are Data-Aware components, Labels, and PlaceHolders.

 Monthly C# Lesson
WebForms Coding Tasks Topic:
Code Snippet of the Month

This code shows how to ask the webserver where the site's root directory is, and how to convert a relative path (like /Uploads) to the full filesystem path.  This will work across environments (i.e. Development/QA/Production).

string ServerPath2 = Server.MapPath(@"~/");

This gives the full path to the webserver's root directory. 

Example:

"C:\\Documents and Settings\\All Users\\Documents\\Visual Studio 2008\\WebSites\\MySite\\"

string ServerPath2 = Server.MapPath(@"~/Uploads");

This gives the full path to the Uploads subdirectory - even if it is a virtual directory in another location! 

...even if it is not a browsable web directory (such as APP_CODE or APP_DATA).

C# Topic:
Definition of the Month: Struct
A value type used to encapsulate a small set of related data.

A Struct encapsulates a small set of related data. Although it can contain many of the characteristics of a class such as methods, events etc., they are usually very limited in number. If several such members are used implementing this as a class should be considered.  A struct can implement an interface, but it cannot inherit from a class or another struct



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