I am looking for a volunteer. I am completing a new website to help groups around the country (US and Canada only in the first go-round) organize Geek Dinners in their own areas. Getting the site up and running is working pretty well so far (ASP.NET, AJAX Virtual Earth and Silverlight are all used in the mix so far). But what I need is somone who is good at website visuals to help me with a couple of things for the site. I have a decent template from Six Shooter Media but I need some work done to create some buttons, a menu and a logo for the site. If you're interested please send me a quick e-mail with your availability by clicking here.
I've reworked my web site. It was looking a bit more like the uniform of a NASCAR driver than a web site, so I reworked the layout to make it cleaner. I admittedly stole many of my ideas from other web sites and templates I saw.
The other reason for the change was to eliminate ViewState. I noticed my pages ballooning from the sheer size of the HTML that was being generated, much of it as ViewState. I've eliminated ViewState in almost every case. For example, the size of the HTML of my home page was reduced from 134K to 48K. That's just HTML size, not images...so the real size change should be even more dramatic.
My site is experiencing a lot of downtime the last couple of days as my host is being DDOS'd. Just a fair warning to those who can't get to my site...sorry...hopefully they find the bastards!
Anyone with a web enabled phone, I am trying to test how a calendar looks on phones but I only have so many. If you could visit this page (http://wildermuth.com/test) and click on the hyperlink on whether you can see the calendar or not, I'd really appreicate it!
Back in the day when ASP.NET shipped, I converted this site from the existing ASP based site. As an exercise to really bring in some new features I've wanted and to lose the ASP legacy (I actually still have a page or two that uses string concatenation to put together HTML Tables), I want to do a full re-write of the site.
I use a process where I begin with the requirements, then the data, then the code (no big surprises there). My goal is to blog through each stage of this process and hopefully help my readers learn a bit about an ASP.NET 1.x to ASP.NET 2.0 conversion.
For the new wildermuth.com, I have the following requirements:
I am sure there are more, but those are the core of the new requirements. Tune in tomorrow to start matching requirements with solutions...
Welcome to the new version of The ADO Guy. Most of the changes are under the covers, but there are a few things to note:
Please let me know what you like and don't like. A couple of things aren't working yet:
I am a developer first. I’ve become my family’s IT department but not by choice. This is the fate of most developers I know.
For the past year or so I’ve been experimenting with Azure Websites as a solution for quick, one-off sites and even for class examples. I’m a big fan. Let me tell you why.
Now that the change to Wildermuth.com is complete I've gotten questions about broken links and such. I am keeping adoguy.com around and redirecting (permanent) the links so that old links aren't going to break. I don't plan on keeping it forever but for several years you can be sure. Its worth keeping them around.
I didn't just do a quick and dirty port to a new CSS look and feel though. This was a conversion of the old code. I don't use a blog engine but write my own code, mostly as a test bed for new ideas. What was it this time? Two thinks significant changed: Entity Framework/LINQ as the data access and the ASP.NET Routing Framework instead of .aspx links. Let's take these one at a time:
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|Application Name||WilderBlog||Environment Name||Production|
|Application Ver||184.108.40.206||Runtime Framework||.NETCoreApp,Version=v2.0|
|App Path||D:\home\site\wwwroot\||Runtime Version||.NET Core 4.6.26020.03|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows 10.0.14393||Runtime Arch||X86|