Through out the years I’ve seen the web go from purely text sites, to graphics intensive sites, and finally to content driven sites. About 11 years ago I remember developing my first web page. It began as a purely informational site, as it progressed it went more and more graphic’s intensive. Looking back at it now I realize that sites like that focused on the wrong aspect of what the digital age has brought to us. (more…)
Archive for October, 2006
We’ve been working on the new Teraeon website for quite sometime (over a year now). Finally I had a chance to sit down and redesign the site from scratch, and I think we have a winner now. This will be the third revision of our website, one of which never made to to launch.
We will be launching with a Teraeon CMS Server installation back-end to manage data and content throughout the site and ensure that the new website will be consistantly maintained. Keep on the lookout!
The first public Beta release of Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX v1.0 (code-named “Atlas”) is now available for download. ASP.NET AJAX is a free framework for creating client-centric, interactive Web applications that work across many popular browsers and on any server platform. This Beta release is a preview of the fully-supported version of ASP.NET AJAX scheduled for release by the end of this year. Beginning with this Beta release, the Microsoft AJAX Library is also available in an easy-to-install, standalone package for development on non-Windows systems. For more information, visit the http://ajax.asp.net/default.aspx?tabid=47 site.
Many who know me know that as a person who uses MySQL so extensivly, I have not always been a big fan of the database system. Until version 4.1 and really version 5.0, MySQL Lacked a lot of the features needed to create a truly robust data management solution. Lately however, MySQL has made a believer out of me. They have been moving in the right direction with the many new features they’ve come up with, and with partnerships such as the VSIP program. Hopefully this will mean more integration between MySQL and Visual Studio .Net!