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From Microsoft to Linux….almost

By As most of you know I am in the process of starting my own Web Development Company in New Jersey. Starting a company takes a lot of work, but of course I knew this going into it. Business is great and we are starting to grow! I’ve decided to shift focus on my […]

How to: Update FriendFeed using ASP

By Last week the popular feed aggregator FriendFeed launched their new API. The new API makes it easy for anyone to create custom applications to interact with FriendFeed. Below is a script I wrote in ASP to post an image and link to your feed stream using XMLHTTP. I’ve included the complete script for […]

How to: Update Pownce using ASP

By On February 28th, 2008 Pownce released version 2.0 of their API. The major update in this new version is the ability to post messages, links, files, events and even replies via the API directly to a account. Below is an ASP script I wrote to update your Pownce profile automatically through the […]

The ASP.NET 2.0 Anthology Book from SitePoint

By Yesterday I received my new book from, The ASP.NET 2.0 Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks & Hacks. After skimming through my new read I must say, SitePoint can write some amazing books! I love how each section is prefaced with a question: “How do I read data from my database?” “How do […]

301 Permanent Redirect using ASP

By I’ve been using my search engine optimization skills on a few different sites recently. The Democrats for Monmouth County website is my current challenge. One of the main challenges I faced was converting the old ugly links over to the new SEO friendly links without losing placement in the search results. Link conversion […]

How To: Create Custom ASP URLs with Querystrings using ISAPI Rewrite

ISAPI Rewrite is a powerful URL manipulation engine based on regular expressions. It acts mostly like Apache’s mod_Rewrite, but is designed specifically for Microsoft’s Internet Information Server (IIS). ISAPI_Rewrite is an ISAPI filter written in pure C/C++ so it is extremely fast. ISAPI_Rewrite gives you the freedom to go beyond the standard URL schemes and […]

First ASP.NET App

So I’m back from training and using my new ASP.NET skills already! Take a look at our Designer Handbag store Notice at the bottom of the screen there is a footer bar that allows you to enter your email address. Well there it is! My first “live” ASP.NET app. It’s fairly simple, but the […]

ASP.NET training

I’m going to an ASP.NET training course starting on Monday. The course is Developing Microsoft ASP.NET Web Applications Using Visual Studio .NET. I’m extremely excited about going to training. It’s been too long and I need to really start focusing on ASP.NET development in future projects.

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Brad Williams is a computer programmer and tech junkie who enjoys exploring technology and sharing his knowledge and experience with others.


CEO of WebDevStudiosMaintainn, and Pluginize. Co-author of Professional WordPress and Professional WordPress Plugin Development.


Brad resides in Philadelphia.


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