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More articles by Michiel van Otegem

Author Bio
Michiel van Otegem is Software Architect for The Vision Web, a solution provider based in The Netherlands. He specializes in Microsoft and XML technologies, and writes articles for magazines and Web sites about these technologies. He is a frequent seminar speaker, and the author of Sams, Teach Yourself XSLT in 21 Days. Michiel is a very active member of the ASP and .NET community, both on forums and mailing lists, as well as through the Dutch community Web site, ASPNL.com, which he co-founded. For his work in the community Michiel has recently received the Microsoft MVP award. In his spare time, Michiel is president of the Dutch .NET user group, dotNED, and on the speaker bureau for the International .NET Association (INETA). You can contact him here.
For CoDe Magazine | February 19, 2004
By effectively separating the functionality and the presentation of a server control, skinned controls simplify the process for changing the control presentation. When properly implemented, you can change the look of an entire Web site by simply selecting a different set of skins.
For CoDe Magazine | October 6, 2003
Getting your custom control to behave the way you want it to is only half the work. You have to create the logic that generates the actual HTML shown in the browser. It's tedious work, especially if you're supporting multiple browsers.
For CoDe Magazine | June 20, 2003
XQuery 1.0 still has to reach W3C Recommendation status, but the available implementations and technology previews show that it is a very potent query language.
For CoDe Magazine | May 9, 2003
The ASP.NET Web Matrix project makes ASP.NET development easy. With ready-to-go pages, code builders, a visual design environment, and other useful features, Web Matrix is a very complete Web development tool that gets you going within minutes. Because it is freeware from Microsoft and the download is only 1.2 MB, there is nothing stopping you from experimenting with it.
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