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More articles by Miguel A. Castro

Author Bio
Miguel A. Castro is President of InfoTek Consulting Group, Inc., a professional consulting firm that specializes in architecting, designing, and developing solutions using Microsoft .NET technologies. His VB background goes all the way back to 1.0. Miguel's focus for the last couple of years has been the .NET Framework and languages; he is fluent in both VB .NET and C#. His programming experience goes back 20 years when he started on TRS-80s, Apple IIs, and Atari 800 computers. Miguel lives in Lincoln Park, New Jersey with his wife Elena and his daughter Victoria.
For CoDe Magazine | April 27, 2009
The ASP.NET Provider Model is a powerful feature that extends far beyond ASP.NET.
For CoDe Magazine | November 10, 2008
Don't be lured by Visual Studio's promise of simple templates for creating WCF services; here's why you should plan to create your services manually.
For CoDe Magazine | February 19, 2008
Build extensibility and flexibility into your applications to simplify maintenance and accommodate changes.
For CoDe Magazine | May 4, 2007
This article attacks a problem for which I have heard many solutions: How can you offer file downloads on the Internet and protect them from unauthorized downloading?
For CoDe Magazine | November 1, 2006
ASP.NET 2.0 does not break any existing controls from 1.1, but it adds a whole bunch of new ones, as well as several new technologies for control development.
For CoDe Magazine | August 14, 2006
Programming for extensibility assures ease of maintainability in your design. Control templates offer this functionality to custom Web controls.
For CoDe Magazine | July 17, 2006
See how to combine two Rendered controls to create a single control that provides the ability to move items both within and between lists.
For CoDe Magazine | December 29, 2005
In Part 1 you learned how to build a custom rendered control. In Part 2 you'll learn how to build a composite control.
For CoDe Magazine | November 2, 2005
Many ASP.NET developers use Web controls, but few have taken the time to explore how to develop their own custom Web controls, thereby potentially missing some very useful, reusable functionality.
For CoDe Magazine | April 25, 2005
ASP.NET WebControls do more than just allow you to write reusable components. They can provide an entire approach to Web application development, allowing you to bring a new level of OOP to the UI and letting you program declaratively.
For CoDe Magazine | April 11, 2005
The Model-View-Controller architecture, built into ASP.NET, lets you drive a different look to your ASP.NET pages using the same code base.
For CoDe Magazine | October 21, 2004
The .NET Framework provides many new collection classes that you can iterate (for-each) through. Get the basics on what lies beneath the surface of all these new collection types.
For CoDe Magazine | May 21, 2004
Encapsulate asynchronous functionality directly into your business objects. The .NET Framework facilitates calling object methods asynchronously through the use of delegates. You may already know how to do this using helper code, but there is a cleaner and much cooler way of packaging this kind of functionality right inside your business objects.
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