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More articles by Robert Bogue

Author Bio
Robert Bogue, MCSE (NT4/W2K), MCSA:Security, A+, Network+, Server+, I-Net+, IT Project+, E-Biz+, CDIA+ has contributed to more than 100 book projects and numerous other publishing projects. He was recently honored to become a Microsoft MVP for Microsoft Commerce Server and before that Microsoft Windows Servers-Networking. Robert blogs at http://www.thorprojects.com/blog.
For ASP Zone | June 16, 2006
SharePoint users have known how useful Web parts are for a long time, but it wasn't until recently that every .NET developer had access to the ease and grace of Web parts using ASP.NET 2.0. Find out how you can use these handy content containers to create Web sites that put routine content sharing capabilities into the hands of your end users.
For .NET Zone | May 3, 2006
Uncaught exceptions in your .NET applications can turn an otherwise high-performance application into a snail, especially those that are allowed to be "eaten" by subsequent code. Find out how to use very handy "First Chance" exception feature in the .NET debugger to root out nasty hidden exceptions.
For Security Zone | April 18, 2006
Role-based security works pretty well in most situations but as Sharepoint developers learned long ago it doesn't work for everything. Now that .NET supports Web parts, even more developers will find they need to get a basic understanding of Microsoft's Code Access Security.
For Web Development Zone | February 14, 2006
You can customize site definitions and add functionality to list editing tools, but if your branding and tools strategies aren't implemented in your list definitions, then your site isn't completely following those strategies. Find out how list definitions work, what their relationship is to site definitions, and how to change the appearance and the structure of the list.
For Web Development Zone | September 27, 2005
While SharePoint has become tremendously popular precisely because it makes so many laborious tasks so easy, deployment of Web parts can be surprisingly thorny. The trick lies in knowing what STSADM, the command line tool generally used for installing Web parts from a CAB file, is looking for and making sure it's all packaged up properly.
For .NET Zone | April 29, 2005
Although you can plumb the depths of SharePoint's search engine, creating custom protocol handlers and IFILTERs to handle your site's custom search needs, for most sites, you can follow a much simpler process to provide customized searches.
For .NET Zone | March 25, 2005
The site definition process in SharePoint is complex, but very flexible. Techniques such as "ghosting" can save you a lot of server space and beef up performance. But you need to understand when and how to use site definitions in order to avoid unintended consequences down the line.
For .NET Zone | January 12, 2005
With so many useful ASP.NET Web controls available, you should be able to use them in SharePoint, right? Well, you can. This article presents two ways to wrap existing Web controls in a SharePoint Web Part.
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