Archive | Web Design

A poorly designed website can cost you sales

A poorly designed website can cost you sales and hurt your credibility. That’s why I’ve written a special report; ————————————————————————————- 6 Hidden Traps that Kill Online Business and Why Most Web Designers Don’t Want You to Know About Them ————————————————————————————- The information in my report is honest and really good advice if you are looking […]

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siteBOSS PASSES Microsoft Platform Test For Hosted Solutions

On Friday 02/06/2009 siteBOSS, TRS Technology’s Internet Marketing Website system, was tested by Microsoft and successfully passed! siteBOSS PASSES Microsoft Platform Test For Hosted Solutions That’s quite a mouthful, so what does it mean? Well, it means a couple things; siteBOSS is built to recognized development standards. This means that the system architecture is correct […]

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Integrate Google Calendar in your web design

I’ve been asked by a couple people recently about option for coding a calendar function into their websites. While I do like to earn good money and make a handsome profit I feel that coding for the sake of it is not an option. There are so many services and online systems available these days that […]

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Visual Studio 2008 SP1

I’ve just installed and configured Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1. This is still in BETA but I was anxious to install and try it because of a bug fix that Microsoft were putting in after I logged a bug report with them in January. You can find that here if you want http://www.trstechnology.com/blog/asp.net/index.php/visual-studio-2008/ The […]

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ASP.NET Machine Generated Code

I just started working with a new client in Port Charlotte. They have had a website built by a company in Tampa and how now parted company with that company, so to speak. So I pick up this system and start to go through the coding and it’s build etc, trying to get up to […]

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Asynchronus Socket Programming

I’ve recently done some TCP/IP socket programming. The .Net framework provides a some nice features for making asynchronus program calls. One of the most robust is TCP/IP Sockets. It can be quite confusing at first to understand the way an asynchronous call and callback mechanism works. I find it easier to understand when I look […]

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Computer Security – Port Scanning

I’ve just been writing some code to run a TCP socket on a specific port. I was having trouble reading the response from the socket, which promted me to luckily find this damn good port scanning utility that I want to tell you about. Its called JFirewallTest and it’s a nifty little Java program that […]

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Visual Studio 2008

I’ve recently installed Visual Studio 2008 and related software. I was hoping to upgrade and start developing in it as soon as possible. I’ve generally always been an early adopter, but didn’t move to Visual Studio 2005 until quite late in it’s life cycle. I’ve since decided that was a mistake. It’s far better to […]

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