Here's some useful info about getting your web presence up and running. I took advantage of this advice to resurrect my "Business and Consulting" website - www.gardiner.net.au, using ZoneEdit.
It had gone offline quite for a while after the previous free hosting through work concluded.
I'm now pointing it to an area on my ISP-provided web hosting, and I've also got some nice email address forwarding happening too (which I didn't have before).
I've added a link to ClustrMaps on my blog, to see if there really are any people who read my blog!
I heard about this from Rob Caron, and the fact that there are no dots on Adelaide makes me wonder a) am I the only one in Adelaide reading his blog or b) have they got Adelaide somewhere in the middle of Australia!
This is a nice tip that I've already used to organise our Online Assessment solution. Now Alexis doesn't need to worry about those funny "deploy" projects - she can just find the web projects easily.
A Visual Studio 2005 add-in written by Bill McCarthy that adds appropriate exception handlers to the selected code.
This add-in depends on the latest version (2.0.1) of the DevExpress DX Core library. If you had already installed the free Refactor! add-in, then you'll need to update it so that it is compatible. The links to the latest version are in this post. I think the site has "referrer" detection, so make sure you're already browsing the devexpress site before you try and download.
The final release of version 2.0 is now out