Damon Armstrong

Damon Armstrong is a consultant with SystemwarePS in Dallas, Texas. He is also a blogger and author of Pro ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming and SharePoint 2013 Essentials for Developers. He specializes in the Microsoft stack with a focus on web technologies like MVC, ASP.NET, JavaScript, and SharePoint. When not staying up all night coding, he can be found watching a bunch of kids, studying Biblical topics, playing golf, or recovering from staying up all night coding.

03 July 2006
03 July 2006

In Loo of Technology

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I can imagine how the conversation must have gone.  A slick salesman stood in the board room staring down a room full of business savy executives.  “Just image how much money you will save,” said the salesman, producing a break even analysis and complex charts backing up the claims of his product.  Everything looked good … Read more
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28 June 2006
28 June 2006

Tools: RAD Regular Expression Designer

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The regular expression engine in .NET is an awesome technology for text processing and string manipulation and is definitely one tool you want to have in your development arsenal.  But Regex syntax is one of the more difficult languages to get your mind around because, at first glance, it looks like a meaningless jumble of … Read more
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27 June 2006
27 June 2006

Great Expectations

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Most bloggers start out with an overly idealistic view that their blog is going to contain Pulitzer quality coverage of current events and issues and that millions of people will flock to their site daily to hear the latest buzz. That optimism quickly degrades when you realize that you’re blogging about once every four months … Read more
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05 May 2006
05 May 2006

Web Parts in ASP.NET 2.0

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Most Web Parts implementations allow users to create a single portal page where they can personalize the look, feel, functionality, and experience of their "My Home" page in an application. But what if you want to take Web Parts a step further and allow users to define a personalized interface that applies to a series of pages in an application?… Read more
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