Regrettable Software, Tossed Salad, and Web Development

I’ve done some reading (and posting) on the excellent ASP.NET forum and, by far it seems, the most frequent cause of the issues that people have with their code is making the distinction between server side and client side of a Web application. I am not exactly sure why. Maybe the problem stems from the […]

HTML, CSS and Other Curious Stuff That You May Find Hard-coded In Your Web Application

Design View Dude is asking interesting questions about composing HTML/CSS mark-up in the process of building a .NET Web application. Ok, I may be a little too radical on this, but IMHO the controls should emit as little HTML mark-up as possible. Ideally, none. I am puzzled at how such great concepts as XSLT and XML-driven rendering […]

Antarctica.uab.edu or why cobbler’s kids go barefoot

One of my more recent projects was the Antarctica.uab.edu Web site. Basically, it hosts online journals of a close-knit group of scientists at University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), who are currently pursuing biological research in Antarctica. Twice a week (or more often, if time permits), they connect to the Internet and update their journals, read comments, […]

First, Inaugural

Greetings! My name is Dimitri Glazkov. I work for Gandalf Development, Inc., in Estrada Web Technology division. Estrada is a content management system, which originated (with my help) at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and was later exclusively licensed by my company. My job is to define (and refine) the direction of the product and keep us in the […]