Todd Stone is a software developer, user group leader and regional speaker located in the Dallas, TX area.  Here you'll find information on software development and other topics of interest.  Please subscribe to the RSS feed located below and be sure to check out the Projects page for current projects Todd is working on.  Todd has shared a listing of tools he likes to use on the Cool Tools page.

Dallas mojoPortal User Group 

Sunday, October 31, 2010 10:14:00 PM

mojoportalPlease contact me if you are in the Dallas area and would be interested in attending a local monthly user group meeting focused on mojoPortal.  mojoPortal is an extensible cross platform, cross database, content management system (CMS) and web application framework written in C# ASP.NET.  Includes Blogs, Forums, Calendar, Google Maps, Contact Form, Newsletter, Polls, Surveys, ecommerce and more.  Supports MS SQL 2000-2008, MySql, PostgreSql, SQLite, or Firbird Sql.  Straightforward CSS skinning.  mojoPortal runs under Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, Server 2003, Server 2008 IIS in Full Trust or Medium Trust and runs under Linux Apache with mod_mono.

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Sunday, August 01, 2010 11:48:00 PM

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I'll be presenting on "Building Web Sites with mojoPortal" at which will be held in Dallas, TX on Saturday, August 28 and Sunday, August 29. is the Southwest's First Multi-Platform Web Conference.  To learn more about click here.

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Over 60 Free Controls from DevExpress 

Saturday, October 04, 2008 11:57:59 PM

DevExpress is offering over 60 controls free of charge - without royalites or distribution costs.  There is a web registration required.  Both WebForms controls as well as ASP.Net controls are included.

I've been using DevExpress tools (DevExpress Universal) for the past several years.  I've evaulated them to be the best bang for the buck.  If you haven't worked with any of their controls, here is a great way to try out a subset of their controls without having to worry about them ever expiring.

How to get the controls:

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