Infragistics - Visual Studio Component Lab

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Last in the series of customer interviews at this year's VS Component Lab in Redmond. Here, we (Charles) talks to Stephen Dadoly and Tony Lombardo of Infragistics, Inc.

They make some nifty ASP.NET and Windows Forms controls.

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    cooler
    I actually use their controls, they’re pretty good.
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    littleguru
    cooler wrote:
    I actually use their controls, they’re pretty good.


    The webcontrols are quite an overhead. They put everything in the viewstate.. :-!
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    El Bruno
    littleguru wrote:
    cooler wrote: I actually use their controls, they’re pretty good.


    The webcontrols are quite an overhead. They put everything in the viewstate.. :-!


    You can configure this to not use viewstate Big Smile
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    AQ
    I bookmarked one of their career openings a while ago as i thought it looked like *someone's* dream job:

    http://www.infragistics.com/corporate/Careers/usnjew.aspx

    Scroll down to
    Sr. R & D Engineer - .NET GDI+, Vector Graphics, Avalon - Components

    Devise funky new presentation layer UI effects all day long? What could be sweeter than that...

    aq
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    El Bruno
    AQ wrote:

    Devise funky new presentation layer UI effects all day long? What could be sweeter than that...


    Nothing .. It's everybodys dream ... Big Smile
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    Tensor
    Actually a few months ago they were advertising for a technology evangelist. You would basicly travel the world showing off how cool your controls were Smiley
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    Harlequin

    10 years experience in C#. Is that possible? Unless you were on the team that devised it in the first place. Smiley

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    El Bruno
    Harlequin wrote:

    10 years experience in C#. Is that possible? Unless you were on the team that devised it in the first place.



    I think they must say "10 yeas experience on c++" this people come from the fussion of Protoview and Sheridan, both organizations make ActiveX components for the Windows Development. They use to work with c++.

    Bye from Spain
    El BRuno
    http://spaces.msn.com/members/brunocapuano

    PD: Sorry 4 my poor English
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    schrepfler
    Can someone comment wheter IIS 7.0 will run on XP? Also, is SqlServer 2005 programmed to run with a particular version of the framework or any that is installed on the system will do (1,2..3?)

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