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Scott Guthrie is a Corporate Vice President in Microsoft's Server and Tools Business division, where he is responsible for delivering the development platform for Windows Azure, as well as the .NET Framework and Visual Studio technologies used in building Web and server applications. A founding member of the .NET project, Guthrie has played a key role in the Microsoft developer space since 1998. Today, Guthrie manages the development teams that build the developer platform for Windows Azure, Windows AppFabric Server, BizTalk Server, IIS, ASP.NET, WCF, WF and the Web, and Web Service and Workflow features of Visual Studio. Guthrie graduated with a degree in computer science from Duke University.
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The WCAG and 508 guidelines don't say much about using 'strong' in place of 'b'. We are looking into it more, though, to see if there is a formal recommendation. I believe JAWS (the most popular screen reader out there) fully supports both.
The "summary" attribute for a table is actually a pri3 WCAG requirement. You can add it with both ASP.NET 1.1 and ASP.NET 2.0 by setting a "summary" attribute on the 'asp: datagrid' or 'asp: gridview' controls. This will then be passed through to the output as an expando property.
Radiobuttons and checkboxes inside a datagrid now output a 'for' attribute which associates them with the corresponding label element -- so this should no longer be a problem with ASP.NET V2.0. I have a code workaround that I can send you for ASP.NET V1.1 that shows how to-do that today (unfortunately this doesn't work built-in).
Hope this helps,