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I am an independent .NET and SharePoint Developer living in The Netherlands. My main focus lies with C# and the .NET Framework but I am also a newbie enthusiast in Ruby and Rails.

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MCPD: Enterprise Application Developer

MCTS: WSS 3.0 Application Development


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Archive for May, 2009

Welcome to the second installment of my series on the SPGridView. In Part 1 I introduced the SPGridView, the ObjectDataSource and the SPGridViewPager. The result was a reusable component that supports sorted and paging. In this installment, we will extend the component to support filtering. Filtering is one of the most sought-after features of the […]

For you who did not know yet, the first Beta of Visual Studio 2010 Professional is now available for download. I just set it up on a VPC and I must say, first impressions are good. So I have a soft spot for eyecandy. I think it’s incredibly important that the tool you work with […]

Last year, on May 22nd I wrote my very first post on this blog. The topic? My visit to the DevDays ’08. How time flies.. This year, I was almost forced to miss DevDays. The economic recession has hit all of us and since Antares’ customers are mostly based in logistics, financial and government fields […]

The SPGridView is one of the most ubiquitous controls used in SharePoint. Every single list in SharePoint (and as we all know there’s lots of those!) uses the SPGridView to display its data in neatly formatted rows. We’re able to sort its data, filter it and click on an item to choose from any options […]