Will "the Mighty" Strohl

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My name is Will Strohl. I'm a former employee of DNN Corp., a leader, personal branding expert, technologist, gamer, and more...


"Ouch! I think something up and bit me."

You know those moments when an error that you should never let happen does happen???

SubSonic Comes Back with a Vengeance!

I love using SubSonic. If you are or ever have been interested in SubSonic, boy do I have news for you!

Where is .Net Framework 3.5 for Windows x64?

This is a question I was about to ask in the ASP.Net forums. Luckily, I happened upon a link that explained this to me though.

LinqToXSD? NO!! Linq To Schema...

I recently attended a ONETUG meeting where Linq To Schema was presented. It is really cool! But I had a heck of time finding it.

INETA Community Champions Program Award - Participant

I won an award! I will be patting myself on the back, and buying myself a cookie for sure!

Multithreaded Woes!

I have a project on deck where I am using a multi-threaded process to perform an action in the background while the web visitor looks at a pretty ad during the process. And this is my story...

FOLLOW UP - Multithreading Woes

Here is what happened...

Common MultiThreading Compiler Error

Here is something that was happening to me today when trying to spawn a new thread to perform some task...

String Performance Guide

I very often end up speaking to people about how much proper string handling, concatenation, and evaluation can increase the performance of a web site or application. So I decided to write a guide about it...


HOW TO: Load an XPathDocument Using a String Object

For some odd reason, the XPathDocument class does not support loading the object using a string. However, this seems to be an integral requirement for some applications where the XML is generated and parsed on-the-fly. Here's how to do that...