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A post from a guest author :) This is a response to a response from my last post about Dell's customer service. Enjoy. -Joe Let me start by revealing that I am this blog author's boss; and when he refers to the company's run-ins with Dell, he is speaking of MY run-ins with Dell at our firm. Having said that, let me address Larry, the "Dell Customer ......

Our company has had some major battles with Dell customer service in the past week. After a total of about 6 hours of phone calls over three days we finally have the 150 dollars Dell gave us for being a "Dell Valued Customer" and a box for a broken laptop. I have to give props to the owner of my company for keeping a level head. Especially after getting ......

External component has thrown an exception. Guhhhh.... What a horribly generic completely worthless error. At the time that this frustrating message halted my development completely, I was working with some WebPart Control base classes that I had implemented. The problem is that I had also been messing with a bunch of other files in the project and ......

(Hopefully Apple doesn't mind me hotlinking to their site for a little free advertising) All I have to say is SWEET! I have never seen a sexier computer in my life. I think Apple has done it again, that being said--- A) I still have my Macbook Pro which is very much up to date (just less so now :( ). B) I work on a Dell now. C) While I can't say anything ......

GridView! YES! (...1 hour passes...) Dah! GridView! *Fist Shaking* Coming from a Java background I have to say that the standard toolset that Microsoft provides in .NET 3.5 is impressive by any standard. Perhaps the fact that it is standard is what makes it so powerful.... That being said I want to just give a quick rundown illustrating the rollercoaster ......

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