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Watch this video with Mark Hazleton, a SharePoint developer, who shows you how he leveraged DevExpress ASP.NET controls and created a stunning website for his client

Certified Project Management Professional or PMP from the Project Management Institute or PMI

Given the XML based file system used by GanttProject (see previous post), I have modified the XML file generated by the PM Portal tool to support GanttProject.

Defines site skins or templates and give examples

I am Setting Up a Blog for MechanicsOfMotherhood.com

Gantt Project

While working on the template for this site (a never ending process), I came across the YUI Library. It is a collection of javascript and css to help you create better structured websites.

Friday is here and here are some links to enjoy from the 100 Best Undiscovered Web Sites

I was able to get an invite to the new Yahoo meme service.

Soft launch of Web Project Mechanics on Codeplex

Initial Posting on Project Mechanics Blog

Based on the success of my Lake Claiborn House site to sell our lake house, I have added my profile to Zillow

New Look for Project Mechanics

ProjectMechanics.com has added a new Web 2.0 Section

Looking to solve the problem of having no search engine on this site, I have found Google Custom Search Engine.

I continue to find new features that can quickly be added to my site. The latest is from Snap.com called SnapShots.

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