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C-Sharpener course

Jun 17, 2010 at 9:44 PM

Thank you for the update, I am going to try the gmail method and get back to you... 

On a side note, I am interested in your C# training utility you have listed on your website. I am going to see if I can get my employer to cover the cost of it. 

Is this just a crash course in .Net and C# development? It mentions downloads, so I am assuming I will be able to take this anywhere?

I like this because I used to do development about 3.5 years ago, but only got 6 months of experience. I think taking this course will be a great refresher and help me to be able to customize the SlickTicket App for our needs. 

On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 1:26 AM, naspinski <> wrote:

From: naspinski

Both are trivial to implement.  To make email over ssl, just set the smtp.EndableSsl = true and define the username, password and port.

-or just use the gmail approach:


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Jun 18, 2010 at 8:51 AM

Fantastic, I really hope it helps you out!

It is a full course download - so you can take it anywhere with you - it is simply .avi files (divx encoded).  It is a bit of a crash course in everything from basic prgram to CSS and even a bit of AJAX.

I generally don't mention it on here, but thanks for the plug! Its' if anyone is interested.  Please let me know if it helps, and if it doesn't, you get your $$ back.