Creating a Formatted HTML Table for Email with T-SQL

We haven’t talked tech in a while on our blog but since a good percentage of our readers consists of programmers and database administrators, we feel the need to sneak in an article or two every once in a while. … Read More

Weekend JASE World Recap: Going Digital, Smartphone Websites for Google, Spence Crossing Websites Launches, Working with a Local Web Design Company, New School Advertising, Mother’s Day in Colonial Williamsburg

What happened this week in your JASE World? Here’s a quick recap. We’re Going Digital! Are you letting the cool technologies drive your ideas? The best campaigns are always idea-driven and consumer-focused, and then the medium falls into place naturally. … Read More

Guidelines for Building Smartphone Websites for Google

Portions of this series of articles on mobile website development may get a bit technical. If you start to glaze over while reading the rhetoric, just know that we have your back. Our team is all over what it takes … Read More

Windows 7 and IE9 Task Bar Integration

According to the various sundry purveyors of browser and operating system statistics, Windows 7 either has passed or will soon pass Windows XP in popularity.  These statistics shouldn’t be considered especially authoritative as they represent something of a self-selected group … Read More

Hiring a .NET / SQL Server Developer

JASE has an immediate need for a full-time / contract software engineer with extensive experience with the .NET Framework, including C# and VB.NET. The engineer will also have extensive experience and be proficient with Microsoft SQL Server. Position: .NET / … Read More

Website Images 101

Few things make me cringe more when viewing a website than when I see large images slowly paint as I gradually lose interest. This is far from the only “party foul” for website images.  These are some of the important … Read More

.NET Code Obfuscation

One of the key features of the .NET is that assemblies (a fancy name for DLLs and EXEs) created in a .NET language are compiled to an intermediate step and use a common language runtime, or CLR, rather than being … Read More