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Sun, 3 Apr 2011, 18:00 - 20:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Oak Brook, US

The Software Development Community (SDC) is pleased to announce that on April, 3rd at 1PM at Microsoft Store  - 49 Oak Brook Center Oak Brook, IL, 60523 Jeff Byttow will detail how he developed a solution to satisfy a business problem by utilizing the following techniques:

  • jQuery

  • Web Services
  • AJAX Control Toolkit
    • FilteredTextBoxExtender

  • LINQ-to-SQL
    • One Customer - object
    • Select via a Generic List.
    • Insert/Update a new customer via LINQ code.

  • Generic Objects
  • Form validation via a ValidationSummary.

About Jeff Byttow: Jeff Byttow presently works for Founder's Insurance Company in Des Plaines as a Software Engineer. He has been working in Software development for the past 15 plus years. Some of the Companies that Jeff has worked at are Allstate Insurance Company, Arch Insurance Group, and Experient (formerly I.T.S.). The majority of his projects have been in Classic ASP to ASP.NET. He started out as a mainframe programmer using Cross System Product (An IBM 4GL Language) to now Microsoft .NET 4.0 development.

He has been involved in several .NET projects in the past few years. These projects include Windows Applications, Windows Presentation Foundation Windows Applications, Windows Services, and ASP.NET Applications.

In his spare time, Jeff helps small companies realize that they too can utilize the same technologies that the bigger companies use. He does this through his company, J-BYTE Technologies, Inc. (


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