Mark Kendall is a Software Engineer working in the Oil Industry in Dallas,Texas. He has been a programmer/developer for past 15 years specializing in .NET/C# development. Currently, he is a Sharepoint/Silverlight developer specializing in BCS Services. He has published a book on Dotnetnuke, and written several articles on many .net subjects. Apart from his passion for making money writing software to improve business, Mark enjoys ranting-and-raving about current events and taking long runs on the beach. He blogs at kendallsoft and can be reached at Kendallsoft[attherate]hotmail[dot]com

Mark Kendall has written 10 articles, which have been read 1036688 times.
Abstract: In this article we will continue to incorporate AngularJS into an ASP.NET MVC Project.
Abstract: Incorporate AngularJS Framework into your ASP.NET MVC projects and seamlessly use both the MVC routing system along-side the AngularJS routing system. This is part 2 of a series of articles on ASP.NET MVC to make you more productive on the MVC Framework.
Abstract: Part 1 of a series of articles on ASP.NET MVC to make you more productive on the MVC Framework. This article demonstrates how generating site code in ASP.NET MVC is just that simple.
Abstract: Learn how using the FormView Web Server Control as a code generator for your ASP.NET forms production, can cut development time in half for most Forms.
Abstract: Sometimes you need to get the results of a report from SSRS and send an e-mail to your users. In this article, we will look at how this is done in ASP.NET by calling the SSRS Execution Web service
Abstract: Although WCF is a little tougher to configure than SharePoint BDC connectors, once you get the hang of it, WCF services are fun to write and your performance will sure to improve! In this article, I will provide a boilerplate WCF service that will get you started.
Abstract: Creating an Enterprise Portal in SharePoint 2010 can be daunting task when you are using custom Web parts in just about all cases and you want to be able to communicate with the other web parts via some sort of custom navigation system. In this article, we will rely on our experience as a team, who has actually implemented a successful connected Webparts Enterprise Portal, and hope that it will help you implement your own version.
Abstract: In this article, we will explore how to use the ASP.NET Repeater Control and interact with a DropDownList in the code behind. I will try to show much more than the obvious that just might save you a couple of search clicks, the next time you need to use the repeater control for ASP.NET
Abstract: In the first article in this series, Mastering Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2010 – Part 1 we created a BCS connector using the Visual Studio Template. In this article, we will create a connector to a database using a web service as the interface to the database. The web service will use LINQ to SQL as the Datacontext.
Abstract: This article demonstrates how to build your own Business Connectivity Services (BCS) SharePoint 2010 components, "connectors"