Powered by ASP.NET 2.0 logos are here!


Thanks to Kevin Goldman, we now have 3 brand spanking new Powered by ASP.NET 2.0 logs that you can add to your site to show off just how cool you really are 🙂  The logos, although similar have some subtle differences (see below).


Powered by ASP.NET 2.0 - A



Powered by ASP.NET 2.0 - B



Powered by ASP.NET 2.0 - C


The links to the images directly so you can download them are:





 


Comments (11)

  1. Nice and clean. I’ve added the third one to http://www.madcodecamp.com/, where I’ll hopefully be announcing my next code camp soon!

  2. Are you aware of any list of hosting companies that are running ASP.Net 2.0?

  3. bgold says:

    Paul —

    check out http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/beta2/hosters/

    it has a list of our beta2 hosters

  4. timh says:

    maybe we can get Kevin Goldman to use them on his site — if he can change it from php to asp.net 😉

  5. In case you haven’t seen Brian has some awesome logos for your site here. If you are developing a site…

  6. bgold says:

    TimH — I was waiting for that comment 🙂

    and trust me I rag on KG every day about his lame ol’ PHP site. Him and I have actually been brainstorming how to get him over to ASP.NET 2.0 and we have a site in progress, so the move is coming. It has been a great experience actually, getting to work hands on with someone who is a designer first, uses PHP cuz it was easy and available (pre-built functionality hacked together)… I’m in the process of personally converting 2 sites (KG’s and another one) from PHP to ASP.NET 2.0 — definitely a fun learning experience and always good to see what works well, and what doesn’t.

    -Brian

  7. Kevin says:

    OK, I’ll have goldmanDesign.com running in ASP.NET 2.0 before too long (probably host through Interland since I need 2gig of space, but don’t want to pay over $50 / month).

    The most delightful thing will be the absurdly simply client login feature via 2.0 (hands down better than my PHP solution now). The second most delightful thing about ASP.NET 2.0 for my site will be “web parts” in the client area that can be turned off and on. The trickiest thing is making http://www.family.goldmanDesign.com work in ASP (it’s not possible, I don’t think…). It uses Gallery 2 (http://gallery.menalto.com).

  8. bgold says:

    Oh kevin — my friend — moving the photos will be a breeze

    http://communityserver.org/photos/

    or even easier

    http://www.phanfare.com/

    🙂

  9. I had been looking for a set of "Powered by ASP.NET 2.0 logos" for a project

    of mine. Had no luck…