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March, 2004

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    System.XML performance vs. user unfriendly SAX?

    From Aaron Skonnard's blog at http://skonnard.com/archive/2004/03/18/288.aspx System.Xml Perf and Sun's Ploy Mark provides some insight into Webdata's thoughts on System.Xml performance, spurred by a recent performance study published by Sun...
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    Java Skills Gap?

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    Java's skills gap http://www.itweb.co.za/sections/software/2004/0403191257.asp?A=APD&S=Software%20Development&O=FPT BY WARWICK ASHFORD , ITWEB JOURNALIST [ Johannesburg, 19 March 2004 ] - Research...
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    Managed DX Blogs...

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    Here are some of the blogs I mentioned with cool samples, tutorials on Managed DX... http://staff.develop.com/candera/weblog2/articleview.aspx/DirectX/Direct3D is Craig Andera's Blog http://geekswithblogs.net/jolson/archive/2004/02/16/2174.aspx...
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    More on the VSLive! Conference in Toronto

    MSDN Universal Subscribers can get an additional $200 off the passport cost, plus another 10% off on registration by using 'adam' as a promotional code... What will be covered at the event? · Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) · Data...
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    Managed DirectX Rambling...

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    OK, so I've listened to the .NET Show episode on Managed DX ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow/Episode037/default.asp ) and read a whole bunch, downloaded the code samples, etc. and realized, this thing rocks. It's not (yet) for first person shooters...
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    Managed DirectX...

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    So, in that I completely suck at C/C++, I need to start working on some samples with managed directx for an MSDN deep dive mid-april. Couple of cool resources I've found... obviously, the managed extensions themselves and the docs, as well as the ...
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    Metro Toronto .NET User Group!!!

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    Very cool. Finally, a downtown group with a downtown location... The main site access is: www.metrotorontoug.com Metro Toronto .net User Group meets the one day a month usually on the first Tuesday or Wednesday of the month. Please register for...
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    MSDN Security Tour for Developers: Think about it...

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    Attend the MSDN Canada Security event in a city near you. You’ll get information on ASP.NET and Developing Secure Code. See http://www.microsoftconnect.com/canada/index.cfm AM Sessions: Session 1: Essentials of Application Security Session...
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    Smart Client Offline Application Block...

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    Get a lot of questions from developers on smart client application design for connectivity awareness... check out the following. The Offline Application Block is intended to serve as an architectural model for developers who want to add offline capabilities...
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    Exception Management Application Block Sample...

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    From an upcoming INETA article, this demonstrates how to create a custom publisher using MSMQ.... Keep in mind that EMAB has been superceded by the Enterprise Integration Framework (EIF), but EMAB is extreemly lightweight, easy to use, and can feed EIF...
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    Exception Management Application Block

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    so, I'm sitting here finishing up a custom publisher for the Exception Management App Block ( http://www.microsoft.com/patterns ) for an Ineta article, and thinking to myself, how can you write a cool example for this, without introducing possible additional...
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    11 Years at Microsoft...

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    It has, today, been 11 years that I've spent at Microsoft. One third of my life (to be exact). (1 year on contract) Shuddddddderrrrrr. Let's see, we launched MS-DOS6, Windows for Workgroups 3.1 (Windows for Warehouses), Windows for Workgroups 3...
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