November, 2005

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    Annual Symposium on Current Business Issues Nov 2005

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    Metro State celebrates 40 years of excellence in business education by offering various programs. This two day event began today with our own Carl Dubler as the speaker about: "Collaborating, Sourcing, and the Flat World: A survival Guide." The speech...
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    Touchdown briefing Slide deck

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    the Touchdown briefing was held Oct 12th here in Denver. The event was a great success with over 400 people attending the MSDN/TechNet events. The slides cover the lap around Visual Studio 2005, the System.Data class, the Language Enhancements in C#...
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    What is New in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005....

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    When data comes back from SQL 2005 and fills a DataGrid or DataView in a VS2005 ASP.Net project is it saved in session or is there a round trip to the database every time? Data is not stored in session if you bind it to a DataGrid. Under most default...
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    What is Smart Client?

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    How about the best mix of Rich (aka "FAT") client and thin (ASP) client ever. Imagine having the ability to use the rich controls of a Fat client (Windows) application but deploying it like a Web application. Think of it as the "SUV" (Sport Utility Vehicle...
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    What is a Developer Evangelism? (bringer of good news)

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    To make life easier for developers? How about to educate and share the passion of Microsoft development tools . To help each of you learn the little things which make life of a developer easier. All of us who educate/convince our friends, family...
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