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  • Blog Post: MSDN Unleashed Code is Posted!

      I’ve uploaded the code from this quarter’s MSDN events to http://www.benkotips.com/code . If you’re interested here’s the links from this quarter’s session on IE8 … MSDN: Subscribing to content with Web Slices Official IE team blog blogs.msdn.com/ ie   IE developer center msdn.Com / ie IE...
  • Blog Post: Get Started with Mobile Dev

    We're delivering some sessions this quarter on how to build applications with Windows Mobile 6 and I wanted to provide some links to help you get started. Although I will be doing my development with Visual Studio 2008 you can also use VS 2005 with the Mobile 5 SDK as well. To build a development environment...
  • Blog Post: SQL 2008 Templates...a little more info

    Last week in Kansas City while presenting the New Features of SQL 2008 for Developers session of MSDN Unleashed we had some questions of whether this is a new feature in this release. I mentioned that it isn't and has been part of the product since at least SQL 2005, and someone asked whether the keyboard...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Developer Conference is Coming!

    If you missed PDC, you're in luck. We're bringing the best of PDC to a city near you. You can check it out - the site is up, the agenda is listed, and registration is live (register with RSVP code MDCEXTB)!  
  • Blog Post: MSDN Events comes to Des Moines & Kansas City

    We're back on the road this week with more MSDN Event goodness. Tuesday is Des Moines where my good friend from Florida ( Russ Fustino ) will be bringing the Tool Shed to the greater midwest, and then Thursday I'll be delivering the sessions in Kansas City . The topics we're covering this week include...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Summer Event Links

    As promised yesterday at the St. Louis MSDN Event in Clayton, here are the links to the additional information in the slide deck. I've also posted the code from the WPF Bonanza project we built onto www.BenkoTIPS.com/code so you can take a look for yourself at what we did. The slide decks will be available...
  • Blog Post: On the road with MSDN Events

    We're back on the trail with Microsoft Across America and more developer "What's Possible". This time we're talking about WPF, Vista and What's New with Service Pack 1 for Visual Studio 2008 and .NET 3.5. You can read more about the abstracts for the sessions at http://msdnevents.com but I...
  • Blog Post: Where can I register for MSDN Events?

    Until we get the www.MSDNEvents.com site up to date you can search for and register on the site https://msevents.microsoft.com by clicking the advanced search box and selecting your city. I found that I needed to turn off all but the "In Person" event type check boxes, otherwise you also get...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming MSDN Event Topics

    Picking topics for sessions we present at MSDN Events is always an exciting task. Trying to figure out what is interesting, useful and timely topics that ultimately help developers understand and adapt the the rapidly changing technical landscape can be challenging to say the least. We'll be updating...
  • Blog Post: Launch Demo Code Posted

    I have been on the Visual Studio Launch Tour visiting Chicago, Des Moines, Madison, Omaha, Kansas City and St. Louis over the last couple months. As part of that we've been showing new features of Visual Studio for web development. I've uploaded the sample web site code from the Visual Studio Launch...
  • Blog Post: How to encrypt the Web.Config

    In the security session we did I showed in one of the sample how you can encrypt the web.config file by adding code to the global.asax file. The cool part of this is that using this technique you can secure application specific settings like connection strings and other data in the unlikely event that...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Security Session Links

    Technorati Tags: MSDN MSDN Events is back! It's a new year and this week I'm back on the road delivering MSDN events again. The topics we're covering include ASP.NET Membership, IIS 7.0 and Hacker Tricks...we show how the exploits work and what you can do to prevent them. In the presentation we've got...
  • Blog Post: WCF Performance and Deployment Webcast

    Technorati Tags: FMC MasterClass , WCF Yesterday I delivered the most recent addition to the Framework MasterClass Webcast Series on WCF Performance and Deployment. We covered issues surrounding the deployment and scalability of WCF services as hosted by IIS and Windows Activation Service. As per...
  • Blog Post: Partially Speaking…

    A good question on Partial Methods Yesterday in Kansas City I got a question during the LINQ session about partial methods and how they're implemented. This is a new feature found in Orcas Beta 2, and as such, we had a good discussion. I said I'd follow up with a blog post on the topic, so here it...
  • Blog Post: On the road with LINQ, WCF and Silverlight

    …With a boulder on my shoulder feelin' kinda older I tripped the merry-go-round With this very unpleasing sneezing and wheezing the calliope crashed to the ground… -Bruce Springsteen T his quarter we're back on the road bringing some great technology & tools for building software that takes...
  • Blog Post: Some CardSpace resources

    here's some links about cardspace: http://dotnetslackers.com/articles/security/Microsoft_CardSpace_Using_a_Card.aspx http://chewedpencil.net/blogs/tomas/archive/tags/CardSpace/default.aspx Managed Cards: http://cardspace.netfx3.com/files/folders/samples_rc_1/entry5996.aspx Casadehambone...
  • Blog Post: What’s next at MSDN Events?

    We've been busy the last few months helping to launch Vista and Office 2007, maybe you've joined me at one of my sessions around the country. I have to admit that it's been a bit of a blur. I've been on the road every week since Christmas it seems, speaking at user groups, launch events, and other functions...
  • Blog Post: Vista & Office Resource Links

    I have to give credit where credit is due. My teammate Ron Cundiff (go Chiefs? Oh yeah, I meant da'Bears) has put together an awesome collection of links for where to get more information about the Vista & Office Launch technologies. If you've been to an event you've seen what is possible with these...
  • Blog Post: Ante up! The game is back in town!

    That's right. We're back on the road delivering the launch events for Microsoft Office 2007 and Windows Vista in cities around the US. We've got some great information on what developers need to know to take advantage of these new platforms. If you're interested in joining us, go to http://www.msdnevents...
  • Blog Post: What's new?

    MSDN Events gives us a chance to connect with people from all around the country to show what's possible with the new technologies. This quarter we're talking about 3 great new products and tools that address holes in the technology map and provide innovative ways to address challenges of building complex...
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