Brian Goldfarb's Blog

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January, 2006

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    Roadmap for Mobile Web Development with ASP.NET

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    I've been getting a bunch of questions about our Mobile Controls and our mobile support/roadmap moving forward. We've had this page up on the site for awhile, but I guess no one has seen it :) So if you want info on the Mobile Roadmap for ASP.NET check...
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    Seeking the best of the best: Job on the Web Platform and Tools Product Management team

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    I have an open head count on my team that I’m looking to fill with the best of the best. The job description below describes the job in detail, but this is the opportunity of a life time. If you or someone you know might be a good fit, let me know at...
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    Another free ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 training offer

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    Keith Smith , who I introduced earlier, pointed me at a great promotional training offer for ASP.NET 2.0, VS 2005 and SQL 2005 by AppDev -- you can register to receive a 3 hour free training video using either VB or C# here: http://www.appdev.com/promo...
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    Cool ASP.NET 2.0 based CMS solution

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    A very cool link popped up in my Inbox today, a 100% ASP.NET 2.0 based CMS solution -- best of all it is free -- check out this blog post for some sites built with it: http://weblogs.asp.net/axinom/archive/2006/01/19/435866.aspx -- All the info you...
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    Why Visual Studio? Take a Guided Tour

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    Do you ever need to show someone why visual studio or help walk them through their first experiences? Well we've launched a great new Why Visual Studio portal on MSDN at http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/why/ . Best of all is a great Visual Web Developer...
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    SQL SiteMap Provider

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    We are almost complete with part 2 of the Provider Toolkit (in editing now to be published in a few weeks) which addsa nother 70+ pages of content on providers (specifically the MSFT ones, Windows AD/AZMan, SQL Server, etc.). In due time,we'll also be...
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    Cool Task List sample app for Atlas

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    If you aren't already an avid reader of Scott Guthrie's Blog , you should change that -- he has been posting almost every day for the past 2 months (kinda like the rain in Seattle) and has nothing but gems on there. One that particularly caught my eye...
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    Meet the Source Fource (and get some cool action figures!)

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    The MSDN Webcast/V-Lab team is running a very cool marketing campaign to get you watching and trying out the labs and webcasts. There is amazingly useful content on there online and I encourage you to at least check out the options. Plus, if you get hooked...
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    Great info on building Starter Kits (VSI)

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    You may already know about this, but there is a great article on MSDN about how to build Visual Studio 2005 Starter kits – potentially useful :) http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnvs05/html/CreatStrtKt.asp
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