Brian Goldfarb's Blog

Drinking from the firehose

December, 2006

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    Great new ASP.NET training from Total Training

    I got a mail from the folks over at Total Training today letting me know that Set 1 of their awesome ASP.NET 2.0 video training is available -- they are offering a free hour to wet your appetitie -- details below. Enjoy! Total Training offers 1 Hour of...
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    ASP.NET AJAX RC 1 is here! Download now

    We are making great progress with ASP.NET AJAX and are definitely winding down to the home stretch. I'm happy to announce immediate availability of ASP.NET AJAX RC 1 . Here is the blurb from the homepage: ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Release...
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    Get "WPF/E" onto a Web Page in seconds using ASP.NET AJAX Extenders

    Kudos to the ASP.NET AJAX Toolkit team for creating a killer extender to simplify getting a "WPF/E" control onto a page. I love seeing the agility we have with the toolkit releases. Shawn Burke has all the details
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    "WPF/E" CTP and Expression Studio Announced

    For the past several months I've been spending more and more of my time at work focused on our broader UX story, designers, and our rich media platform. It has been quite a ride, ramping up on parts of the business that I haven't had a lot of famiiarity...
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    IIS7 Beta Hosting at DiscountASP

    I got an email yesterday from Takeshi over at DiscountASP and they just launched free IIS7 Beta hosting for all customers who are interested. You can get all the details at This is a great way to experiment...
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    Which Superhero are you?

    Found this cool quiz from Frank Shaw @ TheGlassHouse , I'm Spiderman, which super hero are you? Your results: You are Spider-Man Spider-Man 70% Green Lantern 60% The Flash 50% Iron Man 45% Superman 40% Supergirl 40% Catwoman 40% Wonder Woman 35% Robin...
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    Expression Web and MSDN, learn more

    Robert McLaws started an interesting discussion on his blog about Expression Web and MSDN . I gave Robert some feedback that the Expression team provided and it has spurred a very interesting discussion. Sometimes it is hard to truly understand how these...
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