Brian Goldfarb's Blog

Drinking from the firehose

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    DevDays: web Security Track

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    The training is finally done! Wow, we have some really cool files that are all finished and customer ready. They'll get the speakers all ready to deliver some awesome content and give attendees an amazing way to review the content after the fact. Check...
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    ASP.NET Exposed Roadshow in a box

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    I've been slacking.. I must admit, I've been so busy trying to keep my head above water (ha ha) that this has sorta been on the back burner. But I'm going to try and push it out next week into production -- a DVD that has everything anyone needs to present...
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    DevDays 2004

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    DevDays 2004 is here! This is partly the reason I have had no life for the past month or so, I've been working hard trying to put together this stellar event, so you should DEFINITELY check it out. Being the Web guy that I am, I was responsible for pulling...
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    Okay -- I'm Back

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    Well I've moved my blog and now I'm back here trying to figure out how this new system works. They moved my content over, but I have no idea how to get people who used to visit my old blog to visit my new one... maybe I can get them to do a redirect,...
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    www.asp.net gets RSS

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    Yes -- www.asp.net has finally jumped onto the RSS bandwagon.  We are now sending out the article feed -- I'm subscribed http://www.asp.net/modules/articleRss.aspx?count=7&mid=64  
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    COMDEX

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    Just got back from COMDEX -- This is a conference that I had wanted to go to for a long time.  When I was in high school, and a super big geek, this was the place I had to go.  I never went -- It did not live up to my expectations.  Mind...
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    Welcome to the blogging world

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    Or I should say, my blogging World -- check out Aaron Roe Fulkerson's  Blog, good source of information
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    TechEd 2004

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    Yes, it is already time to start thinking about it -- at least for me.  I wanted to ask all of you, what you want to see at TechEd.  What Visual Studio .NET 2003 and .NET F/X 1.1 content is important?  What "Whidbey" content will help...
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    Blogging is good

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    Posts like this  are what make it worthwhile to blog.  I just wish I had more time to dedicate to it :)
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    Three million bloggers?

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    http://news.com.com/2008-1025-5094753.html  
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    Want your own blog?

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    Get it now, for free!  Some guy is hosting Moveable Type based blogs for free at weblogs.us You get a blog, 100mb of hosting (for photoblog or whatever), and 1gb of traffic FOR FREE..  what a deal -- if you wanted to start blogging but...
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    Google Index = 118 (yes I am a geek)

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    the things you do late at night when you don't feel well.. delirious even.. go see Kill Bill if you haven't -- think all the good parts of Pulp Fiction with twice the gore of Resevoir Dogs -- its a trip.
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    Actions speak louder than words

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    John Coggeshall  has started an interesting dialogue on his blog about why Microsoft cares about open source ( specifically PHP)... you should check it out and join in on the discussion.
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    "Pretentious" vs. "Snobbish"

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    JohnMont put down the results of a rather long conversation about the differences between snobbish and pretentious that occurred on a walk back from the PDC with Prashant and myself.  It even continued on into conversation at the Engine Company...
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    My ears are ringing -- about PHPCon

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    David Sklar mentioned my little PHPCon rant and I saw a bunch of traffic coming this way.  Kinda weird.  But it does provide me with an interesting opportunity... to get feedback from PHP folks directly -- So I propose some questions...
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    ASP.NET Exposed

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    A cool, free seminar featuring the creators of ASP.NET -- translation I'm sending Rob Howard or Scott Guthrie all over the country to speak to you about: Security Tips/Tricks ASP.NET "Whidbey" It should be a lot of fun, lots of cool giveaways...
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    Get the VB Resource Kit in Europe

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    visit http://www.msdeveloperproductivity.com  to order the kit.
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    TLS341 - My talk with OmarK

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    Just finished my talk with Omar Kahn on all the great new Visual Studio "Whidbey" enhancements for Web Development.  Our deck is up on www.asp.net/whidbey/ right now -- but skip that and check out this great summary ...  Why do it myself...
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    It's here... The PDC

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    I feel the electricity in the air already.  I'm at the LA Convention center preparing for my different presentations and even this early on the PreCon day, I can feel the excitement.  Logo buses on the street, PDC logos everywhere, conference...
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    PHPCon

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    Today was an amazing day down at PHPCon in Santa Clara.  I am the one Microsoft guy here and have spent the day learning by talking to PHP developers and many of the core PHP architects like Zeev, Wez, John, Sterling, Thies, George, Shane, and...
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    Southern California Regional User Group Meeting

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    All I can say was wow!  What a great time.  I did a 90 minute ASP.NET "Whidbey" talk for at least 400 people down in Southern California -- it was a combination of all the local user groups.  The folks from San Diego bussed themselves...
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    PS -- some great new articles on the DevCenter

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    Ok, forgot to mention this!  We put some great new content up on the ASP.NET Developer Center .  In particular is Part 2 of Mike Amundsen " Jumping Into ASP.NET " series.  A must read.. Plus a cool article on using Web Matrix and...
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    ASP Connections

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    So I'm down in Palm Springs, staying at the beautiful La Quinta resort.  Seems like no one is really around yet.  I've been working on my talk  and think i pretty much have it ready.  I'm looking forward to this conference, should...
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    I'm still alive :)

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    I'm still alive -- Been swamped preparing for ASPConnections, a regional user group talk in southern california  on Tuesday, October 14th (Which you should come to if you are in the area), and PDC...  The User Group is going to be fun, talking...
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    Origin of the word “dibs”

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    In a late night conversation I was asked:   “Where did the word dibs come from?”   I had no idea, so I consulted my oracle of knowledge ( google ) and found a very interesting answer – check it out here...
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