Brian Goldfarb's Blog

Drinking from the firehose

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    Product roadmap

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    Just a warning, I'm wearing my marketing hat -- but there is some cool marketing stuff that you might be aware of.  I wish I could sit here and tell you all kinds of great things about the future of our tools, but I can't -- what I can do is point...
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    Returning from Blogernation

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    Over drinks on saturday night Daniel Fernandez and a few others were discussing how one can get back into blogging after taking some time off.  Is there a method to do this?  Do we just jump back in or should we justify it.  What was...
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    Why can't travel be easy?

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    I'm writing this from the airport in Seattle.  My flight to London is at least 1 hr delayed.  It always seems that when I really want to get somewhere (Barcelona in this case) that I have trouble.  When I don't particularly care, thing...
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    Whidbey

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    Keller has some good comments on "whidbey" ...  check it out, what he says is the truth!
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    Blogshares?

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    I don't get this Blogshares thing at all.. but they say if I put this on my blog I can own it.  Even though I already do own it.  Weird.  I'm up far to late tonight.
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    Web Matrix, reloaded

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    Rob Howard and I just finished making a number of changes to the ASP.NET site.  Thanks Rob for giving up part of your Saturday! While it is not official yet, you can grab the new version of Web Matrix right now!  Shhh!!  
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    ASP.NET Dev Center is online!

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    They got the ASP.NET dev center online about 15 minutes ago, several days ahead of schedule!  This is going to be a great resource for ASP.NET developers with articles and all kinds of content to as they say " one-stop source designed to give...
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    The state of technology today

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    Wired released its new Wired 40 , and it is a great summary of what technology is doing and where it is headed.  Looking at these great companies helps define the technology landscape of today and will help you think about the future. We...
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    It's coming... Web Matrix refresh

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    'nuff said... keep an eye out at www.asp.net/webmatrix/  .. you are going to love it...  lots of new features and bug fixes, a very strong build. 
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    A brief history of my time

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    TechEd is over and I've spent the last few days in detox, trying to collect my thoughts about what happened and what I learned.  There are definitely many things which will remain unspoken, but for those in the know :)... For me TechEd was...
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    the irony of wireless

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    I'm sitting in the techedbloggers.com AA meeting.  And now I'm blogging.  Man, I'm so not funny.
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    Enter the matrix... of TechEd

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    I awoke this morning to 800 mg of Advil and a nice warm shower.  30 minutes later I was on the bus headed to the conference center.  I was definitely excited and had no idea what to expect.  The words "totally overwhelmed" do not even...
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    Wow...

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    tonight was amazing... good parties, good fun.  I got to meet Drew, the guy who organized Techedbloggers.net  ... Now in for a fun and exciting day tomorrow!  But it is time to sleep.
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    Welcome to Dallas

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    "Welcome to Dallas" were the first words I heard as I stepped off the plane and had the air sucked out of my lungs by the heat and humidity.  Ahh, the South. I did not realize the city was so far from the airport, but I'm happily settled into...
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    TechEd 2003

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    I've been doing errands around my place trying to avoid packing for TechEd.  I've only been removed from the 100% humidity lifestyle for about a year, but you quickly forget what is like to walk out of the shower and never completely dry-off. ...
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    The power of the community

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    As part of our new community focus I've been spending more time lurking in the ASP.NET forums and related news groups.  Yesterday, I spent an hour in our new community room reading newsgroup posts and answering them.  At first, I answered...
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    the trouble with a declining dollar

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    I just made a fabulous trip to Vancouver.  Everyone should go.  Beautiful city, amazing shopping, bars, and the people are incredibly friendly and approachable.  I had it all budgeted out, how much it would cost and how much I planned...
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    WebMatrix Refresh

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    Looks like Nikhil let the cat out of the bag.  There is an awesome WebMatrix refresh in the works, and you can all get your hands on it soon.  Great new features, lots of bug fixes, and more.  I'm excited!  His team has done some...
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    Oh my god...... I'm addicted

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    So I started blogging yesterday. I had heard of blogging for awhile, that some famous people were keeping blogs and that people were reading it all over the world. Like normal, it did not excite me enough to be bothered to investigate. Now, about a year...
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    Reflections on ASP.NET

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    So before I reflect on ASP.NET, I should probably explain my role.  I am a Product Manager at microsoft and work primarily on Web Development Tools.  Today our enterprise tool is Visual Studio and our light-weight experimental tool is Web...
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    My entry into the world of blogging

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    just the beginning...
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