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  • Blog Post: Problems removing GAT/GAX

    I had a couple of folks reach out to me in regards to my last post. Apparently they were having problems removing the Guidance Automation Toolkit and/or the Guidance Automation Extensions. If you look at the installation instructions very carefully, there is a link to Tom Hollander's message board post...
  • Blog Post: Smart Client Software Factory V2 - May 2007 Release

    Here is the latest version of the Smart Client Software Factory . If you have implemented SCSF or CAB, I would highly suggset you taking a look at this update. It will align very well to some things that are coming out in the future. While I cant blog about those things, suffice it to say that those...
  • Blog Post: Error Code 2869 when installing Guidance Automation "x...." on Windows Vista

    So, you are getting this error too? Here is the fix: Uninstall Guidance Automation Extensions if you have them already installed (note that you will have to uninstall everything that depends on it too) Open Cmd.exe as an administrator (find it in the start menu, right-click on it and choose...
  • Blog Post: Speaking at the Magic City Technology Council Software Conference

    I wanted to let everyone know about an upcoming event that I am speaking at - The Magic City Technology Council's Software Conference in Birmingham, AL. This year's theme is "Dynamic Software Development in the 21st Century" The event is being held on HealthSouth's campus on March 27th. The sessions...
  • Blog Post: Providing Software as a Service

    For those of you who decide to build services that extend the power of desktop applications, enhance web experiences, or all of the above this is the place to go for reference architecture on building those services. There is some fantastic guidance on security and how a multi-tenant data model should...
  • Blog Post: Performance Testing Guidance

    JD Meier , a Program Manager in the Patterns and Practices Group, let me know about a new set of guidance his team is coming out with. We are finally starting to cofidfy how performance testing should be conducted. I remember way back in the late 90's when testing Web applications was a black art, that...
  • Blog Post: Web Service Security Pattern has been released

    It's official. http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnpag2/html/wssp.asp
  • Blog Post: Problems with Enterprise Library hanging ASP.Net

    I have heard of this problem from several of my customers, and ran across this post the other day from Scott Densmore. Apparently its a permission problem - EntLib/Intrumentation is trying to get access to a registry key that ASP.Net does not have native access to. Its a fairly simple workaround and...
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