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  • Blog Post: New Articles on MSDN: ClickOnce, Office 2007 Business Applications

    The following new articles have appeared on MSDN: Certificate Expiration in ClickOnce Deployment Building the Contoso Auto Sales Office Business Application Part 1 Building the Contoso Auto Sales Office Business Application Part 2
  • Blog Post: SoCal Code Camp at California State, Fullerton

    Just a reminder that there will be a code camp coming up in Southern California on January 30th and 31st. Follow this link for details: http://www.socalcodecamp.com/ SoCal Rock and Roll Code Camp: Yeah… It’s like that!
  • Blog Post: Community Links LVIII

    Data Microsoft SQL Server Library SQL Server Books Online SQL Server Online Resources CTP, Troubleshooting Microsoft MSDN SQL Server Online Resources CTP, Troubleshooting Microsoft TechNet What's New (SQL Server 2008) GettingStarted Creating Your First C# Application...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft SDK for Facebook Released

    Microsoft has created an SDK to make it easier for you to write Facebook applications. Resources Read the announcement . Find out more about the .NET Facebook SDK
  • Blog Post: VSL at DevConnections

    The following talks will be given by Visual Studio Languages team members at the DevConnections Conference in Las Vegas. Tuesday, November 10, 2009 Title Speaker 10:00am - 11:00am VMS01: The Future of C# Charlie Calvert 11:15am - 12:15pm VMS02: Future Directions for Visual Basic Jared Parsons 1:45pm...
  • Blog Post: A Chance to Influence the MSDN Visual Studio Documentation (Help System)

    The docs team here at Microsoft has created a new survey to solicit your opinion on the help system found in the MSDN technical library . This the same information you see if you press F1 in Visual Studio to get help on the IDE or your development language. I know the people who create and process this...
  • Blog Post: .NET University is Live

    Doug Turnure and Mark Dunn just reopened the .NET University site.  This resource includes approximately 40 developer-oriented presentation kits that include slides, speaker notes, demos, demo scripts and webcast videos. You can use these materials in your own presentations, or simply access the...
  • Blog Post: CodeRush Xpress 9.2 Ships

    The free CodeRush Xpress from DevExpress provides C# and VB developers with powerful extensions to Visual Studio. These features include editing and refactoring tools that make it easier for you to quickly produce well designed code. Version 9.2 of CodeRush Xpress, which shipped on August 25, 2009, has...
  • Blog Post: Tech Days Canada 2009 Call for Speakers

    Peter Ritchie has posted about the upcoming Tech Days Conference in Canada, stating that you can contact him or Justice Gray about speaking slots in the Developer Foundations tracks if you are interested in the Vancouver or Toronto sessions. Click these links to Tweet @PeterRichie or @JusticeGray . Of...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Event: Fundamentals of WPF & WPF in the Real World

      MSDN Events will host Paul Sheriff in two free half day events in Southern California. He first talk is on the Fundamentals of WPF. It covers basic WPF concepts and working with data. Technologies discussed in the talk include working with combo boxes, list boxes, and list views. His second talk...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence LIII

    Welcome to the fifty-third edition of Community Convergence. Here at Microsoft the C# team is still busy polishing C# 4.0 so that is shines and glistens. Below I provide some links to recent articles of interest by C# team developers, other Microsoft employees, and community members. Included is a fun...
  • Blog Post: Social Bookmarking on MSDN

    Social bookmarking plays a big role in my online life. Sites like Delicious , DotNetKicks and Digg are places I often turn to for information or entertainment. These sites are important to me because I believe the community has a wisdom of its own that sometimes matches or exceeds the wisdom of the various...
  • Blog Post: Charlie to Speak on LINQ at DevLink

    I will be speaking this Friday and Saturday, August 22nd and 23rd, at devLink near Nashville, TN. I will give two talks, both on LINQ, both for intermediate and advanced developers. The first covers querying in LINQ, and the second talk explains the features of C# 3.0 that make LINQ possible. Essence...
  • Blog Post: Give Us Your Feedback: Take the Visual Studio Survey

    A new Visual Studio survey has been created and we would like your feedback. This survey focuses on learning more about the types of applications you are creating, which tools and technologies you are using, and how we can improve our content and code examples to better meet your needs. There are also...
  • Blog Post: Charlie Speaking in Southern California

    I will be presenting on C# and LINQ three times in Southern California next week at a series of user group meetings. The events will be held in the San Diego and the Los Angeles area . Lisa Feigenbaum will be flying down from Redmond with me, and she will do VB presentations at the same set of meetings...
  • Blog Post: Understanding the Technical Book Market

    Mike Hendrickson from O'Reilly has published a survey of the technical book market . As when viewing the TIOBE site, I think it is wrong to extrapolate any broad conclusions about the development languages market from the data you see here. For instance, lots of developers are still writing batch files...
  • Blog Post: Code Gallery goes Live: New Site for Samples

    Code Gallery, a new site for sharing samples from Microsoft and the Community is now live: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/ . Soma has posted about this site, and the C# Developer Center is tracking a list of popular releases on its front page in the section called Visual C# Code Gallery Samples. If you...
  • Blog Post: Seattle Code Camp this Weekend

    Just a reminder to community members in the Seattle area that there will be a free Code Camp here this weekend put on by members of the local community. This is a great chance for you to learn about the latest technologies in Visual Studio 2008 and other aspects of .NET technology. One of the highlights...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft User Research Study for C# Developers

    Andrew Nichols at Microsoft Research asked me to post the following for him. It is request for developers local to the Seattle area to help with testing our products. This seems like a good opportunity for the community, so here is his message: Microsoft is conducting a research study for professional...
  • Blog Post: A New Microsoft Web Site for ISV's in the Middle East and Africa (MEA)

    Microsoft ISV’s, partners and developers in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region will want to visit a new web site that provides pointers to a wide selection of relevant programs, events, training sessions, communities, blogs and downloads. This technical information will help keep ISV’s up to date...
  • Blog Post: Parallel Computer Platform Dev Center and CTP Announced

    The Parallel Computing Platform team has launched the Parallel Computing dev center along with their first Community Technology Preview. A CTP gives you a chance to try a new technology before it is released. The new parallel computing Dev Center will focus on concurrency issues and how to write software...
  • Blog Post: Traveling to Speak on LINQ in San Jose

    This event has been canceled! I will not be in San Jose on the morning of Monday, December 10 for a free Visual Studio 2008 Celebration put on by Microsoft and Falafel Software . Other speakers at the event will include Lino Tadros of Falafel, and Todd Anglin of Telerik. The event will be held at the...
  • Blog Post: Syntax Highlighted Code in Your Blog

    I sometimes get questions about how to paste syntax highlighted code from Visual Studio into your blog so that it looks purdy, even when using code from a beta product: var pred = Expression .Lambda< Func < Customer , bool >>( Expression .Equal( Expression .Property(c1, City), Expression...
  • Blog Post: Visual C# Team Picture: Fall, 2007

    Double click the picture to see the full-sized version. Top Row : Zhe Fu, Luca Bolognese, Theo Yaung, Rusty Miller, Eric Lippert, Wes Dyer, Prakash Balasubramanian, Genevieve Orchard, Esen Tuna, Keith Farmer, Tom Meschter, Don Espen, Steve Kruy, Yuval Mazor, Daigo Hamura, Vijay Upadya Third Row: Matt...
  • Blog Post: Community Convergence XXXV

    Welcome to the thirty-fifth edition of Community Convergence. This week we have an interview with C# language maven Mads Torgersen. He talks with Joe Armstrong, the inventor of the Erlang programming language. Through their conversation we get to relive the glorious old battle between those who like...
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