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    Whats new in the .NET Framework 3.0

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    Given the interest generated from my last technical blog entry on the .NET Framework's definition and purpose, I thought I would follow up with a post that talks about the new features in the .NET Framework 3.0. At the risk of sounding self-obsequious...
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    Mobile Code Camp - Well done, guys!

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    I have to tip my hat to Doug Greene and Matthew Hughes of the Lower Alabama .NET User Group for doing such an excellent job with this Code Camp . You would have never known it was their first time to organize one, as things went off amazingly well. Good...
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    What is the .NET Framework?

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    This has to be one of the most commonly asked questions of me over the last 5 years. And much like Godfrey Saxe's wonderful poem on experiential perspectives, the answer varies highly by who you ask. Many of us who have been rolling in the .NET Framework...
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    Why it is better to run your applications on Vista

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    I did this whitepaper back in November. I have no idea why I never blogged it. Well, I guess better late than never :-) http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb188739.aspx It's called *The Advantages of Running Applications on Windows Vista...
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    Catching up with Shawn Wildermuth

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    I spoke with Shawn Wildermuth the other day, and got caught up on some of the stuff he's up to these days. He is fairly well known both in the ADO.NET world and now in the WPF space. With all the stuff that he's up to, I thought I would mention some of...
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