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    ASP.NET 2.0 Upgrade Central

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    Want to know more about upgrading your ASP.NET 1.x applications to ASP.NET 2.0? Look no further...there's tons of great info available at: http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/reference/migration/upgrade/default.aspx
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    Central Maryland Association of .net Professionals December Meeting

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    From my friends at CMAP: Central Maryland Association of .NET Professionals (CMAP) Tuesday December 6th 6:30 PM UMBC Technology Center 1450 South Rolling Road Halethorpe, MD 21227 Main Topic Hardcore .NET (CLR Internals) Presented by Sam Gentile...
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    New DevNugget: Work Items in VSTS

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    I've just uploaded a new devnugget, this one on Work Items in Visual Studio 2005 Team System . If you've got 10 minutes to spare, and an interest in learning some of the useful things you can do with Work Items, you should check it out . Are there...
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    Improving performance and scalability in .net

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    Just ran across this in an email: Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability Summary : This guide provides end-to-end guidance for managing performance and scalability throughout your application life cycle to reduce risk and lower...
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    NoVaSQL December Meeting

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    From our friends at NoVaSQL : The Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group ( www.novasql.com ) is announcing its FINAL session for 2005 to benefit IT Professionals (DBAs, Developers, Admins, etc.) in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland...
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    Julie Lerman at WeProgram.net!

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    Julie Lerman, one of the newest INETA speakers (and a longtime INETA volunteer), and a veteran of our first Mid-Atlantic Code Camp , will be at the WeProgram.net user group in Newport News, VA next Tuesday, to talk about ADO.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005...
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    The benefits of Least Privileged User accounts

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    A somewhat long, but very interesting, article on experimental evidence of the benefits of using LUA (least privileged user accounts). An important point they found...Power User isn't the answer. The findings indicated that removing a user account from...
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    BizTalk and Workflow Blog

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    I'm in a BizTalk 2006 class this week, and the instructor is Jon Flanders, who is quite well-versed in all things BizTalk (probably an understatement). Jon has a blog at http://www.masteringbiztalk.com/blogs/jon/default.aspx , so if you're interested...
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    Defense Users Group December Meeting

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    From our friends at the Microsoft DUG: Microsoft "DUG" (Defense Users Group) December Meeting 8661 Leesburg Pike Sheraton Premier at Tysons Corner Vienna, VA 22182 USA (703) 448-1234 General Event Information Featured Product/Topic:Partnership...
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    BaltoMSDN January Meeting

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    My friends at BaltoMSDN will be hosting my friend and colleague Geoff Snowman, in one of his first public appearances as a newly minted BizTalk technical specialist. Geoff will be presenting an introduction to BizTalk 2006. I just took a class on BizTalk...
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    Speech Server Contest

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    My counterpart in New England, Thom Robbins, gives the heads up on a contest for speech-enabling your apps. Sounds like some coding fun, and prizes, too!
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    Exciting news for enterprise Web developers

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    Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 introduced a new project-less model for web development which was designed to simplify the process of developing a web site using ASP.NET and Visual Studio, and enable scenarios like filesystem-based web sites. Personally...
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    SNARF your email

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    I know that doesn't sound very appetizing, but SNARF isn't about food or drink. It's about a different way of looking at your unread email, relative to how well you know the sender. Looks very interesting.
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    News on Team Foundation Server scalability

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    Some very cool news on increases in our benchmarks for how many developers can be supported on a given Team Foundation Server instance: For a while now I've been alluding to the fact that we'd be updating our guidance on the size of teams that Team...
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    Ever want to know why your ASP.NET app restarted?

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    Scott Guthrie shows you a neat technique for figuring out the reason why your application was restarted.
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