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    ASP.NET 2.0 vs. classic ASP productivity study

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    Just published this week...a productivity study that demonstrates the dramatic improvements in ASP.NET 2.0 over classic ASP. Among the highlights: ASP.NET 2.0 developers accomplished 113% more tasks in the same amount of time as ASP developers....
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    Web Application Project v1.0 for Visual Studio 2005 now available!

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    Scott Guthrie announces the availability of the Web Application Project v1.0 for Visual Studio 2005 is now available as a free download . The VS 2005 Web Application Project option provides an alternate web project model option to the VS 2005 Web...
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    Great list of widgets, add-ins, etc. for Visual Studio Team System

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    My colleague, Tim Heuer, pointed to a great resource for folks interested in keeping up with all of the various widgets, add-ins, and other helpful stuff for Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Team System Widgets Some very cool stuff there, from new...
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    Origami (Ultraportable PC) arrives!

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    The first Ultraportable PC, a Samsung, has been released .
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    Piggybacking on wireless networks...probably not a good idea

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    While I don't want to start a debate on the topic, I've always been of the opinion that taking advantage of an open wireless network that doesn't belong to you, and isn't explicitly provided for the purpose of public access, is wrong. Apparently, I...
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    May 2006 Team System Webcasts

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    May Team System Webcasts Tuesday, 02 May 2006 MSDN Webcast : An Introduction to Visual Studio Team System and the Microsoft Solutions Framework (Level 200) Wednesday, 03 May 2006 MSDN Webcast : Using Metrics from Visual Studio 2005 Team...
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    New DevNugget: Customizing Schema-based Validation in Visual Studio 2005

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    I've posted another new DevNugget to Channel 9. This one focuses on the schema-driven Intellisense and Validation features of Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0, and shows how you can create and register your own custom schema, allowing you to customize...
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    It's alive...ALIVE!!!

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    In case you hadn't heard yet, James Newkirk has announced that the CodePlex beta has launched! What's CodePlex, you ask? It's a new and improved replacement for the GotDotNet Workspaces. It's fast, responsive, and it's built on top of Visual Studio...
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    Reminder: BaltoMSDN this week!

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    From my friends at BaltoMSDN : The May BaltoMSDN meeting is coming up next week: Date: 5/17/06 6:30pm - 9:00pm Double Feature Description: Dan Kahler - What's new in T-SQL in SQL Server 2005 Transact-SQL has long been the basis for all...
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    VSTS Training by skill level and trial edition

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    The Expand Your Opportunities site has a listing of online training resources (videos, webcasts, etc.) organized by skill level (Introduction, Intermediate, Advanced, Expert), as well as links to certification info, and a link to download the 180-day...
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    Mid-Atlantic User Group Portal - updated

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    If you've tried to get to the Mid-Atlantic User Group Portal recently, you may have noticed it's now showing a "parked" domain page. We've had a little hiccup with renewing the domain name. Hopefully, we'll have it remedied soon. In the meantime, if...
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    New DevNugget: Drag and Drop Databinding in ASP.NET 2.0

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    I've posted a new DevNugget to the Channel 9 screencasts section , entitled Drag & Drop Databinding in ASP.NET 2.0 . In it, I demonstrate how you can use the Server Explorer window in Visual Studio 2005 to quickly and easily create data-bound web...
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    Philly .net tomorrow!

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    Surprise! I'll be heading up to Philly tomorrow night for the Philly .net user group at our Malvern office . Sorry for the last-minute notice, but I just found out this morning. Bill Wolff asked me if I'd do a little demo of ASP.NET "Atlas", and I...
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    Write a cool game...win cool prizes!

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    The Upgrade Your Game contest is designed to highlight how fun and easy it can be to create cool software with the Visual Studio 2005 Express editions. Among the cool prizes available: A full-size Namco Ms. Pac Man / Galaga arcade game machine ...
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    Upcoming MSDN events in PA

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    My colleague Lindsay Rutter, the Developer Community Champion covering Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington, DC, and West Virginia, will be presenting a couple of MSDN Events next week in Allentown and Pittsburgh, PA. Here are the registration...
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    NoVaSQL May Meeting

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    From my friends at the Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group : Good morning. The Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group ( www.novasql.com ) is announcing its next session for 2006 to benefit IT Professionals (DBAs, Developers, Admins, etc....
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    "Monad" is now Windows PowerShell, and RC1 is available

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    For those of you who've seen "Monad", you'll want the RC1 download links first: Windows PowerShell RC1 - x86 Windows PowerShell RC1 - x64 Windows PowerShell RC1 - Documentation Pack For those of you who haven't seen it yet, Windows PowerShell...
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    RVSSUG May Meeting

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    From my friends at the Roanoke Valley SQL Server Users Group : The Roanoke Valley SQL Server Users Group ( www.rvssug.org ) is announcing its next meeting for 2006 to benefit SQL Server Professionals in the Roanoke Valley area. Title –...
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    David Hayden on Code Camps

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    David Hayden makes a very important point about how we need to remember one of the most important parts of Code Camps...that one of the purposes of a code camp is as a place for new and/or maturing speakers to try out and polish their speaking skills...
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    Picnic in 'noke - Mark your calendars!

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    The Roanoke Valley .net User Group, and the Roanoke Valley SQL Server User Group will be hosting a summer picnic on August 5th, 2006 starting at 5pm in Salem, VA. Here's the announcement and directions: It’s Picnic Time Again If it is Summer...
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    Get your local MSDN Flash

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    If you're not already familiar with it, the MSDN Flash is an email newsletter that's sent out on a bi-weekly basis with lots of interesting info for developers. You can also receive localized information, including local code camps, user groups, and other...
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    User groups this week in Mid-Atlantic

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    Here's a list of the user groups meeting this week in Mid-Atlantic: Tuesday, May 2nd @ 6:30pm - Central Maryland Association of .net Professionals - Columbia, MD Say Hello to Windows Workflow By Scott Allen SQL Server 2005 Mini-series By Maurice...
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    Butler Area .net User Group May Meeting

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    From my friends at BADNUG : Our May meeting will be on May 31 from 6-8 pm at Communifax HQ in Cranberry Township, PA. Tony Casale will be presenting Part 2 of his talk on custom server controls in ASP.NET 2.0. Directions are at www.communifax.com...
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    Scott Guthrie on LINQ and ASP.NET

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    Scott's posted Part 1 of what will be a series of blog posts on using the upcoming LINQ query technology. And for those of you itching to know when Visual Studio "Orcas" will be out, check the comments on Scott's post, in which he provides some guidance...
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    Kind words about the MS platform for Web 2.0 / AJAX

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    Coming from a LAMP, developer, these comments are nice to hear. I had the chance to meet the person who wrote this commentary at the technology summit he describes, and I'm glad to hear that he found the event both enjoyable and informative.
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