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    Get .net DEvHammer by email

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    Want to keep up with this blog by email? You can, one of two ways: If you're a registered user on blogs.msdn.com, you can use the Email Alerts link at the top of the page (near the RSS and ATOM links). If you aren't registered on blogs.msdn.com...
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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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    RicSSUG Inaugural Meeting!

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    There's a new user group in Richmond! The Richmond SQL Server User Group (RicSSUG) will be meeting at 6:30pm the second Thursday of each month. Meetings will be held at 4600 Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA, unless otherwise noted. They'll have a website up...
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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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    Da Jersey DE is blogging!

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    Good news for developers in the NY/NJ area...my counterpart in Jersey, Peter Laudati, is now blogging . Peter's a good guy with a lot of expertise to share, having come to our team from Microsoft Consulting Services, and having had a stint with the Patterns...
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    UPDATE: 1-day developer security training

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    I goofed! I recently posted about an upcoming free security training event for developers , and said that it was a 2-day training. Apparently that was the original plan, but it was scaled back to 1 day. Sorry for any confusion, and I've updated the original...
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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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    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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    Origami (Ultraportable PC) arrives!

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    The first Ultraportable PC, a Samsung, has been released .
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    Web Service Factory on CodeGallery

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    Interesting guidance from the Patterns & Practices folks: http://www.gotdotnet.com/codegallery/codegallery.aspx?id=6fde9247-53a8-4879-853d-500cd2d97a83
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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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    Sahil Malik on SSO

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    Local .net rockstar Sahil Malik has a blog post on enabling SSO in ASP.NET with the ASP.NET 2.0 Membership API . I haven't had a chance to play with the code, but it looks like interesting reading.
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    REMINDER: Speak at Reston Code Camp

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    We still have room for a few good speakers at the upcoming Reston Code Camp on June 10th . Even if you've never presented before, we'd love to have you join us...all it takes is the desire to present, and a topic that you're passionate about. Here...
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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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    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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