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    Dynamic Theme updates with ASP.NET 2.0 and Master Pages

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    Scott Guthrie has posted a cool recipe detailing how to allow users to dynamically update the style of your site using master pages and themes... check it out .
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    Using applicationName to enable credential sharing in ASP.NET 2.0

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    One of the things many folks want to do as soon as they start playing with the Membership provider in ASP.NET 2.0 is to share a single credential database across multiple applications. And of course, most folks don't want to just run their applications...
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    Web Service Security in WSE 3.0

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    Here's an article on WSE 3.0 security that a colleague recommended...I haven't had a chance to read through it, but she recommended it highly, so I'm betting it's worthwhile.
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    Scott Forsyth on aspnet_regiis

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    Scott Forsyth , who's part of the excellent web team at OrcsWeb , wrote a nice post about using aspnet_regiis.exe to set the default ASP.NET version for new web sites withough forcing an upgrade on all existing sites.
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    Rob Howard: Great Mind in Development

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    Rob Howard, current Microsoft Regional Director, president of Telligent Systems (creator of Community Server ), and former member of the Microsoft ASP.NET team (not to mention a really nice guy) has contributed a video to the Great Minds in Development...
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    Want to learn about developing on the new Sharepoint?

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    There's a free e-book available from download.microsoft.com. Check it out!
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    BLinq: Generate ASP.NET Forms based on database schema

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    blinq is an ASP.NET Sandbox project that takes advantage of the upcoming Linq technology to automatically generate ASP.NET forms and UI based on your database schema.
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    Windows Live Development

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    Want to take advantage of cool Windows Live services in your own apps? Peter Laudati , my fellow DE from NJ, has some good links for you .
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    Recovering from my own stupidity in a Vista install

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    I recently installed a new build of Windows Vista on my day-to-day laptop using a network install, which is very cool. Just boot to the network, point to an image server, kick off the install, and you're good. The problem I had was that I didn't think...
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    ASP.NET 1.1 to 2.0 Migration

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    My DE counterparts from New Jersey and Atlanta, Peter Laudati and Doug Turnure , have put together some great info on migrating applications from ASP.NET 1.1 to ASP.NET 2.0
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    Reducing UAC prompts

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    I've been somewhat lax in my postings on least privilege of late, in part because I've been pretty pleased with what I've been seeing in Windows Vista for low privilege, which we call the User Access Control (UAC) feature. UAC allows you to run as either...
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    User Groups this Week: CMAP, RVNUG, SUGDC, and WinProTeam

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    Here's a roundup of the user groups meeting this week: Tuesday, August 1st, 6:30pm. Central Maryland Association of .NET Professionals (CMAP) - Topics: Ajax Validation and SQL Server 2005. Wednesday, August 2nd, 6-9pm. WinProTeam Rockville -...
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    Roanoke Valley SQL Server User Group - August Meeting

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    From my friends at rvssug, who have a great meeting planned for August, with none other than SQL rockstar Bill Vaughn coming to speak: The Roanoke Valley SQL Server Users Group ( www.rvssug.org ) is announcing its next meeting for 2006 to benefit...
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    Northern Virginia SQL Server User Group July Meeting

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    From my friends at NoVaSQL: Good evening. 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.) in the Northern Virginia, Washington DC...
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    Roanoke .net User Group Best Practice

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    Robin Edwards, one of our rockin' user group leaders here in Mid-Atlantic, has posted about a cool idea she's implemented with her fellow Roanoke .net'ers. They've been doing -thon events (a DataGrid Marathon and a Tool-a-thon so far) that have gotten...
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    Capital Area net User Group July Meeting

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    Here's what's coming this week from Caparea.net : Programming SQL Server 2005 Service Broker Tuesday, July 25, 2006 at 7:00 PM Come learn about this exciting new feature of SQL Server 2005 and how you can leverage it in your...
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    Delaware Valley Sharepoint User Group July Meeting

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    From my friends at Delaware Valley Sharepoint UG : The next meeting of the Delaware Valley Sharepoint User Group will be on July 26th at 5:30 PM. The meeting will be held at the Microsoft Greater PA District office in Malvern, PA Meeting Agenda...
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    Federal ASP.NET Web Developer User Group July Meeting

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    From my friends at FederalASP.org : ****** July is bring a friend month. ****** ****** and ****** ****** July is bring a colleague month. ****** DBSolutions and EEI Communications would like to invite you to the Federal ASP.NET Web Developers...
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    Pike Street Market

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    So, I just got back from a trip to Seattle for some training, and while there, I finally got a chance to spend a morning browsing the Pike Place Market. What an amazing place, and the thought that struck me was how I managed as many visits to Seattle...
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    Richmond SQL Server User Group July Meeting

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    Here's the info from Andy : Thursday, July 13, 2006 at 6:30 PM Location: 4600 Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA [ map ] Topic: Introduction to Team Edition for Database Professionals By: Andy Leonard Special thanks to this month's sponsor...
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    Robots and .net

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    Don't know how I missed this, but apparently last month, we announced the availability of a Community Technology Preview release of a new product, Microsoft Robotics Studio . The product works with the .net Framework 2.0, and can integrate with Visual...
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    Reston Code Camp Photos

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    OK, so it's taken me some time, but I finally uploaded a batch of photos to the Mid-Atlantic Code Camp site . You can find them here: http://www.madcodecamp.com/Photoalbum_contents.aspx?Albumid=5 There's more to come, and I'll post again when I...
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    Roanoke Valley User Group Picnic and Membership Drive

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    A reminder about a cool event being put on by my friends at RVNUG and RVSSUG : It’s Picnic Time Again If it is Summer, it must be picnic time and the RV.NUG & RVSSUG Annual Membership Drive Picnic is no exception. In the upcoming months we...
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    .net 3.0 June CTP

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    You can grab the new community technology preview for the .net Framework 3.0 (formerly known as WinFX) here . There's lots of good content, tutorials, etc. at: http://www.netfx3.com/
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    Adapt your App!

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    With some cool new landscape-screen format devices (such as the Motorola Q) coming out, developers may be interested in some resources Microsoft is providing to make developing (and adapting) apps for this screen format easier. You can find the resources...
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