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  • Blog Post: The Benefits of .NET University

    Robin highlights some of the great stuff that comes out of running and attending a .NET University : The Roanoke Valley .NET User Group (RV.NUG) is using .NET University for their September meeting. We had to make a few adjustments from the normal monthly meeting but it has received great reviews and...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2007 Workflows - Sahil Malik

    Local speaker and blogger Sahil Malik has just posted the 4th part in a series on Sharepoint 2007 Workflows and Visual Studio 2005...check them out: Table of Contents for on SharePoint 2007 WF Authoring using VS2005. 1. Setting up your environment for writing VS2005 workflows . 2. Writing an ultra basic...
  • Blog Post: .NET U comes to Roanoke, VA

    From community guru Robin Edwards , of RVNUG : Get Ready For Roanoke Valley .NET User Group Training With .NET University! Rather than our usual meeting at the Roanoke County Public Safety Building we will be providing training the first two Thursdays in September at the Virginia Western Community College...
  • Blog Post: Rock NUG

    Here's an announcement from Dean Fiala, who's one of the driving forces behind a new .NET user group in Rockville, MD... RockNUG . I'll be presenting on WPF at the first meeting, which will be on June 13th at the Rockville campus of Montgomery College, so don't miss it. I'll post directions as soon as...
  • Blog Post: Useful WCF Tools

    This week, I'm in a class on .NET 3.0, and already getting some useful tidbits. For example, there are a couple of very useful tools for building services in WCF. One is the Service Configuration Editor, which provides a visual editor for .config files for WCF services, allowing you to edit your WCF...
  • Blog Post: Web Wednesday: ASP.NET AJAX Overview

    Tomorrow is Web Wednesday again, and tomorrow we'll be looking at the ASP.NET AJAX Framework , currently in the Beta 2 release. This is the first of three devCasts on ASP.NET AJAX...next week we'll look at the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit, and the following week we'll do a deep dive into the ASP.NET...
  • Blog Post: Vista is released to manufacturing

    RTM! A big milestone, and one that will provide developers with the ability to comfortably move forward with .net 3.0 projects. Next up... Orcas ! See here for Windows Vista availability dates.
  • Blog Post: .net Framework 3.0 is now released!

    Get 'em: .net Framework 3.0 runtime Windows SDK for .net Framework 3.0 And don't forget to keep up with http://www.netfx3.com/ for the latest downloads, samples, etc.
  • Blog Post: BaltoMSDN WPF Materials

    Last Wednesday, I had the pleasure of presenting at the BaltoMSDN user group in Hunt Valley, MD on Windows Presentation Foundation. It was a lively group, with lots of questions, both on WPF as well as on related (and not-so-related) technologies. I've gotten several requests since the meeting for...
  • Blog Post: Making an Ajax Toolkit CollapsiblePanelExtender work with a DataList

    So I've been working on the web site for .NET University , a site devoted to helping folks train up on .net 3.0, which is the brainchild of my Atlanta counterpart, Doug Turnure . One of Doug's great community guys, Brendon Schwartz , created a nice HTML template for the site, and I spent a few hours...
  • Blog Post: Design information for the Microsoft Dev Platform

    Nifty new site for designers targeting Windows applications (or Web applications targeting Windows Server): http://www.nextdesignnow.com/ Topics from Windows Vista, Windows Presentation Foundation, Expression, etc.
  • Blog Post: .net 3.0 June CTP

    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/
  • Blog Post: CapArea .net April Meeting - Windows Workflow Foundation

    From my friends at the Capital Area .net User Group : Tuesday, April 25, 2006 (EST) - Windows WorkFlow Foundation Speaker : Vishwas Lele Location : AT&T Building, 1900 Gallows Road, Tysons Corner Come learn how to integrate workflow processing into your applications with Windows Workflow...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Integration and Connected Systems User Group - February Meeting

    MICSUG meets every second month on the fourth Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM in Microsoft's Reston, Virginia facility. At our next meeting, Brian Noyes of iDesign will speak about Connecting Smart Client Applications with Windows Communication Foundation. This will be on February 23rd 2006 at 7:00...
  • Blog Post: New User Group: MICSUG

    There's a new user group in the area, targeting integration and connected systems technologies. It's called the Microsoft Integration and Connected Systems User Group (MICSUG) , and their website is at http://groups.msn.com/micsug . The group will focus on BizTalk Server, Windows Communication Foundation...
  • Blog Post: Making the leap with Windows Vista Beta 1

    So I'm on my third install of Windows Vista Beta 1 (fourth, if you include installing on Virtual PC), and I figured it's probably a good time to share some of my experiences. On VPC : If your goal is to get the full Aero Glass experience (window animations, translucent window borders, etc.)...
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