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  • Blog Post: Events This Week – October 12th, 2009

    Here are the events listed in Community Megaphone for the next week (or so) for the Mid-Atlantic area, as well as webcasts of interest…this list includes events imported from the UGSS event calendar , and all events entered in Community Megaphone are also automatically synced to the UGSS event calendar...
  • Blog Post: Events This Week – February 17th, 2009

    A day late this week, but here are the events listed in Community Megaphone for the next week (or so) for the Mid-Atlantic area…this list now includes events imported from the UGSS event calendar , and all events entered in Community Megaphone are also now synced to the UGSS event calendar: Tuesday,...
  • Blog Post: The ASP.NET Diet Part 1 – Making a Thin Contact Form

    Given that I’ve been focusing a lot on diet and exercise in my personal life, as well as AJAX and JavaScript in my professional life, this post by Chris Love struck me as pretty timely: In my last post I waxed philosophically about the progression of ASP.NET . Today I want to start actually demonstrating...
  • Blog Post: .NET Framework 3.5 Enhancements Training Kit

    This has been out for a bit, but I was recently reminded about it, so I figured it was worth a post. If you’re looking for a resource to learn about (or share what you know about) some of the cool new enhancements to .NET 3.5 that came out with SP1, you can find a ton of PowerPoint decks, labs, demos...
  • Blog Post: Partial Page Updates with ASP.NET MVC and JQuery

    I’ve been doing a number of talks lately on ASP.NET AJAX and jQuery , and one of the things I’ve noted at each talk is the fact that jQuery will ship with ASP.NET MVC . Unfortunately, due to time constraints, I haven’t had the opportunity to do any demos of using jQuery with MVC. I ran across this post...
  • Blog Post: Events This Week – December 1st, 2008

    Here are the events listed in Community Megaphone for the next week (or so) for the Mid-Atlantic area: Tuesday, December 02, 2008 6:30 PM: CMAP December Meeting - Microsoft Developer Evangelist G. Andrew Duthie will present on Developing with ASP.NET AJAX and JQuery: It’s great to have options, and ASP...
  • Blog Post: Reminder: TechDays DC Next Week

    For folks who are not able to make it to PDC next week, fear not…there’s some good developer stuff for you, too, if you’re in the DC area. TechDays DC will be running October 28th-30th in Arlington, VA. Here’s the agenda: Oct. 28th – WebDev Fundamentals – Moving Beyond ASP.NET Topic 1: Introduction to...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Roadshow Slides and Demo Code

    I want to say a big THANK YOU (I did say big, didn’t I?) to everyone who attended the MSDN Roadshow events this week in Roanoke, VA and Baltimore, MD. Several people requested copies of the slides and demos for the presentations, and I’ve uploaded the decks and demos for my presentations, and you can...
  • Blog Post: AJAX Enhancements in ASP.NET 3.5 SP1

    In today’s MSDN Roadshow in Roanoke, VA, I talked about a couple of the enhancements that have been added to ASP.NET AJAX in .NET 3.5 SP1, AJAX History, and Script Combining. Given time constraints, I did not have time to demo this functionality, but if you want to learn more about these features...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Roadshow Rides Again – THIS WEEK!

    If you haven’t yet registered for the MSDN Roadshow events taking place this week in Roanoke and Baltimore, you’re almost out of time. I’ll be storming Roanoke tomorrow with my road trip buds Zhiming Xue and Ashish Jaiman for a full day of web development goodness. Here’s the agenda:   8:30-9:00...
  • Blog Post: Events this Week – September 29th, 2008

    Here are the events listed in Community Megaphone for the next week (or so) for the Mid-Atlantic area: Tuesday, September 30, 2008 9:00 AM: MSDN Mid-Atlantic Roadshow - MSDN Roadshow is a series of local Microsoft MSDN events for developers, architects and to some extent designers and database professionals...
  • Blog Post: Awesome News for AJAX Junkies

    Are you an ASP.NET developer torn between the built-in support for ASP.NET AJAX, and the richness of the jQuery AJAX library? Well I have good news for you. Scott Guthrie announced today that Microsoft will be shipping jQuery with Visual Studio moving forward, as well as with the ASP.NET MVC Framework...
  • Blog Post: VSLive! New York: Controlling AJAX

    Somehow my original post with the resources for my AJAX talk last week at VSLive! disappeared, so here’s a re-post…here are the links to resources, tools, and tips mentioned in my talk, Controlling AJAX when you’re out of control, last week at VSLive! New York: List of JavaScript/AJAX Frameworks:...
  • Blog Post: Events this Week – September 15th, 2008

    Here are the events listed in Community Megaphone for the next week (or so) for the Mid-Atlantic area…note that the MSDN Events in Reston (9/16) and Richmond (9/18) are being presented by yours truly, as is the presentation on AJAX at the Charlottesville .NET User Group (9/18) and the Geocoding presentation...
  • Blog Post: No Sleep ‘til Brooklyn!

    Why do I have the Beastie Boys running through my head this morning? Oh yeah, it’s because I’ll be in Brooklyn, NY this week for VSLive! New York . I’m doing two sessions: Controlling AJAX when You’re Out of Control – Monday, September 8th, 1:45-3:00pm Geocoding, RSS, and Mapping, Oh My! – Wednesday...
  • Blog Post: VSLive! New York

    I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be presenting at VSLive! New York in just over a month. I’ll be presenting on troubleshooting and managing AJAX and Javascript in applications where you may not have full control over the application . I may also have some additional announcements to make, so check back...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 CodePlex Preview 1

    via Jon Galloway , news that the ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 CodePlex Preview 1 (say that five times fast) has been released. You can read about what’s in it here .
  • Blog Post: Microsoft TechFest This Friday

    My colleague Zhiming Xue is hosting a cool event this Friday that you don't want to miss: You are cordially invited to join us in a full-day event for developers and designers. Our first TechFest series will focus on how to use Microsoft latest web design and development technologies and tools such as...
  • Blog Post: New AJAX Control Toolkit Tutorials

    Bunch of new tutorials available for using the controls in the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit . If you're not using these controls, you're missing out on a great resource for speeding up your AJAX development: Welcome to a series of tutorials that will explore techniques for implementing the different...
  • Blog Post: User Group Meetings Tonight

    Both Roanoke Valley .NET Users Group and Richmond .NET User Group are meeting tonight, both with cool topics. 'noke .NET is holding their annual -thon event, and this time it's an AJAX-a-thon : AJAX-a-thon ---- For this year's -thon, we will be focusing on free AJAX-enabled web controls. Several members...
  • Blog Post: Finding User Groups in Mid-Atlantic

    Are you looking for a .NET or SQL Server User Group? I'm hoping to make your task a little easier by adding a handy user group map to my blog. If you go to the homepage of my blog , and look in the section entitled "My Stuff," you'll find a new widget containing a Virtual Earth map of the active .NET...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Health & Life Sciences DevCon

    Want to learn more about Silverlight, AJAX, MVC, SQL Server and more? Want to get a chance to lay hands on a Microsoft Surface ? Want to do it all for free? Then register for the Microsoft Health and Life Sciences Developer and Solutions Conference 2008, being organized by some of my fellow evangelists...
  • Blog Post: MIXing up Video Apps

    A cool app from Steve Marx, via the ReMIX07 Boston blog : For posting videos of sessions from ReMIX07 Boston, we took a pretty simple approach, using the Media control built into the ASP.NET Futures July 2007 release to embed videos in the site. If you're looking for something a little more...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft AJAX Library and Interoperability

    Via Christopher Steen : Microsoft Passes the OpenAjax InteropFest Test Recently Bertrand posted OpenAjax InteropFest 1.0: Microsoft's entry . The OpenAjax's InteropFest 's goal is to demonstrate how different Ajax libraries can be parts of the OpenAjax ecosystem and interact with each other through the...
  • Blog Post: GridView and AJAX

    Another reason to love the extensibility of ASP.NET AJAX : This question came up at the Public Sector Developer Conference in Anchorage, AK. I'm trying to answer all customer questions like this via my blog so everyone has the benefit of the answer. There are a number of ways to do it, but my favorite...
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