February, 2005

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    User Groups in the Southeast

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    North Carolina TRINUG - Triangle .NET User Group (Raleigh) The Triangle .NET User Group in Raleigh-Durham, NC meets the second Wednesday of each month. Triad Developers Guild The Triad Developers Guild, serving Greensboro, High Point and Winston...
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    Hey, website developers! Give me a standard mobile URL please!

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    *sigh* Why can’t web developers agree on a standard naming convention for accessing mobile-device friendly pages?!?! Tonight I was trying to search on Amazon for a book from my iPAQ h6315. The full interface was frustrating and slow, so I wanted...
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    Secure that trace.axd file

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    In our current series of MSDN Events , we are spending a good bit of time on ASP.NET tracing and showing the usefulness of the trace.axd file. After doing some research around the web (using MSN Search of course!) I came across some information on how...
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    Webcast: SQL Mobile and .NET Compact Framework 2.0

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    This Thursday, join me for an interesting webcast where I’ll be covering creating mobile applications using the upcoming SQL Mobile and the .NET Compact Framework 2.0. You can sign up for the webcast here .
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    Greenville, SC Double Header!

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    For my upcoming MSDN Event in Greenville, SC I’m branching out a bit and having Michael Earls with Magenic join me on stage and present a bit of the event. We’ll cover some cool Winforms techniques, then Michael will show you all best practices...
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    .NET Pub Club from Atlanta on 2/17 - follow up

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    Thanks to the great number of you that stuck around after the MSDN Event in Atlanta on 2/17. I hope you had fun. Brendon Schwartz (one of the Atlanta .NET Regular Guys ) shot and assembled this photostory of the event and pub club. Thanks, Brendon!
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    Passing the buck

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    One of the nice things about sharing the stage with local .NET personality Michael Earls during my last 2 MSDN Events is that if there’s any questions from the audience during his demos I can give him first shot at answering them. Michael presented...
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    Atlanta .NET Pub Club following MSDN Event

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    First, come to the Atlanta MSDN Event at Phipps Plaza AMC theater. Local expert Michael Earls with Magenic will be helping me out by presenting for part of the event - don't miss it! Then, we’ll he holding another meeting of the .NET Pub Club so stick...
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    Code Camps are coming, and they're intense, not in tents

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    Sorry about the groaner of a title, but I just wanted to let folks in the Southeast know about these great Code Camps, put on by the developer community itself. You’ll see great local and industry speakers, as well as a few Microsoft folks. There will...
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    At the movies...

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    I had a strange experience the other night. My wife and I were at a theater getting ready to watch Sideways (a great little film, by the way). During the pre-movie slide show of ads, we kept hearing a voice behind us whispering the text on each slide...
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About Pla.NET Southeast!

A message about the author:

 Hi, readers! The posts on this old blog are preserved for reference by generations of Internet users to come. OK, maybe not that long. In either case, Glen doesn't blog here anymore. Click here to visit Glen's current blog