June, 2005

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    Gadget envy

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    I've been using an HP h6315 for a while . Despite occassional annoyances, I think it's a pretty cool device. It came with a clip-on keyboard that I hardly ever use (I got a ThinkOutside Bluetooth keyboard that is fantastic). Anyway, a newer model that...
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    Starting July 25th: Five days of ASP.NET Mobile Web Development

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    Creating mobile web applications with ASP.NET is so engrossing that I am spending a whole week in July talking about it. For 5 days in a row you can attend these webcasts and learn about the aspects of ASP.NET 2.0 that are geared towards building sites...
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    Randy Miller to speak at Atlanta SPIN on July 20th

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    Randy Miller is a program manager in the Visual Studio 2005 Team System group. He has been at the forefront of work on MSF Agile, which is (in Randy’s words) “a scenario-driven, context-based, agile software development process that utilizes many of the...
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    My birthday present to me - a new hybrid wireless router (runs on water)...if it only worked!

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    I gave myself a nice little present last night: I spilled water on my Linksys router. Now I can’t get a DHCP address or connection with a wired port (but I can get in over wireless). And it won’t connect to my DSL host Bellsouth. Guess I’ll...
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    I'm almost in a new age bracket

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    Some late-night/early morning birthday observations: Next year on this day, I’ll have to begin lumping myself into the 40–49 age bracket. But not this year! I have in recent years felt gypped because my birthday falls near or sometimes...
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    (Bald) Man on the Street

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    My colleague Joe Stagner gave the Tech-Ed Podcast team a piece of his mind, and a glimpse at his past (click the picture below to watch). My favorite quote by Joe: "Hacking other people's websites is illegal, and I have never engaged in any illegal...
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    TechEd is exhausting but fun

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    I'm halfway through my second day of helping staff the booth with the Windows Mobile team. I'm surrounded by an amazing array of devices, some even running Windows Mobile 5.0. People are definitely curious about this next OS, when they can get it on their...
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    Tech-Ed Orlando just opened some slots

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    If you weren't able to get into Tech-Ed and wanted to, some overflow slots opened up. You'll have full access to the whole conference but will have to sit in overflow seating (read: a different room watching on video) for the keynote address. Still, not...
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    Sometimes nothing beats a whiteboard

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    Imagine you showed up to one of the Microsoft offices in Redmond with a question on CLR compatibility like "Will my .NET 2.0 apps work on the 1.1 runtime?" Imagine that instead of being handed a white paper or given a URL, they actually walked you back...
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    Looking for something to do in the evening at Tech-Ed Orlando? Get Mobilized!

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    Here’s a great way to blow of steam after you’ve sat through hours of technical presentations at Tech-Ed: Mobilizer Madness . It’s a technology powered scavenger hunt around the Orange County Convention Center. Team up and match wits...
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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