September, 2005

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    Where's Rory???

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    OK, I don't believe he's here at PDC. Rory , that is. I haven't seen him all week, and he hasn't blogged about PDC. No one on my team that I've talked to has seen him. He's not rooming with anyone on the team (way to be a team player!), so perhaps that...
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    What's up with MSDN Events in the Southeast for the rest of 2005

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    Several people have asked (in some form or another) what's up with MSDN Events in the Southeast. Here's the deal: No MSDN Event in Atlanta before the end of 2005. That's because of a little thing we like to call a Launch Event. It's going to be November...
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    South Carolina Code Camp is almost here - September 17 in Charleston

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    What a great way to spend a Saturday - filling your brain with info on .NET from some great speakers in the local dev community and beyond. The South Carolina Code Camp is Saturday, September 17th in Charleston, SC. This free community-delivered .NET...
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    I'm all ears

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    My colleague Joe Stagner has recently launched http://www.devradio.com , a developer-oriented mediacast (or to use the popular but less accurate term, “podcast”) website. He’ll have weekly shows where you can listen to interviews with folks from inside...
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    Do you have tab on the menu?

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    [While writing this post, I was reminded of the scene in Back to the Future where Marty McFly goes into Lou’s diner in 1955 and orders a Tab (the predecessor to Diet Coke, first marketed in 1963) to which Lou replies "Tab? I can't give you a tab unless...
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    Waiting in line at PDC

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    Rather than follow my usual pattern of registering the night before it starts, I waited until the morning PDC started. So rather than having a leisurely breakfast, I'm hoping I'll get through this line in time to catch all the cool announcements at the...
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    Notes on PDC - Tuesday

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    -This convention center has a horrible layout. It's very difficult to find the right rooms to be in. At one point as I followed the crowed towards the keynote, we walked through what was ostensibly a maintenance/staging area and I thought "everyone's...
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    PDC - Wednesday Keynote thoughts

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    Saw some amazing stuff today to enable people to really give their web and windows apps killer appearances and behaviors today. Much improved from the old model of having a designer hand over a bitmap to the developer who then sweats for days compositing...
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    More

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    It never fails. People are always tinkering with things. Seeing how far they can push them. I guess it's just instinctive. Most of the time the tinkering has a real tangible sense - especially if it involves mechanical parts. I had a friend in high...
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    PDC thoughts - Thursday General Session

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    We don't pay attention to servers. By that I mean that the developer's bread-and-butter server (SQL Server) gets all the glory in a lot of situations, but there is so much that people could do to leverage other servers to save work! I've frequently heard...
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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