January, 2006

About Pla.NET Southeast!

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 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
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    WTF is WPF???

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    Last night I made an arduous journey through Atlanta traffic to present at the Middle Georgia .NET User Group in Macon. (I have to tease them that middle Georgia is like Middle Earth without the Hobbits...) Well, it was my first opportunity to present...
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    I guess moderated comments means...

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    ...I actually have to "moderate" them. Sorry about that. I got a lot of great suggestions to the article I posted on controlling the positions of multiple windows but I never saw them because my blog had a setting to moderate anonymous comments which...
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    Pictures from Raleigh Best-Of-Launch events.

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    (I know it's a bit late, but I just now found some time to put this together. Thanks to Tom Geiger for the excellent photos.) The Raleigh best-of-launch event for SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 on November 8th was a smashing success! Although...
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    Reader Mail -

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    Attilla from Norway (I'm quoting directly here so excuse the spelling) asks the following in reference to an article I posted about building a SQL Reporting Services report around a stored procedure : I am trying to conect query varuabels into layout...
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    Puzzling Windows Forms positioning predicament

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    I have a question that I cannot figure out because I can't figure out how to phrase it in a search engine. Maybe one of my readers has the answer? Suppose I have an app with 3 forms: --- ------------------ | | | | | A | | | | | | | --- | | ...
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    Hunt the Wumpus project! Teach high school kids software engineering.

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    Microsoft runs an annual high school outreach program to teach kids software engineering by building them into a project group to build their own "Hunt the Wumpus" game. This year it's being brought to Atlanta, starting with the St. Pius X high school...
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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