March, 2009

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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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    ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate 2

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    Just announced today is the ASP.NET MVC Release Candidate 2 . Check out that post by Phil Haack for some great summary information. I continue to be very impressed with the team’s implementation of a framework for creating MVC styled web applications...
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    MSDN Roadshow in Jackson - cancelled

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    Just a quick note that the MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow scheduled for Jackson, MS on March 10, 2009 was cancelled. Hopefully we will see you at another event in the future!
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    My take on MIX09 – Day 1

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    I’m out here at our MIX ‘09 conference in Las Vegas this week. The web is awash with articles about the announcements such as this one. http://arstechnica.com/microsoft/news/2009/03/mix09-silverlight-3-is-amazing-in-and-out-of-the-browser.ars . For me...
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    Out of MIX, another cool tool: Web Platform Installer!

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    One of the less touted (but still significant) announcements at MIX was the Microsoft Web Platform Installer 2.0 beta (WebPI).  This handy little tool and community site makes it easy to set up web servers (including common configuration settings...
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    Free TechNet Event in Atlanta, GA April 1st, 2009

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    My teammate John Baker is bringing a half day of free IT Pro related sessions to Atlanta next week. From John’s blog: First, we’ll explore Microsoft’s vision of cloud computing, take a quick tour of Microsoft Online Services and Business Productivity...
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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