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  • Blog Post: MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - Q1 2010

    MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - Q1 2010 Edition The MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow is a free developer event with a southern flair, where you will learn about some of the latest developments in Microsoft technologies. For Q1 2010, join Microsoft Evangelists Glen Gordon, Joe Healy and Brian Hitney as...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - September 2009

    MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - September 2009 Edition The MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow is a free developer event with a southern flair, where you will learn about some of the latest developments in Microsoft technologies. For September, 2009, join Microsoft Evangelists Glen Gordon and Brian Hitney...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - June 2009

    MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - June 2009 Edition The MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow is a free developer event with a southern flair, where you will learn about some of the latest developments in Microsoft technologies. For June, 2009 the Roadshow will be presented by Architect Evangelist Chad Brooks...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - March 2009

    MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - March 2009 Edition The MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow is a free developer event with a southern flair, where you will learn about some of the latest developments in Microsoft technologies. For March, 2009 the Roadshow will be presented by Architect Evangelist Chad Brooks...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - December 2008

    MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - December 2008 Edition The MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow is a free developer event with a southern flair, where you will learn about some of the latest developments in Microsoft technologies. For December, 2008 the Roadshow will be presented by Architect Evangelist Chad...
  • Blog Post: TechDays '08 Atlanta

    Tech Days '08 is in Atlanta on September 23-25, 2008 at the Sheraton Atlanta downtown . More information is at http://www.msdnevents.com/atlanta . In addition to the main sessions, during those 3 days we will be holding additional developer and architect talks in the morning. These Chalk Talks (listed...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - September 2008

    MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow - September Edition The MSDN Southern Fried Roadshow is a half day free developer event with a southern flair, where you will learn about some of the latest developments in Microsoft technologies. For September, 2008 the Roadshow will be presented by Architect Evangelist...
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  • Blog Post: Flash Survey

    I appreciate you clicking on the link in the MSDN Flash! Please leave comments below about what you'd like to see more of in the Flash. Please don't blog about this article as I want to track the number of reads directly from the link in the Flash. Thanks. -Glen
  • Blog Post: User Groups in the Southeast

    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-Salem, meets on the first Tuesday of each month....
  • Blog Post: Presentations and sample code

    Here is a list of links for topics I've presented outside of MSDN Events . Fundamentals of ASP.NET Mobile Controls Webcast Recording Demo Code and Slides Writing Secure Code - Best Practices Part 2 Webcast Recording Demo Code and Slides Fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming in VB.NET Webcast Recording...
  • Blog Post: Webcast from 9/9/2004 - Best Practices for CLR Objects in SQL Server 2005

    Questions & Answers Q: When an assembly is brought into SQL Server 2005 (either deployed from VS 2005 or via CREATE ASSEMBLY), where are they stored? A: They are actually stored in the database, and you can get to them through Object Explorer. Q: How do I make a CLR User-Defined Function available...
  • Blog Post: Code Access Security - Demo Code

    This class handles opening a file and returning the contents. using System; using System.Security.Permissions; using System.Security; using System.IO; [assembly: FileIOPermission(SecurityAction.RequestMinimum, Read = @"c:\temp.txt")] namespace FileIOClass { public class SecureIO { private string...
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