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    Sample code and slides available for ASP.NET Mobile Controls and Security Best Practices

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    I have added links to slides and demos (and to recordings of the webcasts) for 2 recent webcasts I did to my presentations page (see link on the right as well). Enjoy!
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    Longhorn News

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    One of the benefits of getting near Redmond for things like our Airlift here in Bellevue is you never know who's going to pop in for a visit. Just a little while ago, Jim Allchin (Group Vice President, Platforms) came by and let us all know what's happening...
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    Don't forget the .NET Pub Club in Columbus, GA tomorrow!

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    After the MSDN Event in Columbus, GA tomorrow, join us for some food and fun a local tavern. It's the .NET Pub Club! We'll be anouncing the location at the Event, but it will be pretty close and last from about 6 PM until 8 pm.
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    Columbia, SC . NET User Group is reborn

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    Several resourceful individuals have revived the Columbia .NET User Group (now called CAEDNUG) in Columbia, SC. If you live in the surrounding area, please join them for the inaugural meeting on Thursday, August 5th. Registration, networking and a light...
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    Question: What was the name of Jonny Quest's dog?

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    Answer: Bandit! As in RSS Bandit , a cool desktop new aggregator for blogs. Just when I thought I was reading too many blogs to be able to get my work done, here comes this cool tool. It notifiies me when there are new posts, so I don't have to visit...
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    .NET Pub Clubs in Greensboro NC, 8/17 and Greenville SC 8/31 - need volunteer coordinators

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    Following the MSDN Event in Greensboro on 8/17 and Greenville on 8/31, we're hoping to hold .NET Pub Clubs. This will be a fun evening and a chance for you to mingle with your fellow attendees, Microsoft folks, industry experts and others. There will...
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    Filling my brain in the northwest

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    This week I'm in sunny (!) Bellview, Washington. MS corporate has put together an intense 3 day training meeting for field personnel like me as well as key Microsoft advocates around the world. They've got some excellent speakers from a variety of product...
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    Where everybody knows your [name, face, license plate]

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    I just read this interesting article about technology that anticipates fast-food customers' orders . The system takes information like sandwich promotions, vehicle types in line, historical trends, etc. and predicts what food should be prepared when....
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    How long does it take to break a habit?

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    I know I should change. There’s a better way. There’s a search engine that doesn’t support a different company. There’s a search engine that actually gives a better user experience. There’s a search that needs my help (and...
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    Resources for “Visual Studio 2010 for JavaScript Developers talk”

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    Last Thursday night, I had a great time presenting to the Atlanta JavaScript meetup . We had to improvise a bit for group viewing, because no one knew where Ignition Alley’s projector was. I spotted their DLP TV and noticed that it had a VGA input, so...
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    ASP.NET Webcast Series Championship - Learn and help me win!

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    OK, here's the deal. We have a little competition going on to drive attendance to our ASP.NET Webcast Series over at Microsoft Webcasts. The presenters with the highest attendances win some gift cards to a very popular electronics chain. So, come on!...
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    Follow-up: Webcast on 9/9 (Best Practices for CLR Objects in SQL Server 2005)

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    Thanks to all those who attended my webcast. I've just written this article which includes some unanswered questions from the webcast, as well as the link to download sample code that I used in the demos. If you have further questions about this webcast...
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    Greenville, SC Double Header!

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    For my upcoming MSDN Event in Greenville, SC I’m branching out a bit and having Michael Earls with Magenic join me on stage and present a bit of the event. We’ll cover some cool Winforms techniques, then Michael will show you all best practices...
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    .NET Pub Club from Atlanta on 2/17 - follow up

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    Thanks to the great number of you that stuck around after the MSDN Event in Atlanta on 2/17. I hope you had fun. Brendon Schwartz (one of the Atlanta .NET Regular Guys ) shot and assembled this photostory of the event and pub club. Thanks, Brendon!
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    A new member of the VSTS family is on the way!

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    OK, so this is really a week past due, but better late than not at all! Also, I think I'm the first one on my team to blog about this. :-) Last week Microsoft announced that a new member of the Visual Studio Team Suite family - Visual Studio Team Edition...
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    Windows 8 apps for the PhoneGap developer–Motion and orientation

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    This is part 3 in my series on Windows 8 apps for the PhoneGap developer. Here we are going to focus on writing apps that respond to the various ways a user can move the device around. The basic accelerometer code in PhoneGap is generally used to determine...
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    Off and running

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    Well, yesterday I kicked off another round of MSDN events in lovely Norfolk, Virginia. This is normally the territory of my colleague Geoff Snowman, however he's been forced to take an extended leave of disability for medical reasons. I enjoyed the audience...
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    Something old, something new...

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    As I sit here in lovely Myrtle Beach, SC, preparing to deliver our latest round of MSDN Events content, I'm trying to anticipate what people will be really excited to see. Will they prefer the stuff they can use right now, like Application Blocks and...
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    Sample code from webcast "Exploring the System.Net namespace"

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    Thanks to those who attended my webcast "Exploring the System.Net namespace" earlier this week. Here is the sample code and slide deck (about 500k download) and I'm still working on the questions that were asked so check back Friday! (Note that...
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    MSDN Live is out of the gate for March-April!

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    Yesterday, I kicked off the new content with a great seminar in Raleigh. I had a very good crowd, who asked awesome questions. I was also quite surprised by the number of people who, upon being shown attacks like cross-site scripting and SQL injection...
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    Greensboro, NC : MSDN Event followed by User Group (was Pub Club)

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    Well, I'm guilty of not researching my information properly! In a previous post, I had proposed a .NET Pub Club on the evening of Tusday, August 17th, following the MSDN Event. That was before I realized that the date conflicted with the meeting date...
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    .NET Pub Club - Charlotte, NC!!!

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    The next meeting of the .NET Pub Club Southeast will be following the MSDN Event in Charlotte, NC on June 10th. This will be a fun evening of free food and soft drinks (you can buy harder stuff if you want too!). It's a chance for you to mingle with...
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    Passing the buck

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    One of the nice things about sharing the stage with local .NET personality Michael Earls during my last 2 MSDN Events is that if there’s any questions from the audience during his demos I can give him first shot at answering them. Michael presented...
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    Directions - use at your own risk?

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    So I’m up here in Westborough , MA for MSDN Events this week. One of the things I like to do when I’m on the road is play trivia. It’s something fun to do when drinking and/or eating. After finding the address for the event venue, and locating a nearby...
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    Atlanta .NET Pub Club following MSDN Event

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    First, come to the Atlanta MSDN Event at Phipps Plaza AMC theater. Local expert Michael Earls with Magenic will be helping me out by presenting for part of the event - don't miss it! Then, we’ll he holding another meeting of the .NET Pub Club so stick...
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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