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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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    October MSDN Events in the Southeast

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    In October, MSDN Events is going to bring you great new content on ASP.NET 2.0 Membership and Personalization, Object Oriented Programming with VB.NET, Optimizing ASP.NET 1.1 Web Applications, and a mini-demo of integrating your code with MapPoint Web...
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    Webcast from 9/9/2004 - Best Practices for CLR Objects in SQL Server 2005

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    This article is a follow-up to my webcast and includes a few questions that came up during the webcast that weren't answered and that now I have found the answers for. It also includes links to download the sample code I used....
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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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    Top Secret - Microsoft Across America RV

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    I mentioned in an earlier blog entry that I'm up here at the MSDN Event outside of Worcester, MA. What I didn't tell you is that this event is the pilot launch of of our Microsoft Across America mobile event experience truck. This is an awesome vehicle...
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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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    Useful Article: Digitally Signing Data in InfoPath 2003

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    I just came across this great article on the home page of the MSDN site today: Digitally Signing Data in InfoPath 2003 . Since we're covering InfoPath SP1 enhancements in our MSDN Events these days, I thought it would be useful for attendees (or anyone...
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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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    Just published - DevDays 2004 Content

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    Well, it seems like only yesterday that I was speaking to crowds at DevDays 2004 in Raleigh and Charlotte. There were some great sessions presented there, and now you can either see what you missed or enjoy them again because streaming video and source...
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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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    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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    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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    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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    MSDN Events: August/September

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    Well, I just got final confirmation on my MSDN Events schedule. I've listed them below. Hope to see you at one. 8/10 Richmond, VA 8/12 Raleigh, NC 8/17 Greensboro, NC 8/19 Charlotte, NC 8/31 Greenville, SC 9/2 Atlanta
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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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    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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    Can you walk a straight line?

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    This is really funny. 'Nuff said.
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    Webcast challenges

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    For those of you on my webcast today, I apologize for the network connectivity issues. At least we got through a few demos, right? :-) I'm working on answering all the questions that were asked during the webcast. For now you can catch the previously...
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    Application Block resources

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    I've just wrapped up my last events for MSDN Events until August. In typical fashion, after presenting that content for 2 months, I'm still discovering useful related resources. Take, for example, the workspaces on GotDotNet . These provide a way for...
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    Graceland!

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    This week, I (on the left) had a meeting with my manager Mike O'Neill (center) and some fellow presenters including the Toolman Russ Fustino (on the right) in Memphis, Tennessee. In addition to our time spent talking business, we managed to get in a little...
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    Good article on unit testing ASP.NET

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    I came across an article today which showed some really good thinking in solving the problem of unit testing ASP.NET application functionality. Usually, testing ASP.NET apps involves issuing HTTP requests and comparing the response to some set of known...
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    VB.NET Keyword of the Week: DirectCast

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    I'm starting a new series of blog entries - a weekly keyword in VB.NET that I find interesting, and that some of you may not be aware of. This weeks word: DirectCast . If you've been using CType to convert values, as in var=CType(expression, typename...
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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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    He said what???

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    Some of you that tuned into my webcast (or attended my session) at TechEd might have been surprised when, during the section reviewing the pros and cons of Windows authentication, I stated the following: “So disadvantages are along the same lines...
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    Tech·Ed - Day 1

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    This week I'm here in San Diego for Microsoft's TechEd conference. The day began with a keynote from Steve Ballmer. Steve really put forth Microsoft's position on how we are continuing to drive innovation, but at the same time creating infratstructures...
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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