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    Sometimes nothing beats a whiteboard

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    Imagine you showed up to one of the Microsoft offices in Redmond with a question on CLR compatibility like "Will my .NET 2.0 apps work on the 1.1 runtime?" Imagine that instead of being handed a white paper or given a URL, they actually walked you back...
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    Gadget envy

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    I've been using an HP h6315 for a while . Despite occassional annoyances, I think it's a pretty cool device. It came with a clip-on keyboard that I hardly ever use (I got a ThinkOutside Bluetooth keyboard that is fantastic). Anyway, a newer model that...
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    Soliciting feedback on event descriptions...

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    We're putting together some of our marketing materials for next quarter's MSDN Events. I'm interested in your opnions of the session abstracts in this post (read on to find them). Do they make you feel compelled to see the content? Do you like the titles? Are these too "markety" for developers? Your feedback is welcome! Thanks. ...
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    Registration for the South Carolina Code Camp 2.0 is now open!

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    Registration for the South Carolina Code Camp is now open. The camp will be held September 16-17 in the Greenville/Spartanburg area. Sign up today and mark your calendars!
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    MSDN Events coming to North Carolina next week

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    Just a friendly reminder that next week I'll be in North Carolina with some awesome content for MSDN Events. We'll be covering Web Services from the basics of an ASMX page all the way up through WSE 2.0, as well as how to access SQL Server 2005 data with...
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    Taking the plunge...

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    I'm entering the world of blogging by launching this site with news, info and links that developers in the Southeast (and anything else for that matter) would probably find interesting. We'll see how it goes. If anyone reads this and has opinions, please...
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    First Look at Silverlight 2 - ScottGu's Blog

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    OK, hopefully you're already a reader of Scott Guthrie's blog, but if not, he just released some great information on Silverlight 2. I can't wait to see this and more at MIX in a few weeks! First Look at Silverlight 2 - ScottGu's Blog
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    Rockin' and rollin' at DevDays

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    Wow, my first 2 DevDays (Raleigh and Charlotte) are behind me and I had a really good time. Presenting the Data Access session in the SmartClient track was a lot of fun, and fortunately for me I didn't have any crashes (which is more than I can say for...
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    Two webcasts today!

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    http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032247194&Culture=en-US and http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032247203&Culture=en-US
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    Read Office 2007 files on your Windows Mobile 5 (or 6) device

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    For the longest time I was bummed that when I'd get an attachment in email that was a DOCX, XLSX or PPTX file, I couldn't read it on my Windows Mobile 5.0 Qtek 9100. Well now I'm happy because there's an upgrade that lets you do just that. Download it...
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    WS-Security becomes a formal standard

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    WS-Security, the proposed standards for security around web services, has just become OASIS standards. That means that you can look for Microsoft's WSE 2.0 to incorporate those standards. This is a major milestone in the web services area. The announcement...
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    I'm Mario???

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    I am Mario . I like to jump around, and would lead a fairly serene and aimless existence if it weren't for my friends always getting into trouble. I love to help out, even when it puts me at risk. I seem to make friends with people who just can't stay...
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    Atlanta Geek Dinner Redux (and why I haven't blogged in a while)

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    Sorry for the long blogging break. Summer gets that way, you know? Even now I'm supposedly on vacation this week. Or should I say, I'll start my vacation after I finish this, and these, and that other thing... Oh well. Taking a break from blogging...
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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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    Next week: Greenville, SC and Atlanta MSDN Events

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    I've been off the road for a while, helping to prepare the next quarter's content for MSDN Events (which is going to knock your socks off by the way!). I can tell you that it's a deep dive into ASP.NET 2.0 where you'll see cool UI stuff, great data stuff...
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    Attend an MSDN Event, Win A Car!!!

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    Really. Win a car. It actually happened to someone in Greensboro, NC who attended my event. The Microsoft Across America truck was at the event, and people who toured the truck were entered in a drawing to win a car. One of my attendees, Bob Gusek, was...
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    MSDN Event and .NET Pub Club this week - Raleigh and Charlotte

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    After not being there for a year, I am looking forward to being back in Raleigh for the MSDN Event. It's at the Hilton North Raleigh. Register for the event if you haven't already. And following the MSDN event, we'll be having a .NET Pub Club at a nearby...
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    Kickoff of Windows Vista and Office 2007 Launch events (for Developers)

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    Well, after months of planning, umpteen conference calls, at least a dozen content revisions, and one rough karaoke song at a team meeting practicing delivery... ...we finally kicked of our launch tour starting in Greenville, SC. There was a great crowd...
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    We christen you... Windows Vista

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    Yesterday at MGB, Brian Valentine and Kevin Johnson announced the product name for what we've been calling "Longhorn" for a longtime now. World, meet Windows Vista !
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    Cool article about usage scenarios for web services in SQL Server 2005

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    I just read this recent article on MSDN that covers some neat aspects about how native XML web services in SQL Server 2005 might be used. Of particular interest is the samples of PERL scripts for executing T-SQL via SOAP.
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    Windows Phone 7 devices arrive in the Southeast!

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    I have just been given an allocation of Windows Phone 7 devices to share with the local developer community (Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina). If you are in one of those states, and are building a Windows Phone 7 application...
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    Does the Raleigh dev community have Atlanta's number???

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    Dear Atlanta, How have you been? Hot? Me too. Should be getting better soon, though. How are your Braves? Good, good... Anyway, I know that you feel privileged to be host to one of the only two MSDN Events here in the south this next quarter, specifically...
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    A VB joke

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    Q: How can you tell you're being picked up by a VB programmer? A: They say "Hey, want to come back to My.Place?"
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    Upcoming MSDN Events in GA/SC/NC beginning next week!

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    On Tuesday, 4/18, I'll be presenting an MSDN Event in Charleston, SC (click link to register). It's going to be a great afternoon of productivity enhancements like ASP.NET 2.0 web parts, great new features of C# and VB, and a overview of the great new...
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    Tip for tabs in IE7

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    Here's a tip that I just stumbled across - thought I'd share. In IE7, clicking a link with the mouse wheel opens it up in a new tab! Cool timesaver!
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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