Jerome Carron's Weblog

Microsoft Canada Developer Evangelist

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    realDEVELOPMENT_06 just around the corner

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    The response to the realDEVELOPMENT_06 tour has been incredible. All the venues are pretty much completely full and we are putting the finishing touches on our presentations and demos. I'm really looking forward to this tour because Web 2.0 is such an...
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    Developer Night in Canada

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    I just finished recording my first Developer Night in Canada that John Bristowe has created. We did it over the phone as John is in Calgary with some very cool podcasting equipment he has setup and I'm hoping he's going post a blog entry detailing his...
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    DevTeach la semaine prochaine a Montréal!

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    La semaine prochaine je vais faire un petit tour à Montréal pour participer à DevTeach. Et si vous allez a DevTeach, venez me dire bonjour avant, après ou même pour quoi pas pendant une de mes deux présentations. A cet instant même je prépare : « Création...
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    realDEVELOPMENT_06 Tour - Exploring Web 2.0 technologies

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    If you're wondering what all the buzz is around Web 2.0 technologies and these technologies can help you build better, more immersive browser based applications then make sure you sign up for the realDEVELOPMENT_06 tour. John Bristowe , Dan Sellers...
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    VSLive registration discount code TJERO

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    VSLive is just around the corner in Toronto on April 24 th and I’ll be presenting on Visual Studio 2005 specifically focusing on what’s new in VS 2005. To date I have not seen a lot of content or presentations on what’s new in VS2005 across SQL Development...
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    Report from Mix 06 – Day 1

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    Day 1 ended late but what a day it was. I’m down in Las Vegas at the first ever Mix conference . The conference is very much a conversation with business decision makers, developers and designers on building the next generation of web applications. What...
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    Windows Presentation Foundation ou Atlas?

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    Qu’est-ce qui intéresse les développeurs canadiens? C’est la question que je me pose toujours. Je ne peux prétendre connaître la réponse, mais j’espère que par le biais de ces articles, nous pourrons entamer un dialogue et répondre à ces questions. ...
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    Atlas and Windows Presentation Foundation

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    What’s of interest to Canadian Developers? That’s the question I’m always contemplating. I can’t say I know all the answers but I’m hopeful through these postings we can begin a dialog and answers some of those questions.   To that end I want to share...
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    Follow up from Toronto .Net User Group

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    Some people have asked about the PowerPoint deck. Ed Musters sent out a note with details but just in case here is the link to the presentation by Ken Wong from Navantis.    See you on the 16th.
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    Toronto .Net User Group Meeting

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    This past Wednesday I attended the Toronto .Net User Group   and was very impressed not only by the size of the attendance but by the number of folks who regularly attend the events. I even joked with the audience that their meetings are better attended...
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    Architecture on the Edge

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    John deVadoss is the director of Architecture Strategy at Microsoft and presented at VSLive San Francisco on Gen U, Web 2.0, SaaS, SOA and architecture which gives some architectural underpinning to our Windows Live! platform. Check out the video  here...
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    It seemed like a good idea…

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    What a week! I had a lot of customer  activities/engagements this past week. I had to travel out east and present on a series of topics (and carry my shuttle with me) the first part of the week. I had the financial services architect forum back in Toronto...
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    The Ardent Dev Blog

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    Derek Hatchard is the Microsoft Regional Director for Atlantic Canada works for a small software development company called Ardent Development . He's trying something new; Ask the Experts. So if you have some .Net Development questions you'd like answered...
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    Atlas Samples from TechReady

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    Last week I attended our TechReady in Seattle - a conference for technical field sales, consultants and other technically minded folks within Microsoft. One session by  Nikhil Kothari on Atlas was very interesting. He's even posted the samples he used...
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    Finally - my network favorites

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    Ever wished you could have access to your favorites no matter where you are? At the office, at home or in that internet café in Cannes. Check out favorites on Windows Live. You can add favorites using the add button, dragging and dropping them or even...
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    Mix the next web now

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    If you haven't heard Microsoft is holding a conference called Mix in Las Vegas on March 20 -22. Along with Bill Gates and Tim O'Reilly, Joe Belfiore will host an overview of creating a sticky experience and among other things will be discussing Windows...
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    Diaries from my Roku SoundBridge - Ah those documentation bugs

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    The only draw back of the Roku SoundBridge I've encountered to date is with large music libraries. The small screen makes searching across hundreds of albums somewhat tedious and the search capabilities with the remote can take time and does not always...
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    Visual Studio Talk Show - Jouets de Noël pour technophiles

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    During the launch I recorded a podcast with the .Net community in Montreal all around media toys for geeks . The podcast itself is in French but you can take a look at some of the links at the bottom of the page if you are looking for interesting Media...
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    Some final Follow up Questions from the Launch 2005 tour - Upgrading from ASP to ASP.Net 2.0

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    In almost every city of the Launch during the Q&A or in the Ask the Experts area people asked about the upgrade path from traditional ASP to ASP.Net 2.0. The upgrade was not trivial from ASP to ASP.Net 1.1 and this is also the case from ASP to ASP...
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    More follow up from Vancouver - Enterprise Patterns

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    A couple of questions revolved around the enterprise library and implications of .Net 2.0 on the patterns & practices in the library. For example what's the impact of the security application block now that .Net 2.0 has similar functionality? What...
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    More follow up Questions from day 5 - Vancouver

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    Atlas seems to be a common theme throughout the 5 cities so far, either in the Ask the Experts Cabana or during the end of day Q&A. One of the best sources of information on Atlas can be found on Scott Guthrie's blog . In addition have a look at ASP...
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    Follow up Questions from Day 5 - Vancouver

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    What ever happen to ObjectSpaces? Someone had had asked me about this in one of the other cities during the Ask The Experts but it had completely slipped my mind. I thought it was interesting and may be something others wondered about but had forgotten...
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    Ready to Rock in Vancouver

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    Well I'm in beautiful Vancouver getting ready to launch this morning. I checked into the Pan Pacific Hotel yesterday and they offered me a free upgrade with a view of the harbor. Ok Cool! I have yet to see the harbor so far it is so foggy. I'm on the...
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    More questions from Day 4 - Victoria

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    A question that has come up at all the events is whether or not the SQL Server 2005 Reporting services will work with SQL 2000? And what is the migration path?   First off you can use the RS2005 with a SQL 2000 environment. Realistically we know people...
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    Follow up Questions from Day 4 - Victoria

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    Thanks Victoria for a great turnout. Again I'm trying to follow up on some of the questions we had during the Q+A. Thanks for all the great questions!   Q1. Does the LoginView control support roles?   Membership and Role Manager Providers - ASP...
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