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  • Blog Post: ASP.NET 2.0's Best Kept Secret?

    I don't know ... maybe it is. What am I talking about? The Health Monitoring features of ASP.NET 2.0. It's one of the new services APIs that have been added into the ASP.NET runtime -- like membership, profiles, roles, etc -- and it's just there waiting to be used and/or extended. I stumbled over it...
  • Blog Post: VS 2005 Beta 2 + SQL Server April CTP = .NET Goodness!

    Just in case you hadn't heard, VS 2005 Beta 2 is now LIVE! It became available late Friday for MSDN Subscribers to download. (If you aren't an MSDN Subscriber ... WHY NOT???) The SQL Server 2005 April CTP is also live on MSDN Subscribers download and synch'd with the VS 2005 Beta 2 build. I downloaded...
  • Blog Post: InstallFest Frequently Asked Questions

    We heard a lot of questions over and over and over again at the Houston .NET User Group InstallFest. To try and save time, energy and my voice, I’m going to post some of the most common ones here, as well as links to more information. Can I install this with previous version of Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: GNONUG August Meeting with Joe Healy

    My counterpart DE from Tampa Bay, Joe Healy, will be present Untangling the Knot: VS.NET 2005 Beta 1 (Whidbey) Exploring VS.NET 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0 Enhancements at the Greater New Orleans .NET User Group (GNONUG) on August 9. Joe's quite a character, so this should be an interesting meeting...
  • Blog Post: HAL-PC C# SIG August Meeting and *VS.NET 2003 Raffle!*

    I will be presenting an Introduction to ASP.NET 2.0 at HAL-PC's C# SIG August meeting on August 11 at 7:00 PM. On threat of lynching, I will make sure that all demos are in C# and that there is no VB to be found anywhere in the building! :-) Where: HAL-PC 4543 Post Oak Place Drive, Suite 200 Houston...
  • Blog Post: HDNUG Whidbey InstallFest

    The Houston .NET User Group will be hosting a Whidbey InstallFest as a special event on Tuesday, August 3rd at the Houston Microsoft Office (where HDNUG usually meets). We will be installing the Express versions of Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005 on HDNUG member's laptops to play with as well...
  • Blog Post: Installing the Express Versions

    Well, this didn't happen when I first installed the Express Editions (Web Developer Express and SQL Server Express), but when building my demo image for the Express products using the bits downloaded from MSDN Subscriber Downloads, I ran into the same Framework versioning issue that I had when installing...
  • Blog Post: Yukon Beta 2

    It's out! :D I'm installing it now. Playing with SQL Server 2005 Express edition is nice, but it doesn't have all of the cool new tools that are in Big Daddy Yukon, like Reporting Services, Notification Services and DTS. And it doesn't have the administration tools (yet). And besides, let's face it...
  • Blog Post: Whidbey "Express" Editions

    If you are reading about this for the first time in my 'blog … well, color me twelve shades of surprised. Just in case you haven't heard, we've released the Express editions if Visual Studio 2005 to the web for any and all to download and play with. You can join the feeding frenzy by pointing...
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