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    LINQ to SQL vs. LINQ to Entities Smackdown!

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    OK, maybe not a smackdown... but it sure sounded like a good title. There's a great paper on MSDN that describes the similarities and differences in LINQ to SQL and LINQ to Entities from the Entity Framework. I have done a bunch of LINQ demos recently...
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    WCF and Custom Bindings

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    In this post, I am going to create a custom binding on the service side that does the same exact thing as the basicHttpBinding does, and then we'll call that service from a client configured to use the basicHttpBinding on the client to prove it works...
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    Finally... Justice for my Friend, Rocky

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    Since I don't live in Atlanta anymore, I hadn't gotten the news that Rodney Battles was finally convicted for murdering my friend Rocky Tucker . I hope that Ruby Tucker can find some peace now that the trial is over.
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    Another Great Day to be a Dad

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    I just got this email from my wife about my 5-year old daughter. Avery just called home... she's STUDENT OF THE MONTH! :)- It is a great day to be a dad.
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    What's In a WCF Binding, And What Can My Service Do Right Now?

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    I saw an interesting question in an internal mailing list, asking how to show the binding name for an endpoint. The real purpose for the question was to demo how, using WAS, you can host a service with multiple endpoints and still get the IIS activation...
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    Modify Message Content With WCF

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    Plenty of resources talk about extensibility in WCF, and mention IClientMessageInspector and IDispatchMessageInspector as ways to look at the content of a message, usually dumping to some sort of log. In this post, I'll highlight their obvious strength...
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    SEC is the Toughest Conference in 2007

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    LSU is undisputed as the #1 team (despite fuzzy BCS math allowing LSU to leapfrog Georgia when Ohio State didn't have to play anyone...). Great news is that Georgia finished the season at #2, even receiving 3 first place nods. This makes the SEC the first...
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    Georgia Routs Undefeated Hawaii

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    For the past week, each sports writer covering the Georgia and Hawaii matchup could not resist two little words in their interviews and articles. Boise State. In January 2007, underdog Boise State upset hugely favored Oklahoma. Many writers, looking...
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