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  • Blog Post: Free Web Application Toolkits – Three extra toolkits released

    Web Application Toolkits are a set of ready to use kits with samples and controls that help ASP.NET developers quickly work out common web scenarios. While you’ll find more reusable components if using ASP.NET on your site you can still take advantage of the samples and scripts to reuse these on non...
  • Blog Post: .NET Developer technologies: what’s here to stay, what can you focus on? (trends)

    With the beta release of Windows 7, the announcements done at PDC in October 2008 around the Azure Services Platform, Oslo and others; Visual Studio 10 at TechEd EMEA and more in between you might start wondering what your focus should be. Chances are you currently work on a project that does not yet...
  • Blog Post: Juval Löwy speaking at VISUG event this month

    Don’t miss Juval Löwy’s second user group event with the VISUG takiing place this month. Juval is speaking on the .NET Service Bus (part of .NET Services in the Azure Services Platform). When : 15 January 2008, 18h Where : Utopolis, Mechelen Session abstract from the site: The .NET services bus is part...
  • Blog Post: Congratulations to new MVP Kurt Claeys

    Kurt Claeys ( http://www.devitect.net ) has just been awarded the MVP award in the category “Connected System Developer”. Congratulations Kurt, you deserve to get this recognition! Kurt is also a certified trainer and has participated as a technical learning guide at the Tech Ed US labs zone. He is...
  • Blog Post: We’re coming to Luxembourg: TechDays08 registration is open

    I’m really glad with this announcement, the TechDays'08 event will take place the 30th of September 2008, in Mondorf-les-Bains in Luxembourg. It’s a free event by the MS Belux team so be quick to register as places are limited. Note: the event is in French only. What will you get during the day: we...
  • Blog Post: patterns & practices: Improving Web Services Security – Scenarios and Implementation Guidance for WCF

    Last week the p&p group released v1 of the guidance documentation “ Improving Web Services Security: Scenarios and Implementation Guidance for WCF ”. WCF is quite a complex subject and more guidance on how to securely implement serices is very important for developers. This guidance now tackles...
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