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    Microsoft .NET Services November CTP Release

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    Hey, news about .NET Services November CTP are available at the team’s blog . They have outlined the launch functionality available @PDC in 2 weeks time: Access Control Service Feature-Complete Capabilities The Access Control Service provides an easy...
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    Spec Explorer for Visual Studio

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    Now, this sounds interesting. Another brain-child of the MSR (Microsoft Research) Team this is a tool that takes testing into new dimensions: Spec Explorer . A short excerpt from the site: “Spec Explorer 2010 is a tool that extends Visual Studio for modeling...
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    Windows 7 Was My Idea!

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    Ha, ha! I love these clips that were made as a part of the Windows 7 campaign! And BTW Windows 7 was MY idea! ;)
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    Visual Studio 2010 Product Comparison

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    I know availability of Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 is old news (well a couple of days old ;)), but in case you are interested in the different products that will be part of the Visual Studio 2010 family, do visit the product comparison page : a lot of work...
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    New SQL Azure Explorer available

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    In case you are trying out the SQL Azure Database functionality (the relational database in the cloud that is part of our Azure platform), this add-in for Visual Studio 2010 comes in pretty handy. Now also available for VS 2010 Beta 2 as well at http...
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    DOLOTO for Web 2.0 Apps is available

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    Is your AJAX application loading-up too slowly? Do you have lots of code in your AJAX sites? Then check out DOLOTO project , that was just released on MSDN DevLabs. Doloto is basically a Download Time Optimizer for AJAX applications that automatically...
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    Visual Studio Documentary

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    Are you working with Visual Studio on a daily basis? If so, then this documentary will be fun to watch ;). Go check it out on Channel 9 , it nicely displays how the industry has evolved from the first version of Basic language, with lots of interviews...
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    Web Application Toolkits Available

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    Recently a bunch of Web Application Toolkits have become available for download on the MSDN site. The primary purpose of the Web Application Toolkits is to enable Web Developers to simply extend their web application capabilities by providing them with...
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    Developments in .NET Services

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    Check out the .NET Services blog post in order to see what will be the changes in .NET Services SDK that will ship in October. For those who are not following it closely: .NET Services are a part of the Microsoft Azure Cloud platform and enable additional...
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    Patterns & Practices: Developing SharePoint Applications

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    SharePoint is definitely becoming one of the main application platforms for developers, who can leverage all their existing knowledge of the .NET and ASP.NET to create great LOB and collaboration applications. What I recently came across is the newly...
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    DevReach Conference

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    I must admit that I really look forward to the next DevReach conference that will be held in Sofia, Bulgaria. It seems the organizers have really put a lot of efforts into organization and I do believe it is going to be a great event! If you are interested...
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    Bing-Up your Application

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    Adding WWW search capabilities to your application is now easier then ever. After the initial release of the Bing search engine API in July, which you can download here with instructions available on MSDN , Bing SDK for iPhone and Mac was released on...
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    Oslo and the Data Programmability stack

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    Read this interesting post by Doug Purdy describing the direction Oslo is taking. Basically the Data Programmability team is merging with the Oslo team in Microsoft, so we can expect a tighter alignment of the M with EF/EDM, which in my opinion makes...
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    Visual Studio Team System for Oracle Developers

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    TeamFuze ( www.teamfuze.net ) is working on a Visual Studio Team System 2010 add-in that will bring database manipulation and versioning capabilities for Oracle databases into the Visual Studio environment, of course, by leveraging Team Foundation Server...
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    Debugging Parallel Applications in VS2010

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    Most of you following Visual Studio 2010 product development are aware that there will be a parallel applications support available for .NET Framework 4.0, since parallel programming is becoming a part of the framework. You can check more about Parallel...
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