October, 2006

  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Microsoft and Zend announce Technical Partnership: Enhancing PHP on Windows

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    The Zend/PHP Conference & Expo is going on this week out in San Jose, California. Bill Hilf, from the Microsoft open-source labs, announced this morning at the keynote that Microsoft & Zend are working together to enhance PHP on Windows. That...
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    Microsoft AJAX Library at the AJAX Experience Conference in Boston

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    This week I'm attending the AJAX Experience conference up in Boston, Ma. There are couple of folks from the Internet Explorer and ASP.NET AJAX library teams here to participate. Microsoft has a booth where we are talking about both products with the attendees...
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    Announcing 'devStream' for Developers

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    Today marks exactly one year since I've taken on the Developer Evangelist role at Microsoft here in New Jersey and New York. Since then, I've gotten to meet many wonderful folks in the area developer community via various user groups, code camps, and...
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    Cinderella, your 'killer' mobile app has arrived!

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    Thank you NJ Transit! Thank you NJ Transit! Thank you NJ Transit! Can I say it again?! Thank YOU NJ Transit!!! You may be wondering why I am lavishing so much praise upon the transit agency that many Jersey residents have a love/hate relationship...
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    Welcome Chris Bowen to Microsoft in New England

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    For those of you who live up in New England, we have new Developer Evangelist who is joining the team. Welcome Chris Bowen to Microsoft! Chris has been an active member of the New England developer community for some time now. He's now swallowed the blue...
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    BarCampNYC2 Round-Up

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    Wow! BarCampNYC2 has finally come and gone. I had such a great time meeting so many folks and participating in lots of various discussions . Thanks to all of the BarCamp organizers who worked hard to make the event a success! And thanks to the many other...
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    Vista RDP Client Supports ClearType on XP

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    Wow! Now this is something I've been wishing for, for a long time now. I have two flat panel monitors at home connected to my home PC. I hate working off of a laptop screen for any long period of time. However, most of my work-related files and applications...
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    Visual Studio support on Vista

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    Via Tim ... Some important news came out recently regarding visual studio 2005 and visual studio version support on vista. you can read about it on soma's blog here , but here are some nutshell bullets: Visual Studio 2005 SP1 Beta released today - pending...
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    Internet Explorer Add-on Contest: Want to go to Vegas?

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    If you haven't heard by now, IE7 for Windows XP & 2003 was released on Thursday last week! Congrats to the new IE team for getting this release out. Now that IE7 is out the door, the IE team has announced a contest to create the best new add-ons for...
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    WOXY.com Lives!

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    After listening to WOXY go off the air about three weeks ago, I figured it was the end of an era . But since then, various rumors had been floating around in the WOXY message boards about a resurection. Then, it was announced on the site last week that...
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    XSDClassGen for .NET 2.0

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    Via Dino ... If you model your data types in XSD, then maybe you have used xsd.exe, in the .NET Framework SDK. It can generate a .NET class from an XSD, and so can be really useful in the general domain of "XML Data binding" as they call it in the Java...
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    XPathmania - Cool plug-in to support XPath development in Visual Studio 2005

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    If you spend a lot of time working with XPath, you probably know that it's not as easy as it could be in Visual Studio 2005. Back in July, our local resident XML-guru, Don Demsak (a.k.a. DonXml) released a really cool open-source plug-in to support XPath...
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    Announcing New Jersey Code Camp III

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    Via Scott Watermasyk ... Looks like Code Camp III for New Jersey will be taking place on Saturday November 18, 2006 in the Microsoft office in Iselin, NJ. Attendee registration will be opened up in the next couple of weeks. Keep an eye on NJCodeCamp.org...
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    Please Register for the NYC .NET Developers Group scheduled for Thursday Oct 19th!

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    Normally, registration is never required at a user group. However, due to the recent tightening of security at the building where the Microsoft office is located, the guards are now requiring a list of all visitor names so they can be signed in at arrival...
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    NY PC Visual Basic SIG Meeting with Peter Ward

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    The NY PC Visual Basic SIG is meeting on Wednesday, November 8th in the Microsoft NYC office . Peter Ward, from WardyIT Solutions , will be doing a talk about SQL Server Automation and Server Management Objects (SMO) using Visual Basic .NET. For more...
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    Taking the plunge

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    I did it yesterday! I took the plunge and installed Vista + Office 2007 on my main work machine which is a Toshiba M4 laptop. That's right... barring any major show stoppers I encounter in the next couple of days, I'll be looking at XP through my rearview...
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    October Area User Group Meetings

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    Here's the line up for October: New Jersey NJ MS Developers Group – Thursday, October 5th – Microsoft Office SharePoint System - Sonya Lidov, Microsoft NJ Enterprise VB User Group – No Meeting this month Northern NJ User Group (N3UG) – Tuesday, October...
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    .NET University

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    My colleague Doug Turnure down in Atlanta came up with this cool idea. Check out .NET University for a great way to learn about .NET 3.0 for free. .NET University is a way for anyone to get to a set of overview courseware for each of the 4 new technologies...
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    Check out DZone.com

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    It's like digg, but for developers! I got a chance to meet the guys behind dzone.com at the AJAX Experience conference last week. It's a community driven site where the users control which content makes it popular on the front page. The items that make...
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