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  • Blog Post: Top 7 Concerns of Migrating an ASP.NET Application to Windows Azure

    This post is part of a series called “ Windows Azure for the ASP.NET Developer ” written by Rachel Appel , Adam Hoffman , and Peter Laudati . You can see the complete list of posts in the series at the US DPE Azure Connection site. In the previous post of this series , I covered how...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure: How Do I Get Started On My Developer Workstation?

    This post is part of a series called “ Windows Azure for the ASP.NET Developer ” written by Rachel Appel , Adam Hoffman , and Peter Laudati . You can see the complete list of posts in the series at the US Cloud Connection site. Whether you’re looking to build a new ASP.NET application...
  • Blog Post: HTML5 Web Camps Coming To US East Coast in August & September 2011

    Last month, my teammates Rachel Appel , G. Andrew Duthie , and Chris Bowen hosted HTML5 Web Camp events in New York and Boston . Both events “sold out” almost immediately. (So quickly that I didn’t even get a chance to post the NYC one here before registration was closed!)  Due to the popularity...
  • Blog Post: Enter The WebMatrix

    Last summer, Microsoft announced a collection of new tools for creating websites on Windows, wrapped into a package called WebMatrix . Dmitry Lyalin , Andrew Brust , and I discussed it on the Connected Show back in July 2010 . I also spoke on it recently at WordCamp NYC 2010 back in October . After...
  • Blog Post: IMPORTANT: ASP.NET Security Update Now Available

    Last week, I posted about a security vulnerability in ASP.NET.  I shared links to blog posts by Scott Guthrie & the Microsoft Security Response team featuring workarounds.  Dmitry Lyalin and I recently discussed the vulnerability on Episode #37 of the Connected Show . A security update...
  • Blog Post: Connected Show #37 – Spelunking Windows Phone 7 Development

    In this episode, “guest” Dmitry Lyalin joins Peter to talk about building a real world Windows Phone 7 application. Dmitry unveils that he is developing a Windows Phone 7 application for Leo Laporte’s This Week In Tech (TWiT) network . Dmitry walks us through the phone tool experience...
  • Blog Post: IMPORTANT: ASP.NET Security Issue – Workaround & FAQ Available

    Via Andrew Duthie … (and so important that I’m re-posting in its entirety.) Late last week, Scott Guthrie posted a notice of a vulnerability that was discovered in ASP.NET that can lead to any ASP.NET-based application being compromised. The vulnerability in question is a form of padded...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Web Platform Firestarter Series

    Firestarter events have been growing quite popular over the past year or two. These are all free training events that focus on a single topic from intro to 300-level in a day. Feedback from past Firestarter attendees have been universally positive.  Here in the tri-state area we’ve seen multiple...
  • Blog Post: Jrzyshr Dev Guy Going Dark for a bit…

    Via David Anson … Going dark [MSDN blogging platform being upgraded - NO new posts or comments next week] The administrators of the MSDN blogging platform are performing a software upgrade and will be putting all blogs into read-only mode on Sunday, May 16th . New posts and new comments will not be possible...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft WebCamp NYC – June 25-26th, 2010

    I’m excited to announce that the Microsoft Web Platform team is bringing MS WebCamp to NYC on June 25th & 26th. This traveling event is coming to only 12 cities world wide. Of course, being THE best city in the world, you just KNEW New York would have to be on that list!  Join myself, James...
  • Blog Post: Connected Show #20 – Whose Exception Is It?!

    In this episode guest Milan Negovan talks about health monitoring in ASP.NET and what to do when things go wrong! (Starts at 24:47). We cover different options on exception handling & instrumentation in web applications. Peter and Dmitry talk about Eclipse support for Windows 7, the Windows Azure...
  • Blog Post: Connected Show #17 – Please Pass The Duct Tape!

    This week, guest Joe Stagner joins Peter to discuss the future of ASP.NET, what it means to be the Misfit Geek at Microsoft, what Plan 9 means for web developers and some comparisons to PHP.  Dmitry and Peter discuss the news with Windows Azure management, Courier tablet rumors, the new Website...
  • Blog Post: Connected Show #15 – C# 4, It Ain’t THAT Complex!

    In this episode, guest Jon Skeet joins Peter to discuss C# 4 in Depth. Jon takes us deep into the guts of C# 4, including how the new dynamic features work. Guest host Glen Gordon joins Peter to discuss the Windows 7 API Code Pack, LINQ to Bing!, Unit Testing, and .NET Denial of Sleep attacks! Has .NET...
  • Blog Post: Summer 2009 MSDN “Suburban” Roadshow Series

    We’re coming back for another round of MSDN “Suburban” Roadshow stops throughout the tri-state area in August and September!  This time around, I’ll be joined on the roadshow by my new teammate, Asli Bilgin, who is also a Developer Evangelist from NYC.  There’s a tendency for Microsoft (and...
  • Blog Post: Central Jersey ASP.NET MVC Fire Starter – Saturday December 13th

    If you missed the MVC Fire Starters in New York and Philadelphia over the past few months, I’m happy to announce that the ASP.NET MVC Fire Starter is coming to central Jersey next Saturday, December 13th.  This is your opportunity to come out and learn about the new ‘old’ way of building web applications...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC at the NYC .NET Developer Group

    Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation on the ASP.NET MVC framework at the NYC .NET Developers group last week.  Your questions were great and it was a joy to have such an interactive audience.  I apologize that I had to rush the ending, but we had to keep the meeting on schedule so...
  • Blog Post: New Release: ASP.NET MVC Preview 4

    For those of you who attended the ASP.NET MVC Firestarter we hosted in NY last month, you know that the product team is moving quickly on this technology to get frequent releases out for feedback.  On Monday, Scott Guthrie announced that Preview 4 of the ASP.NET MVC Framework had been released on...
  • Blog Post: NYC ASP.NET MVC Fire Starter Content and Links

    Thanks to everyone who attended the ASP.NET MVC Fire Starter event in New York City on June 7th .  That was the first time we’ve hosted an event on the new MVC framework anywhere on the east coast.  Special thanks goes out to Jess Chadwick , Todd Snyder , and Brian Donahue for helping assemble...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC Talk at Health & Life Science Developer Conference

    Thanks to everyone who attended my talk about the new ASP.NET MVC framework at the Health & Life Sciences Developer Conference in Atlantic City last week!  I've posted my slides for viewing up on SkyDrive: Credit goes to Scott Hanselman as I borrowed heavily from his MVC presentation at Mix...
  • Blog Post: <Table> vs. <Div>

    "Tables or Divs?" It's a classic question in the web development world, sort of like "boxers or briefs?" There is a mailing list that all of the Microsoft Regional Directors belong to. Regional Directors aren't Microsoft employees--they're independent developers, architects, trainers, and other professionals...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET MVC Framework Announced at Alt.NET Conference

    I was down in Austin, Texas this weekend attending the Alt.NET conference . Great event and meeting of the minds in the heart of Texas. (Wow, I can't believe how much Austin has grown since the last time I was there in 2000!) Anyway, more thoughts about the conference later. First off, I wanted to let...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET AJAX Client Life-Cycle Events 'Cheat Sheet'

    Local ASP.NET guru, Milan Negovan , has posted another in his fine series of "cheat sheets" on the Microsoft AJAX Library. This set highlights the client-side life cycle events that occur in the MS AJAX library when making an asynchronous call back to the server. You can find the " ASP.NET AJAX Client...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft AJAX Control Toolkit Update

    Looks like there's been another great release of the Microsoft AJAX Control Toolkit up on CodePlex . See Shawn Burke's blog for more information in this post . You can grab the latest toolkit bits here . One great feature is a new dynamic script "combiner" that reduces the number of HTTP requests needed...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET AJAX at the Health and Life Sciences Developer Conference

    Thanks to all of you who attended my sessions on ASP.NET AJAX at the Health & Life Science Developer Conference in Atlantic City, NJ earlier this week. You can now download the slides here .
  • Blog Post: Philly.NET 'South Jersey Edition' Kick off a success!

    By the time I made it down to Cherry Hill after getting a flat tire repaired on my car, it was 6:30 and an hour into the first .NET UG meeting in south Jersey. I was surprised to find standing room only. There were about 5-6 folks crowded in the hallway outside of the meeting room watching the presentation...
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