• JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Getting Funky with the Enterprise Library

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    The various versions of the Enterprise Library have been around for about a year and a half now. In that time, several folks in the community have built extensions, add-ons, and other various providers to make the Enterprise Library even more useful....
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    p&p "Industrial Strength" Releases

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    I mentioned in my “catch up” post that the p&p team had a couple of things going on and being released during July. Getting ‘industrial’, they released three software factories: Web Service, Mobile , and Smart Client. Here are the details on them...
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    August User Group Meetings

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    Better late than never, here we go again with another month of great user group sessions. The NJ MS Dev group already met this past week. Here’s the line up for the rest of the month: New Jersey NJ MS Developers Group – Thursday, August...
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    Since You've Been Gone...

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    Well, I'm back from a month of changing diapers and spending some quality time with my two little ones. One month... it goes by so fast, seems like it was so quick that nothing significant could have happened. But, my oh my... what a month! Let...
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    Virtual PC is now FREE!

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    About a month ago, I posted about how I used Virtual PC to build an image of Windows Vista and referenced two great blogs for info on Virtual PC and Virtual Server. In that post , I had mentioned that Virtual Server was recently made a free product...
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    Real Men of Genius

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    If you've heard the Bud-Light commercials, this is hysterical... Mr. A-List Blogger Keynote Speaker I'm still new to this whole blogging thing. I'm sure I'll grow an ego one day (who doesn't?), but please shoot me if I turn into one of these! :...
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    July User Group Meetings

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    While I’ll be skipping out on this month’s user groups to change diapers, there’s another great line up of speakers and topics on the agenda throughout the area! So come on out for the free pizza and meet your fellow developers at a local user group meeting...
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    Just when the party got started...

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    Blog vacation alert?! What are you talking about? It's only been about a month since you started blogging?! For those of you whom I haven't met, or didn't know, my second child was born in March of this year. For the month of July, I'm taking some...
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    IE7 Beta 3 -> Go get it!

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    From the IE blog , IE7 Beta 3 has been released . I popped it on my machine last night. So far, so good. I've been running beta 2 bits successfully since late March with hardly any issues. Looks like they snuck a couple of minor new features into this...
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    New drop of the Web Service Software Factory available

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    Those agile hip-hopping p&p guys are at it again… ‘dropping’ new software every few weeks! They’ve just dropped a new build of their Web Service Software Factory for July. Want to see the Enterprise Library application blocks in action in a...
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    Thanks for attending the Philly Code Camp II... Part III*

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    Thanks to everyone who attended the Philly Code Camp today! This was the "third" or "application server" edition of the second code camp in the Microsoft office in Malvern, Pa . It was great to meet so many folks in the community today. I want to give...
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    Enterprise Library 3.0 - Now taking requests!

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    Tom Hollander from the Microsoft patterns & practices team just announced that they are in the planning phases for a version 3 of the Enterprise Library . The p&p team has always worked closely with the community in the past via their GotDotNet...
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    Does fashion trump all?

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    Interesting commentary from Slate on those new Mac commercials. Basically sums up how it's all about the "cool" kid vs. the "nerdy" guy. It's fashion vs. functionality. And as Apple has taught all of us, fashion can trump all. I think our marketing department...
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    New .NET 2.0 migration PPT

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    Last month, I wrote a post about migrating .NET 1.1 applications to .NET 2.0 . My colleague Doug Turnure put a handy little slide deck together based on the information in that post. I've updated the original post with a link to the slide deck. It should...
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    Stop banging your head!

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    I think most developers out there can empathize with me on this one. It’s 1:30 in the morning. You’ve been cranking code all night, the midnight oil is burning, Conan is wrapping up on the TV in the background, the Dunkin’ Donuts * coffee is wearing off...
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    Philly Code Camp II: Application Edition - Saturday, June 24, 2006

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    The third of 3 philly Code Camp events is scheduled for June 24 at the Microsoft office in Malvern, Pa . There will be 15 sessions in 3 tracks. There are still a limited number of seats available, so register soon to make sure you get in!!! Lunch is included...
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    Use NMock to eliminate dependencies during the development cycle and improve code quality

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    During the development cycle, the scenario often occurs where Developer A is working on a component that depends on a component worked on by Developer B. Of course, B’s component isn’t ready yet. ‘A’ feels hopelessly stuck and ends up twiddling her thumbs...
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    Moments of Enlightenment

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    As this blog evolves, I’ve been debating what type of blog it should be. One of my primary goals is to help support the developer community here in the north east. To that end, I’ll be posting about local user group meetings, code camps, Microsoft events...
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    Building a custom application block with the Enterprise Library 2.0

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    Mark Seemann , an MCS guy from Copenhagen , Denmark just published a new article in MSDN Magazine on how to build a custom application block using the Enterprise Library 2.0 . I’m a big fan of the EntLib . In this article, Mark shows how to take advantage...
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    More June User Group Meetings

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    As noted by all two of my readers, I missed some of the user groups from the area in my previous post announcing all of the June meetings. While I’ve visited quite a few of the user groups in the past eight months since I started as a DE, I haven’t been...
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    June User Group Meetings

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    The NJ MS Developers group already met on June 1 st to see Keith Pijanowski’s session on Windows Communication Foundation . But the month of June isn’t over yet! Many Microsoft developers are attending TechEd in Boston this week, but there’s still some...
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    TechEd for the rest of us

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    From Thom Robbins ... If you can't make it to TechEd, check out Virtual TechEd . Thom is the only guy on my team who'll be attending TechEd this year. It's right there in his neck of the woods up in Boston. If you see him, say hello for me.
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    This just in: WinFx is now .NET Framework 3.0

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    I've always assumed "WinFx" was just a codename for the new developer technologies coming in the Windows Vista release. Now that has been confirmed. WinFx will now officially be known as the .NET Framework 3.0 . You can read more about it at Somasegar...
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    Tap into the Power of Windows Live Services in Your Applications

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    Want to build really cool mash-ups using Virtual Earth ? Want to trick out your Windows Live homepage and Vista desktop with some crazy gadgets? How about adding Search capability into your application? Or maybe you want to take advantage of Windows Live...
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    MSDN June Webcast Series

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    The folks at MSDN have some incredible webcasts to bring you during the month of June. Not only is there a great line-up of topics, there are also some incredible speakers that are presenting. Topics range from Vista-related technologies such as, Windows...
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