• JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Ready for A New Day Launch Tour 2007

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    On January 30th, Microsoft will be releasing a couple of new products to the general public. You may have heard of these before: Windows Vista & the Office System 2007. Also new is Exchange Server 2007. So that folks have an opportunity to learn more...
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    Free Wi-Fi in North America (no joke!)

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    Starting next week, if you're running Vista on your laptop, you can get free wi-fi access at any T-Mobile hotspot in North America until April 30th . Personally, I'm a Dunkin' Donuts guy, but that's a nice deal for folks who frequent Starbucks and other...
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    How To Run As and Develop As a Non-Administrator for Security and Protection

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    Earlier this month at the Northern NJ User Group (N3UG), Randy Hayes delivered an excellent talk on Developing and Running as a Non-Administrator . You may think that running as a non-administrator won't be pleasant, but it's for you and your application...
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    Office + Vista: Better Together For Developers

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    Wow! What a day yesterday. Yesterday was the launch event for Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office System. This was my first time participating in one of these large launch events since I joined the Evangelism team at Microsoft last year. It was...
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    Cheat Sheets for Microsoft AJAX Library

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    Milan Negovan has compiled a series of 'cheat sheets' for the Microsoft AJAX Library . These make a handy dandy reference. Sounds like he's working on additional ones, so I'll have to check back.
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    DST Came Early This Year

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    So how's everyone doing post-DST2K7? Did everyone survive? All my appliances seem to function just fine. Computers too. Only glitch seems to be my Windows Mobile Smart Phone which did not pick up the update for the earlier daylight savings time in the...
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    Code Camp NYC II - Thanks!

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    I want to thank everyone who came out to attend the second NYC Code Camp last week. Code Camp NYC II took place in the New York City offices of Microsoft on Saturday March 3rd. Over 150 of you showed up to attend 29 sessions delivered by 25 speakers ...
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    Philly.NET Center City User Group Forming

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    The Philly.NET community has been very strong, thanks in part to the dedication of Bill Wolff and others who have led that group for the past five years. While always popular, sometimes it can be hard for folks from center city or south Jersey to make...
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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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    Building Cutting-Edge Web Solutions with Visual Studio 2005 & ASP.NET 2.0

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    Thanks to all that attended the session last week at the Financial Developers Conference . Session Description: ASP.NET 2.0's numerous new features can be grouped into three categories: new controls (more than 50 in all), new features in the page framework...
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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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    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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    Windows Live Writer: Known Issue

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    Let me save you some time if I can with a known issue in the Writer beta. Doh! My previous post, which just got posted moments before this one, was actually finished earlier this morning. When I hit the Publish button, I received the following error:...
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    .NET 1.1 or 2.0 to .NET 3.0 Migration

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    A while back, I wrote about migrating from .NET 1.1 to .NET 2.0 . I wrote that post almost a year ago, but it is still one of my highest traffic posts to this date. Well, it's been a good 6 months now since .NET 3.0 has been on the scene, yet I haven...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    May Area User Groups

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    Below is the line up at area user groups for the month of May. There are three new groups that have popped up this month! Welcome to two new groups in southern Connecticut, as well as a new group in southern Delaware. New Jersey NJ MS Developers...
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    Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar 1.0 Now Available

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    I've been demonstrating the IE Dev Toolbar for a while now to many of my customers. It's really great for helping web developers troubleshoot all of the tricky issues they deal with in the browser. It's even more useful when it comes to helping with the...
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    Blog Comment Spam

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    I used to hear others complain about it, but now it's finally been hitting me. I've been getting a LOT of blog comment spam. At first it was manageable. I could just go into the Community Server admin tool and delete the 10 or so a day that would be there...
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    Reminder: Peter & Bill MSDN Roadshow in Parsippany, NJ Tomorrow

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    Just a reminder for everyone... the Peter & Bill MSDN Roadshow is coming to Parsippany, NJ tomorrow October 16th. We'll be meeting from 1-5pm at the Hilton Parsippany Hotel, which is located at One Hilton Court in Parsippany, NJ . Click the map...
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    XNA Game Programming at the NYC .NET Developers Group

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    Speaking of Nick Landry , if you weren't at the NYC .NET Developers group last week, you missed out on a great presentation about game programming for Windows & the XBox 360 using C# and XNA. Nick recently had an article published in Code Magazine...
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    New Live Maps Hits the Streets

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    The new version of Live Maps is being rolled out this week. Lots of new features. Check out the post from the Virtual Earth team for more details. In summary: New & streamlined user interface Party Maps! Formally known as 1-Click Directions Route...
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    October - December MSDN Events on the East Coast

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    Via Glen ... In October we launch yet another series of fun and informative, and (hopefully) useful MSDN Events. We've recently had a change of topics, so when you go to register, ignore what you read there. :) These are our actual topics: What’s New...
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    BarCampNYC3 is Coming!

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    Last year, one of the most fun events I had an opportunity to participate in was BarCampNYC2 . It's time to saddle up to the bar again, as BarCamp is back in New York again for BarCampNYC3 on March 15th & 16th! Okay, there's no actual bar to saddle...
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    Free SQL Server 2008 Training April 5th

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    The NJ SQL Server user group will be sponsoring a free day of SQL Server 2008 training in Microsoft's Iselin, NJ office on Saturday, April 5th.  The event will start at 8:30AM and wrap up at 3:30PM. From the NJ SQL Site: SQL Server 2008 is an evolutionary...
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    Microsoft Health & Life Sciences Developer Conference in Atlantic City, NJ

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    Vegas had Mix.  Now the Microsoft Health & Life Services Developer Conference 2008 is coming to Atlantic City, NJ!  On April 22 - 24, take a trip down the shore to AC where Microsoft will be hosting its second annual H&LS event. The...
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    Live Search for Mobile Saves the Day

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    Thank you Live Search for Mobile! (<- yes, the name is a mouthful, but it gets the job done.) Yesterday was Easter Sunday here in the US. In the morning, my 2 year-old son had tough congestion and was wheezing, a sure sign of croup . He's had this...
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