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  • Blog Post: VSTS Beta 2 VPC Available on MSDN Subscriber Downloads

    This is great! Now you don't have to install the tools to do a test drive. Maybe the developer community could develop custom scripts for hands-on labs that can be shared with others since a standard base VPC image is now available. That would be a great way to help others learn the cool stuff you dig...
  • Blog Post: Language Enhangements mini-session today

    Thanks to all that attended the mini-session webcast that I presented today on Language Enhancements . As promised here is a link to the recording and the slides/demos .
  • Blog Post: DotNetNuke SIG Meets in Microsoft Malvern Office

    We had a kickoff meeting for the new DotNetNuke SIG at of the PhillyDotNet User Group on Tuesday (6/14) night. Hal Dell presented about the history of DotNetNuke and gave an overview of the software, and Todd Davis showed some real timesavers using CodeSmith to build new modules for DNN. Bill Wolff...
  • Blog Post: PhillyDotNet User Group meeting on Wednesday night (1/19/2005)

    This is going to be a kickin' meeting. The first session will be about code generation tools, presented by Mitch Ruebush, .NET Architect at ING Direct and a Microsoft RD. The second session is about distributed object-oriented applicatons, presented by Rocky Lhotka of Magenic, also an RD. Both are awesome...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming MSDN events for January in Greater Pennsylvania District

    If you're interested in Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 , we've got some cool stuff this month! January 11 (Tuesday) is a pretty busy day. If you're close to Harrisburg that afternoon, there's an MSDN event with three sessions - WinForms, ASP.NET, and Visual Studio Team System. Be sure to check out...
  • Blog Post: Philadelphia .NET User Group meeting on Wednesday

    The PhillyDotNet meeting last night was much better attended than we anticipated, as only around 50 people signed up but over 60 showed up. A -20 drop off rate is pretty rare! I kicked off the meeting and presented about Avalon for the early 20-minute lead-in session. This had around 20 people in attendence...
  • Blog Post: Pittsburgh .NET User Group meeting on Tuesday

    It was a cold and blustery night... :) I drove to Pittsburgh (and back) on Tuesday night to meet Craig Oaks and the PGH.NET folks for the first time, and gave a presentation about Avalon to kick off the meeting. It looked like around 30 people attended, which was somewhat impressive given that it was...
  • Blog Post: Code Camp: Greater PA

    There was some great stuff done by Thom Robbins, one of my teammates in the East Region (up in Waltham, MA), with Code Camp II ( http://weblogs.asp.net/trobbins/archive/2004/10/21/246018.aspx ). Forty people presented over 60 sessions over 20 hours in two days. The goal of the Code Camps series is to...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Roadshow in Philly (Oaks, PA, actually)

    Rob Howard presented to a group of almost 170 from the Philadelphia area, and it was awesome. There was great excitement about ASP.NET 2.0, and Rob did a fantastic job driving that excitement with his demos. SEI hosted for the event, and their beautiful site - and free parking - worked well for us all...
  • Blog Post: Prescriptive Architecture Guides and Application Blocks

    This stuff is so cool. For years, before I started working for Microsoft, I was always wondering where the guidance from Microsoft was for designing applications. Sure, I could find books on it; I could get lucky and one of the tomes I bought would have something useful, but it didn't feel like Microsoft...
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