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  • Blog Post: New Application Block for Enterprise Library - Updater Application Block v2.0

    I've downloaded this, installed it, and started playing around with it. If I can put together a demo, I may add it to my EntLib talk at VS Connections on Monday, but since I'm traveling over the weekend, it's up in the air. You need to have the latest build of Enterprise Library installed first, then...
  • Blog Post: Enterprise Library Webcasts coming in March

    There are 10 new webcasts coming in March around Enterprise Library. Visit the patterns & practices events web site to get more info. 3/3/2005 - patterns & practices Live: Enterprise Library Overview 3/4/2005 - patterns & practices Live: Enterprise Library Configuration Application Block...
  • Blog Post: DevConnections in Orlando March 21-23

    I was just asked to speak at DevConnections - the Visual Studio Connections part, at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Hotel, Orlando, Florida on March 21, topic is Enterprise Libarary : VFI253 – Introduction to the patterns & practices Enterprise Library patterns & practices are a collection of...
  • Blog Post: Enterprise Library at Web Services Edge East

    I was up in Boston for the Web Services Edge East conference today to give a tutorial presentation about Enterprise Libarary . I took out the slides that showed pasted code and ran demos on the fly to show how to work with the configuration editor, the configuration block, data access block, and logging...
  • Blog Post: patterns & practices Enterprise Library (EntLib) released to web!

    Just released on MSDN! http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dnpag2/html/entlib.asp The patterns & practices Enterprise Library is a library of Application Blocks designed to assist developers with common enterprise development challenges. Application Blocks are a type of guidance, provided as...
  • Blog Post: Biztalk Patterns

    Check out the patterns on gotdotnet that Scott Woodgate outlined on his blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/scottwoo/archive/2005/01/10/350346.aspx
  • 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: 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: 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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