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  • I would like to see sessions on: - WSE (especially WS-Security, WS-Transactions and WS-Routing) - .NET Architecture: Elaborating on architecture-related PAGs, followed by a group discussion / Q&A - Smart Device Applications: How Compact Framework base classes differ, Sample App (TaskVision?) that uses SQL CE and merge replication
  • Hi Tim nice to see a UK MSer blogging (other than gudge that is :)
  • Generics is supported in VB as well.
  • Master pages? Would that be like having a standard header/footer pair for *every* page? It would be nice if you could do that at the site level instead of just the application, without having to go through modules.
  • Master pages can do exactly what you describe and more - think of an ASP.NET version of the Master View in Powerpoint. Things you modify in the master view are automatically reflected in the pages that follow that template. The next release of VB will definitely support _accessing_ generics...
  • I was dreaming of downloading the .NET Compact Framework Device Update (any codenames yet?!) with the same level of device support some day :)
  • Slides for this event are now available at http://www.sneath.org/public/dotnet%20webcast.ppt.
  • I've release a connection string encryption class for ADO.Net on GotDotNet. You can find out more via my blog entry: http://weblogs.asp.net/donxml/posts/24923.aspx or just go directly to the GDN sample: http://www.gotdotnet.com/Community/UserSamples/Details.aspx?SampleGuid=7d1d4954-a530-4329-8cc0-96a0c39ab4b2 It's an easy way to add encrypted connection strings to your project.
  • checked out late junction - great program!
  • MindJet has really great mind mapping software called Mind Manager. http://www.mindjet.com/us/products/compare.php I use it for all my brainstorming, task lists, presentation drafts, etc. etc. etc.
  • Hi Tim, We met briefly during the MSDN roadshow in Reading last year; I asked you a couple of questions about code-gen, and you pointed me in the direction of the CodeDOM namespace... Anyways, I have a fledgling blogspot set (http://autocode.blogspot.com) up to trace the development of a big-ish .net app, but I can't get these guys to give me RSS Syndication, so I can't track my posts in SharpReader. I was just wondering if you could advise me of the best & cheapest way to getting RSS syndication and/or some blog server space? Anything available on GotDotNet? Any other .net community sites that you know of that could help me out? Thanks, Dominic.
  • This is a great reference and a seriously cool tool. It's one of those tools that I knew I needed the nanosecond I saw the screen shot. Thanks Tim!!
  • Dominic, http://erablog.net/default.aspx looks pretty good and seems to do what you're looking for, but I've not personally used it. Best wishes, Tim
  • That nice. What I also did was to define all kinds off DebugPrint functions in a separate class (used only for "immed" debugging. And since VS.NET is happy to execute my code I can to do things like ? DebugHelper.Print( myHashTable ) ? DebugHelper.Print( myDS )
  • Wow...that's awesome. Being a C++ programmer, I've never had the benefit of an immediate window while debugging like VB6 developers have, so this is definitely something that I'll have to get used to. It looks like a great time saver, though, so I'll have to remind myself to use it from time to time.
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