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May, 2005

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    Enterprise Library and .NET 2.0: What's the deal?

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    So I'm back from a four day camping holiday at Cannon Beach in Oregon. Camping is always lots of fun, but at the end it's always nice to get back to a world where you don't have to worry so much about mosquitoes, sand, airbeds and that ever-so-long walk...
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    Enterprise Library Exit Poll

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    Probably one of the hardest parts of my job is finding out who patterns & practices ' customers are, what you do with our stuff, and what you would like to see us do better or differently. Now, given that so many developers and architects make use...
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    Reviewers wanted for Web Services Security guidance project

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    I hope you're able to absorb new deliverables quickly. After springing GAT onto you the other day, today I want to talk about yet another project we are working on now. However unlike GAT, this one is not due for imminent release. That's why we're looking...
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    Guidance Automation Toolkit now available to download

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    Get it here ! Note that you need Visual Studio 2005 beta 2, and you will need to download and install the Guidance Automation Extensions (GAX) before you can install the Guidance Automation Toolkit (GAT). Both are available to download from the same site...
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    Letting the GAT out of the bag

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    Weather permitting, we will be releasing the first tech preview of the Guidance Automation Toolkit, or GAT, this week. <Update: It is now released > GAT is a little different to what you have come to expect from patterns & practices deliverables...
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    EntLib: The Motion Picture

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    TheServerSide.NET has finally released a video interview with myself and Ed Jezierski that was recorded back in February. Of course we're much older and wiser now, but the content should still be interesting - the interview discusses how we made some...
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    Wojtek Kozaczynski joins the blogsphere

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    Wojtek Kozaczynski , software architect in PAG, industry legend and general thorn in my side (or maybe it's me who is the thorn in his side), has finally started his own blog. Wojtek is a very smart and funny bloke so we can expect to see some good things...
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