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  • Blog Post: MSDN Ramp Up launched 3 new free web development tracks

    MSDN Ramp Up is a free online learning program for developers. They’ve just launched three new ASP.NET tracks: “Web Development with ASP.NET”, “Move from ASP to ASP.NET”, and “Move from PHP to ASP.NET”. These tracks, along with the other currently offered ones (eg, Windows Mobile 6, SharePoint for Developers...
  • Blog Post: Deferred Loading in LINQ to SQL

    After the post on LINQ and Architectures , this time co-author Marco Russo of “ Programming Microsoft LINQ ” shares information on deferred loading in LINQ to SQL. The deferred loading of data in LINQ to SQL can operates at two granularity levels: the entity and the entity data member. LINQ to SQL allows...
  • Blog Post: LINQ to MSI (Windows Installer database)

    Bart De Smet is back with a new sample of a LINQ query provider, this time targeting Windows Installer databases , or more commonly named MSI’s. (If you want to learn more about MSI’s, you can also watch the recording of “ Building setup packages with WiX ”.) Technorati Tags: MSDN Belux , LINQ , MSI...
  • Blog Post: Addictive Games in Silverlight 2: Shock and Chip-8 Computer Emulator

    Nikola Mihaylov has an interesting blog on Silverlight, but also maintains a website containing nice stuff: Nokola . Warning: checking out the games on his website, may cause loosing precious time. Nikola must be a very nice guy, as he is also providing the source code of the games as a download. The...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft releases Source Analysis for C#

    Last Friday we announced the public release of Microsoft Source Analysis for C# . This tool was originally only used by Microsoft's development teams internally (known as StyleCop) to enfore a common set of best practices for layout, readability, maintainability and documentation of C# source code. Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Free eLearning on ASP.NET AJAX Extensions

    For a limited time, Microsoft Learning offers a free subscription to the eLearning clinic " Developing Enhanced Web Experiences with Microsoft® ASP.NET AJAX Extensions ". From the website: In this 2-hour clinic you will learn about the rich functionality that ASP.NET AJAX Extensions provides...
  • Blog Post: IntoFactories.NET Community Blog on Software Factory Technologies and Tools

    Wim Vanden Driessche mailed me earlier today about a new community blog called " IntoFactories.NET - A deep dive into Microsoft software factory technologies and tools ". It is maintained by some of his team members at Compuware Belgium. Here's what they say about their blog : Near the end of ...
  • Blog Post: Walkthrough of the Web Service Software Factory (Chopsticks video)

    Kurt Claeys shows you how to use the Web Service Software Factory in Visual Studio during this 9 minute video. No slides, only a running demo. The Web Service Software Factory (also known as the Service Factory) is an integrated collection of tools, patterns, source code and prescriptive guidance. It...
  • Blog Post: Update on Microsoft Certifications - Free "Second Shot" Offer Extended, And More...

    In the past months, I've been writing a few posts on Microsoft certifications . Since there is more information available now, it's time to give an update: Free Second Shot offer has been extended From the website: " Due to popular demand, the Second Shot offer has been extended through June 30...
  • Blog Post: Join us for the Belgian 2008 Launch and TechDays

    You might already have heard about our 3 day launch experience: On March 11 we'll celebrate the launch of Visual Studio 2008, Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008. During this day, you'll get to see a keynote from Bill Hilf and an overview of "what" those products can mean to you (in non...
  • Blog Post: Essential LINQ to Objects Video in 20 Minutes

    Bart De Smet created a 20 minutes Chopsticks video " Essential LINQ to Objects ", where he explains the basics of creating a custom implementation of Standard Query Operators . Technorati Tags: microsoft , msdn belux , visual studio 2008 , LINQ , chopsticks , community
  • Blog Post: 30 Minutes Intro to C# 3.0 Language Enhancements

    During a 30 minutes Chopsticks video, Bart De Smet guides you through the most important languages enhancements you'll find in Visual Studio 2008 . Technorati Tags: microsoft , msdn belux , visual studio 2008 , C# , csharp , community , chopsticks
  • Blog Post: Free MSPress E-Book on LINQ, ASP.NET AJAX and Silverlight

    It must be holiday season at Microsoft Press too. They have just released an e-book on Visual Studio 2008 technologies and are giving it away for free. The e-book includes excerpts from three recent book releases and provides a wealth of information and insights from top experts: Introducing Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Recording of "Introducing Visual Studio 2008: IDE & Language Enhancements" Event

    Some weeks ago, Peter Himschoot en Nico Jacobs presented "Introducing Visual Studio 2008: IDE & Language Enhancements" at the MSDN Evening. This session was recorded and is now available for replay at MSDN Belux Chopsticks . Introducing Visual Studio 2008: IDE & Language Enhancements...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Evening on 28 November: Introducing Visual Studio 2008 – IDE & Language Enhancements

    During this MSDN Evening you will get an overview of the language enhancements in Visual Basic 9.0 and Visual C# 3.0, as well as IDE enhancements in Visual Studio 2008. Topics covered include framework multi-targeting (using Visual Studio 2008 to develop applications running on .NET Framework 2.0, 3...
  • Blog Post: Few Seats Left for XNA Game Studio Event in Belgium on 29 November

    Only a few seats are left for the XNA Game Studio event on 29 November in Utopolis, Mechelen. Register here . And thanks to Walter , I can share some more details about the event below. Are you interested in learning how to build great video games for either Microsoft® Windows® or the Xbox 360™ console...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Ramp Up Group on Facebook

    Recently we launched a pilot of MSDN Ramp Up , the online learning program to gain and evaluate your .NET development skills with Visual Studio 2005. Jenny, my colleague from Sweden, has created a Facebook group for MSDN Ramp Up that you can join if you are in any way interested in the program. If you...
  • Blog Post: Gain .NET Development Skills with MSDN Ramp Up; Program Pilots in Belgium

    MSDN Ramp Up is a new online program where people can gain new Microsoft .NET development skills with .NET Framework 2.0. The program offers different guided learning paths for non-Visual Studio 2005 developers, such as: aspiring developers, Java developers, Visual Basic 6.0 developers and...
  • Blog Post: LINQ to SharePoint

    Bart De Smet has continued his work on the LINQ to SharePoint project. From the website: The LINQ to SharePoint project provides a custom query provider for LINQ that allows to query SharePoint lists using familiar LINQ syntax. LINQ stands for Language Integrated Query and is one of the core features...
  • Blog Post: "Exploring The IE7 RSS Platform In C#" Article Series

    Bart De Smet explores the IE7 RSS platform using C# in an article series on his blog: Exploring the IE7 RSS platform in C# - Part 1 Exploring the IE7 RSS platform in C# - Part 2 Exploring the IE7 RSS platform in C# - Part 3 He discusses obvious and less obvious possibilities: managing the...
  • Blog Post: State Machine Workflows in Windows Workflow Foundation

    We recently published a new article from Kurt Claeys on the MSDN Belgium & Luxembourg website: State Machine Workflows in Windows Workflow Foundation Windows Workflow Foundation allows us to implement workflows as state machines. This article uses a simple case and demonstrates how to develop...
  • Blog Post: Creating barcodes on the fly with C#

    There's one thing that everyone agrees on about Bart De Smet : he is not the regular nine-to-five developer. During his daily-blogging-mission in September, he wrote a few posts on how to create barcodes on the fly in C# (without requiring 3rd party software): Code 39 barcodes in C# EAN-13 barcodes...
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