Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

A blog of the technical and only sometimes uneventful side of programming in .NET and life within Microsoft

October, 2004

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    Webcast Slides

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    Well thanks to everyone that attended my MSDN session yesterday on Using Visual Studio 2005 to Build Data-Driven ASP.NET 2.0 Applications. As promised I have posted the slides here .
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    Windows Mobile Webcast Week

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    Webcasts abound! I was checking out some of the upcoming ones and ran across the Windows Mobile webcast week on November 15 th the content for this looks awesome. I also found out that our own New England CFDon is scheduled to present. Awesome set of...
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    Don't miss them!

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    Not sure if many people have seen these . But this a terrific set of Webcasts that are being run around .NET 2.0. From what I have seen the content has been awesome. I am actually doing one of the webcasts tomorrow and hope to see you there!
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    Code Camp 2 - Trial by Video!

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    Finally got a chance to pull together all the video from Code Camp 2 into a little movie! Just remember I have no plans to quit my day job and Hollywood has nothing to worry about! http://perseus.franklins.net/msnewengland/CodeCamp2.wmv So what do you...
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    Code Camp II: Starting to Wrap it Up!

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    Code Camp II was something else! I am finally digging out and the event was totally awesome. 60+ Sessions 40+ Speakers Wow! What an awesome event. We had almost 420 developers attend. I am going through some great video and will post it shortly. Here...
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    Announcing: Will Code for Device!

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    Want a Mobile Device? Mobile applications are quickly becoming an essential component of application development. One of the things that many people don’t realize is that any .NET developer is already a mobile developer! We are taking the Mobile Message...
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    Mobility is coming to your area!

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    What a great night at the Mobility Roadshow in Philadelphia last night! It was a blast with over 80 people attending this session. In case you haven’t heard these are a great series of mobility seminars all over the country that are a definite one to...
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    Code Camp II Book Swap

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    Do you have any technical books that you no longer need? If they're in good * Shape * bring them along to Code Camp II and exchange them for a title more useful to you. Hand in your book and receive a ticket good for the "purchase" of someone else's book...
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    Final Agenda is up!

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    Wow! Just posted the final agenda and it is awesome. Check it out ! The final totals Smart Client – 39 Web Track – 20 Data Track – 5 That is a total of 64 sessions or 96 hours of technical content!!!
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    Creating and Moving Controls Dynamically within .NET

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    Question: I understand that .NET offers inheritance and I think that that may help with a project that I am currently working on. Let’s say that I have a single control. I want to use that control across multiple tabs on a form. How would I go about that...
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    How To: Dynamic Lists using Form Sources

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    I recently was doing a form and needed to create a drop down list dynamically based on values contained in a form. In this example, I will show how this can be done using a new feature found in InfoPath SP 1. In this example, I will create a form that...
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    Filtering Data with InfoPath SP 1

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    One of the features that I have found really useful within SP 1 of InfoPath is the use of Filters. I was working with a customer the other day that was looking to build a list box with a specific set of filtered data from a SQL table and this was a handy...
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    What a series of Webcasts!

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    Just trying to catch up on email and ran across this series of Webcasts that have been put together! What a great set of content and information.
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    Code Camp Update!

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    Holy content Batman! It just keeps getting better. Made some changes to the schedule and added some more sessions. It just keeps getting better. Smart Client – 37 Sessions Web Track – 18 Sessions Data Track – 5 Sessions That is an incredible total of...
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    Cabana Night Was Awesome!

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    Thanks to all that attended the 1 st Cabana Night that we held this week in Waltham. Personally, I had a fantastic time. What a really cool way to exchange information and meet others around the area. In reviewing the feedback forms, it looks like many...
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    The Almost Final Agenda for Code Camp 2: The Return!

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    Wow! The Code Camp agenda is something else… Here is the current session information. I can't say how fantastic this. All speakers are members of the development community and are the real stars! Total sessions – 53 (That’s a lot of content and information...
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    Cabana Night is almost here!

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    The final preparations are made and we are ready for Cabana Night! Hope to see you there. This is going to be an awesome event. I am really excited to see the amount of experts and attendees that are attending. Check out the Boston .NET User Group site...
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    Hands on Labs - Hope to see you there!

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    Special Notice Based on the feedback we are re-running the Hands on Labs: Building High End Solutions using InfoPath SP-1 again on November 15. This is a special event opportunity for those that did not get a chance to attend last time. This lab will...
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