Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

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

January, 2005

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    Got Speech Day Agenda

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    The Got Speech Day is coming together. We have some great speakers and topics! Got Speech? Developing Applications using Microsoft Speech Server and .NET Registration is open! February 23, 2005 Microsoft Waltham 201 Jones Rd Waltham , Ma. What the Heck...
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    Blizzard Reschedule

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    Reschedule due to blizzard! Hope to see you there. Mini Code Camp Special Edition – VB.NET Registration Open Date: Sunday February 20 Time: 8:30AM -5:00PM Location: Microsoft New England District Office 201 Jones Road , 6th floor Waltham Weston Corporate...
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    Code brew Forming

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    Wednesday 1.19.2005 Code Brew 6 p.m. Airpath Wireless, Waltham (Special Location) Robert Hurlbut is organizing this new event, a Code Brew , which will be an informal gathering held each month where a small group of developers get together to discuss...
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    Mini-Code Camp Called because of blizzard

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    It is with great regret that we have made the decision to cancel today’s Mini-Code Camp. The state has requested that people stay of the roads because of snow drifts and blizzard conditions. Safety is one of the most important concerns that we have in...
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    ASP.NET Best Practices

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    ASP.NET Best Practices is an important topic. I had the opportunity to speak with one of our local customers today and put today a short PPT that lists some of my top ten favorites. Download this form here .
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    AID Relief

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    When I first saw the television footage of the recent Tsunami disaster it was something that horrible that very few of us, could only imagine. The utter devastation and loss of life was both shocking and incredibly difficult to understand. It is always...
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    Interoperability Month Announced

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    Interoperability is becoming a hot topic. Interoperability Month begins January 18. this is scheduled to include a month-long webcast series focusing on interoperability – why it matters to the business, common strategies and methods, and guidance on...
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    Edge Conference - Free Expo Pass

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    The Web Services Edge 2005 East Conference is scheduled this year for Feb 15-17 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston . The content and information available during this conference is some of the best that I have seen. Having worked with the folks...
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    Code Camp 3 - The Sessions

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    Well the sessions are starting to come for Code Camp 3. We have some great ones and even more coming. I have to say that the Data Track folks are coming out strong with some serious sessions! Looks like the community is speaking and they want to hear...
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    Anti-Spyware Beta Download

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    One of my peers here in New England, Sheila Rich who is a Partner Technology Specialist for our Small and Medium Size business pointed out a link that everyone should hit. The recently acquired anti-spyware package has been released in beta. This is some...
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    Code Camp 3: The Madness!

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    With the holidays over it’s time to get back to business! Of course the business is Code Camp 3: The Madness! We are still looking for speakers and attendees . I have posted the current session list to here . Keep an eye on this site for updates the sessions...
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    Having some fun

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    Management styles are always interesting. I actually did think it was a bit weird when the East Region Developer Evangelist Team (the team I am part of) was asked by our manager (Kim) to pose for this photo during a recent Team meeting. But I am sure...
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    MSDN Events in New England

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    WinForms - Produce, Extend, Enhance Are you really using the .NET Framework to the fullest in your Windows Forms applications? This session will enlighten you in several powerful aspects of WinForms development that you may not already know. By using...
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    Announcing the South Florida Code Camp

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    Saturday, February 05, 2005 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Welcome Time: 7:45 AM NOVA University 3301 College Avenue Fort Lauderdale Florida 33314-7796 United States Registration Open I hear from my good friend Joe Healy that he has a Code Camp scheduled and has opened...
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