Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

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

February, 2005

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    More Content Available

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    More short video content is now available on http://www.gotspeech.net Testing for Speech or DTMF Advanced Weblog Demo VUI as a Presentation Layer TIP: Enabling Prompt all Functionality
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    Edge Conference Hands on Lab Manuals

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    Thanks to all that attended the Web Services Edge Conference the other week. In response to the emails that I have been receiving I am posting the lab manuals that were used during the conference in the Microsoft Hands on Labs. Visual Studio 2005 Overview...
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    Code Camp Raleigh

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    Code Camp Raleigh style is in the works! Looks like April 9 at the North Carolina University is the place to be for some Code Camp fun. If you are in the area or would like to attend they are doing their Call for Speakers . Would love to hear from anyone...
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    Speech Day

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    Well the dust is starting to settle from Speech Day and it looks like everyone had fun and learned a lot. I had a chance to quickly bring up http://www.gotspeech.net site and will continue to add content to it and contest entries as we move along. If...
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    Show me the Code!

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    Thanks to Carl for a great Mini-Code Camp! Looking for the files? Samples Plug ins
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    Quick Topics with Visual Studio 2005

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    I am finding that video is really cool in what you can do with it. I have been playing with some of the clips that I took during the recent Web Services Conference here in Boston and came up with what I thought might be an interesting idea. Basically...
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    “Got Speech” For Your Applications?

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    Speech enabled applications are quickly becoming an essential component of all application development. One of the things that I discovered is that Visual Studio.NET 2003 combined with the Speech Server SDK and the Speech Server Production environment...
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    Mini Code Camp - Special Edition VB.NET

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    Where do you go to spend a Sunday with 380 of your closest friends? Well it has to be a Mini-Code Camp. Special thanks to all that attended this fantastic special event today. It was amazing to see both the interest and fun that all had. A special thanks...
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    New Blogger

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    Well another of the greats has made a leap into the blog sphere – Richard Hale Shaw joins the bloggers that I recommend everyone subscribe to. Home page RSS Feed If you don’t know Richard has agreed to do the Mini Code Camp Special Edition C# in April...
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    Smart Client with Visual Studio 2005

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    Thanks to everyone that attended the recent Edge Conference. For those that asked I have posted the slide deck here from my tutorial this morning on Building Smart Client with Visual Studio 2005.
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    The Edge Conference Session

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    As promised you can download the slides and code samples here from my session today at the Edge Conference. .NET Track - Techniques with Visual Basic.NET How You Can Amaze Your Friends And Co-Workers With Amazing OO Techniques Who says VB.NET programmers...
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    New Article Available

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    My latest article is available from the folks at .NET Developers Journal – Managing XML Data The benefits to Office-based apps Last week I had lunch with the application manager of a local customer that just completed their enterprise rollout of Office...
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    Connecticut .NET User Group

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    I am happy to announce that the Connecticut .NET User Group has re-launched their web site . For those in the Connecticut area they have some great content coming up and are always looking for new members.
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    Extending the Enterprise through Mobile Solutions

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    Had a great opportunity to attend and present a session at the Regional Architect Forum in wonderful Carefree, Arizona . What a great collection of people and topics! As promised my presentation on Extending the Enterprise through Mobile Solutions can...
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    Feedback Needed

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    Want to provide feedback? The Smart Client Team at Microsoft patterns & practices needs your feedback to evaluate the need of guidance for devices based Smart Clients (Mobile solution scenarios based on .NET Compact Framework). For this reason we...
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    Announcing - Mini CodeCamp Special Edition – C#

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    Mini CodeCamp Special Edition – C# Microsoft Waltham Saturday April 30 8:30-4PM Register Now Are you a C++ or VB6 developer who’s wondering: should I bother to move to .NET? Or perhaps you’ve already dabbled with .NET but are wondering: how do I get started...
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    Connecting Label Controls

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    Question – I am starting to do some graphics work for a program that I am developing. I understand that the shape control has been removed from .NET and that I should be using GDI+. Personally, this seems to be a bit complicated and I can’t seem to figure...
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    Code Camp III: The Madness!

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    The sessions for Code Camp III: The Madness just continues to roll in. The current count is: Smart Client – 21 Web Track – 22 Data Track – 18 That is a grand total of 61 sessions! That is incredible and shows the power of the community and their interest...
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    Getting Your Digital Blackbelt

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    Security is probably one of the most important things that we as developers need to understand. Unfortunately, it is really hard to find good information that is logically presented. I am happy to report that Joe Stagner is doing a great series of webcasts...
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    Code Camp Oz!

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    Code Camp Oz is the authoritative source of information about upcoming .NET-related Code Camps here in Australia . The first ever Australian Code Camp, "Code Camp Oz (I)" has been scheduled for the 23rd and 24th of April 2005 . Here is the registration...
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    Raleigh Code Camp!

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    Join us for the Raleigh Code Camp on April 9. This one day Code Camp consists of 4-5 tracks, and is loaded with great speakers and sessions! All PPTs and samples will be given out to attendees. As always, the Code Camp Series represents the best technical...
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