Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

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

September, 2005

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    He's Coming!

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    In case you haven’t had a chance to register. Carl is passing through town on his road trip to the various launches! Register Now Wednesday, October 12, 2005 6:00 PM -9:00 PM Microsoft Waltham Office 201 Jones Road , 6th Floor Waltham...
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    Code Camp Portland

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    Code Camp Portland Saturday, November 12, 2005 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (GMT-05:00) Register Now VTEC 50 Foden Road South Portland Maine United States Are you a developer interested in improving your .NET skills? Then this is the event to...
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    SD Conference Wrap-up

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    Thanks to all that attended the SD Conference this week in Boston . As promised I have posted the materials for my two sessions here – Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team System: Building Robust and Reliable Software Microsoft Visual Studio...
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    C# User Group of Greater Boston

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    C# User Group of Greater Boston http://www.bostoncsharp.org/ Tuesday Oct 4, 2005 C# User Group of Greater Boston Featuring Jasin Haley Presenting on Disassembling for Fun at MSFT Waltham Executive Committee Meeting 6:00 - 6:30 PM At 6:00...
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    Another Record Your Demo

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    In this video available here , Duane LaFlotte explores how the GDI can be manipulated using Visual Studio 2003 and the Compact Framework.
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    Exploring the Crypto API

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    Another Record Your Demo - In this video Duane LaFlotte , available here he explores the Crypto API and how it can be used within a .NET application. <<View Exploring the Crypto API>>
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    Another Record Your Demo

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    Pretty cool look at Speech Server - In this video available here , Duane LaFlotte takes a look at how he used speech server to author an extension to his blog. <<View Developing Speech Enabled Applications>>
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    Record your demo

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    During the recent Code Camp 4 we did a “Record Your Demo” session. I am in the process of editing will post the them. In this video available here , Patrick Hynds takes a look at the new server control features available within Visual Studio 2005...
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    Updating the Stuff

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    Finally, I am starting to get caught up from being out of the office for the last couple of days. I updated the Code Camp 4: Developers Gone Wild content site and will continue to do so over the next couple of days. Check out the Code Camp goods...
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    Still some seats available!

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    Are you still using VB 6? If you are then this is something that you will want to atten d. There are still some seats available for this evening event! Methods and Masters: The VB Upgrade Tour Register Here Wednesday, October 05, 6:00...
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    The Launch is Coming

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    The launch here in Boston is getting closer! December 15 at the Boston Convention Center is going to be a Rocking event. If you haven’t registered make sure you get yourself registered. It’s filling up quick. In honor of the launch we have some great...
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    Code Camp New Jersey

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    Scott reports that the registration site for the first New Jersey Code Camp is now ready. You MUST register before the event. Space is very limited and walk ins at the door will not be allowed to enter.
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    Great Feedback for Code Camps!

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    I was just about to walk away for the evening and I saw this great email from Marcia. I think it goes to show the spirit of the Code Camps in general and how great the community is as a whole! Thanks Marcia. Dear Thom: Many thanks for this weekend...
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    Code Camp 4: Developers Gone Wild

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    Well what a great Code Camp it was. We had more people, more pizza, more content and more fun than at any of the others. More detailed information later – but thanks to everyone and all that presented. What a great crew of people and a community...
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    Download the Session List

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    Thanks to Jason for this great downloadable list of Code Camp 4 Sessions! It’s going to be a great one – about 80 sessions and 500+ people. What more could you ask for with a Code Camp in New England!
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    TFS Beta 3 Released

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    Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server Beta 3 will be available tonight on the MSDN subscriber download center. We finalized the bits a couple days ago and they should be propagated to servers and be ready for download this evening. More Information
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    Building a Quick Lookup Screen

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    Ever tried to build a quick lookup form? And use no code? Well Visual Studio 2005 provides a way to do this easily using the new features of the data source wizard. In this video available here , we take a look at how this can be built. <<View...
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    Got Content?

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    Contributors are one of the most important features of Code Camps. They are the companies and individuals that are interested in helping the community and endorse the community driven ideas of Code Camps. We have some fantastic ones that are stepping...
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    The Really Almost Final Agenda

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    Only a few days left until Code Camp 4: Developers Gone Wild! We have completed the last of the changes and the agenda looks complete. We have 80 sessions for this one! Check out the agenda Check out the Sessions
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    .NET Rocks Orlando!

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    Saturday, October 22, 2005 4:00 PM - Saturday, October 22, 2005 7:00 PM (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) Language: English-American Register Now UCF Main Campus Park in East Parking Garage: http://campusmap.ucf.edu/flash/index.php?select...
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    SharePoint V3 Video

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    Looks like the Channel 9 folks have a pretty good video on some of the new features of SharePoint V3. http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=115383
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    Code Camp 4: Developers Gone Wild

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    It’s almost here! Another week and we are at Code Camp 4. We are expecting some great content with over 75+ sessions . Here is the Almost Agenda . Remember that we call it the Almost Agenda because it is subject to change. <<View the...
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    Object Binding with Visual Studio 2005

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    One of the most powerful features of Visual Studio 2005 is the new binding features. I know your reading this and saying – I would never do that because I write objects. Well, if you haven’t seen it. Visual Studio 2005 provides the ability to do bind...
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    Screencasts Are Here

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    In case you haven’t seen them. The folks at Channel 9 have done a great job with their redesign. As part of the new design they have agreed to the Screencasts that we have been doing. So check them out! <<View Screencast Directory>>
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    New Jersey Code Camp

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    Check it out – the New Jersey Code Camp is coming! They still have some room for sessions. If you are interested, please submit an abstract to abstracts@njcodecamp.org .
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