Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

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

March, 2006

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    Virtual Earth Madness

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    Starting to get some really great entries in the Virtual Earth Mashup contest ! Don’t forget all code must be submitted by Midnight April1. For more details and a chance to win an Xbox 360 check it out the rules here . Pretty impressive stuff!
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    SQL Server Bootcamp

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    Register Bentley College 175 Forest Street 401 Jennison Hall Waltham Massachusetts 02452 United States In this one day class, you will get a broad hands-on overview of SQL server and SQL server BI. Please sign up quickly if you plan...
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    Going to the MEDC?

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    This is always a fantastic conference! For the second year, the Mobile Embedded Division will host the Mobile and Embedded Developer Conference (MEDC) in Las Vegas , May 8-11 . MEDC represents a multi-million $$ investment by MED in the Windows...
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    Do you Scrum?

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    Conchango Releases Scrum Add-In for Visual Studio Team System Providing additional support for agile development on the Microsoft enterprise development tools platform, Conchango has introduced Scrum for Team System. The new tool lets development...
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    Free Web Application Hacking Workshop

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    Boston , MA April 5, 2006 Hyatt Regency Boston Duxbury Room One Avenue de Lafayette Boston , MA 02111 What you will learn: The evolution of Web applications and why they need to be secured Advanced hacking techniques like SQL Injection...
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    Mini Code Camp – Security Edition Wrap up

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    Thanks to everyone that attended! Of course the special thanks go to both Patrick and Duane for their time effort and energy in putting this together. Remember this is a code camp and without their support and your attendance it would have never happened...
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    Code Camp 5 Sessions

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    In case you haven’t registered make sure to sign up as space is becoming limited. Also, we have started to post up some of the sessions and they can be found here .
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    Check out PWOPCatcher

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    Very cool Alpha from Carl ! Definitely worth checking out. Here are some of the high points from his post: I am hereby announcing an alpha version at www.pwopcatcher.com . Here are the features in a nutshell: Subscribe to RSS feeds that...
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    Visual Studio Team System - Best Practices for the Whole Team

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    For those attending the special edition VSTS class this week. Richard has posted the agenda and overview of the class here . <<View the Class Agenda>>
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    Don't forget about the Mini Code Camp - Security Edition!

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    T here are still some seats left for this weekend’s event! Register Now Saturday, March 25, 2006 8:30 AM -5:00 PM Eastern Time Microsoft Waltham Office 201 Jones Road , 6th Floor Waltham , Massachusetts 02451 You know the drill- don...
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    "Atlas" March CTP with Go Live license, now available

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    Via Brian in the category of very cool! If you aren't paying attention to MIX06 then you missed some very big news. The "Atlas" March CTP is now available (as of 90 minutes ago) and it now has a Go Live license so you can take applications into production...
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    Got Speech?

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    Using the power of .NET, Microsoft Speech Server and Visual Studio 2003 can give your application its voice. Used in conjunction with the Microsoft Speech Application Software Development Kit (SASDK), this platform enables developers to write and deploy...
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    Mobile Web Development – Extensibility

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    Thanks to all that attended today’s webcast on Mobile Web Development with ASP.NET 2.0 – Extensibility. As promised the slides and demo code that I showed can be downloaded from here . <<Download PPT and Code>>
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    Mobile Web Development – Customization

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    Thanks to all that attended today’s webcast on Mobile Web Development with ASP.NET 2.0 – Customization. As promised the slides and demo code that I showed can be downloaded from here . <<Download PPT and Code>>
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    What happened to GotSpeech.NET?

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    Congratulations to Marshall and Brandon of Intervoice on the creation of a great community site! I’m excited to announce the launch of www.gotspeech.net – an online community especially for Microsoft Speech Server developers. We hope to make...
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    More About Web Parts with ASP 2.0

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    In Part 1 we looked at the basics of Web Parts with Visual Studio 2005 and ASP 2.0. In this second installment available here we take a look at some of the more advanced customization features. These include how to build a catalog and personalizing a...
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    Office Developer Keynote

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    Sign up today for the Live MSDN Webcast: Microsoft® Office System Developers Conference Keynote Bill Gates and Kurt DelBene http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=63190 Start Time: Tuesday, March 21, 2006 9:00 AM (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time ...
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    WNY DNUG Meeting

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    When: Wednesday, March 15th Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm Location: EDS Suite A 25 NorthPointe Parkway Amherst, NY 14228 Food: Yes - Pizza & Wings Donation: Yes - $5.00 to cover the cost of food RSVP: Yes - please send an email to me with the number of...
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    Got More Feedback?

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    Security is such an important concept for developers to understand and implement. Although what does it take to make that happen? We are conducting a short survey to get some information about how you view security and what kinds of things you would like...
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    Philadelphia DE Position

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    Live in the Philadelphia area? Think you have what it takes to work on one of the best teams at Microsoft? The Philly DE Position is open and looking for people. If you are interested drop me a note here with your resume. Title: Developer Evangelist...
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    What’s the browser?

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    Question: I was watching you recent Web cast on Developing Mobile Applications with ASP.NET. You mentioned that it was possible to capture information about the incoming browser request to see what types of features it may support. Any chance you could...
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    Integrate Business Processes and Streamline Workflow: Microsoft BizTalk 2006 FirstLook

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    Looks like a great Webcast for anyone looking for Biztalk Server 2006 information. Sponsored by the EMC folks. Integrate Business Processes and Streamline Workflow: Microsoft BizTalk 2006 FirstLook Register Here In this informative hour...
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    WNY DNUG Meeting Announcement

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    Date: March 15, 2006 Time: 6:30 - 8:30 Location: EDS 25 Northpointe Parkway Introduction to Master Pages, Themes, and Skins in ASP.NET 2.0 Chris Pels, iDevTech ASP.NET 2.0 fills a great need with the addition of master pages, themes, and skins...
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    Got Feedback?

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    Via Brian You can actively influence and shape the next version of Microsoft Visual Studio! To improve our next release, Microsoft wants to connect everyday users of Visual Studio 2005 with our internal engineers – Engineer-to-Engineer. We’re...
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    Mobile Control Bonanza

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    Thanks to all that attended the Webcast on the Mobile Control Bonanza for ASP.NET. There are still two left so make sure that you register here for those or check out any of the other upcoming sets of Visual Studio 2005 webcasts As promised the...
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