Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

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

July, 2006

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    Check out the Office 2007 videos

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    2007 Office System Video: Collaboration Learn how developers can use the 2007 Microsoft Office system to create powerful collaboration tools that help individuals work together. 2007 Office System Video: Windows SharePoint Services Platform ...
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    Don’t Forget about BeanTown

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    The Beantown.NET User Group (INETA) is meeting on Thursday, 8/3/2006. This is a great user group in the financial district of Boston. http://blog.benday.com/archive/2006/07/21/11700.aspx This month we have Kurt Guenther from Infusion Development...
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    Free MSDN Magazine subscription to MSDN Premium subscribers in the US

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    If you have an MSDN Premium subscription in the US did you know that you are entitled to a free MSDN magazine subscription? Via Stephen To register for it, simply go to http://msdn.microsoft.com/subscriptions , sign in to "My MSDN Subscription...
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    A lap around Atlas Materials

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    Thanks to everyone that attended today’s session. A Lap around Atlas ASP.NET "Atlas" is a framework for building next generation, cross-platform, browsing experiences. The session will show how easy it is to create highly responsive, client...
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    Get the MSDN Library For Free

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    Now this rocks! If you don’t have an MSDN subscription this is some fantastic documentation. Via Rob For the first time, we're making the MSDN Library freely available for download from Microsoft Downloads. Previously, the Library was only...
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    New Windows Mobile Hands-On Labs

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    If you learn by doing, these step-by-step hands-on labs are great ways to learn about Windows Mobile, Visual Studio, .NET Compact Framework, and SQL Mobile. Each lab includes sample code and a step-by-step instruction manual that will guide you through...
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    Assorted Goodies for the .Net Framework 2.0

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    Thanks to all that attended today’s session. In this session we looked at some of the new features of the .NET Framework 2.0 and the base class library. As promised you can find the session materials for download - Session Slides Demo Materials
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    Atlas How To – Using the Update Panel

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    The UpdatePanel is one of the controls of Atlas that enables the adding of selective Atlas functionality to existing Web applications. For this example, we will start by building an ASP 2.0 application. With that application we then add the most common...
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    Windows Mobile 5 hands on Webcast

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    Try Our Special Featured Windows Mobile 5.0 “Hands-On” Webcast The MSDN Webcast and Virtual Labs teams are joining forces and offering a special featured Windows Mobile 5.0 “Hands-On” Live Meeting webcast! Be one of the first to join this Live Meeting...
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    Beantown.NET User Group Meeting (8/3/2006): BizTalk Server 2006

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    Beantown.NET User Group Meeting (8/3/2006): BizTalk Server 2006 As always, our meeting is open to everyone so bring your friends and co-workers. If you want free pizza, send me an RSVP using the contact form here by 1pm on 8/3. When: Thursday...
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    Mobile Client Software Factory - July 2006

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    The Mobile Client Software Factory provides an integrated set of guidance that assists architects and developers in creating applications on the Windows Mobile platform. The software factory includes a reference implementation, how to's, patterns, and...
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    The DNUG Summer Time Extravaganza!

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    This is going to be a meeting that you will NOT want to miss. Cancel your vacation, get a baby sitter, call in sick to work, do whatever it takes to get to this meeting! Please feel free to invite anyone that you think would be interested to this event...
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    Check out Newsland

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    I am happy to announce that my blog can be viewed on PDAs and smartphones through Newsland service . If you have a Pocket PC-compatible smartphone or PDA, you might be interested in Newsland, which offers free access to various news sources. Newsland...
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    Want to help Beta Test?

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    Via Boston Pocket PC The BHighlyMobile Group, L.L.C ., a New Hampshire-based company focused o­n Microsoft mobility solutions, is now actively seeking beta testers for it’s next Windows Mobile product - Task To Appointment Phone Edition . Task...
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    Shared Source Microsoft Device Emulator 1.0 Release

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    Available for download from here Source Code for Microsoft Device Emulator 1.0 The Shared Source Device Emulator is a compressed archive of the source code to the Device Emulator V1.0, build able using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. What...
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    Want to help a good cause?

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    INETA has recently launched a new program to let the community help with their great program. If you are a business or just interested in helping out a good cause then send them an email! (from the INETA NORAM website:) On June 1st INETA North America...
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    Free E-Book

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    Check out – 7 Development Projects for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services Version 3.0. A free e-book available here
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    Virtual PC Free

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    In the category of cool! Via Peter About a month ago, I posted about how I used Virtual PC to build an image of Windows Vista and referenced two great blogs for info on Virtual PC and Virtual Server. In that post , I had mentioned that Virtual...
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    Interested in Robotics?

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    Robotics has been one of those things that I find interesting but didn’t know a whole lot about. But ran across this great site on MSDN with a download for the Robotics CTP . It also has some great getting started materials and tutorials . Very cool stuff...
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    SQL Down Under Wagga Wagga

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    Looking for a great SQL Code Camp to attend? Check this out – What is SQL Down Under Code Camp? SQL Down Under Code Camp is a SQL Server community driven event which allows people with interests across the SQL Server and Data Access platform...
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    Best Practice Analyzer for ASP.NET

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    A very cool little power toy that I just ran across The Best Practice Analyzer ASP.NET (alpha release) is a tool that scans the configuration of an ASP.NET 2.0 application. The tool can scan against three mainline scenarios (hosted environment,...
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    UMPC and Tablet PC Application Contest

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    UMPC and Tablet PC Application Contest Develop and Win a UMPC Handango is looking for fresh Tablet PC and Ultra-Mobile PC (UMPC) software content. Are you up for the development challenge? By converting your existing Pocket PC or smartphone applications...
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    Device Security Manager Powertoy for Windows Mobile 5.0 Released!

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    Device Security Manager Powertoy for Windows Mobile 5.0 Released! This test tool helps developers of Windows Mobile applications test various security policies for Windows Mobile devices. Overview: It is designed as a desktop application that...
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    Expression Lessons

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    A very nice set of Expression lessons via Jason This morning I found these great lessons for learning Expresion Graphic Designer this morning. Looks like it was created by Annie Ford. Very useful for a non designer, like myself.
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    Call to Contact Released

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    Congratulations to Don for the release of Call to Contact. This free program is definitely worth using! " The BHighlyMobile Group, L.L.C . , a New Hampshire-based company focused on Microsoft mobility solutions, is pleased to announce the availability...
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