Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

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

October, 2006

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    Real World SOA Presentation Materials

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    Thanks to all that attended the recent Real World SOA session. Service oriented architecture describes a technology agnostic architecture that is comprised of loosely coupled services that interoperate to perform a desired business function. SOA is not...
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    BeanTown.NET Meeting

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    The Beantown.NET User Group (INETA) is meeting again on Thursday, 11/2/2006. http://www.beantowndotnet.org This month Greg Smalter from Red Stapler Software is presenting on "Automatically-generated Data Access Layers". As always, the meeting...
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    Building Solutions Using the Latest-Generation Microsoft Application Platform

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    Thanks to everyone that attended my recent presentation on Building Solutions Using the Latest-Generation Microsoft Application Platform. This session covered some of the industry trends and an overview of the .NET Framework 3.0. As promised I have posted...
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    Welcome Chris

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    It’s hard to believe that I have been in Redmond for almost six weeks. I still seem to spend a lot of time lost. I swear they move the streets at various times of the day. Working with the New England developer community was one of the best experiences...
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    The Horror of it – or not

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    Like many people I spend a lot of time editing, and viewing Word documents. Recently, I switched to Office 2007 (Tech Refresh) and so far have been pretty happy with the results. Except for this morning – that is. You know the situation. I had spent two...
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    ASP.NET Ajax V1 Beta

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    Announcing the V 1 Beta! With ASP.NET AJAX , developers can quickly create pages with rich, responsive UI and more efficient client-server communication by simply adding a few server controls to their pages. This new Web development technology from...
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    Get Space Invaders

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    I spent way too much time playing this game as a kid. Now that I have it on my phone – I can spend more time on my phone. Free Invaders Game Attack wave after wave of cunning aliens as they drop towards you on the screen. Tailor your game experience...
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    .NET University

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    A fantastic idea by Doug ! .NET University is a way for anyone to get to a set of overview courseware for each of the 4 new technologies associated with .NET 3.0, which is currently RC1. Each lecture is 75 minutes, each lab is 30 minutes, so all content...
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    Collection 5134 : Developing Rich Experiences with Microsoft® .NET Framework 3.0 and Visual Studio® 2005

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    Collection 5134 : Developing Rich Experiences with Microsoft® .NET Framework 3.0 and Visual Studio® 2005 This collection of 3 2-hour premium clinics teaches about the new capabilities provided by the .NET Framework 3.0. These clinics...
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    2 Weeks and Counting!

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    Don't forget that the Fall 2006 Code Camp is coming up the weekend of Oct 21-22 at the Microsoft Waltham, MA office. Registration and abstract submission are now open at www.thedevcommunity.org , the new home for New England Code Camps. At this site you...
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    Boston .NET User Group Meeting

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    The October meeting of the Boston .NET User Group this Wednesday 10/11 will feature Stuart Jones speaking on Building Web Applications with AJAX from 6:30-8:30 p.m. There will also be a .NET 101 session from 5-6 p.m. on data binding in ASP.NET 2.0 ...
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    Sandcastle - September 2006 Community Technology Preview (CTP)

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    Sandcastle produces accurate, MSDN style, comprehensive documentation by reflecting over the source assemblies and optionally integrating XML Documentation Comments. Sandcastle has the following key features: · Works with or without authored comments...
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