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    In my front yard...

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    Ok... just had to show everybody this... not only do I have a problem with deer, but now, I'm starting to get the "weird" deer. Check out this picture of one I just took in my yard. http://www.wjsteele.com/blogimages/deer.jpg . I see several deer everyday...
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    C# Soup To Nuts Webcast Links

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    And here is all the C# Soup To Nuts webcasts so far. (Note, the last 5 haven't occured yet, but you can register for them.) Bill 11/13/2006 - Introduction to C# Join me in this webcast where I kick off an introduction to Microsoft's Newest...
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    This weeks events: Lexington, KY and Dayton, OH

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    This week I will be presenting in Lexington, Kentucky and Dayton, Ohio and I will have a special guest... well, actually a new member of my team, Susan Wisowaty. Susan will be covering our events, mostly south of my area, while Ron Cundiff is working...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts Webcast Links

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    For all of you who are looking, here's a list of all the ASP.NET Soup To Nuts Webcast Links 11/7/2005 - HTML Basics The first webcast in this series introduces the concepts behind the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). HTML is a powerful tool that...
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    My Digital Cockpit Panel

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    Ok... Everybody's interested in what I am doing for my airplane. As a lot of you know (or might have heard ) I am doing some interesting stuff for my RV8A Cockpit. Yep... I'm going to be running Windows in my plane. A lot of people are going to immediatly...
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    ASP.NET 2.0 Soup to Nuts: The Webcast Series

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    Well, Yesterday was another successful webcast in my ASP.NET Soup to Nuts webcast series. It was the second one of the series, which looks like it's going to wind up being a total of 26 webcasts. All around ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Web Developer Express...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts - HTML Basics

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    I wanted to thank everybody for attending. Click here for the demo files for that session. Bill
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    Saving Recorded Audio to IsolatedStorage

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    So, after the Windows Phone 7 Developer Launch events, I've had several questions about how someone should store audio captured from the microphone for later playback. I said IsolatedStorage was the way to do it, but I left it to the attendees to figure...
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    Update on my BD5 Mini Jet

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    Well... a couple of you have been asking so here it is. When I got a chance, I've been toying around with the BD5 and Amanda (my Daughter) has really been going to town on it. After all this time, here are a few pictures of the current status of the BD5...
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    My Flying Car Concept.

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    Well... here it is, the first official drawing of my Flying Car design. What do you think? Bill
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    Lexington, KY and Dayton, OH events

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    Well, this past Tuesday I had an awesome event down in Lexington, Kentucky. Love going down there. They're starting up a new .NET SIG for the LexMUG (Lexington Microsoft Users Group) and they will begin meeting on the 19th of this month (and every 3rd...
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    My presentation in Lansing and GrandRapids.

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    So... this week, I'm in Michigan, doing events in Lansing and Grand Rapids. We're talking about Advancded Windows Forms development, ASP.NET Troubleshooting and Visual Studio Team System. This is one fantastic session! To sign up, go to http://www.msdnevents...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: C# and Windows Presentation Foundation

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    Well... after a little break, I'm back with the C# Soup To Nuts webcast series. This time, with a new webcast about Windows Presentation Foundation . This will be a quick introduction to what WPF brings to the table for C# developers, preparing you for...
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    Well... I'm back from Mississippi and Louisana

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    This last week was very humbling. I spent it flying supplies to badly needed areas hit hard by Katrina. I flew a total of about 45 flights and delivered over 17,500 MREs, bottles of water and other supplies. I'm just amazed at all the damage. Being from...
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    Update to the Digital Cockpit Project.

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    Well, I just posted another picture of my Digital Cockpit Project: http://www.wjsteele.com/images/efis.jpg . This one shows the new modern looking display. (This is a first generation of it, the later version isn't running on my hardware, just in VS.NET...
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    I'm doing a web cast titled "Building a Click Once Toolkit"

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    This is a pretty cool webcast, where I'll show you a little class library that I threw together to aid in adding ClickOnce features to your application. Here is the source code. http://www.wjsteele.com/clickonce.zip . In that zip file, you'll find a project...
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    Older "Soup to Nuts" Webcasts are expired.

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    Well, it seems that the webcasts that I did a while back, the VB Soup To Nuts, ASP.NET Soup To Nuts and C# Soup To Nuts webcasts have expired. Some of these webcasts were 4 years old!!! What that means is that they've been in our webcast engine so...
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    C# Soup To Nuts: Exception Handling

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    Wow... after a great week out in Seattle, I'm back. I've learned a lot and will be developing some new content around WPF and WPF/E in the future, but for now, it's back to C# Soup To Nuts . This week, I will be talking about C# Exception Handling...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts: Auction Site Page Interaction

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    Well, Today is part 25 of 26 ...we're getting close to the end of this fantastic series! Anyway, here is Today's demo code for those of you who like to follow along. We'll be talking about the page flow of the auction application and we'll also discuss...
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    Launch Week!!!

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    Well... This is going to be one busy week for me! Today at Noon Eastern, I'm doing a web cast for beginning web developers titled " ASP.NET Soup to Nuts: HTML Basics " where I'll discuss the fundementals of HTML. It's going to be a great kick off to my...
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    ASUS Eee PC Review

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    Wow... a product review from me? Normally, I wouldn't do something like this, but this machine is so good, I had too. The product is the ASUS Eee PC (Buy.com for $349.) This is a very small "sub notebook" computer. It is a solid state machine with...
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    WPF Soup To Nuts: Helpful Tools

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    Here it is at last, the final installment of the WPF Soup To Nuts webcast series. In this last part of our 18 part webcast series on WPF, I will be talking about some of the tools you can use to help your user experience design. I will talk about XAMLPad...
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    Dayton and Mansfield

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    Ok... this week my events are in Mansfield, Ohio and Dayton, Ohio. I've got some rocking content as evidenced by my event yesterday in Mansfield... it was Great! First, we're going to show you some very cool things you can do with WinForms... in a session...
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    My Up Coming Week.

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    This next week is going to be very busy for me - aside from the Election. Tuesday and Friday, I have a couple of series webcasts (these are both the first of three in the series...) on Security. Tuesday's Webcast is on the Essentials of Application Security...
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    Moderation and Las Vegas.

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    It seems that some *$@% has figured that he can start using my Blog as a place to SPAM everybody. So, I've turned moderation on. This will keep it out of everybody's RSS feed. Sorry, one bad apple. I promise, I will, without personal regard, post all...
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