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    What are you doing with Windows Workflow Foundation?

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    Next quarter, my team ( MSDNEvents.com ) will be doing a session on Windows Workflow Foundation. As we were reviewing the content Today, some questions came up as to some of the scenerios where WWF would be used. We did a lot of brainstorming and we...
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    Upcoming MSDN Events

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    Well, it looks like my schedule changed a bit. In addition to doing Cincinnati (Newport, KY) on the 12th, I'll also be doing Chicago on the 14th. Wohoo... love the windy city! Anyway, there could be some other changes in the coming days for September...
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    Where has Bill been?

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    I'm back! Yep, I've been silent for a while and now that phase is over. I've been spending a lot of time with my Dad. He's back home and recovering from his transplant surgery that occured on July 12th. In case you didn't hear - and I imagine most of...
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    Today's Webcast: AJAX and "Atlas" in ASP.NET 2.0

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    Join me Today for an exciting introduction to Atlas. You'll learn about the exciting new tools for Web application development in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. Microsoft ASP.NET "Atlas" is the code name for a new ASP.NET Web development technology that...
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    ASP.NET Tips and Tricks

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    Well, by popular demand, I am doing another Tips and Tricks webcast today. I've attached a zip file containing the demos so you can follow along. You can sign up for the webcast here! Don't forget, by watching this webcast and filling out the survey...
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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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    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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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts: Auction Site Business Objects Webcast

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    Well... I'm back and for once I've done something unexpected. I've posted my demo code BEFORE the webcast. ;-) Oh, by the way... sorry about missing last week, I had a family emergency that I had to deal with. Those of you who don't know, my Dad is...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts Demo Code

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    Hey All, I've finally posted the demo code for the ASP.NET Soup To Nuts Auction Site. You can download it here . This is an inclusive project that contains all the code we've developed to date. I'll continue to post updates after each webcast. Have...
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    MSDN Events Wants You!!!

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    Come visit us at any one of our upcoming live MSDN Events . We've got a great session this quarter covering Making your Devlopment Simple, Powerful and Personal. Check out MSDNEvents.com and sign up for an upcoming event in your area. And, if you happen...
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    MSDN Flash!

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    Ok... If you're not aware of the MSDN Flash, you need to be! The MSDN Flash is a BiMonthly e-mail news letter that basically covers all the events going in your area. Including my live events, my webcasts and any other activities I might be involved in...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts: Auction Site Management

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    Join me today as I talk about the requirements to have certain "management" style functionallity in our Sample Auction Site. You can sign up for this webcast here . Also, don't forget to check out my new landing page for the site here! I'll be posting...
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    Wahoo! I'm back online!!!

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    Wow... it took forever, but I'm finally back online with this blog. I'll be updating it and releasing a new version of the http://aspsouptonuts.com website very soon... within the next couple days. ;-) By the end of this week, I'll have all the PowerPoint...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts: Internationalization

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    Well, here's the web cast that has been requested by a lot of folks. It's my session on Internationalization. The web cast will begin at 9:00AM PST. Here's a link to the demo code and here's the link to register if you haven't already! See you there...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts: Caching

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    Well, Today is the day I all of you a little Cache. :-) I'll be showing you how to use Page Output Caching, Partial Page Caching (aka Fragment Caching.) I'll also show you how you can use caching internally to your own application with a cool kind of...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts: Web Part Controls

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    Wow... that was a great webcast! As promised... Here's the demo code that I built during the presentation. Feel free to download it and play around with it. Also, don't forget to check out http://www.asp.net and go through their tutorial on how to...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts: Monitoring Your ASP.NET Application Webcast

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    Well... here's Today's demo files for my ASP.NET Soup To Nuts Webcast at Noon Eastern. Here's the abstract for it: "Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 includes many features you can use to monitor an application and diagnose various problems that may arise during...
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    The Code Room (Episode 3) is now out!!!

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    Hurray!!! There's a new episode of The Code Room . In case you don't know, The Code Room is a television program that my team puts together on a "when we get funding" basis. Please download this video and watch it... it's a great one around an interesting...
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    ASP.NET Soup To Nuts: Application State Managment webcast

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    Well, Tomorrow's session is all about state. From Application State to View State... with a little Cookie and Session state thown in for good measure. You can sign up for it here: ASP.NET Soup To Nuts: Application State Managment Hope to see you...
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    ASP.NET 2.0 Soup to Nuts: User Settings

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    Well... getting ready for Today's webcast. Here is the sample code. This session will be about how you can store user settings in the profile system of ASP.NET 2.0. We'll cover various aspects like Anonymous profile settings, Authenticated profile...
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    I love my job!

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    As I sit here writing next months webcast content, it occured to me... I love this job. When I first decided to accept this position as the Great Lakes Developer Community Champion 2 years ago, I was cautioned by a few of my fellow coworkers that I'd...
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    ASP.NET Soup to Nuts series.

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    Well, we've been busy. By popular request, we've developed a simple, yet effective "landing page" for this series. It will contain links to all past web casts in this series as well as links to the upcoming webcasts. One note, the even on the 13th...
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    ASP.NET Soup to Nuts: Web Site Security

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    Hi Folks... It's me from Sunny Seattle Washington! Just kidding... it's raining again. That makes 21 days straight! Anyway, here's the demo code from the webcast. Bill
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    ASP.NET Soup to Nuts: Adding Pizzazz to Your Web Site

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    Ok... I've posted the demo code to my web site. Default.aspx and Default2.aspx show the themes and master pages. Default3.aspx shows the "Automation" part where you can select a theme from a drop down list box and it will automatically change. ...
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    SlingBox Rocks!

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    Ok... I normally don't do this, but I have to tell the world about the SlingBox . I purchased it from Radio Shack for $199 after a $50 rebate. (Actually, I also got an additional $50 mail-in rebate, but it's not there anymore.) Now, you might ask,...
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