Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

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

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    Mobility Developer Days Content

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    I wanted to thank all who attended our recent Mobility Developer Days. As promised I have posted all the slides and demos that were presented. Topic Presenter PPT Demos Introduction to the Compact Framework Thom Robbins Slides Tipper Application Amazon...
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    XPath and .NET

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    An XML Document is modeled as a tree as of nodes that contains a variety of different data types. Each data type can include elements, attributes, and even text. The XML Path Language (XPath) is an expression based language that is used to identify and...
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    XPath and .NET

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    XPath and .NET An XML Document is modeled as a tree as of nodes that contains a variety of different data types. Each data type can include elements, attributes, and even text. The XML Path Language (XPath) is an expression based language that is used...
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    Exploring Windows SharePoint Services

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    Exploring Windows SharePoint Services In case you haven’t heard about it yet, Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) allows both teams and individuals to quickly create Web sites that are used for information sharing and collaboration. One of the main benefits...
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    Call For Speakers

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    *********CALL FOR SPEAKERS********* Developer Code Camp II : The Return! October 16/17, 2004 October 16 – 8:30 AM – 9PM October 17 – 8:30 AM – 4PM Microsoft Waltham Schedule: http://radio.weblogs.com/0131777/CodeCamp2/code2.htm General Call for Speakers...
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    Exploring Windows SharePoint Services

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    What can I do with a Web.Config? In case you haven’t heard about it yet, Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) allows both teams and individuals to quickly create Web sites that are used for information sharing and collaboration. One of the main benefits...
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    DataSet, DataRow and other things

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    Question: I am trying to understand the dataset and how I can use it. It looks like a really powerful feature but it has an incredible amount of objects. It seems to me that I should be able to do simple things like create and edit values. But for the...
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    Welcome Back

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    Welcome to the new site! I am working on moving the older content back. Stay Tuned
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