Monthly Archives: April 2004

Took the 70-340 Beta exam

I finally took the 70-340 beta exam. Overall I thought it was appropriately challenging. Like others have mentioned, there is a good bit on cryptography. I hope this is more geared toward an MCSD, since there were both winform and … Continue reading 

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I’m off to Devscovery too!

Like Grant said, I’m getting ready to go to the Devscovery conference in Washington, DC. There will be a total of eight (8) WeProgram.NET user group members attending, including our two free conference pass winners! If you want to meet up with … Continue reading 

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SourceSafe Binding Remover tool updated

I’ve updated my SourceSafe Binding Remover tool. Thanks to Dave Bettin, it now removes the binding information from the solution and project files too! With that change, the only real difference between Dave’s NukeSourceSafe tool and my own is that … Continue reading 

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Send me your TDD blog

Have a blog focused on Test Driven Development?  Or do you have a TDD category?  Leave a comment below and I’ll add them to the .NET Test Driven Development overview.  [I have a new Test Driven Development category. If you noticed … Continue reading 

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Test Driven Development comes to Richmond!

On Thursday, May 13, at 6:30 PM the WeProgram.NET – Richmond user group will offer: Test Driven Development: Building .NET Muscle! Steve Metsker and Darrell Norton will present this hands-on introduction to TDD, at the CapTech lab. The lab is … Continue reading 

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Review of BizTalk Unleashed by Susie Adams, et al

BizTalk Server is a complicated product, so it is natural that several authors would get together to write BizTalk Unleashed. In fact, thirteen authors contributed to the book. All the subjects are covered, but unfortunately I had to port all … Continue reading 

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Get Visual Studio syntax highlighting for alternate file extensions

Question:How do I configure things so that I can get proper code highlighting when I have a file that is a standard format (XML, or SQL) but has an alternate extension (.DNN, .SqlDataProvider)? Answer:Edit the registry (Warning: This is dangerous!  … Continue reading 

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BizTalk Server KnowledgeBase articles

BizTalk Server KB articles by KBAlertz.

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Michael Platt posts SOA overview

Check out Michael Platt’s SOA taxonomy and information. Includes vision, business and technology sections, development and operations process links, examples, and blogs!

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Active Directory Application Mode technical reference doc

The Active Directory® Application Mode (ADAM) Technical Reference has just been released on Microsoft Downloads.  I’m a big fan of using directory services for authentication and authorization rather than recreating the same information in a database.  So I’ve looked over … Continue reading 

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