Monthly Archives: February 2007

Validation Application Block ASP.NET Integration Example Download – Jan 2007 CTP

One more example you can download associated with the Enterprise Library 3.0 Validation Application Block Presentation I gave at the South Florida Code Camp. One of the really cool features in the Validation Application Block is the ASP.NET and Winform Integration … Continue reading 

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Web Client Software Factory Example Download – Database CRUD to SQL Server 2005 Express

I had a really great time presenting at the South Florida Code Camp this weekend. I presented the Enterprise Library 3.0 Validation Application Block as well as the Web Client Software Factory. I know a number of you who attended my … Continue reading 

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Orlando Code Camp Presentations and Call For Speakers – March 24, 2007

The Orlando Code Camp is on March 24, 2007 and the call for speakers is now open. Anyone interested in speaking can download a speaker form to submit a session. I highly recommend speaking and/or attending the event. I will … Continue reading 

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User-Defined Conversions in C#

User-Defined Conversions in C# by David Hayden  I was reading Illustrated C# 2005 by Dan Solis last night when I came across a chapter on Conversions. My first reaction was to skip the chapter as it didn't appear that interesting. … Continue reading 

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Refactor!™ for ASP.NET – Free Download

Brian Goldfarb mentioned this on his blog a little bit ago and I thought it was certainly worth repeating – "Refactor! is freely available to all ASP.NET 2.0 developers and offers a comprehensive suite of tools that enable you and … Continue reading 

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Enterprise Library 3.0 DAAB Improvements To Date

Enterprise Library 3.0 DAAB Improvements To Date by David Hayden  I can't help but get excited about the new features in Enterprise Library 3.0 as well as the new software factories put out by the Microsoft Patterns and Practices Team. … Continue reading 

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