Monthly Archives: January 2008

South Florida Code Camp on Saturday!

    The South Florida Code Camp will be rockin’ on Saturday. I so look forward to this event! There are so many cool developers in the South Florida area that I only get to meet during this event, and … Continue reading 

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Camtasia Rocks for Creating Microsoft.NET Development Screencasts and Videos!

Last year I started watching a lot of screencasts on the ASP.NET Website as well as on-demand webcasts on the Microsoft website to stay up on the latest Microsoft.NET technologies and learn about best practices. If done right, IMHO the screencasts and … Continue reading 

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Modularity Bundle Screencast – Create Modular ( Pluggable ) ASP.NET Web Applications – WCSF Videos

Recently I mentioned the release of a new guidance bundle by Microsoft Patterns & Practices, called the Modularity Bundle: Modularity Guidance Bundle Released in Web Client Software Factory v2.0 The bundle itself is essentially a repackaging of guidance provided awhile … Continue reading 

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Modularity Guidance Bundle Released in WCSF v2.0

Microsoft Patterns & Practices released the new Modularity Guidance Bundle as part of the Web Client Software Factory, which discusses modularity in your web applications in general as well as discusses how the Composite Web Application Block and Composite Web … Continue reading 

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Book Review: Pro LINQ, Language Integrated Query in C# 2008

If you are looking for a single book that provides great coverage of New C# 3.0 Enhancements for LINQ, LINQ To Objects, LINQ To XML, LINQ To DataSets, and LINQ To SQL, Pro LINQ does a fantastic job providing numerous … Continue reading 

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Enterprise Library 4.0 Product Backlog Posted on CodePlex

Grigori mentions that he posted the Enterprise Library 4.0 Product Backlog on CodePlex, which I take to mean a prioritized list of action items on Enterprise Library 4.0. The backlog lists the much anticipated Dependency Injection Application Block ( to be … Continue reading 

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Getting Started with ADO.NET Data Services

At the Sarasota Visual Studio 2008 InstallFest I showed off a number of ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions CTP Features. One was ASP.NET Dynamic Data, which I have talked about in several posts: ASP.NET Dynamic Data Website Getting Started – ASP.NET RAD … Continue reading 

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