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Monthly Archives: November 2005

Why can’t we build 1.1 apps with VS 2005?

I’ve heard and read a lot of comments over the months about why can’t we build applications for the 1.1 framework using the VS 2005 IDE?  Simple.  VS 2005 only targets the 2.0 framework.  However, it appears as though making … Continue reading 

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Presenting The Rest of Visual Studio 2005 Launch Event

Monday, December 05, 2005 (PST) – The REST of Visual Studio 2005 Speaker: Raymond Lewallen Location: Lunch: Oklahoma City OSU/OKC Student Center Dinner: Oklahoma City Downtown Library TOO MUCH MATERIAL, TOO LITTLE TIME… For the first time we are actually planning … Continue reading 

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Rest In Peace, Eddie Guerrero

Rest in peace, Eddie Guerrero.  As a fan of WWE wrestling, I’m very saddened by the loss of one of its greatest entertainers.  I could say lots about EG, as he was one of my favorites and a crowd favorite.  … Continue reading 

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November CTP of Enterprise Library 2.0 released

We all know that Visual Studio, Sql Server and BizTalk were all released in a big product launch yesterday.  But did you know that the new Enterprise Library 2.0 November CTP was also released yesterday?  If you have your RTM … Continue reading 

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Visual Studio 2005 Product Launch – My Fan Club Attendees

As we all know, the big product launch party/event/whatever is happening in San Francisco today.  Here is a friend of mine, also president of my fan club, who is attending.  I sure hope he doesn’t get beat up wearing this T-Shirt … Continue reading 

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Visual Studio 2005 RTM – Bugs Bugs Everywhere?

So I come in this morning and start catching up on the 339 unread rss feed posts in my reader.  After 10 minutes, I’ve already come across 4 great developers who have uncovered bugs in the VS 2005 RTM 😐 … Continue reading 

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Oklahoma City .Net November 7, 2005 Group Meeting – INETA Speaker – Josh Holmes

November 7, 2005 Group Meeting – INETA Speaker – Josh Holmes Topic: Seamless Integration Through Visual Studio Tools for Office(VSTO) This presentation goes a little deeper because it assumes that you have seen VSTO before and really focuses on behaving … Continue reading 

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