Andrew Photos

Need a headshot for your user group site, or other purposes? Use the links below to download the size and format you prefer: Large size, high-quality (TIF Format) Large size, medium-quality (JPG Format) Medium size, medium-quality (JPG Format) Small size (JPG format) Large size, medium-quality (JPG Format)  Large size (GIF Format)  Small size, medium-quality (JPG Format)  Medium size,…

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Andrew’s Bio

G. Andrew Duthie, aka devhammer, is the Developer Evangelist for Microsoft’s Mid-Atlantic States district, where he provides support and education for developers working with the .net development platform. In addition to his work with Microsoft, Andrew is the author of several books on ASP.NET and web development, and has spoken at numerous industry conferences from VSLive!…

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Free Anti-virus protection for Microsoft users from CA

Happy Holidays! For those of you who haven’t already gotten enough presents, here’s one that can help you stay secure…Computer Associates is offering a free one-year subscription to their eTrust EZ Armor LE product which combines their anti-virus and firewall products. You can also get just the eTrust EZ Antivirus at half-price. Details on the offer…

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Upcoming MSDN Chats – VSTS and Security

For those of you who are interested in finding out more about Visual Studio Team System, in particular the code analysis and testing tools included, you can join members of the Enterprise Development and Test team for an MSDN chat next month. There are two dates/times available: January 12th, 2005 from 5:30-6:30pm Pacific Time (Add…

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What’s a Developer Evangelist?

Just in case some of my readers were wondering, I thought I’d post a quick overview of what I do here at Microsoft. My official title is .net Developer Evangelist for the Mid-Atlantic district, which includes Maryland, Virginia, Washington, DC, and West Virginia, and I am responsible for all of the developers in that territory, from…

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Quick browser tip

This comes from one of the technical lists I’m on… Have you ever wanted to resize your browser to a specific size, either for testing purposes, or just because that’s how you like your browser sized? Well, there’s a quick and easy way to do it with Javascript that works in most modern browsers. Simply…

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Do you like Membership in ASP.NET 2.0, but don’t want to wait?

Now you don’t have to…the ASP.NET team has announced the release of a prototype component that provides an implementation of the Membership, Roles, and Profile functionality from ASP.NET 2.0. Following is the announcement: Today we have made available the Microsoft ASP.NET v1.1 Member Management Component Prototype on the ASP.NET site. You can download it at…

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Help Microsoft develop a better data platform…and win prizes

From a colleague on the SQL Server team, the following request/opportunity: This is an invitation given by Microsoft to leading edge application developers to participate in a research survey that seeks feedback on improving the application development experience working with data platforms. In the best interest of developers, the objectives of this survey are: To…

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Critical Update for Internet Explorer – MS04-040

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/MS04-040.mspx contains information on a Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer. If you are running Internet Explorer, you should apply this update as soon as possible. Please note that Windows XP SP 2 and Windows Server 2003 are not affected. MS Knowledge Base article KB889293 describes issues that you may encounter with this update. In addition to…

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