Richmond.net December meeting tomorrow!

From my friends at Richmond .net: Note Location ChangeIntro to Web Controls by Miguel Castro ASP.NET MVP Thursday, December 1, 2005 at 6:30 PMLocation: Ironworks, 4121 Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA [map] Abstract The development of custom Webcontrols is a .NET technology that is still underused even though .NET has been around for over three…

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ASP.NET 2.0 Provider Model at Roanoke .net!

Anyone in the Roanoke, VA area? Then you should plan to be at the Roanoke Valley .NET User Group tomorrow night for my talk on the ASP.NET 2.0 Provider Model. The meeting starts at 6pm at their new location, the County of Roanoke Public Safety Building. Directions are available on the RVNUG web site. Upcoming…

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SouthEastern Virginia Code Camp Postponed

Seems like it’s been a while since I posted (took a break from blogging over the Thanksgiving holiday), and I wish I had better news to post. The code camp planned for SouthEastern Virginia on December 10th in Norfolk, VA has been postponed, and will be rescheduled for a TBD date in 2006. Unfortunately, the…

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Speakers needed for Pittsburg Code Camp!

Are you in the Pittsburgh area (or willing to make a day trip there) and interested in sharing information with your peers in the developer community? Then you have a golden opportunity to do so at the upcoming Pittsburgh Code Camp on December 10th. The folks organizing the event have posted their Call For Speakers,…

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BaltoMSDN November Meeting

From my friends at BaltoMSDN: Here’s what we are doing this month at BaltoMSDN (http://www.baltomsdn.com/) … Topic:What we learned at the MS Launch at VSConnections Description: Mark and Brian attended many sessions with a focus on learning the new features of Visual Studio 2005, the .NET 2.0 CLR and Visual Studio Team Systems. Mark will…

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Two new Code Camps to announce!

I’m very excited to be able to announce two new upcoming Code Camps, both in Pennsylvania! First up, on December 3rd, will be the Central Penn .net User Group’s Winter 2005 Code Camp, to be held in Harrisburg, PA. From their site: On Saturday, December 3, the Central Penn .NET Users Group is hosting a…

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Act Fast for FREE online Visual Studio 2005 Training!

https://www.microsoftelearning.com/visualstudio2005/ That’s where you need to go to get a hold of a boatload of FREE online courses for Visual Studio 2005. What’s the catch? You have to sign up before November 17th, 2005. What? You’re still here? Go get some free training!

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Security Code Camp pictures posted!

It’s taken longer than I’d have liked, but I’ve finally got pictures posted from the October 29th Security Code Camp. They can be found on the Photos page of the Mid-Atlantic Code Camp web site. I’ve also updated the web site with the registration links for the next two code camps, Norfolk, VA, and Pittsburg,…

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SUGDC Inaugural Meeting

Hearty congratulations go out to Gary Blatt on the very impressive start for his new Sharepoint user group, which had its inaugural meeting last night in Fairfax, Virginia. Gary did a terrific job, including providing some very nice munchies (Gary’s alter ego is a caterer). Here are a couple of pictures I snapped at the…

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Some clarification on Visual Studio Team System vs Team Foundation Server

Rob Caron provides some clarification on what is and isn’t included in the RTM (released to manufacturing – i.e. “done”) bits of Visual Studio 2005 Team System. Bottom line…with the Team Edition for Software Architects, Team Edition for Software Developers, and Team Edition for Software Testers, you get all of the features associated with those…

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