Configuring ASP.NET Membership to use Active Directory Provider

A while back I posted about using the Active Directory Membership Provider in Visual Studio 2005, Beta 2. I finally got around to testing my code and configuration against the RTM bits, and wanted to let folks know that the steps I outline should still work fine on RTM. One thing that’s most likely to…

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Adding ASP.NET Atlas to an existing ASP.NET 2.0 Web Site

One of the fun sessions at this weekend’s Richmond Code Camp was an AJAX/Atlas chalk talk by Don “DonXML” Demsak and Steve Radich. One of the questions that came up at the session, which I said I’d look into, was whether there was any wizard currently to convert an existing ASP.NET 2.0 web site into…

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TFS MSSCCI Provider 1.0 now available

Rob Caron: We just published v1.0 of the Visual Studio Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider (updated URL – may not be live right away) to Microsoft Downloads. This release was tested with the following products: Visual Studio .NET 2003 Visual C++ 6 SP6 Visual Visual Basic 6 SP6 Visual FoxPro 9 SP1 Microsoft Access 2003 SP2 SQL…

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BaltoMSDN April Meeting: Vishwas Lele on Visual Studio Team System

From my friends at BaltoMSDN: April 19th, 2006 Automating Your Development Process with Visual Studio Team System Vishwas Lele, Microsoft’s Regional Director for Washington D.C., will be presenting on Visual Studio 2005 Team System. In this session, we will discuss how Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) can be used to improve the software development process….

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Last chance for an ASP.NET 2.0 Development Pack

Looking to get up to speed on ASP.NET 2.0, or learn how to transition your skills from JSP, PHP, or ColdFusion? Check out http://www.learn2asp.net/. Through April 17th, register for and view 3 ASP.NET 2.0 webcasts (either live or on-demand), and you’ll be eligible to receive an ASP.NET 2.0 Development Pack, including: Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2005 Standard…

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CMAP News

Job Fair – April 4th, Prior to the Main Meeting The Central Maryland Association of  .NET Professionals will be having a .NET Developer’s Job Fair from 4pm to 6:30pm prior to April’s main meeting, at the UMBC Tech Center. This Job Fair is for people with all levels of experience, from those that want to…

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New TFS MSSCCI Provider coming

Brian Harry reports that his team is planning to release a new version of the MSSCCI provider for TFS next week (the week of April 3rd). For the acronym-challenged reader, the MSSCCI provider enables MSSCCI-compliant clients to access the source control features of Team Foundation Server. This includes, among others: Visual Studio .net 2003 Visual…

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ASP.NET Roundup, issue 2

Here’s another set of ASP.NET-related content: ScottGu writes about some good articles on Membership and Role Management in ASP.NET 2.0. Also from Scott, a post on upcoming ASP.NET releases in April. Lots of cool stuff coming for Atlas, CSS, RSS, and more. From Bipin Joshi, a new starter kit: The Jobs Site Starter Kit. There’s…

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Need to P/Invoke?

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you probably don’t need to (and get your mind out of the gutter, I’m talking about programming here), but if you’re one of the lucky folks who’s tried it, you know that it can be tricky getting the signature just right. Enter PInvoke.net, a wiki of wonder,…

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