Microsoft .NET Public Sector Developer Conference

For Education and Government customers, Academic Developers, and Public Sector ISVs, we (Microsoft) are inviting you to attend a day of Developer-Oriented technical sessions, featuring Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server and Microsoft.NET 3.0 (formerly WinFX). You will discover the ability to take control of application lifecycle management using Visual Studio Team System, build next generation web applications…

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Why standardize on the Microsoft Application/Development Platform?

It may be no surprise that there is considerable interest these days for both Private and Public Sector organizations  to standardize on Application/Development Platforms; however what is “somewhat” surprising – is how little the “vendor lock-in” argument seems to surface from the non-Microsoft vendors these days.  I say “somewhat” because personally I’ve never met anyone…

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.NET Development in Academia – ASP.NET on Linux

Since I’m always talking to Education institutions (both K-12 and Higher Ed) about .NET Development Tools and Technologies, I thought it would good to share a blog posted from a good friend and former colleague (Alex Lowe) about Students using ASP.NET to create applications on Linux.  Although I could go on forever about the benefits of .NET Development…

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Collaborate/Develop/Share Source Code @ www.codeplex.com

If you are a hobbiest, student, or professional/acedemic developer and like sites such as GotDotNet.com’s Workspaces, SourceForge, etc… you should also check out http://www.codeplex.com/.  You can create community development projects and/or participate in a community development project that already exists.  This is a great way to get connected with other developers, share best practices, and…

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Game Development with C#

I was just browsing around for any cool new Gaming Engine developed on the .NET development platform and I found this Microsoft site http://www.microsoft.com/events/series/msdnvideodev.mspx.  There is an academic community of developers contributing the gaming engine, creating modules, even creating there own game engine.  Also you will find webcasts, code samples, downloads, etc… that give purpose…

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Issue when attempting to deploy a Biztalk 2006 assembly from Visual Studio 2005

While attempting to deploy a very simple BizTalk Server 2006 (Beta 3 bits) application from my (Windows XP SP2) development machine running VSTS 2005 to my (Windows 2003 SP1) BizTalk 2006/SQL 2005 server, I received several MSDTC errors such as: MSDTC may not be configured correctly –or– Access Denied –or– Failed to add resource (Luid=”System.BizTalk:BizTalkAssembly”, Type=”MyBizTalkProject, version=1.0.0.0,….). Cannot…

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