eWeek Says – Scott Guthrie the 28th most influential person in IT !

… or so says eWeek. [ HERE ] Scott is in fine company with 10 of the 100 most important (according to eWeek) being Microsofties. 3. Steve Ballmer CEO, Microsoft 6. Jean-Philippe Courtois President, Microsoft International, Microsoft 12. Kevin Turner COO, Microsoft 13. Ray Ozzie Chief software architect, Microsoft 26. Bob Muglia Senior vice president,…

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Book: Murach’s C# Updated for 2008

sIf you are an avid reader, like I am, then you know that different publishers tend to have different styles and specialties. Murach is unique. They don’t publish TONS of books, but the ones they do publish fill an interesting space. Take this one…… Murach’s C# 2008: Joel Murach: BooksISBN: 1890774464ISBN-13: 9781890774462 I first read…

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Free CMS and Hosting for .NET User Groups

Applied Innovations, Kentico Partner to Offer Unique Solution for .NET User Groups Kentico Software, maker of Kentico CMS, and Applied Innovations, a Microsoft Gold Certified provider of Windows-based Hosting solutions, announced today the two companies have partnered to offer a unique free Web site solution for .NET User Groups. Boca Raton, Fla. (PRWEB) April 8,…

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BOOK: Microsoft AJAX Library Essentials

This is another one of those "Sniper Topics" that I like, again from PAKT Publishing. Microsoft AJAX Library Essentials: Client-side ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Explained: Cristian Darie,Bogdan Brinzarea: BooksISBN: 1847190987ISBN-13: 9781847190987 Approximately 280 pages of drill down on Object Oriented Client Side development in JavaScript using the Microsoft AJAX Client Libraries. Not only does this text…

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Microsoft patterns & practices Web Client Software Factory 2.0

I know this isn’t “hot off the press” but I’m just Microsoft patterns & practices Web Client Software Factory 2.0 February 2008 Release    Resources ·          MSDN site: http://msdn.microsoft.com/webclientfactory ·   Community site: http://www.codeplex.com/websf And some more information from their February Release Announcement…. The Web Client Software Factory (WCSF) provides a set of guidance for architects…

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The Developer’s Guide to loosing 20 pounds in 8 days !

Nope, this is not an infomercial. I’ve been on the road for lots of this spring. For the last two weeks I was in Seattle for the MVP Summit, then in Orlando for Dev Connections, then in Atlantic City for the Microsoft Health and Life Sciences. I got sick about half way through the 2…

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ASPConnections Orlando – Dynamic Data & Listview Talks

Thanks to all who attended my ASP Connections Talks last Monday in Orlando. It’s great to see the interest in the new features! ASP.NET 3.5 Dynamic Data [PowerPoint] [Demos] ASP.NET ListView & DataPager [PowerPoint] [Demos] ….. and as promised, here are links to some of the clever blogger’s samples out there. ListView Web Server Control…

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Microsoft Health & Life Sciences Event Presentations

Thanks to everyone who attended my AJAX Sessions at the Microsoft Health & Life Sciences Developer’s Conference in Atlantic City last week. Here are links to the PowerPoints and Demos ASP.NET AJAX Security [Demo Code] [PowerPoint Deck] ASP.NET AJAX Patterns [Demo Code] [PowerPoint Deck] …. and here are links to the free ASP.NET Security Books…

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BOOK: Advanced ASP.NET AJAX Server Controls: For .NET 3.5

I frequently am asked to server as a technical reviewer on development books. Time doesn’t permit me to always say yes but I try to make time to agree to do the more interesting titles. This book is one I said yes to. Adam and Joel have done a great job of exposing this detailed…

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Multiple UpdatePanels – Who caused the update ?

Does your client code need to know what control caused your update panels to update or which of several UpdatePanels contained the triggering control ? Try this…. (Or do the same thing with addbeginRequest();     1 <script type="text/javascript">     2 <!–     3 var prm = Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance();     4      5 prm.add_endRequest(EndRequest);     7 function EndRequest(sender,args)     8     {…

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