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.NET 2.0 ReflectionOnly context

I am preparing a new series of talks on What’s New in .NET 2.0 for several customers.  One of the topics that a customer requested is “What’s New in Reflection”.  I pulled up Joel Pobar’s post on What’s new in System.Reflection (and friends), and the ReflectionOnly context struck me as really interesting.  Joel’s post indicates… Read more

.NET Rocks Comes To Atlanta this Friday!

The .NET Rocks! RoadShow will be in Atlanta this Friday, October 21, 2005 at 6:00 pm at the Microsoft Alpharetta office (click here for directions).  Richard Campbell and Carl Franklin will be in Atlanta to talk about What’s New in VB 2005 and What’s New in .NET Mobility.  They will also give a couple short… Read more

Neat ASP.NET Trick: Multiple Forms on a Page

Tinkering around today, and I figured out a weird trick with ASP.NET 1.1.  If you try to add 2 forms to an ASP.NET page, you get a nice error: A page can have only one server-side Form tag. Apparently, that message should be augmented to read: A page can have only one visible server-side Form… Read more

SharePoint 1,2,3! in Atlanta

There is still room left for the SharePoint 1,2,3! event on Monday, October 17th at the Microsoft Alpharetta office.  Monday’s session will cover advanced topics such as connectable web parts, Office integration, Document Library Events, Workflow Implementation, the SharePoint Object Model, and SharePoint Web Services.  If you aren’t familiar with what Matt and Brandon (Atlanta’s own… Read more