MOSS 2007 + SQL Server 2008 Presentation

Here is the MOSS 2007 + SQL Server 2008 Webcast Presentation that we did today.  Download the presentation. MOSS and SQL Server 2008 – Better Together (Webcast).pptx

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MOSS and SQL Server 2008 – Better Together

When:  Today @ 12:30 EST Power-up on the latest in Application Platform from Microsoft!  Join us for the following 60 Minute Power Lunch Session Webcast presentation on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 and SQL Server 2008. To be successful in today’s economic climate, organizations must be able to find ways to save money and…

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Dell Mini 9 NetBook and Windows 7 – Very Cool!

I got a Dell Mini 9 recently!  Since then it has been an upgrade paradise.  The Dell Mini 9 came with an 1.6GHz Atom N270 processor, 64GB Solid State Drive, 1GB of RAM, 802.11g Wireless, Bluetooth, 1.3MP Camera.  It now has a RunCore 64GB Solid State Drive, 2GB of RAM (Geil Memory), and an Intel…

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Enter CRM Incubation Week!

The Microsoft Technology Center Boston is hosting the 2nd Microsoft Dynamics CRM Incubation Week. If you or your company is interested in integrating your software with Microsoft Dynamics CRM, this is a great opportunity! The selected teams will spend the whole week (April 20-24) at the MTC in Waltham, MA. The first ½ day will…

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Essential WCF On Its Way!

We (Steve, Chris, and I) can finally say that Essential Windows Communication Foundation will be available soon.  It took almost two years to complete (yes, a very long time).  One major takeaway from the experience "Writing a book is extremely hard work."  I personally spent many days and nights at Starbucks in many different cities…

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Using WindowsFormsHost to host InfoPath Forms in WPF

Here is a basic sample to host an InfoPath form inside of Windows Presentation Foundation.  This sample shows how to use the WindowsFormsHost to embed the Microsoft.Office.InfoPath.FormControl in a WPF application. “Hosting InfoPath FormControl inside WPF Application” on CodePlex

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WPF RoutedCommand Example

So I know a lot about many things technical; however, I really haven’t done much with WPF and Silverlight until just recently.  Along the way I usually write simple applications to help understand a particular concept.  This application shows how to use WPF Routed Commands.  More specifically it uses the NavigationCommands.Search command. One interesting aspect…

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WinFxHttpCompression Module Now On CodePlex

It has been a long time since GotDotNet took their site down, but finally I can say that the code for the WinFxHttpCompression module is now on CodePlex.  Go to http://www.codeplex.com/httpcompression/  

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I have been tagged!

Bob German tagged me on his blog.  This seems to be the equivalent of a chain letter or some multi-level marketing scheme.  Just kidding Bob!  This seems to be a great way for people to get to know other people.  So I guess the purpose of the tag is for me to write about 5…

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Advantages of my HTTP Compression module over other on the web!

Someone asked me why I should use your HTTP Compression module over some others on the web.  The difference is in features!  My compression module has a number of advantages. 1) Mine is completely reliant on .NET 2.0 Classes.  Therefore it gets the goodness that is .NET 2.0.  For example I use Generics for some…

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