Wanna learn .Net? Enroll today in the .Net University

Yes, its there now. Learning .Net just as a curriculum. The .Net Univerisity provides online courses, labs to try some hands on  & presentations. Feel free to download and study at your own pace. Or you can even become a student by enrolling for trainings. Each lecture is 75 mins and each lab is 30…

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Just a word about DPAPI

An obvious question after my last post is of course – What is DPAPI? Beginning Windows 2000, the OS comes with the DP API packaged within it. The Data Protection API (DPAPI) is a set of functions that provide OS level services to user and system processes. The protection with DPAPI is based on a…

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SecureString

.Net 2.0 has come up with hordes of exciting new features. It’s quite difficult to look at them all at one glance. Another new thing that I bumped on was the SecureString class. Given the sensitivity of the data that some classes might be dealing with, sometimes it becomes really important to secure the data…

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Where is Tim Hibbard?

With a stunning combination of the GPS technology with ASP.net, AJAX and map services, EnGraph has come up with this really cool project. Its basically about locating people where they are by using a GPS link and then updating it real time on a web site. The demo tracks Tim Hibbard from Kansas to Florida…

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Developer Community site for .Net 3.0

Just on the heels of renaming Winfx to .Net 3.0, a new developer community site has been created for the technology. Find it at – http://www.netfx3.com/default.aspx Going forward, this is going to be a key channel to build the excitement around the .Net 3.0.The site will contain downloads, code snippets, docs and lot more stuff…

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Winfx now becomes .Net 3.0

The most talked about platform – the Winfx that encompassed the major breakthroughs including the Communication Foundation, Presentation Foundation and the Workflow Foundation has now been renamed to .Net 3.0. Much unlike the Vista story, this remains a change ONLY in the name. So Winfx buddies can obviously be relaxed as it does not change…

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