PDC '05

posted on 2005-06-13 at 23:18:03 by Joel Ross

I know I won't be at the PDC this year, but the sessions look pretty good! There was some alluding to C# 3.0 at Tech Ed, but it looks like PDC will have a whole lot more about it, as well as more info on Longhorn and IIS 7. Very cool. The difference betw… more »

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Talking to the MSDN Team

posted on 2005-06-09 at 02:07:02 by Joel Ross

I had a chance to talk to a few of the guys on the MSDN search team, as well as the GotDotNet folks. Of course, my reason for stopping was to talk to the INETA team, but they were busy, and GotDotNet offered a free t-shirt if you filled out a survey. I… more »

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Generating Code During Compilation

posted on 2005-06-08 at 10:31:47 by Joel Ross

I just sat through a breakout session at Tech Ed about the internals of ASP.NET 2.0, and saw a really cool feature. You can create your own build providers and tell it to handle a certain type of file. In the build provider, you can read that file and us… more »

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Tech Ed Report, Day 1

posted on 2005-06-08 at 01:14:36 by Joel Ross

I arrived Sunday around 6:00 PM in Orlando, went to the hotel and then left to get registered. It was a fairly easy and quick process - no lines! Brian and I traveled together and we met up with Jim Becher, drove around, and then met up with Drew Robbins… more »

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CMS News From Tech Ed

posted on 2005-06-08 at 00:38:06 by Joel Ross

I attended both of the CMS sessions at Tech Ed, and there was some very good information provided, but better yet, both sessions had some big news announcements. I was going to write up a post, but instead, I'm just going to point you to Andrew Connell's… more »

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Automatically Adding Projects To CruiseControl.NET

posted on 2005-06-04 at 01:02:56 by Joel Ross

I recently set up a build server for my personal projects that includes CruiseControl.Net, Vault, and Dragnet. I'll be putting my blogging tool on there, as well as a few other things I have been putting together. Anyway, one of the pains of setting up… more »

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AJAX, Revisited

posted on 2005-06-03 at 22:47:14 by Joel Ross

I've been thinking about a couple of things with regard to AJAX lately, and I'm starting to change my tune on the whole thing. Remember, first I said I didn't think it was worth using, and even highlighted a couple of posts about the problems of using it… more »

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Open Source Development With Sourceforge

posted on 2005-06-03 at 22:37:41 by Joel Ross

Phil Haack has a great post about getting set up to do open source development using Sourceforge. He's starting up SubText, a branch from the .Text source, and is using Sourceforge to do so, so it's pretty fresh in his mind. The only thing I would add i… more »

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Signing Assemblies in VS.NET 2005

posted on 2005-05-31 at 23:51:15 by Joel Ross

As part of my process of moving the Tourney Bracket Control to .NET 2.0, I had to revisit signing. We sign our control, and we did it through the AssemblyInfo.cs file in 1.1. That doesn't work in 2.0. You now have to do it through the properties of the… more »

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.NET 2.0 - Server Control Base Class

posted on 2005-05-31 at 23:47:08 by Joel Ross

I'm starting to research what it's going to take to write the Tourney Bracket Control in ASP.NET 2.0, and I found the first cool new feature. There's a new base class for custom controls. Before, if you were doing anything remotely complicated (i.e, not… more »

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