November 2007 - Posts

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DevTeach: Beth's Beer Demo by Ken Cox [MVP]

We're having lots of fun at DevTeach , and the mood was bubbly at Beth Massi 's presentation on the new features in VB 9.0. You see, the big boss of DevTeach, Jean-René Roy, opened the beer cooler for the whole crowd in mid-afternoon. You can imagine...
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DevTeach: Getting Control Over VStudio 2008 by Ken Cox [MVP]

After Aaron Marten's talk on Visual Studio 2008 extensibility this afternoon, we were chatting about some possible examples and power tools for the shell. I piped up that I'd like something that would give me some control over the recent files/projects...
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DevTeach: Entertaining Presenters by Ken Cox [MVP]

While taking in the technical content here at DevTeach Vancouver, I've been watching out for speakers who are knowledgeable and highly entertaining at the same time. When you're sitting in an airless hotel meeting room, the presenters who can keep you...
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Is 'Thingy' Okay When Talking LINQ? by Ken Cox [MVP]

Hey gang, I need some support here. I'm in the author review phase of ASP.NET 3.5 For Dummies . In a chapter on LINQ, an editor wants me to change 'Thingy' to "a more concrete noun". Here's an example heading: Narrowing the thingys with a Select...
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Free Rich Text Editor ASP.NET Control Includes Source Code by Ken Cox [MVP]

Wow! Check out the free Rich Text Editor control for ASP.NET on CodePlex. What a great contribution to the community. You can download the source code here .
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Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 Release This Month by Ken Cox [MVP]

Announcements about Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 are gradually coming out. Soma confirms that the products will release to manufacturing by the end of the month. More info here: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/products/default...
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