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Help: WebResource.axd Not Serving for Some Users

I've got a bizarre situation where a call to webresource.axd for some users is failing -- and only some users. Everything is installed on the server, and as far as I can tell it is all setup correctly -- and this is demonstrated by 95% or more of the...
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Atlanta Cutting Edge .NET User Group Meeting

The Atlanta Cutting Edge .NET User Group is meeting Monday, March 5, 2007, at 6:00pm in the Microsoft offices in Alpharetta. Paul Lockwood will be talking about advanced production debugging and Eric Engler will be talking about the ASP.NET AJAX framework...
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Breaking News: Future Version of .NET Framework to Run on the Mac

Breaking News: Microsoft is working on having a version of the framework that will run on the Mac! That's right -- Rory broke this story just the other day in his interview with Scott Guthrie . First, a little bit of background, which although not...
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VS 2005 Service Pack 1 Available -- Go Get It Now

If you haven't heard it already, VS 2005 Service Pack 1 is out and can be downloaded here . It contains over 2200 bug fixes according to Scott Guthrie , as well as making Web Application Projects standard once again. Also according to Scott, the install...
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IronPython and Dynamic Languages in ASP.NET

We got to see an IronPython demo in ASP.NET today at the ASPInsiders Summit; some things are NDA, but some things are available now in a CTP. Let me just say that its fantastic to see ASP.NET in this space. Why? I'm not a user of dynamic languages...
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Note to Self: MySpace runs ASP.NET

I've heard this before, but I'd long since forgotten: MySpace runs ASP.NET. Its easy to miss this since it looks like they are running coldfusion, but the cfm's are in most cases remnants of their older system and are now mapped to ASP.NET...
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ASPInsider Public Overview via Scott Guthrie

The ASPInsiders Summit began today with Scott Guthrie 's overview of what's happening. Steve Smith already has a good summary of his presentation, so I won't try to repeat it. Instead, let me just say that working with .NET just keeps getting...
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ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts in Action by Darren Neimke

I highly recommend the book ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts in Action by Darren Neimke (Manning Publications). This book assumes you are already experienced with ASP.NET, so it doesn't waste your time with yet another introduction. Instead, everything in this...
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ASP.NET 2.0 CSS Control Adapters Released

Its official -- the ASP.NET 2.0 CSS Friendly Control Adapters have finally been released ! What are CSS Friendly Control Adapters? Here's what Microsoft says about them: ASP.NET is a great technology for building web sites but it would be even better...
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Atlanta Cutting Edge .NET User Group on Nov. 6

I'm going to be presenting on Custom Providers in ASP.NET at the November 6th meeting of the Atlanta Cutting Edge .NET User Group . This is pretty much a repeat of my session at the 2006 Atlanta Code Camp, but I keep getting lots of requests for it...
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