September 2005 - Posts


On Vacation the Next Two Weeks by ScottGu

I just wanted to post a quick note to say that I'll be on vacation (without any access to email) the next two weeks visiting scenic places in Italy. If you post an email or comment to me through my blog I will get back to you when I return (just wanted...

Microsoft Expression “Quartz Web Designer” by ScottGu

This morning at the PDC Microsoft announced the new Expression Designer line of products. Included as part of the Expression suite is the new product currently codenamed Microsoft Expression “Quartz Web Designer”. It provides a really rich designer focused...

Atlas Keynote Walkthrough by ScottGu

I mentioned a little earlier that I’d post the Atlas sample code and overall talk flow from the keynote demo I was part of earlier today at the PDC. Here it is below: Step 1: The Web Service We Use In the talk Anders used the new LINQ features in C# 3...

Atlas Unleashed... by ScottGu

I just finished up giving my keynote demo with Anders, Don and Chris about an hour ago. Coding on the fly in front of 8,000 people for 45 minutes on a single machine with no cutaways or backups is fairly adrenaline rushing. :-) I think it went pretty...

Defining Custom Item Templates in Web Projects with VS 2005 by ScottGu

One of the cool new features in VS 2005 that I was playing with a little today is the ability to export and then re-use project item templates. This enables developers to easily define common templates that they can re-use over and over when adding new...

PDC Soon by ScottGu

I've seen a number of people post their "I'm off to the PDC" posts today and yesterday, so I thought I'd do my obligatory one too. :-) I think this PDC will pleasantly surprise a lot of people with the amount of announcements and new stuff happening....

XHTML and Accessibility Standards in ASP.NET 2.0 and VS 2005 by ScottGu

Stephen Walther has written a great MSDN article on XHTML and Accessibility Standards in ASP.NET 2.0 and VS 2005 that has just been published: The final release...

Building Custom Build Providers with ASP.NET 2.0 and VS 2005 by ScottGu

One of the cool new features in ASP.NET 2.0 is support for what we call "build providers". These are providers that can plug into the ASP.NET compilation system and provide custom compilation support for file-types. ASP.NET ships with a number of built...
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