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Writing a book? Too much time and effort. Taking over the Java Section? Priceless
Posted from David Yack's Blog .
New web site dedicated to IIS (and IIS7)
Looks like MS has just opened up a new web site for IIS. The site is . There is even a VS.NET start kit for managed modules on the site. Very cool indeed. Wally
Express Products are Free for the next year
Atlanta Code Camp
Mark your Calendars. On May 14 th , the Atlanta Code Camp will happen. More info will be posted as more info becomes available. Wally
We're on Amazon. Yippeee! Our book listing is on Amazon Excellent. I am so happy. Make sure that you buy 3 or 4 for the ones that you love or perhaps you can tell 3 or 4 of your family/friends to buy you a copy...
Working with various builds of .NET 2.0 Whidbey Framework
I am familiar with several different builds of .NET 2.0 Whidbey that are currently running around. These are listed below along with what I think the build numbers are: Beta 1 of Whidbey / Beta 2 of Yukon. These bits are from July and are a set that go...
Enabling the CLR in the Sql Server 2005
If you want to run a CLR object in Sql Server 2005 (or SqlExpress), note that CLR is disabled by default on Sql Server 2005. You will need to enable the CLR. Here are the commands that I used to enable the CLR. EXEC sp_configure 'show advanced options...
Registration free COM? I just read about this online today. I think it will ship in VS.NET 2k5. Wally
Trying to Debug with Win64 and Whidbey .NET Beta 1?
If you are trying to debug using Win64 and Whidbey .NET Beta 1, and you get an error about the remote debugging components not being installed, check out this tip I got from Jeff Schwartz in one of the newsgroups. On the VS install CD there should be...
ASP.NET Wizard control in Whidbey aka ASP.NET 2.0
Have you seen the Wizard Control in Whidbey Beta 1? Very cool idea. Basically, it allows you to complete a series of steps in a fairly easy manner. I did some basics with it. Here is the simple code. < asp : Wizard ID ="Wizard1" Runat ="server" OnFinishButtonClick...
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