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WebCast Videos from Wrox
Jim Minatel at Wrox is doing a set of webcast videos. A new one has recently been posted. This is one by Scott Hanselman. Scott has several coming out on Developer Productivity tools. The first video is available at
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ASP.NET Podcast Show #57 - Wally on Interfaces
Subscribe. You KNOW you want it. Download. Kinda like your father’s Oldsmobile. URL: Show Notes: I got an iPod. Upcoming Events. Tampa on July 15 . Jacksonville on August...
ASP.NET Podcast Show #56 - Paul on Atlas and Load Testing
Subscribe Download Show Notes: Personal Update Work with Atlas Getting a 4th degree black belt. Work Real Consultant work with Atlas Atlas control Toolkit ( ) My atlas Password Strength Extender control Listener shout out...
Doug Turnure's sample code and presentation files from Multi-threading in .NET
Doug came to Knoxville and did a really good talk on Multi-threading in .NET . I have uploaded his sample code and presentation to my site, if you are interested in reading it. Zip file with the presentation and source code:
East Tennessee .NET User Group - Doug Turnure - "Multithreading in .NET"
June 27, 2006 - The .NET Framework introduces four new and easy ways to write asynchronous code, including asynchronous delegates, thread pool queueing, timers, and creating new OS threads. It is very easy to write multithreaded...
Writing a book? Too much time and effort. Taking over the Java Section? Priceless
Posted from David Yack's Blog .
Suggested/Hoped for V.Next Features for .NET, VS.NET, ADO.NET, and Sql Server
I have a couple of suggestions/requests for the various .NET teams at Microsoft. For Visual Studio and .NET in general . For Sql Server and ADO.NET . I'd like to hear what you want fixed, changed, added, or dropped from these and other products. Leave...
ASP.NET Podcast Show #54 - IIS7 with Brett, Thomas, and Chris
Subscribe Download ASP.NET Podcast Site: Show Notes: IIS7 roundtable with Brett Hill, Thomas Demi, and Chris Adams from the IIS team. has been upgrading to...
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
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