Eli's SharePoint 2007 Resources
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
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Free SharePoint 2007 Book
TechEd 2006 was a SharePoint frenzy this year, drat my luck in not being able to fit it into the schedule. The good news is that many of the resources will be available even if you couldn't make it, and there are sites like Virtual TechEd and Bil Simser's June blog archive to help you live the experience without a plane ticket.
Blinq, or "they finally caught up to GenericDB"
Polita Paulus has been hard at work updating her excellent work on the DataGrid and GridView controls for the new LINQ project.
Web Deployment Project, MSBuild, and WAP Resources
WDP Snippets and UG Presentation
Upcoming User Group appearances
I'll be at the Toronto .Net User Group on Thursday to talk about Web Deployment Projects and MSBuild. It should be a fun one, but perhaps in protest against Microsoft Canada's oppressive requirement to use in-house catering, you'll want to grab a sandwich at Tim's on your way in. There's actually a great set of fast food places next to the MS Canada building (south of Derry Road). But back to the topic, I'll be showing you how to automate your builds to generate different web.configs from development through testing and production, so you can be hooked into different data sources, or even use different resource files along the way. It may be the best kept secret in v2, come check it out.
Thoughts on Scoble as he joins PodTech
It's the end of an era, and I expect the start of another. Somewhere around Saturday, Scoble confirmed he's joining John Furrier at a startup company called PodTech, effective July. Congratulations!
The future of development on Microsoft servers
There's a question about the future floating around a private ASPInsiders list, I thought I'd post my response publicly and invite everyone to share their own thoughts. It's not often I can write about SharePoint, ASP.Net, and Lazy Programming all at once.