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I’ll be speaking to the Cleveland .NET SIG tomorrow night about .NET Caching Best Practices, my current (and somewhat longstanding) favorite topic. If you’re in the area, stop by and say hello. The details:
.NET Caching Best Practices
Presented by Steve Smith - Founder
July 11th, ...
Scott Guthrie presented on Atlas and BLINQ this afternoon at TechEd. The latest Atlas bits seem to be coming along very nicely, allowing standard ASP.NET controls to be decorated with functionality without the need to replace or modify the original controls. One nice concequence of this “add on” nature of the tool is that ...
I drove down to Columbus Ohio to speak to the AEP (American Electric Power) ASP.NET User Group's lunch meeting. There was a pretty good turnout with about 40 people present locally and another dozen or so connected in from Oklahoma via video conference. The subject was my favorite, .NET Caching Best Practices, and the presentation ...
I'm trying to organize a Birds of a Feather session on one of my favorite topics, Caching, at Tech Ed 2006 in Boston. Whether you're going to TechEd or not you can vote for BOF sessions here:
If you're so inclined, I'd appreciate any votes I can get for my session:
Caching Patterns and Best ...
Tomorrow I'm going to give a presentation on Caching Best Practices in ASP.NET 2.0 at the Greenville Spartanburg Enterprise Developer Guild. If you're in the area, please come by. I'll put the slides and samples up on the ASPAlliance Resource Directory's Presentations File Gallery after the presentation.
Update: Slides and demos ...
I only mentioned the Made In Express Contest a few minutes ago and now I see there is a contest for Microsoft Atlas, their new AJAX / Web 2.0 framework.
You have a chance to win an XBOX 360 premium and Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphones!
What is it?
This contest is all about creating awesome Mash-up applications using “Atlas” technology. Nothing ...
I gave a presentation on Visual Studio Team System last night to about 30 students at Wayne State University in Detroit. I don’t think it was one of my better presentations, for a number of reasons, which I’ll lament here and attempt to improve in the future.
First off, this was an earlier presentation than most of the INETA ...
If you've been suffering withdrawal from Microsoft conferences since you left PDC 05 last September after going to TechEd 05 last summer, you can kick off the 2006 Microsoft conference season with a new one: MIX.06.
Microsoft's other two big conferences do not specifically target web developers, although certainly there is plenty of relevant ...
The next DevConnections conference will be held April 2-5, 2006 in Orlando, Florida at the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress Resort (where it has been a couple of times in recent years -- very nice hotel). I will be hosting three sessions, and for the first time I'll have two sessions in the Visual Studio Fundamentals Track (normally I'm strictly ...
I've uploaded my presentations from last week's ASP.NET Connections conference in Las Vegas to the ASPAlliance Resource Directory's Presentations area. Enjoy!