Monthly Archives: November 2005

My Toronto Code Camp Talk: Deploying Smart Client Applications with ClickOnce

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Hey, I now get to do an additional talk at the Toronto Code Camp. I psyched because it’s a topic I’ve very excited about, Click Once deployment of Smart Client applications. It looks like the schedule is still in flux so check out the website to find out the Bat Time and the Bat Channel for this… Continue reading

My Toronto Camp Talk: The Visual Basic Language – Whidbey and Beyond

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I have the cleanup spot, the last talk of the day in the Futures track starting at 4:00pm. My talk isn’t really a futures session since it’s mostly (80 -90%) about the new language features in Visual Basic 2005. At the very end I cover the VB team’s vision for the implementation of LINQ and the proposed addition… Continue reading

The Toronto Visual Studio 2005 Launch Rocked!

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Kudos to the people from Microsoft Canada for putting on a great event. I spent the pre-keynote part of the day talking with people at the user group booth. Myself and other group leaders were representing the 10 groups for developers and IT Pros in and around the city. I had some business cards made up with the group names… Continue reading

Channel 6 – Three steps below Channel 9

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Welcome to Channel 6 – three steps below Channel 9 (in content and production quality). We have a few video interviews from the “Ask the Experts Cabana” at the Toronto Launch Event. These videos were taken with the very highest quality video and audio equipment available today (on a SmartPhone). They’re shaky, the close-ups are waaayyy… Continue reading