Happy newyear!

Published 1/1/2006 by Henry in Fun
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Happy newyear!
A very happy 2006

Henry Cordes
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.NET Framework version... (2)

Published 12/12/2005 by Henry in ASP.NET
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I found a tool that does all the stuff I wrote about in this article. I think this is a helpful tool even if in version 2005 of Visual Studio Microsoft added something similar. I work on a project were no Visual Studio 2005 or Framework 2.0 is available and I use the tool a lot.

Here you can find the tool I talk about http://www.denisbauer.com/NETTools/ASPNETVersionSwitcher.aspx, it is called: Version Switcher.

Henry Cordes
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DevDays 2006

Published 12/8/2005 by Henry in DevDays
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March 7th and 8th 2006 in Amsterdam

 Developer days 2006

Inofficial program for the dutch Developer Days 2006:

Vista Development 
WinFX development 
Windows Presentation Foundation (Avalon) 
Windows Communication Foundation (Indigo) 
Windows Workflow Foundation 
 
Languages and Tools 
C# 3.0 
VB.NET 9.0 
LINQ project 
VSTO 
Mobile developent 
 
Web Development 
Atlas project 
ASP.NET 2.0 providers 
DotNetNuke Portal 
ASP.NET 2.0 Black Belt 
 
SQL Server 2005 
CLR developent in SQL Server 2005 
Pragmatisch SQL Server 2005 Business Intelligence 
SQL Server 2005 Service Broker 
Security in SQL2005 
 
Visual Studio Team System, architecture and project management 
Microsoft Solution Framework (MSF) andVSTS 
Implementation of a DSL 
CRM 3.0 
Extending and Customizing VSTS 
 
Applications 
The Office 12 experience 
Experience designer tools 
 
Hand on Labs
Windows Presentation Foundation
Windows Communication Foundation
Windows Workflow Foundation
LINQ, DLINQ en XLINQ
Experience tools (Acrylic, Sparcle en Quartz)
SQL Server 2005 service broker
SQL Server 2005 CLR
 
Post Conferenties Building Secure Applications

Windows Workflow foundation

Henry Cordes
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The so-called "Interim community drop" of Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 2.0 is available, although not a official release, it includes the long-awaited configuration tool. What makes the Enterprise Library useful is among other things the Configuration Tool. So now it is possible to try the .Net Framework 2.0 version of the enterprise Library.  
The Cryptography Application Block is the only block that is not quite ready, the other blocks should be 99% ready.

It can be found at: GotDotNet and at Tom Hollander,s blog:
The configuration tool can be found in \src\Configuration\Console, by the way.


Henry Cordes
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The November Community Technology Preview of the Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 2.0 is released.
The Enterprise Library (CTP)  has been redesigned to take advantage of key new features in the .NET Framework 2.0, and also includes various new features and enhancements.
More information can be found in this area of the Patterns & Practices area of Microsoft's website.

The final release of Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 2.0 is expected to be in December 2005.

The application blocks that comprise the Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 2.0 are the following:

  • Caching Application Block.
  • Data Access Application Block.
  • Exception Handling Application Block.
  • Logging Application Block.
  • Security Application Block.

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In addition, the Enterprise Library Core provides services such as instrumentation and configuration, and is a shared dependency of all Enterprise Library application blocks.
Developers who are familiair with the Enterprise Library will have noticed that the Configuration Application Block no longer is a part of the Enterprise Library. Most of the configuration functionality supported by the old block is now provided by the System.Configuration namespace in .NET Framework 2.0. All Enterprise Library application blocks now leverage this functionality. The Enterprise Library core still includes some helper classes for configuration, as well as the configuration design-time components and tool.

Deployment in low-rights environments
All Enterprise Library application blocks are instrumented with performance counters, WMI and event logs, as was the case in previous releases. By default, all instrumentation is disabled and the application blocks can now be deployed using XCOPY in low-rights environments such as ASP.NET.

The Enterprise Library Configuration Console is not available in the November 2005 CTP release. To change an application’s configuration, one has to edit its XML configuration file.

Henry Cordes
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