Thom robbins has announced a contest giving away Compact Framework devices for the best applications submitted. I definately want to submit something, but I’m looking for a few good ideas. Anybody got any suggestions for Pocket PC or Smartphone applicaitons?
Thanks to everybody that attended our second Patterns & Practices SIG meeting. During the meeting we took a look at the Microsoft Data Access Application Block, reviewed some ADO.Net best practices, and had a brief view of the Asynchronous Application Block that Josh will be using in his code demonstrations next month. As promised, the […]
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Thanks to everybody that made it out to the first meeting of our Patterns & Practices Special Interest Group (SIG) the other night. Despite the tornado warnings and forced evacuation of our glass conference room, I think that everybody had a very enjoyable night and we’re all looking forward to learning as we proceed. My […]
As I mentioned briefly in a previous post, I was able to attend the Wintellect Devscovery conference in Atlanta . The three day event included presentations from Wintellect Speakers John Robbins, Jeff Prosise, Jeffrey Richter, Peter DeBetta, and Jason Clark. The content covered a broad range of topics including ASP.Net, Web Services, Custom HTTP Handlers, […]