At last! MSDN has a link for details on the Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 Go-Live License here.
Scott Guthrie has a great post with details of some of the final work and joy in getting the Whidbey Beta 2 out the door. There definately has been a lot of work put into this, and as much as we all want things as oon as possible, deep down I’m glad they’re taking the time […]
If you didn’t sign up, it might be too late. According to the Tech-Ed website, it’s sold out. I think that there’s just a little bit of interest in everything that’s going from Microsoft. I know I’m looking forward to the event.
After arriving home from some fun on Franklin St last night I was please to see that the VS2005 Beta 2 bits had recently appeared on the MSDN download site. For somebody that used to watch the bytes count while transfering files on my 2400 baud modem, the though of downloading a 2900 MB file still […]
Well I certainly hope that this means VS 2005 Beta 2 is getting one step closer! As seen first on Sean Gephardy’s blog, the MSDN online for VS2005 is now online at the MSDN Library. According to the post “Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 is just about to hit the streets!” Please let us go […]
TRINUG Main Meeting -April 13, 2005 What’s New in Mobile Development with Visual Studio 2005 With all the buzz circulating about Visual Studio 2005, .NET 2.0, and SQL Server 2005, you might have missed some advancements in creating solutions for mobile device platforms such as Pocket PC and Smartphone. In this session, we’ll explore aspects […]
On Saturday we hosted our first CodeCamp event in Raleigh. I think that the day was a great success and I received a lot of positive feedback from those in attendance. If you missed it, you definately missed out of a great day of fun and learning. We had a great mix of local speakers […]
Without really thinking I opened an email client on a laptop that I rarely use, which it turns out is still configured to check an email account that was part of a broadband connection that was cancelled in December of 2002. Well, apparently, rather than going to the place where old discontiniued email accounts are […]
One week from today, Saturday April 9th is the 2005 Raleigh .Net Code Camp. [LINK] What is Code Camp? Code Camp is a free day of Microsoft .Net related sessions, presented by speakers from within the .Net development community, on topics areas they are experts, or interested in. Some of these speakers are professionals, other […]