Microsoft announced the release of Visual Studio Team System – Team Edition for Database Professionals: Take Control of Database Change Take control of your database schema by creating a baseline version of the database with an off-line source controlled project. Streamline changes to your database with tools that allow you automatically cascade changes throughout the […]
Monthly Archives: May 2006
July is the month of WSE and Indigo webcasts. You can find many great speakers in the list below. Go and register now. “The Lifetime of a Message in Windows Communication Foundation”Justin Smith, Wintellect6/1/2006 8:00 AM PSThttp://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/eventdetail.aspx?eventID=1032299306&Culture=en-US “Taking Advantage of TCP/IP Reliability in SOAP”William “Softwaremaker” Tay6/6/2006 8:00 AM PSThttp://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/eventdetail.aspx?eventID=1032299329&Culture=en-US “Extending Windows Communication Foundation”Aaron Skonnard, Pluralsight6/7/2006 […]
I got accepted to INETA Europe Speakers Bureau (see page 5). If you need me, just make a sign :). It is really amazing. The guys from INETA are very open and cool. I hope to see some of them this year (hopefully in autumn :)). And the excitement to be on the same list […]
When I first started to use the new Dataset designer, the feature that I miss the most is the ability to review the generated .cs (or .vb) code. In VS.NET 2005 this generated file is no longer located in project directory, but rather it is located in some temporary one. The easiest way, which I […]
I just saw that I have passed exams “549 PRO: Designing and Developing Enterprise Applications by Using the Microsoft® .NET Framework” and “548 PRO: Designing and Developing Windows®-based Applications by Using the Microsoft® .NET Framework”. These exams were in beta when I took them and soon they are going to be available for everyone (if […]
“‘Noodle‘ is the code name for a project I am developing for Microsoft”. Ron Jacobs apparently has some thoughts to share on his current project. He provided Power Point presentation and a short video. I really liked the metaphors about what goals and rules are.
My very, very first article, Implement a File Transfer Web Service, is now live on Visual Studio Magazine. I am discussing the use of MTOM in WSE 3.0 and various tracing and configuration problems. It a real pleasure to see May’s edition of .NET Insight (a FTPOnline newsletter) to be titled with my article’s name. […]