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Free clinic’s on .NET Framework 3.0 – MS Learning

This collection of 3 2-hour premium clinics teaches about the new capabilities provided by the .NET Framework 3.0. These clinics are for experienced Developers and Software Architects who are looking to adopt Microsoft’s next generation technology within their solutions.

Topics covered within the collection include:
Windows Presentation Foundation
Windows Workflow Foundation
Windows Communication Foundation

Clinic 5135 : Introduction to Developing with Windows® Presentation Foundation and Visual Studio® 2005
Clinic 5136 : Introduction to Developing with Windows® Workflow Foundation and Visual Studio® 2005
Clinic 5137 : Introduction to Developing with Windows® Communication Foundation and Visual Studio® 2005

url : https://www.microsoftelearning.com/eLearning/courseDetail.aspx?courseId=68394

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October 31, 2006 Posted by | WinFX | Leave a comment

Unleash the Power of .NET

hi all,
Today I recieved mail forwarding my friend, saying this url..worth to check it out.
Funny..Issue a command …………………… the person in the browser will do it. Eg. Drink , Eat , break the pc, shut down the pc, fall, sleep and lot more… you can also find the description about creating the same in .NET. Wow…its awesome to see it in .NET..try this here
http://www.subservientprogrammer.com/main.aspx




October 31, 2006 Posted by | .NET General | Leave a comment

Worth sharing quotes…

I. "We don’t see things as they are; we see them as we are." – ~Anias Nin

II. "I still find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see." – ~ John Burroughs

October 31, 2006 Posted by | Power Toys - Personal | Leave a comment

Wishing you all Happy Diwali – 2006

Dear readers,

  bv Wishing you all Happy Diwali va 

Yes .Wishing you all VERY HAPPY DIWALI (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diwali)- 2006. May this Diwali brings us lot of happiness and joy in our life and career. I’m moving to my native place tonight. I’ll come back next thursday only. My family planed for Tirupathy(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tirupathi) trip..so this diwali break is going to be one week break for me. I’m going to stay back from Office, Computers, Internet, Hutch..for a week...let seeee….

Mahe~

October 19, 2006 Posted by | Power Toys - Personal | Leave a comment

9 Days Until Vista RTM!!

Hi all,
    MS is gearing up for much expected Vista release (RTM on Oct. 25,2006) Yes…YES…..yes…,MS is in full swing for rolling out VISTA RTM, I happend to read it in Seattle Times today reported that yesterday a scrolling electronic reader sign in Building 9 on Microsoft’s sprawling Redmond campus ready, "9 Days Until Vista RTM!!!"
    After following CTP, RC…Now RTM is ready to out. These are the MS way of releasing a product. It is ensure that in every stage it meets the criteria and bug free.
 
So what is this CTP, RC and RTM..??
  1. CTP – Community technology preview – time release to hands of customers between beta releases
  2. CTP Beta – releases get special attention from QA Team or milestones
  3. RC – Release candidate, one more type of release before RTM. they can have ‘n’ number of RC releases to close the bug baskets posted  by testers
  4. RTM – Release to manufacture. RTM marks the completion of the code-writing and bug-fixing processes for Microsoft. At RTM, Microsoft will hand over the final Vista code to factories, where it will be pressed onto disks and installed on the hard drives of new computers.
    
As we all knew that MS just released RC2 Release candidates, or RCs, are the final beta test copies that Microsoft sends out before finalizing the code for RTM. 
   Windows XP was released on Oct. 25, 2001….So hopefully VISTA RTM will happen on Oct 25,2006…then it will be moved to all customers and partners to load their machines with VISTA for sale.
 
Mahes~
 

October 19, 2006 Posted by | 100 % Fun...[really Worth] | Leave a comment

MSDN Yearly Security Edition

    November MSDN Magazine loaded with Secutiy Contents – Have a look.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/06/11/default.aspx download here @ http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/htmlhelp.aspx

October 19, 2006 Posted by | .NET General | Leave a comment

Eight Queens puzzle explored !

hi,
 Have you ever tried or come across solution for Eight Queens puzzle  …I’m wondering how many geeks might have tried this in various ways. I really don’t know about this until I found it in Krishna(Google employee blg – http://crawls.blogspot.com.
  After weekend partying, movie(Munnabhai II), shopping for Diwali and no work on sunday pushed me to try something new or learn things to complete the day usefully. Result I started walking towards office, Asusual I started my expedition with wikipedia for this puzzle.I’m not sure for ‘n’ queens..so I decided to take a printout of this for morning study leisurely in room. Meanwhile if any of you tried this feel free to share.
 Note: There are only nine unique solution for this problem it seems. But after googlin in net about this, somewhere I got a simple calculation for this.
                 (2^8-1)/(8-1) = 255/7 = 36.428571 (rounded to 6 decimals)
   But in nut shell if you are an avg geek like me in maths here is the cheatcode. Place your queens in [2,4,6,8, 3175 ] manner to get this..bingoo  src : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eight_queens_puzzle
happy solving !
Mahes~

October 8, 2006 Posted by | Power Toys - Personal | Leave a comment

OpenSourceSymposium 2006 – Register

Hi all,
     Open Source has reached a level of awareness and deployment that Red Hat together with IDC is bringing you the inaugural Open Source Symposium (OSS) 2006. This is THE show that will introduce you to the solutions and technologies available from the open source world.
 
For the first time in 14 Asia Pacific cities, come hear from the the Linux community, customers, developers, users, Red Hat and its partners about the challenges, the challengers, ground breaking technology and trends.
 
In conjunction with the Open Source Symposium, Red Hat is holding an Executive Forum and Red Hat Developer Day in selected cities for topical discussions.
 
For more information on Red Hat Developer Day and Executive Forum, please click: http://www.opensourcesymposium.org/register/register_eb.php?s=Bangalore
 

October 7, 2006 Posted by | MS Events in India (Bangalore) | Leave a comment

   

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