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Bryan Corazza for ( ; ; ) { BizTalk, Workflow, and .NET } January 2006 Entries
How to create a simple code snippet for VS2005.
At its simpliest form a code snippet is nothing more than an xml file. Here's a sample of the schema: <CodeSnippets xmlns="http://schemas.micro... <CodeSnippet Format="1.0.0"> <Header> <Title> My Snippet </Title> </Header> <Snippet> <References> <Reference> <Assembly>System.Wind... </Reference> </References> <Code Language="VB"> <![CDATA[MessageBox.Show... ......

Posted On Sunday, January 29, 2006 7:26 PM

VS 2005 Default Code Snippets
Here's a great list of the code snippets that come out of the box for VS2005. After typing in the shortcut then hit tab to let the snippet execute. #if Creates a #if directive and a #endif directive. Anywhere. #region Creates a #region directive and a #endregion directive. Anywhere. ~ Creates a destructor for the containing class. Inside a class. attribute Creates a declaration for a class that derives from Attribute. Inside a namespace (including the global namespace), a class, or a struct. checked ......

Posted On Sunday, January 29, 2006 6:57 PM

Microsoft Expression Designer CTP Released.
A good friend on mine actually got me interested in this type of software recently so I've been keeping a pulse on it from time to time and it was announced today that the Microsoft Expression Designer January CTP was released. This is the first release build for the product team, and here's a video explaining the product a little more. This is very kewl stuff that I can watch forever and cannot wait to have on my PC. Enjoy. -B ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 24, 2006 10:31 PM

New Windows WorkFlow Foundation Webcasts (based on beta 2) coming soon... (like now...)
Paul Andrew (from the Windows WorkFlow Foundation team at MS) is coming out with round two of WorkFlow webcasts. The first set was released in late September 2005 at PDC, and they were amazing is showing us the nuances of WF and what we can do with it. Beta 2 was released last week (with several large changes) and now a new set of webcasts showing off the goods. I think this time around, developers are starting to get REAL expectations to what WF is and what it is not. From what I am hearing the ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 24, 2006 10:01 PM

BizTalk 2006 Interchange Processing (Recoverable that is...)
In testing out the new BizTalk 2006 feature of having Recoverable Interchange Processing I ran across settings in the pipeline component that also have to set up correctly in order for recoverable processing to work properly. You'll get a compilation error (Saying its unsupported) if you set Recoverable interchange processing to True and also have Validate document structure set to True. It seems that once recoverable interchange processing is turned on, the disassembler component splits up each ......

Posted On Monday, January 23, 2006 7:05 PM

Enterprise Library for .NET 2.0 Released
This just in. The patterns and practices team just released Enterprise Library for .NET 2.0. Get it here. There are some significant changes to the overall architecture, you can reading about them here. Download and enjoy. -B ......

Posted On Friday, January 20, 2006 2:17 PM

bye bye BizTalk, 2002 that is.
My BizTalk 2002 project is finally winding down and needless to stay I'm excited. It was a very successful project but at the same time it was very frustrating to be tied down to old technology. Our team spent weeks upon weeks developing solutions that newer versions of BTS already fixed out of the box, it was a good exercise in self control. Its a great time to get back into BizTalk 2004-06 and WF. I just saw that the WinFX January CTP was released. Get it here. There seems to be significant changes ......

Posted On Thursday, January 19, 2006 2:30 PM

SQL Server 2005 Samples
If you're like me and LOVE samples and SDKs, MS just released this. It contains about 100 samples to exploit the new features of SQL 2005. These samples cover everything from Analysis Services to Integration Services. I think if you've been reading about all that SQL 2005 can do, but haven't been in the drivers seat yet download these and buckle up. Enjoy. -B ......

Posted On Friday, January 6, 2006 7:04 PM

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