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IIS 7.5, Windows 7 and the mystery of the 0×80070020

Tonight I was doing a bit of last minute prep for a demonstration to the customer the following morning.  I was running through some WF WCF services I’d written in VS2010, when I decided I should probably give them a … Continue reading

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Slides and code from DDDSW

I’ve popped my slides and code on my sky drive, they can be downloaded from here. I had an excellent time, and really enjoyed giving the talk, as well as going to the other talks :)  Guy and the team … Continue reading

Posted in .Net, DDD South West, PRISM, Visual Studio | 3 Comments

Upcoming talks and sessions

So I didn’t make it into DDD Scotland either, again the competition was fierce! Worried? Me? Not at all! I’ve currently got 3 sessions submitted to DDD South West! MUHAHAHAHAAA! As before I’ve submitted my intro to PRISM and intro … Continue reading

Posted in .Net, .Net 4.0, Agile, DDD South West, DDDScotland, NxtGen, PRISM, Session, Silverlight, VS, VS2010, WF, WF 4.0, Workflow | 1 Comment

DDD8 & DDDScotland

So I didn’t get any sessions into DDD8, which isn’t surprising considering the number of excellent sessions that have been proposed this year.  But it does mean that I get to go to all the sessions I want to and … Continue reading

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DDD8 Voting open!

Voting has opened for DDD8, so pop over there now and vote!  http://developerdeveloperdeveloper.com/ddd8/Users/VoteForSessions.aspx I’ve put in 3 sessions this time: Introduction to Windows Workflow Foundation 4.0 Introduction to PRISM PRISM and MEF, Can they be friends So if you’re interested … Continue reading

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Little things…

… are making the whole Visual Studio 2010 experience so much better. I know there are a whole range of fantastic features coming in Visual Studio 2010 and everyone’s blogging about them. But for me there are a whole host … Continue reading

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WF 4.0 – Part 2. The Flowchart Workflow & Designer

UPDATE – Now Beta 1 Friendly! The following is based on Beta 1 of WF 4.0 and as such might change or be missing in futures releases. In Part 1 of this series of articles on WF 4.0 we started … Continue reading

Posted in .Net, .Net 4.0, Visual Studio 2010, VS, VS2010, WF, WF 4.0, Workflow | 1 Comment

WF 4.0 – Part 1. The Sequential Designer

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Slides for the Intro to WF 4.0 talk

I’ve uploaded the slides for my Windows Workflow Foundation 4.0 to my SkyDrive, you can get at them via this link. http://cid-b80e09d7827ce7cc.skydrive.live.com/embedrowdetail.aspx/Intro%20to%20WF%204.0 Now includes code for the 5 basic demos.  Enjoy the coding goodness!

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Upcoming events at NxtGenUG Southampton

Over the next couple of months we will be continuing our Web technologies theme by having Ben Hall down to talk about Testing ASP.Net applications on the 20th August. We’ve also managed to grab some uber swag from TypeMock and … Continue reading

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