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Jannik Anker .NET developer blog October 2005 Entries
Yes! VS.NET 2005 is available for (MSDN) download!
Via Andrew Connell...

The newest versions of Visual Studio.NET and SQL Server (2005) are now available for download, if you are an MSDN subscriber! If you are not, you'll have to wait till the official release on November 7th. Download size: 2760 MB... Yawn... ;-)

Posted On Friday, October 28, 2005 8:18 AM

First look at next version of Sharepoint
Very embarassing that I never noticed this before. Thought I'd mention it anyways: Back in September, over at Channel 9, Robert Scoble interviewed some of the guys from the Sharepoint Services Team. They go through some of the new features of Sharepoint "V3.0", which looks truly promising. Scoble also links to Dustin Millers list of Sharepoint "V3.0" features ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 26, 2005 7:53 AM

Ugh... Utter disappointment!
Why oh why did Mei Ying announce that the Advanced Microsoft Content Management Server Development book was FINALLY shipping when it obviously isn't so? The post she did yesterday, which I am refering to in yesterdays post, has magically disappeared. And if you look at the publishers page, it now says "expected november 2005". It was originally scheduled for september, if I remember correctly. I believe I even ordered my copy IN SEPTEMBER, thinking it would arrive IN SEPTEMBER ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 25, 2005 6:58 AM

Finally! Book Release - Advanced MCMS Development
It's on its way - Mei Ying announced it today: "The book that Andrew Connell, Angus Logan, Stefan Goßner, and me have written, Advanced Microsoft Content Management Server Development is Available NOW!" Here's more information about the book (and a shopping cart! ;-) ......

Posted On Monday, October 24, 2005 8:43 AM

The (MS) Content Management Server Team is blogging! will be the place to be if you are interested in the so-called vNext of MCMS. The team refers to it as "Web Content Management in Office 12". Nice codename, guys ;-) I'm sure that most of you know this already, but the next version of MCMS will be part of an Office "12" range of servers. It will be a merging of Sharepoint and MCMS technologies, which sounds quite promising. Anyhoo, the above mentioned blog is a definite must-read for an MCMS and Sharepoint developer like ......

Posted On Monday, October 24, 2005 8:23 AM

Scott Guthrie: Visual Studio 2005 Profiles and a Few Tweaks I like to Make
Scott Guthrie on tweaking the new VS2005 profile support:"One of the new features in VS 2005 is the support for "profiles" in the IDE. Profiles provide the ability to define pre-set defaults for options, menus, key-bindings, and command-bars across the tool-set. VS 2005 ships with several built-in profiles out of the box including: VB, C#, C++, Web, Test, and a General Development Settings similar to 2003. When VS launches the very first time it prompts a user to pick which of these profiles to use ......

Posted On Friday, October 21, 2005 1:07 PM

Weblog Usability: The Top Ten Design Mistakes
Jakob Nielsen has published his Top Ten [Weblog] Design Mistakes. Makes ya think.

Posted On Tuesday, October 18, 2005 10:30 AM

Be careful with Ctrl-C
Via Stefan Goßner:[From a mail thread] Data stored in clipboard can be accessed by a malicious website through a combination of Javascripts and server side code (like ASP, ASP.NET, PHP, CGI, ...).Just try this: Copy any text by ctrl+c Click the Link: http://www.friendlycanadian... You will see the text you copied on the Screen which was accessed by this web page.A malicious websites can easily steal sensitive data (like passwords, creditcard numbers, PIN etc.) stored ......

Posted On Friday, October 14, 2005 11:17 AM

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