Scott Hanselman

Rory is presenting at PADNUG on Thursday and I'll be Code Monkey

September 22, '04 Comments [1] Posted in ASP.NET
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Just a reminder about the PADNUG (http://www.padnug.org) meeting next week.

  • Where: Portland Community College Auditorium, Room 104,
  • 1626 SE Water Avenue, Portland, Oregon
  • When: 09/23/2004
  • 6:00 p.m. Pizza, Sponsored by: 3Leaf (http://www.3leaf.com)
  • 6:30 p.m. Presentation
  • Topic: An Introduction to Membership and the Provider Pattern in ASP.NET 2.0
  • Who: Rory Blyth, presenting; Scott Hanselman, code-monkeying

Rory Blyth will introduce you to some of the new membership features in the upcoming ASP.NET 2.0, with particularly emphasis on the Provider Patter and how it makes it extremely easy to abstract away a data store for consumption in your application. Bonus content to be included provided time.

I'll (Scott) be the code monkey, playing Paul Shaffer to Rory's Letterman, playing Ed McMahon to Rory's Johnny, playing Balmer to Rory's BillG.

I can guarantee it won't suck.

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Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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Friday, September 24, 2004 10:33:52 PM UTC
Scott and Rory

I asked a question last night about "Partial Types" and recieved a vacant expression from everyone in the room. I'm not crazy.... look out on the C# 2.0 specification http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/1/6/81682478-4018-48fe-9e5e-f87a44af3db9/SpecificationVer2.doc and the spec mentions in section 23

"23 Partial Types - A new type modifier, partial, is used when defining a type in multiple parts. To ensure compatibility with existing programs, this modifier is different than other modifiers: like get and set, it is not a keyword, and it must appear immediately before one of the keywords class, struct, or interface."

So my question was "You are saying Parital Classes....when I have heard the term Partial Types....can you do the same with Interfaces" So based on the specification yes you can...

Just needed to associate myself with the clan of the sane for now...:)

Thanks for the presentation...it was excellent. Wish we could have delved into the xml abstraction -> codgen ->into types...my good friend Joe Shook tells me he saw a presentation on it for membership services somewhere.
Eric Cotter
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