Scott Hanselman

The Zen of .NET: Vacation Continues

September 6, '03 Comments [1] Posted in Web Services | TechEd | Speaking | Africa
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Still on vacation...it's my first one in I don't know how long and I am ALL kinds of jet-lagged.  I just don't know what time it is.  When we went to Zimbabwe (+10 hours) I had no jet-lag, but Malaysia (+15) is messing me up.

Anyway, turns out that the Zen of .NET presentation at TechEd Malaysia did all right.  Apparently there was a short write-up in the Malaysian newspaper "The Star" on The Zen of .NET.  I don't remember saying some of the quotes, but it's still nice to see that the talk resonated with folks.

Back to work, and too blogging on Monday.  I've got a particularly interesting Web Services and WSE 2.0 multi-protocol problem I've got to share.

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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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.NET Code and Intellectual Property

September 2, '03 Comments [0] Posted in Web Services | Tools
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Here's an interesting idea via Bill Wagner - a code copyright watermarker...it creates an obfuscated function that contains your copyright notice.  Clever...of course when you look at the generated code, you can see it isn't required and it's easily removed.

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PDC - The Blogging Begins...

September 2, '03 Comments [0] Posted in Web Services | TechEd | Speaking | PDC
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Kevin Schuler's PDCBloggers.net is up and it looks like it's going to be HUGE - much bigger than TechEdBloggers.  Already the list of blogging Attendees is 46 and growing! 

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TechEd 2003 - DEV389 - Learning to love WSDL has been saved!

September 2, '03 Comments [1] Posted in Web Services | TechEd | Speaking
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I reported in August of the Tragedy Of The Missing TechEd DEV389 Session on the Conference DVDs. Fortunately, my Malaysian buddy Fun Jim Lim pointed out that my session is available online!  Glory of glories.  Now the 3 people who've shown up here via Google looking for it will actually find something!

TechEd 2003's DEV389: Learning to Love WSDL is here: http://microsoft.sitestream.com/DEV/DEV389_files/default.htm

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Yet another useful Utility - Snippet Compiler

September 2, '03 Comments [1] Posted in Web Services | ASP.NET
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My blogging buddy Jeff Key (maker of the increasingly useful NetPing) has posted yet another snazzy util, a Code Snippet Compiler.  As .NET folks, we all find ourselves creating junk Console applications with a Console.WriteLine just to test a snippet of code!  His utility sits in the tray and is always ready when you want to whip out a quick line or two. Very cool.

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