Monthly Archives: July 2007

Undo pending changes for another user in Team Foundation server

When I picked up on my old project on Codeplex (which runs Team Foundation Server), I found that there were items checked out by another user. Actually, it was me, but on a workspace on a different computer. Shame on me … Continue reading

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Getting started with ADAM and ASP.NET 2.0

This blog entry is meant to describe how you can get Active Directory Application Mode (ADAM for short) up and running in combination with ASP.NET 2.0 Membership and Role Management. If you are not familiar with ADAM, I suggest you read … Continue reading

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Organize using statements in Visual Studio 2008

While the June CTP (or Beta 1 refresh if you will) of Visual Studio 2008 is already out some time, I didn’t see anyone report on a new feature that was introduced: “Organize Usings” When you right-click any code file, … Continue reading

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Removing malfunctioning Windows SharePoint Services solutions

It could happen that you (or whatever) accidentally break a deployed solution on a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (or MOSS 2007 for that matter) farm or site. If that happens, you can no longer retract and/or remove a solution by … Continue reading

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Orcas Web Programming

The Orcas build of the .NET Framework will bring a lot of improvements to program for the Web. This means that you can expose your services in a fashion that makes it consumable by “simpler” web-enabled clients. It will use SOAP-less … Continue reading

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Microsoft MVP

Wooooot. I’ve been made MVP for Visual Developer – Visual C#. Due to a rogue mail-server I didn’t know until Gerard Verbrugge, the Dutch Microsoft liaison for MVPs, mailed me (on another address) with the fantastic news. Thanks go to … Continue reading

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