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Interested in writing your own providers for ASP.NET 2.0? Need some guidance and sample code?

Check out: Access Providers 

These are the Access providers that were pulled from the "official" release, but are being distributed above.

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Rule the Web with ASP.NET 2.0

ASP.NET is a powerful framework for building dynamic, high performance, data-driven Web applications. ASP.NET 2.0 improves on its predecessor by helping you become more productive, reducing the amount of code you need to write, making your Web sites easier to manage, and improving your Web site's scalability, reliability, and performance. In this three-part tour-de-force, you’ll explore valuable aspects of ASP.NET 2.0 – from user interfaces to data access to performance – that will help you create better Web applications with less hassle than ever before.

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Want FREE virtual labs and webcasts when you want them?

check out www.lunchwithmicrosoft.com

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Free .NET Web Seminars Presented by Dan Wahlin in June and July

Several free .NET Web Seminars covering a variety of topics from new .NET version 2 features to emulating master pages Website templates in .NET version 1.1 will be presented in June and July. The seminars will be presented by Microsoft MVP Dan Wahlin.  If you're interested, sign-up for free using the links below (watch for URL wrapping):

Extending the DataGrid - June 22nd

New XML Features in .NET Version 2 - June 29th

Master Pages in ASP.NET 1.1? - July 13th

Seminar details can also be viewed at http://www.xmlforasp.net.

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Another day at TechEd.  I met early this morning with a group from Los Alamos National Lab.  Obviously I don't want to divulge any customers plans, but it was good to meet with this group and I hope to help them out in the future.  I'm glad that my Regional Director, Michael Palermo was able to introduce me to these people.

I'm hoping to attend some sessions today on sharepoint best practices as well as .NET internals -- apparently there was a great session on ASP.NET internals yesterday that I missed.

Michael Palermo is also giving his Grok Talk today on code snippets in VS2005, which should be cool.  The Grok Talks have been pretty cool and should be available when they get them edited on the site.