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Oops

I just realized that a few posts from January were in the wrong place, so I moved them to this… the correct blog.

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Hosting the workflow rules designer

Windows Workflow foundation has a built-in dialog for editing business rules. The RuleSetDialog class gives you everything you need to edit business rules, providing Intellisense based on the type of entity you provided to the RuleSetDialog constructor. Assume we have … Continue reading

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Mashed

We’re finally home from CodeMash 2008.  It was great, but I’m glad to be back home to my own house and my own bed… even if the house was 53 degrees when we got here.  All the sessions were great, … Continue reading

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Two sessions down

Jeff’s Silverlight talk was pretty good.  Unfortunately for me I think I’ve seen it before up at the Microsoft building.  It’s a good talk, but I guess if I’d thought about it beforehand I probably should have done something else.  … Continue reading

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CodeMash schedule

Well, I think I’ve decided on what sessions I’ll be attending:http://www.codemash.org/SessionScheduler/?1=2&2=30&3=33&4=7&5=3&6=9&7=42&8=32 I’m still a little up-in-the-air about the "Introduction to Workflow Foudation" vs. Brian’s "Applied SOA" session.  Brian’s a great speaker, and I’d want to get in at least one … Continue reading

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Custom Security Rule storage with Enterprise Library Security

The Enterprise Library’s security block is very handy, and pretty easy to use, but the one complaint I see about it most often is that people don’t want all of their security rules living in the app.config file usually due … Continue reading

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Handicapped? (Originally published 11/11/07)

Hey, look what I found in the parking lot at Veteran’s Memorial today?   Now to be fair, there was a handicapped placard hanging on the rear-view mirror of this monster.  It does make you wonder, though.  If you can … Continue reading

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