Re: Welcome to DevX's C# newsgroup
I already found another resource:
Code Guru's discussion forum for C#.
The NetMeeting Zone -- Microsoft NetMeeting MVP
http://www.devx.com --The Premier Online Information Source for Programming
"Robert Scoble" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Well, since I was kicking and screaming here until the DevX powers that be
> opened this newsgroup, I guess I am responsible for saying "welcome" to
> of you.
> Please make yourself at home.
> This newsgroup will, I hope, soon be a hotbed of Visual C# information and
> discussion and debate. That part is up to you.
> OK, in the meantime, I have some homework for you. Check out the following
> sites and get up to speed. We'll need some gurus to help answer the tons
> questions that'll soon be here.
> Have fun and please do let us know what you are doing with C#. Some of you
> are already building hot stuff with it. Did you know, for instance, that
> ASP+ was built with C#?
> These are all the resources I know about so far for Microsoft's Visual
> Studio.net family of technologies (includes ASP+, VB.net, VS.net,
> C#, SOAP, Web Services, etc.).
> These include ALL the links I've seen bandied around so far, not just
> DevX/Fawcette ones.
> I can't say it's comprehensive (I get a new resource every hour or so) but
> it's a good starting point. It'd be good to build a Visual Studio.net
> with all of these links, methinks.
> Hope they are useful to you. Please send me any that aren't on this list.
> news://news.devx.com/csharp.general (Web page versions:
> http://news.devx.com/) (DevX's newsgroup for discussing C#).
> news://news.devx.com/vb.vb7 (Web page versions: http://news.devx.com/)
> (DevX's newsgroup for discussing Visual Basic.net and Visual Studio.net).
> news://news.devx.com/web.asp.plus (Web page versions:
> (DevX's newsgroup for discussing ASP+).
> MAILING LISTS:
> http://www.asplists.com/asplists/aspng.asp Curious about ASP+? Join this.
> (Good, Microsoft programmers are participating regularly)
> http://www.asplists.com/asplists/aspngbeta.asp Do you have the ASP+ beta
> have questions? Join this. (Good, Microsoft programmers are participating
> http://discuss.develop.com/ Developmentor's DotNet mailing list (among
> others). (Good, Microsoft programmers are participating regularly)
> http://www.aspmessageboard.com/forum/aspplus.asp 4GuysfromRolla's ASP+
> discussion forum.
> http://p2p.wrox.com/scripts/lyris.pl?enter=aspx Wrox's ASP+ mailing list.
> http://188.8.131.52/quickstart/ (Microsoft's ASP+ Quickstart page -- is
> running slow sometimes, keep trying).
> http://www.ibuyspy.com/ Vertigo and Microsoft's sample site with source
> http://search.microsoft.com/us/SearchMS25.asp (no source code, but our
> sources tell us this is running on ASP+ now).
> rewrite of Microsoft code, it looks like.
> http://www.vslive.com Independent conference that will tackle ".net"
> Actually three conferences in one week in one huge hotel in Orlando.
> VCDC, SQL2TheMax) September 19-23, 2000. (Has an entire day on ".net"
> technologies -- all given by Microsoft developers). Has the best
> and trainers from DevelopMentor, Wintellect, Vertigo, and Microsoft.
> http://www.butrain.com/windev/west/default.htm Independent conference that
> will tackle ".net" topics. Run by Boston University and DevelopMentor.
> http://www.develop.com Developmentor's ".net" training classes. Developed
> Don Box and other leaders in the field (and on this mailing list!).
> http://www.aspworkshops.com/ Steven Walther's ASP+ training classes.
> http://www.wintellect.com Wintellect's ".net" training classes. Developed
> Jeffrey Richter, Jeff Prosise, and other leaders in the field.
> http://www.vsconnections.com/ Conference for VS programmers. Has
> considerable ".net" content.
> GENERAL INFORMATION ON VISUAL STUDIO.NET and associated technologies (in
> particular order)
> (VBPJ's Special Coverage of Visual Studio.NET).
> http://www.vb-zone.com/vb7/ DevX.com and VB-ZONE's VB.net Portal (lots of
> links to other things covered partly below).
> http://www.microsoft.com/net/default.asp Microsoft's ".net" Home Page.
> http://msdn.microsoft.com/NET/default.asp MSDN's ".net" Home Page.
> (different than Microsoft's .net page). Much better for developers.
> a PDC sampler.
> http://www.devx.com/free/press/2000/071400.asp Pundits Ponder PDC
> Pronouncements. Audio and Video of several FTP/DevX pundits giving their
> thoughts on the PDC and Visual Studio.net.
> http://www.msdn.microsoft.com/vstudi...en/default.asp Microsoft's Next
> Generation Visual Studio Page (links to lots of Visual Studio.net stuff).
> http://commnet.pdc.mscorpevents.com/ Microsoft's PDC sessions and slides.
> Microsoft's page on using ATL Server.
> Microsoft's C# Introduction and Overview.
> Microsoft's Winforms site.
> Microsoft's Web Services site.
> from Microsoft on language changes made to VC++, VB, and others.
> http://www.devx.com/free/press/2000/071200-1.asp .NET Revealed-Microsoft
> Raises the Curtain on Web Applications Services Framework by Stuart L.
> Johnson of XML Magazine from PDC.
> http://www.devx.com/free/hotlinks/2000/ednote071900.asp Answers to Your
> 5 Visual Studio.NET Questions by Jeff Hadfield.
> spn0008.asp Visual Studio 7 Embraces the Web. Publisher's Note for VBPJ by
> Jeff Hadfield.
> sov0008.asp Inside Visual Studio 7. True to Microsoft's word, Visual
> 7.0 is all about enabling you to program the Internet. From August VBPJ.
> sp First Look at Visual Studio 7.0. Learn what's coming in the next
> of Visual Studio and how it affects you as a C++ developer (includes
> introducing C#) by Brian Noyes.
> svc0008.asp A Sharper Look for Visual C++. C# gives you C++'s OO power,
> adds garbage collection, plus eliminates pointers and other features that
> lead most often to trouble. From August VBPJ.
> sso0008.asp Program the Web With SOAP.
> Find out how Microsoft plans to revolutionize the Web with SOAP and ROPE.
> Ken Rabold, from August VBPJ.
> sas0008.asp Develop Web Applications With ATL Server. Visual Studio's next
> version allows you to build high-performance Web applications with ATL. By
> Richard Grimes from August VCDJ.
> VB7: More IDE Improvements. July 2000 VBPJ Publisher's Note.
> http://www.devx.com/free/press/2000/030100.asp Visual Basic 7.0's New
> Features: A Glossary. by Rockford Lhotka.
> http://www.devx.com/free/newsletters/vb/ednote0215.asp It's No Joke: VB7
> Feature Inheritance. Editor's Note by Patrick Meader for VBZONE.
> Get Ready for Web Forms. Publisher's Note from August VBPJ. by Jeff
> http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml/general/toolkit_intro.asp Web Services and
> the SOAP Toolkit for Visual Studio 6.0. Microsoft's site for downloading
> Services for Visual Studio 6.
> The Programmable Web: Web Services Provides Building Blocks for the
> Microsoft .NET Framework. MSDN Magazine August report by Mary Kirtland.
> http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/is...SNET/VSNET.asp Visual
> .NET: Build Web Applications Faster and Easier Using Web Services and XML.
> MSDN Magazine August report by Dave Mendlen.
> http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/is...arp/csharp.asp Sharp New
> Language: C# Offers the Power of C++ and Simplicity of Visual Basic. MSDN
> Magazine August Report by Joshua Trupin.
> http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/is...us/ASPPlus.asp Active
> Server Pages+: ASP+ Improves Web App Deployment, Scalability, Security,
> Reliability. MSDN Magazine August Report by Dave Sussman.
> http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/071900-1.shtml ASP+ FAQ.
> Commonly-Asked ASP questions answered.
> http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/071500-1.shtml ASP+: An Introduction
> and My Views on the Matter.
> http://www.asp101.com/aspplus/index.asp An Overview of ASP+.
> http://www.aspfree.com/asp+/whatisaspplus.aspx. What is ASP+?
> http://www.aspng.com/aspng/overview.asp ASP+ Overview from Charles
> http://www.asptoday.com/articles/20000711.htm Introducing ASP+. By Alex
> http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/071700-1.shtml Creating ASP+ Pages
> with your Favorite Language.
> http://www.aspng.com/quickstart/aspplus/default.htm ASP+ Quickstart
> from Microsoft.
> us.htm Using the ASP+ List-Bound Controls
> Nikhil Kothari, Microsoft Corporation
> nput.htm User Input Validation in ASP+
> Anthony Moore, Microsoft Corporation
> http://www.asptoday.com/articles/20000712.htm How is ASP+ different from
> by Alex Homer.
> http://www.asptoday.com/articles/20000713.htm A summary of all the new
> features in ASP+ by Alex Homer.
> page on the new ADO+. (Database Access Technology).
> http://www.aspng.com/quickstart/aspplus/default.htm Mirror of Microsoft's
> samples and documentation.
> (they have placed it an a frameset that guarantees their tab stays on top
> the documentation. Very rude....)
> http://www.aspfree.com/asp+/ ASP+ articles on ASPFree.com. (ASP+
> http://www.wrox.com/beta/ Wrox's ASP+ preview site and support page.
> http://www.winsupersite.com/showcase...ler_fusion.asp Info about how
> .DLL's change under Microsoft's .NET.
> http://www.devx.com/free/press/2000/...port062600.asp All Things Being
> Equal...XML bridges the gulf between Java and the Microsoft platform. But
> remember, that bridge goes both ways. by Sean Gallagher, Editorial
> FTP Enterprise Group
> http://www.devx.com/free/press/2000/...ort2062600.asp Will Microsoft
> the right note with C#? Editorial by Jeff Hadfield Publisher, VBPJ
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