I saw the briefest mention in the middle of this article that there's going to be a SharePoint conference in Sydney sometime in early May.
Yesterday, I was the speaker at the monthly meeting of the Adelaide SQL Server User Group. I presented a talk on LINQ to SQL.
I'll forward the slides and samples to Rob to post soon, but here are some of the links I mentioned.
I think everyone seemed to be following along pretty well (I didn't notice anyone actually falling asleep!), and the feedback all seemed to be at the positive end of the scale which is nice.
It will be really interesting to get my hands on the next CTP of Visual Studio Orcas and see how LINQ has changed since the May 2006 release.
In trying to install the new versions of Refactor! for VB and ASP.NET, I came across this annoying problem.
I was getting a very unhelpful "internal error 2739".
The first link above suggests re-registering JScript.dll.
I tried that to no avail.
But I'm running Vista x64, so I wondered if there were different versions of regsvr32.exe? A quick search of my \WINDOWS folder confirmed there are - in the \WINDOWS\SysWOW64 folder there's another version, and guess what - there's also a different version of jscript.dll!
So, I tried the following, then re-ran the installer for DXCore and Refactor, and success :-)
Saw this in today's Larkware News..
Developer Express have released a Beta of Refactor! for ASP.NET. There's also an updated to the free version of Refactor! for VB.NET too (v2.1.3).
I'll find out shortly if these two tools play nicely together.
I've created two new Google Calendars that other people might find useful:
- South Australian School Holidays (someone had created one before, but it hasn't been updated with 2007 dates)
- University of South Australia Academic Year - this is based on the information published by UniSA. Wouldn't it be great if SAS wanted to do this offically!
If you use Outlook 2007, then follow these instructions to import these calendars and overlay them on your own personal Outlook Calendar. The Calendar links above go directly to the iCal data, so just copy those links and paste them into Outlook.