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  • Blog Post: >L< Blogging!

    Via Doug . I've been reading Lisa's stuff since before she retired the whip (I've still got the notes from the conference I saw her speak at in, I think, 1993) and then her voluminous public output slowed to a trickle. Every once in a while another gem would appear and was as good as before but left...
  • Blog Post: Learning Online with Virtual Labs - SQL Server 2005 Upgrade

    Today, SQL Server 2005 Upgrade (from the suite of Virtual Labs ) Step into a New SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Virtual Lab for Free It's simple-no complex setup or installation is required to try out Microsoft SQL Server 2005. In these labs, you will increase your confidence and reduce your upgrade risks...
  • Blog Post: TFS MSSCCI Provider Beta 2 Released and it works* with VFP

    Rob Caron (and a number of other folk ) blogged yesterday that the next release of the Visual Studio Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider has been posted. This is great news for people using VS2003, VS2002, VS6, SQL Server Enterprise Manager, or any other IDE that supports the MSSCCI Source Control...
  • Blog Post: Darwin on the origin of Support

    Darwin Abustan , one of our local Developer Support Engineers has started blogging. This is fantastic. Darwin (and the rest of the developer support team – come on Lucas, Arthur, Michelle, Andrew, Andrew and Sean! Where are your blogs?) is at the coal face, solving customer problems every day....
  • Blog Post: Route64 Comes To Sydney

    Well, I've finally got around to blogging about the Route64 event that happened here in Sydney on July 8. We had about 85 keen developers come to the Microsoft offices in Sydney to hear Volker Will and James Smith give a great introduction to our approach to 64-bit. The day started with an overview of...
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