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    Best practices with MSXML on the browser

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    Adam Wiener, Lead Program Manager for Data Programmability / XML Technologies, has worked closely with the IE team in the lead up to the IE7 release. As part of that process, Adam looked at the use of XML in the browser and concluded: "During this...
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    Incremental Improvement, Important Milestones, and Complementary Goals

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    Building software is an exercise in incremental improvement, and when an important milestone is reached and new work is made available for the first time the team who worked so hard to build software that is useful, reliable, and secure look forward to...
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    What is 'SQL Server Everywhere Edition'?

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    So, what is 'SQL Server Everywhere Edition'? Answer? Check out this Channel 9 video with Anil Nori (Distinguished Engineer), Steve Lasker and Carlton Lane Review this SQL Everywhere FAQ (by Steve Lasker ) Visit the SQL Server Everywhere...
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    Entities in Olympus and Channel 9...

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    While watching Jim Gray's PASS video that Alex referenced in the previous post it reminded me that while I’ve been building commercial relational database systems for 20+ years, I've have had the opportunity to work with Jim Gray twice in my career. If...
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    Conceptual Schema

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    When I first started working on commercial relational databases in the early 1980’s the questions of the day were as basic as “Can the relational database be used for commercial software?” In those days the breakthrough from a programmer perspective...
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    WinFS Updates...

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    My friend Quentin Clark has posted a pair of updates to the WinFS project over on the team blog. A lot of what we learned about making a modern database development platform has made it's way into ADO.NET v.Next. We learned a lot about the needs of developers...
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    Welcome to the Microsoft Data blog

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    Welcome to the Microsoft Data blog. I’m Samuel Druker and I lead a group that’s responsible for building technology that enables great data-enabled applications. We have a lot of technologies under our umbrella and no matter what part of the Windows...
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