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  • InterConnect Blog


    今回は機能の話をします。 といってもまだ開発中のため、確定していない情報もあるのですが、できるだけ確定情報で書いていきます。 まず、質問の多い「関係サマリー」について書きたいのですが、その表示にも一工夫してあり先にそちらの説明をします。 なかなか説明の機会がないのですが、聞いていただけた方からは評価いただいています。 関係サマリーの表示単位は「連絡先ブロック」というものを使用しています。連絡先を単に名前だけ表示したり、全データを表示するのではなく、必要最小限のデータを表示します。 例えば...
  • Keenan Newton

    Enterprise Library 3.0

    Yes you heard right. There will be a new version fo Enterprise Library coming out. Version 3.0, my guess is it will coincide with the .NET Framework 3.0. Currently Tom Hollander is looking for feedback about what developers like, and dislike about the...
  • Backstage @ Robotics

    Have you heard? .NET Compact Framework v2.0 SP1 is done and is being released.

    I think there are about a few hundred bloggers who have posted something about this so i'll spare you the long post and just give you a quick summary of what's new. Customer Feedback drove this release. Improvements in stability Adds new debugging...
  • Keenan Newton

    Taking the Red Eye

    Well I am sitting at SeaTac (Seattle Tacoma Airport), waiting to board my plane back to Chicago. The last 10 days have been interesting as I have ha da firehose of training workshops, and overall I have to say they have been pretty useful. So anyways...
  • Rob Caron

    Team Edition for Database Pros Videos

    For a look at what Team Edition for Database Professionals has to offer, watch these high-quality videos to see demonstrations of: Importing a Database Schema and Adding it to Team Foundation Server Source Code Control Creating a Test Project...
  • Backstage @ Robotics

    MEDC 2006 Beijing, China - DONE!

    Hot after the heels of MEDC Taiwan, the China team put up a great show today at the Great Wall Sheraton Hotel in Beijing for MEDC 2006 China . We dropped into Beijing yesterday evening, went in for prep and together with a host of other partners...
  • mikechampion's weblog

    Why does the world need another XML API?

    The world has had a chance to look at the LINQ technologies a bit, and the overall response has been quite enthusiastic. But now we're getting some harder questions about how various LINQ components relate to one another and to existing Microsoft technologies...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    LINQ, ADO.NET and Entities

    In case you missed it, Somasegar (Microsoft's VP of Developer Division) blogged today about some of the LINQ and ADO.NET innovations planned for the next version of Visual Studio (Orcas). It's getting some attention already... Techworld : ...
  • Brent Phillips - Interoperability Blog

    Design, collaboration, and standards...oh my!

    Expanding on my point from last week, I thought this was a great example of how Microsoft embraces interoperability on multiple levels. In May we announced the Insurance Value Chain Architecture Framework v1.0 developed to foster efficiencies in cross...

    Win a adventure trip to NZ!

    You and a friend could be exploring New Zealand on a fantastic adventure holiday. Staying in Queenstown, you can choose from a range of activities; take off on a heli-flight, thrill to a Shotover Jet experience, bungy jump, go trout fishing,enjoy wine...
  • Gianpaolo's blog

    Ballmer's SaaS-Y plan

    In case you had any doubts that Microsoft is fully behind Software as a Service: Article here
  • David Wang

    HOWTO: Install and Run PHP on IIS7, Part 2

    A couple of months ago, I wrote a quick and dirty entry on how to install PHP on IIS7. The main purpose of that entry was to explain the details of what was going on as well as cookie-cutter instructions of one way to successfully install PHP on IIS7...
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