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  • Tetsuharu IKADAI's blog

    Windows Live !!

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    遅ればせながら,あけましておめでとうございます. 今年も宜しくお願い致します. さて,私は社内のテクニカルイベントに参加するため,先週からシアトルに滞在しています.今日はビルゲイツ会長の基調講演があり,様々な最新テクノロジがデモを交えて紹介されていました. ご存知の通り,2006 年は Windows Vista や Office 12 など次々と新しい製品が登場しますが,製品だけでなくサービスとしても,面白いものが次々と提供されます. 特に面白いと思ったのは Windows Live...
  • I know the answer (it's 42)

    Extending the team build web-view

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    <Update: Fixed so that you no longer need to copy the Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Build.Common.dll. Thanks to a Watson bug we got to this > We had a web-UI for Build Report but we do not have one for Build List. Sometime back we had customer queries...
  • Ian Moulster's blog

    New nugget gadget on live.com

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    I've had www.live.com as my homepage for a while now and one of the things that I've found is that I get a regular urge to create my own "gadget" (in case you're not into live.com, a "gadget" is a bit like a sharepoint web part that can be added to your...
  • All things tech

    New Smartphones coming from T-Mobile...

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    I've just heard some exciting news that I'm sure all of you out there waiting to land Windows Mobile 5.0 phones will be excited to hear about. T-Mobile in the US is apparently launching two Mobile 5 phones near the end of Feb similar in spec to the SP5...
  • Mark M's WebLog

    What about Invisible Friends?

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    A warning for my newly expecting wife: http://www.breitbart.com/news/2006/01/11/D8F2LSD84.html
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    What should I present at MEDC?

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    I recently blogged about the upcoming EMEA Mobile and Embedded DevCon. http://blogs.msdn.com/jasonlan/archive/2006/01/10/511157.aspx Well my colleague John Wyer who runs this event asked me to speak at MEDC. So rather than just my own views on what...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    Chocoloate Hacks: the Way to a Woman's Heart?

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    In my never ending quest to give the women in my life something to shake their heads about and possibly use against me someday, here's a third party account of a stupid-simple, dirt-cheap chocolate exploit I stumbled upon last weekend. For build and deployment...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Great images and detail on Motorola Q at msmobiles.com

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    Adam of Msmobiles.com has written a great piece on his hands on experience with the Motorola Q at CES! One thing he mentions which the Blackberry fans amongst you have always been nagging me about is the ThumbWheel.... the Q has a thumbwheel! ...
  • Technical Weblog of Eric Charran

    Federated Database Design

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    Federated database design relates to carrying service oriented architecture into the database layer. Because SQL Server 2005 has several application server-like capabilities (i.e., SQL Server Integration Services, SQL Server Service Broker, Web Services...
  • Srivatsn's Blog

    Apple wont give XP the boot!

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    Yesterday, I was a happy man. Apple had announced their first MacTels and that meant that I could finally get to work with my favourite software on my favourite hardware . I was finally going to retire my iMac G5 and relieve myself of the frustration...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    New Commerce Server Case Studies Posted

    So just saw that we published three major new case studies for Commerce Server 2002. Check out the great references for Costco.com , CompUSA , and Tommy Hilfiger . These are some great showcases for bringing up high performing commerce sites quickly...
  • Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog

    SharePoint Roadmap and Light-Up Not Just Roll-Up

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    Hi! I thought I would follow Kurt’s post with some background on our next release of the SharePoint technologies and the thought process behind one of the goals for the release that we internally call “light-up not just roll-up”. SharePoint for the...
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