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  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Recording Skype calls, II

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    Pete Cashmore (hey - when do I get on your blogroll? ;-) asked what I used to record yesterday's Skype call / podcast with Kevin (the sound quality is good). I had previously used this set up , but as you can see it is v.fiddly and requires lots of...
  • Solutions Monkey

    Live Software

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    Certainly “Live” is the latest buzz word and Microsoft responded to this renewed phenomenon in a big way. That is certainly going to fuel “Software-as-Service” concept further. One thing that I love about Microsoft is that it’s collective ability to recognize...
  • John Bristowe's Weblog

    Headin' to Edmonton!

    The Canadian Launch Tour heads west tomorrow as we descend upon the fine city of Edmonton, Alberta. My good friend, Joel Semeniuk will be there to co-present on a variety of topics. Also, I'll be bringing my audio gear with me to record a buzzcast or...
  • The Web and Microsoft

    Less Vibrant Look

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    I took the advice of a few commenters and toned down the bright green colors. Hopefully, you don't think I've taken it to far to the other extreme...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    OPML freaks

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    Raymond M. Kristiansen is an OPML freak . That's a good thing. Both Raymond and Christian are using OPML editor to publish their blogs . They are pioneering - it is not easy and they're feeling the pain involved in trying new stuff out . Kosso is doing...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    Brian’s Top 10 Articles on MSDN

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    Ok, so I just spent some time surfing around MSDN, looking at the new site and reliving lots of the great content on there. So I thought I’d pull together my TOP 10 articles for ASP.NET, in no particular order below – these are all must reads for folks...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Hypertext and the next 15 years

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    In case you missed it, 15 years ago today : "It was only in 1990, on November 13, that Tim Berners-Lee, the British-born scientist widely credited with inventing the web, sent the first hypertext document through cyberspace" In the same Timesonline...
  • The Web and Microsoft

    More comments then I knew of...

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    It turns out that for quite some time I had not been receiving emails notifying me of comments to my blog entry. This is why many of your comments were not approved. It is possible that my email server is bouncing many of these emails. I will make a habit...
  • Aali's blog

    TKK 28.11.2005

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    Pidämme seminaaripäivän Teknillisellä korkeakoululla Otaniemessä ma 28.11.2005 iltapäivällä. Tilaisuus on ilmainen ja kaikille avoin. Ilmoittautuminen iltapäivään on vapaaehtoista (kts postauksen loppu). Luentojen pitäjinä minä sekä Tuukka Salonen...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Craig goes global with Tablet Development

    I should have posted this on Friday. Craig - who has been running the Tablet PC User Group here in Wellington - started working with VB Express to create a basic little tablet blogging tool that takes the ink you write, transform it into text and them...
  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    Microsoft Lauds 'Scrum' Method for Software Projects

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    http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,1885883,00.asp A couple of quotes from the article worth highlighting : ... "one thing we find is that you can't excessively mandate software development processes on a broad scale," - this is line with...
  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    SQL Server 2005: Database Mirroring Trace Flag

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    In my previous post on the Government Computer News article about SQL Server 2005, I mentioned that database mirroring was in the RTM version of the product, but that, since it wasn't supported, it required a trace flag to turn it on. I neglected, however...
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