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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Ian Moulster's blog

    The Power of CSS

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    Playing around with WPF makes one thing clear: Applications are about to become a whole lot prettier. Which itself implies that the design - the look and feel - is likely to become increasingly important for every application in the same way that you...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Cookies - Half Baked?

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    Jay McCarthy brings up the topic of one oldest pieces of browser technology, the cookie, and suggests it is time for a tune up . Is that so mad? Given the current cookie spec is over 10 years old , Jay may have point. I wonder what Lou Montulli...
  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    Microsoft Give campaign gives $60M. But WHY???

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    Everyone has heard of the Microsoft Give Campaign and the last info I heard for our October Giving Campaign said we as a firm have raised just over $60M with 66% of our employees participating - about $8M increase over employee giving at this time last...
  • mszCool's thoughts and cents revealed

    Session Voting for Launch Conference

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    I have created a little session voting tool for the launch conference in Austria to get a feeling of how many people will attend which sessions. With that we can split the rooms appropriately... Currently my session about web parts is on the third position...
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