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  • Jonathan Hardwick

    More ways to learn about System Center Capacity Planner

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    The great thing about Microsoft webcasts is that they’re archived. So even if you miss the upcoming live webcast on “Implementing SCCP 2006”, you can still watch it at your leisure (well, as long as your leisure includes a broadband connection). This...
  • Ben Armstrong

    PowerShell tweaks for controlling Virtual Server

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    On Tuesday I talked about how to control Virtual Server from PowerShell. Since then I have come up with a couple of simple tweaks to make interacting with Virtual Server easier. Load the interop DLL as part of your profile. You can create your own...
  • Shy Cohen's WebLog

    TechEd Boston – Day Three: 2 chalk talks and 2 fun guys

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    The morning started with a discussion on Reliable Messaging with one of the attendees. Over the last year I’ve spoken to literally hundreds of folks (customers, partners, conference attendees, etc.) and it’s interesting to see the same questions come...
  • Steve Caravajal's Ramblings

    SharePoint 2007 and Forms Authentication

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    SharePoint 2007 eliminates a key authentication limitation we had in SPS2003 of only being able to use AD as our authentication store. Since SPS2007 is built on top of WSS v3 and WSS v3 is built completely on top of ASP.NET v2, SPS 2007 can utilize the...
  • Microsoft Project 2010

    Project Server Data Migration - Cheat Sheet

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    Data Migration can be a long difficult progress. In Project 2007 we made a lot of investiments to make this process a lot smoother for users. This post provides a list of quick steps to migrate your Project Server 2003 data into Project Server 2007...
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Vistas of Irony

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    There's an old ("old" by our industry's standards) urban legend about irony that actually found its way into the Darwin awards. I remember it getting sent around back when it first surfaced some time in 1994. In fact, as I recall, Dave Luebbert was the...
  • Bill Lin's Blog

    Bill Gates' Transition

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    Today Bill Gates announced his transition plans: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13348456/ Essentially in two years, Bill Gates will transition away from a daily role at Microsoft to focus on the charitable work of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation...
  • Carter Maslan

    WPF training agenda - from humility to awe

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    Karsten's 5-day WPF training agenda looks great. Karsten has helped partners design and develop some of the best showcase applications, so I trust his editorial judgment.
  • SQL Server Database Engine

    Which part of 'REPAIR_ALLOW_DATA_LOSS' isn't clear?

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    In my chalk/talk at TechEd yesterday, I asked the crowd "what's the purpose of repair?" One person got it right. The purpose is not to save data. Surprised? The purpose is to get the database back to a structurally and transactionally consistent state...
  • 川西 裕幸のブログ

    リアルタイム レンダリング 第2版

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    「リアルタイム レンダリング 第2版」 を翻訳・出版しました。 この翻訳作業は2年以上前から始めていたのですが、私の仕事が遅いことと、他の書籍の作業もあってなかなか進みませんでした。やっと出せてほっとしています。リアルタイム 3D グラフィックスの書籍としては、現在ベストなものだと思います。 少し長くなりますが、私が書いた翻訳者序文を載せます。 日本のグラフィックス技術者、リアルタイム コンピュータ グラフィックスを専門とするプログラマや、それを志す学生、そして誰よりゲーム プログラマに...
  • The Feedback Loop

    Bug Update Notifications

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    We've had an issue with detecting updates to the Microsoft side of things recently, which is why changes to your bugs have been haphazard or not occuring at all. We've identified the issue and a complete fix is going to be in tomorrow afternoon. In the...
  • Grammarware, Haskellware, XMLware

    Getting off the ground with this blog

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    My static ego (a "plain web site") has lived for many (?) years now in Amsterdam . Since January 2005 I am with Microsoft at the XML end of things. Since my official title does not sound too impressive (“Program Manager”), I practice another informal...
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