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  • Roberdan

    Econium's Web Parts for Lotus Notes

    Feature list: Acts as a single location to securely access Domino Mail system from within SharePoint Leverages SharePoint Single Sign-On service to enable single sign-on between SharePoint Portal and Domino Web Access Re-establishes new session...
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Auckland User Group - A day in the life of a Team Developer

    I'm sitting in the Auckland User Group meeting along with ~50 other Auckland based developers. The great news is that all but three people in the room have seen Visual Studio Team System before. Grant 's session is titled "A day in the life of a...
  • John Lawrence (MSFT)

    Too much email, not enough life

    Via Itzy I came across this poem from Steve Palvina . Will you invest your time in what really matters to you, or will your tombstone ultimately read like this: Here lies John, who passed away While answering his email one day. No friend, no...
  • Betsy Aoki's WebLog

    From the sublime to, the you know where

    So you know how in the blogging world, especially in the tech blogging world where time is money, money is gear, gear is nirvana and nirvana means 1st person shooter quality time - as I was saying, how tech folks don't want you to waste their time? And...
  • XAML Chick

    More Code Camp? in AZ :)

    What is Code Camp? The answer is actually simple. In order to use the official Code Camp name we follow these simple protocols: By and For the Developer Community Code Camps are about the developer community at large. They are meant to be a place...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Asli Bilgin on ZDNet for Visual Studio 2005 overviews

    Asli Bilgin, Microsoft developer evangelist and arguably one of the nicest people at Microsoft, did a [sponsored] whiteboard series on ZDNet . Asli was nice enough to give me her lucky USB keychain after my May CTP bad crash lesson in TechEd Europe ....
  • Tim Cahill - WPF Performance Guidance, Thoughts, & Tips

    What does WPF hardware acceleration get you?

    Pablo posted a great article over on his blog describing what a hardware-accelerated WPF means to your app. There's also a interesting overview of the various places you can hook into the WPF stack.
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Is Windows Server "Longhorn" delayed, too?

    No, according to our server marketing folks. But Ward is damned right: Quality first (w/o the dots). BTW, it is Windows Server Code Name "Longhorn". And the evangelism team is doing whatever is necessary to keep up the spirit and spread the knowledge...
  • Fashionably Late - an ADC tale


    Ok, that last blog entry was messy. Hopefully this one is easier to digest. I have several customers who are experiencing the joys of IIS6 and multiple worker processes (w3wp.exe). Their (you know who you are) only major gripe has been the annoying rotation...
  • Jaime Rodriguez

    What is XAML??

    I get this a lot, and usually answer "xaml is an xml based object initialization language" .. technically that is correct... but ChuckJ has a more complete answer here on this must read..
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Trivia about Set-next-Statement (SetIp)

    The poor-man's version of Set-Next-Statement (aka, SetIp) is to just forcibly set the instruction pointer register (eip on x86) to the instruction you want to execute next. However, this naive approach has several problems that ICorDebug's SetIp solves...
  • jpelak's blog

    Turtlenecks and Propeller Heads

    It's been a while since I've posted. I've been on the cross-country conference junket of late, and after stops in Redmond , Las Vegas , Redmond , Charlotte , and Redmond again, it's time to get back home and get back to blogging. So of course, I'd like...
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