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  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Eastsiders are people, too

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    Wow, Jenna’s ode to Seattle livin’ sure stirred up the Eastside pride . It’s good to see all of you Eastsiders out there representing ! I think if I can make one definitive statement it is that everyone’s experiences, needs, and preferences vary, and...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    All Hands Meeting - a lot of energy

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    Last Friday we had the WWESS all hands meeting for Hardeep Walia's org. It was a day long affair - going into it I was surprised that it would be a day long event since previous experience was of 3-4 hours (in other groups of course). I must admit...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Checkin mail for today

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    From a checkin I made today: Though one might perhaps at this time expect With the holidays looming and the halls bedecked A check-in mail that is somewhat relevent Glad tidings to wish, or at least thoughts benevolent But I fear that all...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    My First Karate Practice as a Black Belt

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    Found out over the weekend that we had passed.  Everyone going for shodan (1st degree black belt) had passed.  Sweet. Technically, I’m not a black belt until the ceremony in mid-Jan when we have our belts and certificates handed to us. ...
  • fontblog

    ClearType = Clear Mind

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    In a previous post I talked about the ClearType improvement in word recognition . Lee Gugerty and Rick Tyrrell at Clemson University found that ClearType improves word recognition accuracy by 17%. One of the other studies in the same publication looked...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Embedded Seminars 2006 - Applied Data

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    The Microsoft OEM team are running a series of Embedded Seminars throughout 2006 - it looks like Applied Data are going to be there - more information on the content and locations can be found here Also linked from the seminar page is an article Is...
  • Monad

    Monad portal in Script Center.

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    Most scripters are familar with Microsoft script center. Script center now has a portal for Microsoft Command Shell. You can access the portal at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx -Arul Kumaravel
  • Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management

    Some Team Foundation Server security documentation for you today

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    Hello again! As promised, we're back again this week with advance-copy looks at two documents concerning Team Foundation Server security: Team Foundation Server Security Concepts and Team Foundation Server Security Architecture . We'd love to see any...
  • David Kline

    Best of 2005

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    It is traditional, at the end of the year, to look back and take stock of the previous twelve months. On the .NET Compact Framework team , we recently posted our " Greatest Hits ". I'd like to do something similar today. The topics below are what I consider...
  • Antimail

    Bloom filters and everything else

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    If, by some strange and unexplained phenomenon, all blogs on blogs.msdn.com will dissapear, except one, then my preference would be for http://blogs.msdn.com/devdev/ Very interesting stuff. I am already waiting for the next post... :-)
  • Arul Kumaravel's WebLog

    Monad portal in script center

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    Most scripters are familar with Microsoft script center. Script center now has a portal for Microsoft Command Shell. You can access the portal at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx -Arul
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Java is a Dinosaur

    • 2 Comments
    Interesting article from BusinessWeek that talks about the move from Java development to .NET and Lamp. - Mike
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