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  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Buzzword Bingo 2.0

    AT LAX, waiting on a plane to Atlanta, I bought a book, " The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century " by Thomas L. Friedman. Just a few pages into it, and I closed the book cover in disgust. The writing was great, his points excellent...
  • Dgoldman's WebLog

    OAB Generation and the 9339 event id

    The 9338 and 9339 event ID’s that are logged in the application log indicate that there was a problem with the data that is returned from the Active Directory during an Offline Address List generation. The reason why there are two possible events that...
  • Shy Cohen's WebLog

    TechEd Boston – Day Two: A scary tale with a good ending and 2 back-to-back parties

    This morning I gave my talk. I was working on the demos and slides until late last night, completely ignoring the first rule of presentations: get a good night’s rest before your presentation. With ruby red eyes I managed to drag myself out of bed in...
  • Loosely Coupled Thinking

    TechEd Day 2: A Workflow Manifesto

    I gave another talk yesterday, this one called "A Workflow Manifesto". The objective of this talk was to get people thinking about other ways in which they could use workflow (since workflow has historically focused only on human-oriented workflow). I...
  • Thomas Dreller's Blog

    .NET Framework 3.0 Community

    Die amerikanischen Kollegen unter Leitung von Marc Merucir haben weder Mühe noch Aufwand gescheut und eine neue Developer Community auf die Beine gestellt: – Developer community for the .NET Framework 3.0 I am pleased to announce that...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Source Fource Takes Boston By Storm

    The proverbial cat is out of the bag now. The Source Fource are at TechEd, live and in person. If you're in Boston for the event, you've probably seen them by now. If not, they want to meet you! You can find them in the expo hall today and tomorrow...
  • Sean Lumley's Blog

    Improve load test performance on multi-processor machines

    This post is about improving the performance of a load test when running the test on a multi-processor machine.
  • Jensen Harris: An Office User Interface Blog

    The Spelling Check is Complete

    Yesterday, I mentioned the new contextual spelling feature that is part of Office 2007. Writing the post reminded me of a story from years past... One of the things we've tried to do from time to time is reduce the number of modal alerts that pop up...
  • Head in the Clouds

    TechEd 06: Chalk-talk today, MAF 101

    I'm doing a "chalk-talk" today at TechEd -- at 3:45 in DEV (Blue area) Theatre 1 in the TLC. The listed subject is Designing Managed Add-ins for Reliability, Security and Versioning, the same subject of the talk Jim and I did at PDC. I've refined the...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    Thread names and CeLog

    Posted by: Sue Loh [Back from MEDC-Europe and I had a great time! It was nice to talk to our European customers and fun to meet some people in person who I'd only previously "met" online. I liked Nice too, though as someone who's used to Atlanta now...
  • Rob Caron

    Personify Design TeamLook

    TeamLook by Personify Design At TechEd, Personify Design launched their first product, TeamLook. I’ve been using TeamLook throughout their beta period since December. It’s a natural integration of Team Foundation Server with Outlook 2003...
  • All About Interop

    MTOM in WCF and WebSphere?

    Someone asked how to send binary attachments between .NET and WebSphere. After much wailing and gnashing of teeth, the W3C standard for sending attachments in webservices is MTOM . On the Microsoft side, MTOM is supported in WSE 3.0 or WCF . ...
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