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  • Slava Oks's WebLog

    Q and A: x64 & AWE mechanism

    Today I received following question: Hello, We will be running Windows Server 2003 x64 with SQL Server 2005 x64. I would think AWE would not come into the picture in this scenario. I'm trying to find out more about SQL Server 2005 memory management...
  • Bug Babble

    Edit and Continue on 64 bit Windows

    Pascal writes about the joy of x64 Windows XP, and some drawbacks. One drawback is no Edit and Continue using the 64 bit CLR. You can, however, use E&C against the 32 bit CLR on a x64 machine. Here's how you do it: You need to compile your managed...
  • Jose Luis Calvo Salanova

    Madrid .NET User Group

    There is a .NET User Group in Madrid, <Spanish Content> MAD.NUG </Spanish Content> They are starting to starting to preparring some meetings and sessions, and Rido has one session about TDD next thursday. If you are in Madrid I would recomend...
  • Larry's Project Dev Blog

    Templates Override PDS Parameters

    I had a question from a customer who was creating projects using the Project Server PDS. Within the project every task must have the Fixed Cost Accrual set to "START". To set the Fixed Cost Accrual they were using the option DefaultFixedCostAccrual in...
  • MSDN Ireland News

    VSTS Licensing White Paper

    I have been getting quite a few questions in on VSTS licensing - particularly around Team Foundation Server and Load Agent licensing etc. If you are interested in these areas, you should check out the following white paper - the description is included...
  • Gamerscore Blog

    What's New with Xbox Live

    We just released information about what's going to be available on Xbox Live when Xbox 360 ships next week. There are going to be at least 400 pieces of downloadable Xbox Live Marketplace content—including free demos for games like FIFA Soccer 06, Kameo...
  • Direct Reports

    Calling Over Time (New Reporting Services 2005 Partner Products)

    Now that SQL Server 2005 is released, some of our partners are updating and enhancing their products to work with the new version. I want to point out two great partners in with new products. The first is a company called Neodynamic Systems ( http...
  • The Little Wheel Goes in Back

    Making the Flat Not So Much

    A message from Larry N. on's Wish List forum pinged a thought about how we handle rivers in FS. Here's what he said: "While on the subject of flattening, it's wonderful that we have improved resolution mesh (38m and better -- even...
  • The Healthcare IT Blog

    More on HL7 Software Factories

    This is taken from the GotDotNet Workspace and provides more insight on what is included in the project: Over the last few years, as an active member of Health Level Seven ( HL7 ) standardization organization, Microsoft significantly contributed...
  • Keith Richie

    Recovering from Portal Chaos

    So I'm attending the DCI Portals, Collaboration and Content Management Conference( ), and my travel partner (Al Turner) and I just arrived after our trek from Miami Beach to the Doral resort, and what's the first session...
  • Ryan Donovan's Commerce Server WebLog

    Commerce Server 2006 is Feature Complete - finally!!!

    The last month has been one of the busiest for the team ever. But, I am pleased to report that Commerce Server 2006 is now feature complete - finally! This is the culmination of 3+ years of efforts from multiple projects finally coming together into a...
  • Euan Garden's BLOG

    GotDotNet is having a birthday!

    The Gotdotnet team is throwing a Birthday Party and all Gotdotnet users are invited! The party will occur at the Microsoft Visitor Center this Friday, November 18, 2005 between 6PM and 10PM. For more event details, see here or visit the Gotdotnet homepage...
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