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  • Michaeljon Miller

    Dealing with many 1:M CRM relationships

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    I while back I mentioned in the CRM newsgroups that it was possible to create multiple relationships between two entities. For the most part this is true, but there are some hoops to jump through and each of those hoops is ringed in fire. More specifically...
  • Inside Office Online blog

    Converting to PDF is easy with add-ins

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    You can convert Office documents to PDF (and vice versa) right now. In fact, talking to Michael Sullivan, our lead site manager for Downloads and Marketplace , these downloads are some of the most popular on our website. You can find all of our featured...
  • gclassy.com : Gregory (Gus) Class's Media Technology Blog

    Yay! More Xbox 360 backwards compatibility!

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    I have yet to play an Xbox title on my 360, but I know I have amped 2... Combine that with Custom Soundtracks [kotaku] From Major Nelson's Blog : June 2006 Back Compat titles added: 1. 4x4 EVO 2 2. Amped® 2 3. Bad Boys 2 4. Big Mutha Truckers 5...
  • Just Coding

    My fav WinShell Trick

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    Good tools are forever. One of my favs is the old "Command Prompt Here" power toy. If you want to open a cmd (with vs8 env vars set) from a folder in Windows Explorer, copy this text into a .reg file, and execute it !! Windows Registry Editor...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Developer Escalation Model for Power Toy projects on CodePlex

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    The current CodePlex design provides an all-or-nothing access model to the source control repository.  Either I give users full access to check in their code contributions or I (or another project developer) check-in the code on their behalf. ...
  • Doug Mahugh

    Dan Bricklin Interviews Alan Yates

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    Speaking of FUD (below), it's refreshing when you hear two class acts calmly discussing the state of their industry. Dan Bricklin, inventor of the spreadsheet, interviewed Alan Yates, GM of Office business strategy, at a Microsoft reception at TechEd...
  • Saurabh Pant's Weblog

    TechEd 2006

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    [Update] Have attached the TechEd Slide Deck. The resources section for the deck will alos direct you to the sample code that I demoed during the presentation. [Original Post] Am in Boston this week for TechEd ... and just got done with my talk titled...
  • Doug Mahugh

    Living In The Past

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    There have been some strange FUD-based arguments put forth around file formats lately. You'd think people would feel good about the openness that the industry has embraced: ODF is now ISO-ratified , and Open XML is moving rapidly through the Ecma standards...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Les webcasts de Microsoft France triees par theme :-)

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    En attendant un vrai moteur de recherche de webcasts/edemos, voici déjà un regroupement plus lisible de nos différentes webcasts TechNet (elles ne sont pas toutes sur la page mais c’est plus simple d’accès qu’avant). Pour la partie...
  • Federated Infrastructure

    Exchange SLA Scorecard Woes

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    "Always read the release notes." That's all fine and dandy when the release notes are clear about what is and what will never be. The release notes for the Exchange 2003 SLA Scorecard for MOM 2005 Reporting Services state that SQL Server 2000 with...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Open Source and Lip Service

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    ZDNet's Dana Blankenhorn points out the facts that Jason Matusow's blog hasn't been updated since May 24 (a whole 20 days!!!) and Scoble's leaving of Microsoft , and therefore proof positive that Microsoft has no interest in the open source community...
  • Albatross!

    I suck...

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    ...in many ways, but the most recent is in forgetting to mention that I'm speaking at the @media conference in London later this week, with the topic " IE7 and Beyond ".
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