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  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Looking for a cool job?

    There are some really great places within Microsoft to work. When you are in the field by far one of the coolest places is at the Technology Centers . These are an incredible center of cool technology and some incredible people. The Boston MTC has a position...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Embedded for Point of Service 1.1 Released.

    Windows Embedded for Point of Service (WEPOS) 1.1 has been released - you can get the POS for .NET 1.1 download on MSDN Downloads . WEPOS 1.1 adds support for a series of new device types including coin dispenser, keylock, MICR (magnetic ink character...
  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    Secure Software Forum -- Workshop series

    The Secure Software Forum is conducting a Workshop Series over the next few months. During these events they will discuss best practices for implementing security early in the software application lifecycle and participants will learn specific techniques...
  • Rahul Soni's blog

    How to use Web Site Administration Tool without installing VS 2005

    Hello everyone!! This one is a tweak to ensure that you are able to Administer your ASP.NET 2.0 web-site *without* installing Visual Studio 2005 on your IIS Server. For that, you would need Framework 2.0 installed on your Server. If you don't have...
  • We > Me: Joe Morel's Blog

    Why I Sold My iPod

    Outside of the online communities space, one of my biggest passions is music and home entertainment. Not just electronics and stuff…I actually minored in music in college, have played piano since I was four, and have even been in a couple of performances...
  • search.subscribe.share in outlook 2007

    Gettin' crafty with reading RSS feeds

    There are several cool ways you leverage Outlook's folder management and search infrastructure to improve the way you view RSS feeds inside the application. They range from the simple, like creating subfolders, to the complex, like using search folders...
  • Stephen Toub

    Sudoku... want the code?

    In my last post I talked about the implementation of Sudoku we created for the Tablet PC and the Ultra-Mobile PC. Want the source code? How about an MSDN article explaining the ins and outs of how it was created, the algorithms used, how it makes use...
  • 철수네 소프트웨어 세상 [마이크로소프트 지점]

    Project Origami = UMPC

    • 1 Comments 소개 동영상 (Channel 9), 공식 기사 “Origami is the code name for Microsoft’s Ultra-Mobile PC project.” 예상하신대로 오리가미는 Microsoft의...
  • : Gregory (Gus) Class's Media Technology Blog

    Origami Roundup

    The new UMPC devices that are based on Windows XP (Vista eventually) for Tablets with the Touch extensions, are all the buzz this morning. I figured I'd drop a short synopsis of the goings ons: MS Watch: Origamil: More than a paper crime? ...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Answer to the Trivial Question

    The answer to the trivial question from my blog based upon the March 8, 2006 WebCasts “Least Privilege Development and New System.Security Features” is below: Question: The KeyInfo element can consist of either a <KeyName/> or a <RetrievalMethod...
  • Jensen Harris: An Office User Interface Blog

    Picture This: A New Look For Office

    This morning at the CeBIT conference in Germany, we revealed the new visuals for the Office 2007 user interface. You can see a few screenshots of the new look on the Office 2007 UI Preview Site . If you've got a craving to see even more, I've created...
  • Clark Sell

    Codename Origami

    You may have heard some buzz around something called Origami which is a new PC form factor. You can find out the official details here: Funny part, I have just enough room in my...
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