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  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Do you Scrum?

    Conchango Releases Scrum Add-In for Visual Studio Team System Providing additional support for agile development on the Microsoft enterprise development tools platform, Conchango has introduced Scrum for Team System. The new tool lets development...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Free Web Application Hacking Workshop

    Boston , MA April 5, 2006 Hyatt Regency Boston Duxbury Room One Avenue de Lafayette Boston , MA 02111 What you will learn: The evolution of Web applications and why they need to be secured Advanced hacking techniques like SQL Injection...
  • East Region Microsoft CRM Blog

    Bill Gates on Microsoft Software being offered On Premise or Hosted

    "... Everything Microsoft does, over time, will be available either running as a server or you can run it on-premise or it can be hosted.... in a sense has gone with a very expensive sales approach, along with hosting. Most people who do...
  • Technical Weblog of Eric Charran

    Debugging From an ASP.NET Web Form to a Web Service using Typed DataSets

    When attempting to step into a web service when a Typed DataSet is passed as a parameter to the web method from ASP.NET, Visual Studio 2005 will step into the proxy class, but return to the ASP.NET call without stepping into the web service or hitting...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    The Root Of All Evil, Part One

    People often quote Knuth's famous statement that premature optimization is the root of all evil. Boy, has that ever been the theme of my life these last few weeks as I've been banging my head against the compiler trying to figure out how we're going to...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    RSS + SLE (real world) examples

    Sean Lyndersay over on the IE team blog posted about the RSS Simple List Extensions (SLE) and how they are being used today. (Note you need IE 7 to see the SLE functionality in-browser. Since not everyone will (or can) try out the IE7 beta, I've created...
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    DSL Designer Screenshots

    Kristoffer , a UI designer working with the DSL Tools team, recently posted a screen shot and some questions about the new DSL Designer that we're working on. If you'd like a sneak peek, have a look. Also, if you have any comments for him about the new...
  • Live Search

    Build Your Own Search Engine

    Ever wanted to create your own search engine? Or use a search engine that’s tailored to the specific topic you’re interested in? Last Friday we released a new Live Search feature called Search Macros that enables you to do this! What are Search Macros...
  • Rants of a Hippie Coder

    The best thing you can get for your iPod

    The Bose SoundDock . Really. It is way cool. It is way expensive too but given the simplicity, elegance, and sound quality it is well worth it. Too many iPod docking units have subwoofers, separate speakers, lots of switches, look clunky, etc. When...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Back in the saddle

    Hey everyone, I'm back. Sorry for the two-month absence there. We've been absolutely INSANELY busy trying to figure out how to make the LINQ features work in C# 3.0 for the last two months. Add on top of that the fact that I've been running lights for...
  • Andy Pennell's Blog

    Autoexp.dat not working in Visual Studio 2005?

    As this was reported twice in the space of a week internally, I figured that external users may be hitting this too. The internal emails were along the lines of "I added my custom types to autoexp.dat and they don't work". In both cases this was because...
  • Jason Sacks's Windows SDK blog

    Vista dates shifting

    Well, I'm sure you've heard the news of Windows Vista's ship dates slipping from a lot of sources so I'm sure I'm not revealing any confidential information by posting about it. From my standpoint, this is really frustrating. Since the Windows SDK...
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