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  • Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information from Alfred Thompson

    Today's Links - 6 Feb 2006

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    I thought I'd try something different today. Here is a list of links to a few interesting articles with a paragraph or two taken from each article. I've been meaning to link to and comment on each but just haven't had as much free time as I'd like. But...
  • This is my old blog

    My team is hiring (Israel)

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    If you're looking for a fun job that involves deep technical content and seeing the the big pictures you might want to drop me a line. you can read about it at: http://www.microsoft.com/israel/careers/jobs/120.mspx [Hebrew]
  • Microsoft Access

    Tracking Application Overview

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    Access 12 and Windows SharePoint Services v.3 will enable out of the box “tracking applications” that can span the client and server or can run standalone on the client. A “tracking app” is a small data application that adds database functionality to...
  • David Wang

    On IIS Team Blogging

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    I was randomly browsing blogs on blogs.msdn.com following the recent Community Server upgrade, and I happened upon the newly started blog of a friend of mine on the Sparkle (aka "Microsoft Expression Interactive Designer" or EID) team. I thought "cool...
  • Visual Studio to Internet Explore...

    Interesting decision about the design

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    Recently Neela reported down one interesting issue. Consider a class class1 with following two methods: public void test(String str) public void test(String[] str) Now if user creates object of class1 (say object1) on OTB and then selects...
  • FitzBlog

    Time To Discusss WSRP...

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    I thought I’d start this next wave of postings with the subject I’ve avoided the longest — WSRP. This one will be a little long… What Is WSRP? The abbreviation stands for Web Services for Remote Portlets. There are plenty...
  • Kintan's

    writing "WOW" emails

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    Emails have become the official means of recorded conversations in corporations. At Microsoft, a typical program manager writes an average of 30-40 emails every day and reads many more. It would certainly help improve productivity, if the emails are crafted...
  • This is my old blog

    What is "Offline Community" for you?

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    We stumbled across an "Offline Community" rating from customers and we were wondering what does it mean for you?
  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog

    Dependency management: Coupling and cohesion

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    Dependency management turns ugly when Assembly A gets a transitive dependency (in red, the slash means ‘derived’) to Assembly C even if Assembly A apparently does not depend directly to nothing in Assembly C: The evolution of large-scale designs...
  • Rob Caron

    How Microsoft Does Software Engineering

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    At a well-attended VSLive presentation (How We Make the Sausage: Lessons From the Factory Floor) in San Francisco last week, Russ Ryan pulled back the curtain to show how we develop software at Microsoft. His talked focused on Developer Division and looks...
  • Sriram Krishnan

    It's raining tennis balls

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    Microsoft has weird people. When you stroll through the corridors here, you’ll find people’s offices decked up in the weirdest of ways – posters, weird little gadgets,etc. You’ll also find lots of sports equipment – cricket bats, tennis balls and smelly...
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    Comments in my blog

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