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  • SharePoint Apps: Alexander Malek's weblog

    a story of data and views

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    As I mentioned previously, my main area of focus on FrontPage is features that help users build applications for SharePoint. The cornerstone of our app creation experience in FP 2003 is a little thing we call the ‘Data View’ web part. You can think of...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Exploring the Crypto API

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    Another Record Your Demo - In this video Duane LaFlotte , available here he explores the Crypto API and how it can be used within a .NET application. <<View Exploring the Crypto API>>
  • IDE Weblog by Fiazs

    Expanding your own types in watch window

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    When viewing types in debugger watch window you can expand these types. The rules used for expanding types in watch window are stored in AUTOEXP.DAT file. This file is located in directory: <Visual Studio .Net installation directory>\Common7...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    Shared Heap Pitfalls

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    Posted by: Sue Loh I just saw someone on our newsgroups make a recommendation that to get past the Windows CE 32MB per-process VM limitation, you can use shared heaps to make your allocations. I would like to explain some of the pitfalls of choosing...
  • Dieter's ProjBlog

    Events

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    A nearly universal element of EPM (enterprise project management) deployments is the implementation of custom business processes. Each organization has their own methodology for proposing projects, asking for resources to fund or staff a project, taking...
  • One Louder

    Honeywell Blog AImed at Young Job Candidates

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    Workforce Management Article that quotes me . I'm still getting a kick out of being quoted. Indulge me ; ) Will be interesting to follow the Honeywell blog and see how it is received by college age candidates.
  • DevDiv Servicing Team Blog

    Welcome to DDCPX!

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    I am Russ Ryan, a Product Unit Manager (PUM) here in the Developer Division at Microsoft. You know, “Developer Division”. We’re the people that produce “Visual Studio” and the “.NET Framework”......
  • One Louder

    Blogging 101, literally

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    They are actually teachng it in school (this is a class at Pitt).
  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    Automating "Copy and Modify" Development

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    Last week, the DSL Tools September CTP was made available for download. You can get it here . The official description says: "Using the Microsoft DSL tools you can create your own designer, integrated into Visual Studio, for a visual domain-specific...
  • Florin Lazar - Consistency Checkpoint

    Fast transactions with System.Transactions and Microsoft SQL Server 2000

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    The simplest way to use transactions today with Microsoft SQL Server 2000, using .Net Framework 2.0, is as follows: static void Main(string[] args) { using (TransactionScope ts = new TransactionScope()) { SqlConnection sqlConnection = new SqlConnection...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Another Record Your Demo

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    Pretty cool look at Speech Server - In this video available here , Duane LaFlotte takes a look at how he used speech server to author an extension to his blog. <<View Developing Speech Enabled Applications>>
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    PDC demos available

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    For those of you who are at the PDC, we finally got my demos posted to commnet (under PRS313): http://commnet.microsoftpdc.com/content/downloads.aspx 5mb zip file, that DirectX sample was not small...
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