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  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    How can Microsoft help change the world?

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    I've been doing some thinking and figured I would ask the blogsphere.... How would you combine all of these different assets to enable our customers and partners to change the world? It seems like we have a lot of stuff (facilities, patents, technologies...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    no smoke and mirrors, just 606 takes

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    James Torio points to a simply stunning Honda TV ad . Not new, but if you've not seen it you really should. After seeing the ad you may very conclude that there is some cgi giggery-pokery going on. As James explains, no smoke and mirrors were involved...
  • Dieter's ProjBlog

    Beta 1

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    We are hard at work finishing up Beta 1. Beta 1 is a closed, by invitation only "technical" beta. I am feeling reasonably good about the Beta. I would like to take another 4+ weeks to fix bugs. But it is important to get feedback on the feature set as...
  • Ken Henderson's WebLog

    More about self-reproducing T-SQL

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    In yesterday's entry , I talked about self-replicating programs and how educational it can be to construct them. Commonly known in hacking parlance as quines , these self-reproducing programs force us to think about how our language works and are a good...
  • Dieter's ProjBlog

    Server-Side Custom Fields

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    With Project Server 12, we really wanted to expand the range of our reporting functionality. A key strength of the Project EPM Solution is the ability to define key fields for projects, resources, tasks, or assignments and then enforce use of those fields...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Microsoft, microsoft

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    John Carroll : "Microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft, microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft-microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft microsoft. Microsoft microsoft microsoft...
  • Canadian User Experience

    Microsoft Certifications for .NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005

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    With the upcoming launch of Visual Studio .NET 2005, SQL Server 2005 and BizTalk Server 2006 it has generated a lot of interest among developers and IT professionals in understanding the new courses, exams and Microsoft certifications. Today, the new...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Microsoft Certifications for .NET 2.0

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    With the upcoming release of Visual Studio .NET 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0 it has generated a lot of interest among developers in understanding the new courses, exams and certifications for Visual Studio.NET 2005 developers. Today, the new updates...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Map Chat

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    Ajax blog : "If you really want to see a cool “Web 2.0" application, look no further than this sweet visual world / global chat system built by The Midnight Coders . It pretty much freaking rocks." Midnight Coders: "...demonstrates bi-directional...
  • Buck Hodges

    Displaying the sizes and dates of files in the server

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    Have you wished that the output of the dir command from tf.exe would show you the dates and sizes of the files like cmd.exe's dir command? Even though tf.exe won't do that in version 1, the version control API provides the call necessary. This little...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Security for IT GUY

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    The only thing that is constant in today’s society is "Change". How can small business stay current with economic conditions and relevant changes in IT to help keep their business secure? Therefore, Microsoft Canada has released the "Resource for the...
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    Check out the new fontblog post

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    If you read text (hehe), you owe it to yourself to take a look at some of the things that font designers need to consider when doing their job. Ah, beautiful, beautiful hinting ... the video is definitely worth watching.
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