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  • Keith Richie

    SPSiteManager - important bugfix!

    Someone notified me of a problem in the current public release of SPSiteManager that is currently available in the SharePoint Utility Suite at There are three main steps to...
  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    1 RU Of Raw SDLC Power!

    I’ve been meaning to set up a TFS install at home for some time. Up to now, I’ve been running TFS Beta 3 Refresh in a Virtual Machine, but it was on a borrowed box and came with the bits pre-installed. Other issues were that it was configured...
  • Getting the word out!

    Sound Off: Enterprise Architecture (EA) are they relevant to Software Engineers?

    I have seen many enterprise architects across many customers and companies, and there is one consistent theme that I can pull out across the vast majority of them; what does the Enterprise Architecture (EA) team actually deliver and how is it relevant...
  • ploeh blog

    Serializing Read-Only Collections to Code

    In some cases, a Component or Control may have the need to contain a read-only collection of complex objects. Additionally, although you don't want to enable a developer to change the collection itself at design time, you still want to make it possible...
  • D/1195

    Windows Mobile Enterprise Resource Kit

    Windows Mobile Enterprise Resource Kit provides a walk through demo of Outlook Mobile, white papers about mobility-enabled business, links to web casts and customer experiences. Also there are additional resources for Windows Mobile deployment in enterprises...
  • The Next Generation Web

    On Scale & Complexity...1 of many

    After almost ten years in the startup world, I joined Microsoft in January '05. In year here so far, perhaps my toughest adjustment has been to the size and scale of this organization. It never ceases to amaze me how many customers we are fortunate enough...
  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    A Mega Launch called - "Zip a Dee SKU Dah Day"

    A launch here at MS is a big deal. Not only does it mean mind-numbing work that makes you sing praises of Red Bull and caffeine but it also showcases the need for super-collaboration across groups. And as with all collaboration arise interfacing issues...
  • Fred Chong's WebBlog

    SaaS is a journey, walk with us

    Lately, my colleague Gianpaolo and I have been talking to many SaaS startups and SaaS company wannabes. Our current verdict: single instance, multi-tenancy is still a black art that only selected few have been able to master. Looking through the...
  • Brad Abrams

    Ajax for the rest of us: Atlas, the profile store and web based forms

    While Ajax is getting lots of buzz in the new Web 2.0 style applications it enables I was struck recently by the impact this programming style could have on possibly the most popular web application: web based forms! I hate filling out web forms...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    I Am Hardware Challenged

    Since joining Microsoft, I have been hardware challenged, putting it lightly. I joined Microsoft 2 years ago, and was greeted with an already outdated laptop and a first-edition TabletPC. I quickly found that the TabletPC (a Toshiba Protege) was woefully...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Stunts under Virtual PC

    Continuing in the stunt car racing theme for the week - we come to 'Stunts'. As far as driving games go - Stunts has a standard polygon racing engine with a solid physics model. It also has the usual mix of cars to choose from and opponents to race against...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    SMS SP 2 Is out

    Via Steve – Finally FQDNs and multithreaded inventory processing... What’s New • SMS Administrator Console Changes • Locate management points...
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