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  • A Freaky Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog

    Form Based Quotes Orders and Invoices

    I just got this information about new reports. There are a new set of Quote, Order and Invoice reports in the download section that one can publish in CRM and expose through the individual forms. These reports are a better alternative than the Print...
  • mikechampion's weblog

    XML Schema is the root of WS-Evil?

    For some reason I don't really understand, Don Box's appeal for Pragmatics has had exactly the opposite effect from what I think was intended- more thunder from the RESTifarian pulpits, not an consensus to do the simplest thing that actually works for...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Slipstream 5000 under Virtual PC

    I have vague memories of Slipstream 5000 being touted as a 'ground breaking game' when it was first released - but I can't really remember why any more :-) Having said that - this is a great old DOS game. Released towards the end of the DOS gaming...
  • experience matters

    On Target...

    Target uses design/art to distinguish themselves and their products from competitors...thus, they use design to sell! Target even goes so far as to publish a philosophy: Great design isn't reserved for the few... it's for everyone to enjoy, everyday. We're here to champion the value of objects of great design big and small. And to deliver them at a value that really does make it Design for All....
  • Mahjayar's WebLog.

    WCF Feb CTP namespace changes

    I wanted to talk a little bit about the namespace changes in the Feb CTP of WCP (Indigo). With the new namespaces we feel that all classes are now present where its supposed to be (although we are open to suggestions if you feel some classes are misplaced...
  • Hamid Safi's blog


    Hamid Safi's comments on .Net & BizTalk...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Security Summit - Registration now open

    If you subscribe to the New Zealand MSDN Flash , you'll know that the Security Summit is coming up on March 17 in Auckland. The registration website went live a couple of days ago, so you can now register. Note that the registration costs $125. However...
  • A Freaky Microsoft Dynamics CRM Blog

    HELP! I have lost my email....

    I have been getting lately the same questions from partners and customers about loosing email when people start using the Microsoft CRM Client for Outlook. In the Microsoft CRM client for Outlook you cannot use a drag-and-drop operation to move or copy...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    SQL Server 2005 AND .Net 2.0 Hosting...

    I've just been chatting (via email) with Tim from and he tells me that they'll have SQL Server 2005 hosting options available in a couple of weeks. Hooray! Jelly web has been my hosting provider for almost two years. Now I'll be able to...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Thoughts on Mashup Camp Day 2

    I was able to catch an earlier flight home last night (which was itself delayed, but still got me home an hour and a half earlier than expected). Combined with the work that piled up while I was gone and I haven't gotten around to the rest of my thoughts...
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    My favorite February CTP features

    It's out, and there's been a lot of great work since the last major CTP. Layered Windows is probably the big-name feature for this release, at least out of my team (see for details). But...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    Another Max blogger

    Another Max teammate, Jeff Simon is blogging! He's started off with a series on adding drag/drop support to the animated tile panel sample I posted a couple of months ago. Great stuff!
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