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  • Office Development is more than VBA

    Adé, Konica-Minolta

    Vor etwa 1 1/2 Jahren habe ich mich entschieden, meine geliebte Minolta-Fotoausrüstung (besonders meine Dynax 7 ... heul...) zu ver.eBay.ern. Ich konvertierte nach Digital und dazu noch zur Konkurrenz. Canon. Zugegeben, die 20 D ist nicht übel, aber die...
  • Shy Cohen's WebLog

    Feb CTP is UP!

    The WinFX Runtime Components February CTP has been published. For February, Vista will also be releasing a CTP which is sync’d with WinFX Runtime Components. The build of Vista (5308.17) will be available only to MSDN Subscribers, while WinFX RC, the...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Microsoft Interviews in Turkey

    You may have noticed recent blog comments by JobsBlog's new international recruiting correspondent, Priya. Priya is a recruiter with Microsoft's Redmond based international recruiting team. Her team hires people from outside North America to join Microsoft...
  • michal.Log

    TFS MSSCCI Provider installation problems

    Some users were deterred from using the provider by unpleasant message "TFMscciSvr.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience." In all cases it was fault of strong name validation error (our binaries are not strongly...
  • : Gregory (Gus) Class's Media Technology Blog

    Xbox Live: The System Works

    So I've had my Xbox 360 for a little over two months now and I've come to a few conclusions regarding Microsoft's newest gaming console and the new Xbox Live service. The first is that the live arcade service is fantastic. I have played Geometry wars...
  • Paul Maher's Blog

    Microsoft Application Security News Flash

    I wanted to do a quick update on the refresh of the Microsoft Application Security Website: and the Developer Highway code that I have previously blogged about. So the refresh has taken longer...
  • Tim Sneath

    WPF Major Breaking Changes in Feb 2006 CTP

    This is intended as a quick guide to the major breaking changes that will affect Windows Presentation Foundation applications, rather than providing an exhaustive list: Schemas have changed for WPF and XAML. Instead of:
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    IrishDev / Irish Internet Association Web 2.0 Event (Last Night)

    I really enjoyed last night's Web 2.0 discussion in Dublin, co-hosted by and the Irish Internet Association usergroups! My compliments to everyone involved, including speakers Fergal Breen , Paul Browne , John Brennan and Fergal O'Byrne ...
  • Tim Sneath

    WinFX Runtime Components (February CTP) Now Live

    We've just published the February CTP of the WinFX Runtime Components. This is a big step forward for Windows Presentation Foundation in particular, with several months of development work being exposed for the first time. (Those of you with eagle eyes...
  • Paul Maher's Blog

    “Would you like us to give you an Xbox 360?”

    Re: The post below - Are you a developer with a security story? For every developer story we publish, we will give the person who submits the story an XBOX 360 (hard disk version), with an extra controller, wireless bridge, a 12 month subscription...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    Encryption and Filters between WM2003 and WM5

    Posted by: Sue Loh It seems that a common need people have is to encrypt all the data on a device, or as much as they can. I've seen some confusion over whether it's possible at all, how to do it, and what's different between WM2003 and WM5. Really...
  • Rob Caron

    Team Foundation Server and the Future

    As Team Foundation Server packs its bags and prepares to head out the door, we’re turning up the heat on product planning for the next release of Team System. This is that magical time that reminds me of what Walt Disney called imagineering . Everything...
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