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  • stuart kent's blog

    Belated announcement of February CTP of DSL Tools

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    I've been so immersed in getting V1 DSL Tools out the door, that I see I haven't posted a blog entry yet this year. I'm also very late in telling you about the new release of DSL Tools. The main purpose of this release was to integrate DSL Tools into...
  • Cool Client Stuff

    Channel 9 videos are great fun!

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    Wow, first post in a long time, and the first in 2006! Since switching teams back in November, I have been settling down into my new team and was then on vacation for a while, so didn't get a chance to post. Well, we have a bunch of cool stuff coming...
  • Microsoft RSS Blog

    The little rss icon - what makes it glow?

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    About once or twice a day, we get an email from someone asking why it is that IE 7 isn't detecting an RSS feed on a particular page that clearly has a feed associated with it. Usually, this means that there's an RSS or XML button somewhere on the page...
  • David Wang

    Can I write an ISAPI Filter using Managed Code?

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    Question: Hi, Is it possible to write an ISAPI filter equivalent (IHttpModule imlementation?) using managed code? I want my filter to get invoked for non .NET applications a well. thanks Answer: Unfortunately, you cannot [yet] write an...
  • GroupBoard Blog

    「案件」リストに隠された秘密

    こんにちは、GroupBoard 開発チームです。 先週、このBlogでメールアドレスを掲載させていただきましたが、おかげさまで直接みなさまからメールをいただく機会が多くなりました。本当にありがたいのは、メールを送っていただいた方みなさまが GroupBoard について真剣に取り組まれていること、そして、ご自身の会社や組織のためになんとか情報の流れをよくしようとがんばっておられる、その真摯な姿勢に私どもも大きな感銘を受けました。また、このようなつたない文章でも少しでもお役に立てていることを実感できまして本当にやる気を奮い立たせることができました...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Web 2.0 - fluff?

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    Fellow Web 2.0 Workgroup member Dion Hinchcliffe and two Microsoft architects Harry Pierson and Michael Platt have blogged about SPARK, a plannned series of high-level forums hosted by Microsoft on the topics of SOA, Software as a Service, Web 2.0, and...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Virtual Server Security Script

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    Here is a handy script I created recently to add a user to the Virtual Server users automatically: Dim ace set objVs = wscript.CreateObject("VirtualServer.Application") Set objSecurity = WScript.CreateObject("VirtualServer.VMSecurity") set objSecurity...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    More on the Windows RSS Platform

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    Last week, the Microsoft RSS team published Windows RSS Platform API documentation - note: is draft - (known as the Microsoft Feed APIs)...you can find this at MSDN . In today's post , program manager Walter VonKoch outlines how the Common Feed List...
  • Satisfy Me

    Your questions: So, what is it you do in customer satisfaction?

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    I received a mail asking me what I do for Microsoft in my "work with our product groups on their efforts to improve satisfaction with our customers and partners." I work in the Engineering Excellence group at Microsoft, the group that provides training...
  • Matt Dotson's Blog

    WinCast: A podcast receiver built-on the Windows RSS Foundation.

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    I saw the Windows RSS API was published the other day and so I just had to create something with it. What better than a podcast receiver!! ...
  • The All TECHNICAL Blog

    Check if Auto Update is enabled on a server using Desired Configured Monitoring Solution

    This post helps you figure out how to check if Auto Update is enabled on a server! Well, Auto Update can be found in the registry at the location: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\windows\WindowsUpdate\AU . The Registry Value is NoAutoUpdate . The desired...
  • Noah Coad

    SSW Rules to Better Unit Tests

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    Adam Cogan of SSW Australia contacted a colleague of my mine, Jeff Beehler , with a request to review some Unit Test guidelines his company published. I took a look and they appear to be good ideas, well documented, and is presented cleanly an concisely...
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