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  • Florin Lazar - Consistency Checkpoint

    Indigo Transaction Samples

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    Some transaction related sample code using Indigo is shown at http://winfx.msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/indigo_samples/html/1a9842a3-e84d-427c-b6ac-6999cbbc2612.asp Assuming that you already have the latest released WinFX build installed ( http...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    New Windows Sharepoint Services templates

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    via Thom Robbins : Just saw these - A new set of Windows SharePoint Services application templates are tailored to address the needs and requirements for specific business processes or sets of tasks for organizations of any size. The applications...
  • Blog de RicardoJ

    Ya llegó: Escapa de Yesterworld!

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    Escapa del mundo antiguo donde no existía Visual Studio 2005 ni SQL Server 2005 !! Visita nuestro nuevo sitio web "Escape Yesterworld" y aprende viviendo momentos intensos en esta odisea! No dejes que te tengan atrapado, lucha por sobrevivir visitando...
  • Software & Services - Bret Grinslade

    Virtual Earth and Google Maps

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    Here is a fun tool that you can use to see VE and G Maps side by side. You can really feel how web services are going to change everything soon... http://www.flashearth.com/?lat=47.63766&lon=-122.133539&z=19.1&r=0&src=1 This location...
  • craigrow

    Buggy drivers

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    If you are at all involved with developing drivers then just about everything Mark Russionvich writes should be required reading. In his most recent post he describes how a buggy driver can result int process which cannot be terminated, even by loggin...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Does coding annoy your pet?

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    I have a slight confession to make. It appears that during a recent coding and debugging session I think I annoyed our family pet – PJ the Cat. What do you think? Shortly after this she got up and relocated out of my office.
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Through the Looking Glass

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    I'm back, I'm married, we had a fabulous time, and now I'm setting up new machines and figuring out what the heck I'm doing on the C# team. Today, we'll get back into it with some non-tech fun. A regular flat mirror seems like it ought to be perfectly...
  • dougturn's WebLog

    The Charlotte Code Camp was a great success!

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  • The ShiSh List

    Office 2003 Add-in: Outlook Calendar Views

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    With the Calendar Views Add-in, you can easily create and manage filters to display subsets of appointments in Outlook Calendar. Filtered views are based on labels and categories that you apply to appointments. Click here to Download I find this AddIn...
  • Entourage Weblog

    Stay tuned...

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    Preparing to launch a new version of the Entourage weblog.
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Interesting idea...

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    A community member in the midwest has launched a new community site called codekeep.net . It's designed as a home for snippets of code that developers would like to share with the community (as distinct from something like GotDotNet or SourceForge that...
  • One Louder

    Best thing I have heard in a while

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    Via Seth Godin , and if you know my musical taste you understand: "You have to bring some funk to get some. You just can't walk in a place and expect to get some funk. If you ain't bring no funk, then you can't get no funk... Another thing is, you...
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