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  • SharePoint Apps: Alexander Malek's weblog

    ok go

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    Let’s get this thing rolling. My name is Alex Malek; I’m a Program Manager on the FrontPage team. I already know what your first question is - no, FrontPage doesn’t mess up your code anymore ;>. But seriously, I hope to use this blog to talk about...
  • Shy Cohen's WebLog

    Windows Transaction Foundation? I think not :-)

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    Let's see: Windows Communication Foundation = WCF Windows Presentation Foundation = FPF Windows Workflow Foundation = WWF Windows Transaction Foundation = WTF... hmm... I don't think they'll let this one through :-)
  • AprilR's Blog

    Anonymous Comments Enabled

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    I have heard a few folks say through the Contact feature that they can't see how to provide comments to my posts. I have re-enabled anonymous comments, a feature that must have been turned off in one of the blog migrations done behind the scenes. Please...
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    Spell checking in Windows Presentation Foundation

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    One of the features that impressed PDC attendees was the built-in spell checker in Windows Presentation Foundation. Activating it is just as simple as setting the IsSpellCheckEnabled property to true on a TextBox or RichTextBox control. <DockPanel...
  • One Louder

    Wow! Microsoft is 26,000 pounds lighter!

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    Here's an article on the weight-management benefits we offer here . Our offering is a little different than what most other companies offer because it's designed for people that have a BMI of over 30 and/or medical conditions related to being overweight...
  • MHender Rambles On

    Hosting Windows Forms Controls in a WPF App

    (Tunes I'm listening to while I blog: Soul Coughing- "Ruby Vroom") Okay so we've been talking about the inter-op stuff a little bit, now it's time to get down to business and actually use it. In this posting I will cover the details necessary to host...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Microsoft re-Org - Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division

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    The recent announcement by Steve Ballmer has caused me to get lots of email with customers asking whether the re-org impacts our strategy? For those who haven't seen it yet Steve announced that our device division will be the new Microsoft Entertainment...
  • John Gallardo's Weblog

    XQuery Contains vs Fulltext Contains

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    The XQuery/XPath 2.0 functions and operators specification defines a function called “contains.” It performs a substring match on the two input strings and returns true if the value of the 2nd string is contained in the value of the 1st string. An example...
  • Server Scalability and Availability

    Welcome

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    Hi and welcome! I'm the scalability and availability test lead for the Microsoft IPTV product. As we ramp up the # of users my job is to make sure we can scale and that that our service is available. I'll be writing about general scalability and availability...
  • Mario Hadiwinata's Blogs

    Tips & Trick Category

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    Just finish the Exclusive Technology Flash event in East Java today, the sessions is loaded from applying GPO - SMS - MOM. Anyway, it's the same sessions that I've delivered a couple week ago in Jakarta when Microsoft Indonesia introduced Windows Server...
  • Typed XML in SQL Server 2005

    Branching

    When I started this blog 3 months ago my sole intent was to share knowledge pertaining to the XML data type in SQL Server 2005. I didn’t think I’d write about anything else. I didn’t even think there was anything else I wanted to write about. Well, it...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    PDC Trip Report

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    Highlights Customers absolutely love Whidbey and PDC.  Customer quote from the PDC Underground Party, "Visual Studio 2005 is just an excellent product.  Everyone on your team should be really proud.  My overall favorite new feature...
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