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  • Nikhil's Blog

    .NET developers in great demand

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    From the time .NET Framework v1.0 was released in 2002, it has surely become very popular. I have been persoanally developing on it from the first version and there is no doubt that it provides a great development experience. One of the things which clearly...
  • Ali Pasha's WebLog...

    What's all this about a Service Repository?

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    Last week, I heard the word "Service Repository" twice in two seperate and distinct conversations. This, I see, is a response to an increasing need for architects in an organizations to manage their service portfolio. What I have learnt is that the...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Security Interchange

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    Further to my earlier post , here's the info on the Security Interchange. You've seen it on Chuck's Blog , Dave's Blog , Michael's Blog and Rocky's Blog , now it's on mine (unlike the best blond joke ever , which I wont be linking to) ...
  • James Manning's blog

    if i delete files locally, why doesn't "Get" download them again for me?

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    This has come up in the forums a good bit, and I'm sure it's covered in other blog posts as well, but given the times it comes up, having another blog post for potential search engine matching seems like a decent idea (and, well, Adam told me to). ...
  • Jerome Carron's Weblog

    It seemed like a good idea…

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    What a week! I had a lot of customer  activities/engagements this past week. I had to travel out east and present on a series of topics (and carry my shuttle with me) the first part of the week. I had the financial services architect forum back in Toronto...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Geek Speak: How to Create a Testable SQL Trace Listener

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    In some situation, logging to the file system or to the event log, may not be sufficient to handle your error handling needs. For us at Microsoft, that is the case. Our production applications are “hands-off”, we don’t have physical access to the machines...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Security Seminar/Interchange/Eforums

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    I've been asked by different folks what exactly are we doing for the upcoming Security event in February/March . This year, we're approaching the format a little differently from previously and we are doing a number of things: One Day Paid...
  • Nikhil's Blog

    VSTA is out!!

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    So Visual Studio Tools for Applications is out! I am excited about the product and Im sure it will be useful for the large enterprises and ISVs who want to provide extensibility mechanisms into their applications. While VBA has been the cornerstone...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Looking at Themes and Skins

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    In this screencast available here we take a look at one of the new features of ASP 2.0 called Themes and Skins. A theme is a collection of property settings that allow a Web page to define a common look and for pages and controls. Themes are made up of...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    The good guys lose

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    William, our four year son, summed up the dire result . "The good guys lose. The enemy wins." Congrats to the Steelers.
  • David L's Blog

    Comments are back!

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    So after my post issuing a fatwa against comment spammers, I received a couple of emails from the guys at Telligent , the makers of Community Server ( http://blogs.msdn.com runs on CS). As it turns out, at the height of my comment spam frustration...
  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    Team Foundation Server MSSCCI Provider with VFP

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    When the MSSCCI Provider for Team Foundation Server was announced, I was very excited. VFP (like the VS6 IDE, VS2002 and VS2003 as well as many other IDEs such as SQL Enterprise Manager) has the ability to utilise a MSSCCI compliant Source Control provider...
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