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  • Ben Armstrong

    The Settlers II under Virtual PC

    In the grand tradition of computer game sequels - The Settlers II - takes the concepts of The Settlers and polishes them up, extends them, and sells them in a new box. Having said that - I love this game. Given that one of the draw cards of The Settlers...
  • Aaron Marten

    Visual Studio 2005 SDK - February 2006 CTP is now available!

    We just posted the February 2006 CTP of the Visual Studio 2005 SDK to the web. From the description: " The February CTP is the next milestone in the drive towards the April 2006 v2 release. This CTP contains updated VS Integration samples and documentation...
  • Jeff Beehler's Blog

    Team Foundation signs off on Release Candidate

    I’m happy to announce that Friday afternoon, the Team Foundation team signed off on their Release Candidate build. We have put these bits through a full run of our automated tests as well as updated our dogfood server with them. We have also conducted...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Enterprise Resource Kit

    Ran across this and its well worth the download for some great mobile resource links Download the Enterprise Resource Kit today! Do you need to find out how your business will benefit from a mobile solution? Download our Enterprise Resource Kit...
  • Luke Nyswonger

    BizTalk Server 2006 Whitepapers

    If you haven't been to the BizTalk Server Web site recently, you should go! We have posted several new whitepapers on BizTalk Server 2006. Here are some goodies you can find: BizTalk Server 2006 Adapter Enhancements This white paper discusses both...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Flash, the Other White Meat

    When I wrote yesterday about the Browser as VM , I made the point that extensibility is difficult as we have four major browsers and multiple OSes to deal with. What Web 2.0 company is going to be willing to bet on a proprietary extension implemented...
  • Tetsuharu IKADAI's blog

    Team Foundation Server をインストールしたは良いが,,,Vol.02 SQLServer 2005 Reporting Services

    シェアポも無事動いたので,チームコミュニケーションもバッチリ.あとは MSF for Agile(*1)のプロセスガイダンスに従って,どんどん作業項目(Work Item)を追加していくと言う感じですね. このあたりは,また別途ご説明するとして,その前段階のお話. NOTE: MSF(Microsoft Solutions Framework).マイクロソフトの社内や世界中のコンサルタントチーム,グローバルサポートチームのベストプラクティスを掻き集めて,より良い開発を行うためのモデルとして公開している開発プロセスのガイドライン...
  • Satisfy Me

    Of interest: Now that's just strange space junk

    From the "it's just wierd enough to include as a Friday afternoon posting" files, this was sent to me on IM... Spacesuit floats off to become a satellite - Space News - CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - A worn-out spacesuit, stuffed with trash...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    MEDC 2006 registration now open

    The MEDC 2006 site is now live! This year's MEDC will be held from May 8-11 at the Venetian in Las Vegas. We've got a great list of sessions and labs planned along with the usual entertainment and networking opportunities. Sumobot will be back this year...
  • Erika Ehrli - Adventures with Office Products & Technologies

    Visio Connector for Project/EPM/SPS

    You should check this out! Imitiyaz Mubarak (a developer, Microsoft Parter, and friend from India) along with Chris Castillo from the Visio team created and published a component that provides a Visio Add-In and a Project Add-In that integrates Visio 2003, Project Server and MS SharePoint Server. ...
  • CSD Customer Experience Team's Blog

    BTS 2006: Doc Update

    Luke from our documentation team has been nice enough to rev the documentation again and get the latest version out there for early adopters to benefit from. You can download the latest CHM from his blog:
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Injecting Provisioning XML into a cab using VS 2005

    VS 2005 allows you to create your own custom device cab files. It does many of the basic things that you would want in a cab: Add files, set registry values, create shortcuts. For many people this is all they really need in order to get an application...
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