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  • adamga's WebLog

    Team System for small teams!

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    Well, the community spoke, and we listened, apparently. Team System is going to be awesome, but a lot of individual developers or small developer shops might have found it a bit expensive to justify. So, we're announcing the following: 1) Every copy...
  • Matt Powell

    The Identity Metasystem: Who are you?

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    Who? Who? Who? Who? Today we published two articles Identity on the MSDN Web Services Developer Center. These are very interesting reads since they define the context of Identity systems ( The Laws of Identity ) and then provide the general vision...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Media Pessimism

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    Jim wrote a post entitled Are People Inherently Pessimests? I think the answer is no, most of the people I know I would label as "realists". But it's clear that the view we get is fairly pessimistic. I was initially going to say that it was because...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    TechEd 2005: I'll be There and I'll be There

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    Brian Valentine, VP of Microsoft's Windows Division, made a rip roaringly funny video for the Microsoft Company meeting three or four years ago wherein he dances through the halls of Microsoft with BIG BLUE things (representing heavyweight solutions to...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    MEDC 2005 - Elvis and Top Speaker Scores

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    Hey, check this out, Elvis has joined the MEDC 2005 Podsquad. and, check out the speaker “leader board” at MEDC 2005… Be aware that we’re only interested in providing the BEST content to the delegates at the conference, there’s no bragging...
  • Lev's WebLog

    New parameter properties

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    Two new parameter properties are available in SQL 2005 Reporting Services: .IsMultiValue and .Count
  • Antimail

    How PR works

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    An interesting article about PR here: http://paulgraham.com/submarine.html I especially liked the end of the article when he notes that online writing is more honest. And tastes better than old, corporate PR with its overy cautious language. Is this...
  • Jeff's thoughts on Software Architecture, Large Scale Services and the Technical world at large

    Refactoring with ReSharper

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    I downloaded the evaluation today of the ReSharper 1.5 and I have to tell you as a former Java Developer who used to use Eclipse it's like I came home after a long time away. This tool is really quite nice. It has all the usual refactoring patterns you...
  • Glen's old blog

    Next week: Greenville, SC and Atlanta MSDN Events

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    I've been off the road for a while, helping to prepare the next quarter's content for MSDN Events (which is going to knock your socks off by the way!). I can tell you that it's a deep dive into ASP.NET 2.0 where you'll see cool UI stuff, great data stuff...
  • Shaykatc's WebLog

    Whats in a name?

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    So my name tends to be unusual for most people. Shaykat. Its tough for people to pronounce initially (say Share-cut, then repeat but drop the r). However I've noticed an unusual trend recently. People in email type my name as Skaykat. Why? The keyboard...
  • Feroze Daud's WebLog

    Enabling Tracing for System.Net

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    In whidbey, System.Net has a cool retail tracing implementation. It writes most calls made to public API's to a TraceListener. You can setup your own tracelisteners, or use the config file to setup a default listener. This facility is very useful in...
  • David L's Blog

    Hosted Labs! Now that's what I call service!

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    I have been wanting to brush up on some Office development stuff, and have been sooo busy getting around the VS2005 B2, I haven't had a chance to get a VPC together and download samples, etc. Well, I discovered these online hosted lab thingys, and they...
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