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  • André Henriksson

    MSDN Update - WinForms 2.0 och ClickOnce

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    Den 8:e februari kör vi nästa MSDN Update och denna gång så kommer vi att prata om och demonstrera nyheterna i WinForms 2.0 som kom med den senaste versionen av .NET Framework. Ämnena som tas upp är bland annat: Nya kontroller Dataåtkomst ClickOnce...
  • East Region Microsoft CRM Blog

    Licensing Questions

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    I seem to get about a dozen emails about licensing... Most of them are answered in what Microsoft calls the Product Use Rights guide. It walks you through what you can and can't do with Microsoft licenses. So PLEASE read this BEFORE you email me your...
  • marklon

    Shooting yourself in the foot with threads

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    Hello gentle readers I only had one request for different content and that was for more SOS debugging tips. This is a very easy request for me to fill because I can refer you to my esteemed colleagues Tess and Doug at http://blogs.msdn.com/tess/default...
  • Ozzie Rules Blogging

    Adelaide SQL and VS Launch 2005 Webcast snippets

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    Heres snapshots of the Adelaide SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 community launch, the keynote, and a few of the sessions. Frank's there , so's Jeff and Dave Glover is featured twice! Spot David Lemphers in there too talking about DLINQ to everyone...
  • Roberdan

    SharePoint Team Blog

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    pls add to your favorite feed this blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/ and note that authors are Jeff Teper and Kurt DelBene: they're top exec of all sharepoint stuff in corp....so, read carefully and stay tuned on their blog ;-)
  • Roberdan

    SharePoint: Utility Suite 2.1 (thx to Romeo)

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    SPUserUtil New and Improved Features - Read More on Keith Richie web log New in 2.3 -portalmigrateonly option allows the Portal specific migration functionality to be run, without running the Windows SharePoint Services piece...
  • David Wang

    IIS Diagnostics Toolkit January 2006 Released

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    After a six month delay (for the gory details, see this entry and this entry ), we finally released the updated version of the IIS Diagnostics Toolkit January 2006 on Friday the 13th on January 2006. Superstitions aside, it can be found here: http...
  • I know the answer (it's 42)

    .NET API's are not always honest

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    First a quiz, assuming that all required priviledges are there what is the output of the following code. All the important bits are marked in bold class Program { static void Main( string [] args) { string dirName = @"c:\a." ; try { System.IO. Directory...
  • Ian Moulster's blog

    Web 2.0 site roundup and Mix06

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    As "web 2.0" is grabbing so much of the news these days it's worth taking a look at this roundup of sites that claim to be in the next generation of web apps. It's good to see just how much is happening and it's hard to imagine a future where this kind...
  • Khushboo's blog

    Three things you'd rather change in your build system today..

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    Yes..I am assuming that at least there are three things that you hate about your current build system (I can name a few tens for the build system that we use..one of them being that it is too complicated for a 'touchy' 'feely' Program Manager like me...
  • Cloudy in Seattle

    First Month at Microsoft

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    It's hard to believe that a month has already passed since I joined Microsoft. I still feel like I have a lot of ramping up to do on the job and on Microsoft and I still haven't moved out of my corporate housing into my house. (although I'm dealing with...
  • David Wang

    New Year 2006

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    Ok, I originally had grandiose plans of finishing up many of my queued up blog entries during my vacation over the holidays since I can only take so many days of relaxation before I get anxious to "do" something mentally stimulating. But then, life decided...
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