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  • Roberdan

    Webcast sullo sviluppo in/con SharePoint (tenuti dal mitico Santini)

    Sharepoint:Template In questo webcast verranno analizzate e discusse le template di Sharepoint da vari punti di vista. Dopo una analisi delle custom template verranno analizzate e discusse le template per la definizione di siti e mostrati alcuni esempi...
  • deeptanshuv's WebLog

    App Week followup

    Scott & I finished our "Inline Version Control" add-in for the app week, and I think for a week's work we did a fairly good job. I was rather surprised and impressed with the apps other teams came up with, and we are going to know the best app in...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    The Coolest Commercial Curently Airing

    The Coolest Commercial Currently Airing award goes to... Visa Checkcard. A lady stands in a parking lot. She looks into her purse, then turns upward frantically, "Help me!!! Will somebody please help me?!?" The next image is a huge dude with long blonde...
  • notes and rants

    Quick survey on curly brace positioning

    I absolutely don't want to get into a debate over whether it is better to put curly braces on their own line or not, but I do have a question on indentation I'd like to throw at the masses (ok - all 7 of you). Generally, the curly brace debate boils down...
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    YOUR INPUT PLEASE: Digital Black Belt - Developing an Intentionally Secure Lifecycle.

    So… My next Digital Black Belt topic is developing an Intentionally Secure Software Development Lifecycle. I’m struggling! Almost all the time as a Developer Evangelist at Microsoft, the core content for the sessions that we present “comes in a can”....
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Thoughts on speech API topics

    I've been chatting with quite a few people on the team this week about what categories of posts would be interesting and relevant (and inserting "that's a great idea, you should blog it" into each conversation :-). I'm thinking these three broad categories...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    R.I.P Microsoft? Baloney.

    Mary Jo Foley pointed out an article that I thought was a little odd to say the least. "It seems to have become trendy to sound the death knell for Microsoft these days. I guess I'm not quite as much of a purveyor of doom and gloom when it comes to the...
  • Aali's blog

    MoDELS / UML 2005 Conference

    It seems that our March event 's keynote speaker, Juha-Pekka Tolvanen, is also keynote speaker in MoDELS / UML 2005 Conference that is held in an exotic destination (at least from a Finnish perspective): Jamaica ! There are also some familiar Microsoft...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    More Service Broker Goodness

    Another great resource for the Service Broker: It was through this blog that I found the SQL Server Service Broker Developers Spot . Speaking of the Forums, there are a couple great samples in the forums for anyone starting...
  • Beat Schwegler's 2 Cents

    What would be your favorite session at TechEd Europe 2005?

    I’m really excited to assist Arvindra with this year’s TechEd Europe 2005 content planning for the Architecture and the Connected Systems track! Please let us know if you have topics you would like to see in one of these tracks or if you have an idea...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005

    I'm working with the Visual Studio product team and the SQL Server product teams to get some really informative webcasts in place for the month of April. Matt Nunn, Jonathan Wells, and a host of others are linng up some reallly cool content for the month...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    My Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: ISTJ

    I am an ISTJ. Specifically, this means that I: Have a moderate to clear preference for pulling energy from within, as opposed to those around me. (I = Introversion) I have a very slight preference to using my 5 senses, and not relying on a gut feel. ...
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