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  • PDC2008

    Agenda posted for PDC, and some great news for attendees...

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    Last week we posted the agenda for PDC05 so attendees can plan their travel to ensure they get maximum value out of PDC05. We also announced that - for the first time ever - all registered attendees will receive at no additional charge a comprehensive...
  • stuart kent's blog

    Transformation workshop at MoDELS 05

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    I'm involved in a workshop on model to model transformations at the MoDELS conference this year. The call for papers is at http://sosym.dcs.kcl.ac.uk/events/mtip/ An interesting feature of this workshop is that they're asking all participants to...
  • Reckless

    WSE based Reliable Message

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    Hey everyone, George Copeland just published the reliable messaging implementation built on the WSE 3.0 community technology preview bits . It is not supported; however, should provide a great baseline for folks that need standardized rm. Check it...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Everybody wants to be more creative

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    At the end of a rough day, it's worth a link to point out that nobody says it better than Hugh . Here's the creative hub (in my very humble opinion) of his ever-worthwhile thoughts. Although I'm not likely to be as blessed as other Canadians , tonight...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Podcast file is now updated - and this weeks Podcast interviews.

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    I’m in meetings most of the day today – so, what better time to update my Podcast XML file ! – the updated file includes the recent interviews with Chris Hill talking about Windows Mobile 5.0 and the Messaging and Security Feature Pack – and the interview...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    SF/JavaOne, Day 2, Netbeans Joy

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    For those who don't know me, i used to be a huge Netbeans Nut. I used their tools when they were just in their infancy and was thrilled at their rapid pace of developement. Of course, in the past couple of years the amount of Java coding that i do...
  • Arul Kumaravel's WebLog

    Monad WebCast

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    Jeffrey Snover, our architect, is going to give a web cast on Monad. Please mark your calendars and attend these events. You will get tons of information on Monad TechNet Webcast: Next Generation Command Line Scripting using Monad (Part 1 of 2)...
  • Eric Jarvi

    security kaizen

    Some starting points for sharpening the security saw: Threat Modeling (MSDN) http://Channel9.Msdn.Com/Security (MSDN/Channel9/PAG security wiki)
  • Visual Studio Team Test

    Mercury announces integration strategy for VSTS

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    One of the key things we focused on in this release of our testing tools was to not only provide a good number of test types, but to also create a framework that makes it easy for third-parties to integrate their tools with ours (the rest of the VSTS...
  • mgoldin's blog

    Let me introduce myself

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    Hello, I am Maxim Goldin, and I am a developer in Microsoft Visual Studio Team System 2005. More specifically – I spend all my working hours developing a profiler , which is a part of VSTS. I joined Microsoft in June 2003 after serving Intel Corporation...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Disappointed...

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    For the most part, being involved in blogs has been very positive, but every once in a while, something happens that makes you question the judgement of humanity. It's especially bad when it's somebody you know. I guess at my age, I shouldn't be surprised...
  • David Wang

    HOWTO: Programmatically detect status of a Web Service Extension

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    HOWTO: Programmatically detect status of a Web Service Extension...
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