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  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    .NET Rocks NYC!

    .NET Rocks NYC! Friday, October 14, 2005 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Register Microsoft Corporation 1290 Avenue of the Americas 6th Floor New York , New York 10104 United States Register That's right, America ! Carl Franklin, Richard Campbell...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Hampton Roads SQL Server User Group August Meeting

    The next HRSSUG meeting will be Thursday, August 18th, 6:30 pm at ESI, Virginia Beach. The speaker will be Kyle Neide, presenting on how his development team is utilizing development tools from Infragistics.
  • Solutions Monkey

    Axapta Enterprise Portal Roles

    Enterprise Portal in Ax 3.0 is Role based. Below are the list out-of-the-box roles that comes with EP Consultant Sales Rep Employee Emp Manager Questionnaire Admin Questionnaire Participant Customer Vendor Business Relation...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Rob Caron Attempts to Define Community

    I have a lot of respect for everything that Rob and the Team System crew has accomplished top to bottom in the "Community Space". In his most recent blog post Rob attempts to define what he considers the community space, the impact its had on our releases...
  • Lewis Bruck's musings on SQL Server and .NET

    Welcome to my blog

    I am an SDET (aka tester) in the SQL Server Storage Engine group. I want to use the blog to share what I find interesting, useful, or exciting about SQL2005, .NET, C#, or databases in general.
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Why a large picture works, but a small one fails?

    In my last post Enable crop and zooming in on your digital photograph display form there is code that seemed to work just fine for me, but failed for others. I subsequently fixd the code in that post to call ValidateRect , which works around the problem...
  • Live Search

    How's my stock doing?

    When you get asked the same question a half million times a day, you better have a good answer! I’m happy to announce that MSN Search has partnered with the MSN Money team to add a stock quote instant answer for stock related searches. You may ask, what...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Things I learned while watching Scapina at SCT last night

    One-note-song time again (Larry harping on Seattle Children's Theater). Last night, Valorie and I went to see the opening night of "As You Like It" by Shakespeare (adopted by Don Flemming), and "Scapina" by Moliere (adopted by Todd Jefferson Moore...
  • Tripp Parks's WebLog

    Go go Honeymonkies!

    This is an interesting story of how Microsoft is trying to find issues in windows, using a combination of Virtual PC and some new system fingerprinting tools( STRIDER ). You have to love the name as well " Strider Honeymonkey Exploit Detection System...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    A meating of minds

    Nathan Weinber points to a nasty collision between two Mets fielders . (video 56K | 350K )
  • A CRM Riff

    Comparing Automation Add-ins to Visual Studio Packages

    From: An Interested VS SDK User (with our comments in brown) Hello Ed, I would like to suggest that it's a pity (of course, it's my personal opinion) that the strategy to separate add-ins and packages still continues in Whidbey. This strategy undoubtedly...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Nesting C#'s yield

    C#'s yield keyword is sure neat, but I notice it only lets you yield a single item. It does not let you yield another enumerator and then flatten for you. You can manually do this by having the for-each yourself. foreach(int i in GetValues()) { yield...
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