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  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    Mike Drip's entertaining article on "SharePoint"

    • 21 Comments
    This blog entry has been rewritten to focus on the content of the article. I came across Mike Drip's article recently that is published on informat.com. I don't feel the content of the article provides constructive feedback or solutions to SharePoint...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Check it out

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    In case you haven’t seen it - Free Training from Microsoft Find the offer here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/asp.net/learn/asptraining/ Are you looking to learn to create ASP.NET Web applications with Visual Studio.NET? If so now is...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    NOC, NOC... Who's there ? (Slience)...

    • 2 Comments
    Yesterday I mentioned that there had been an outage on RIM's mail service - this doesn't seem to be an isolated incident, interestingly I don't see anything on the RIM web site about the outage, there are of course reports from 3rd party sites, including...
  • Microsoft Senior Sales Excellence Manager - Eric Ligman

    It's Official... Microsoft Small Business Specialist Community is now live!

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    Are you a Partner that focuses on serving the needs of Small Businesses? Ever wish you had a way to distinguish yourself as someone with the skills and focus to serve the Small Business customer segment? Well, your wait is over... Microsoft is proud to...
  • Stan Kitsis

    XML Editor and Code Snippets

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    VS2005 introduced a new and very powerful feature called Code Snippets. A code snippet is an XML file (with a .snippet extension) that contains a chunk of code in which you can configure different parameters, reference assemblies, and use references and import statements. Think of them as templates that you can configure to meet your needs. The XML Editor supports this feature and also adds dynamically generated code snippets based on your XML Schemas....
  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    Congratulations, CharlieG!

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    I’ve been spending the past few days back at the Cisco campus. I was with the Cisco account team here at Microsoft presenting to the Cisco tech community on a variety of IT Pro and Developer related topics. This morning, I heard of Cisco’s upper engineering...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Palm OS is dead?

    • 2 Comments
    I'm a little slow (I'm sick) - so this probably wont be news, but with the annoucements by PalmSource this week many are claiming that Palm as an operating system is dead. Engaget started it by reporting that Cobalt (Palm OS 6.0) was dead and that...
  • Microsoft InfoPath 2010

    TechEd Source Code

    • 2 Comments
    Some people were using digital cameras to capture the source code from our "InfoPath: Developing Forms with Managed Code" sessions, but we want to make it easier than that! So here's the code Ned Friend used in the TechEd Europe version of the presentation...
  • Visual C++ Internals and Practices

    Compiler Switch Changes in Visual C++ 2005

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    One noticeable change in the coming release of the Visual C++ compiler is the changes to compiler switches. If you use the project system, when the IDE upgrades your project files, many of these changes will be taken care of automatically. However...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Crystal Caves under Virtual PC

    • 3 Comments
    Crystal Caves is another platform game developed by Apogee - and it is built using the same game engine as Secret Agent. ########### CRYSTAL CAVES ########### Ultra-smooth, full-screen scrolling EGA animation and graphics, like Commander Keen. You...
  • Jason Zander's blog

    64-bit Show and Lisp Conference Notes

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    Recently Larry Sullivan did a couple of 64-bit sessions. Larry is the development lead for our 64-bit effort, and one of the original CLR developers (trivia: we actually got the very first CLR app working on Larry's machine since he owned the loader at...
  • edjez's WebLog

    p&p Community Process 2.0 is out!

    • 4 Comments
    We have relased the p&p Community Process to 2.0, incorporating feedback we got from customers, partners and field on the 1.0 version. This one includes: - A more realistic relationship between the internal process and externally visible process...
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