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  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    A $20 Cookie for Katrina Victims

    Here is how I just paid $20 for a chocolate chip cookie: Sara Ford works here at Microsoft She grew up in Waveland , MS which was hit by hurricane Katrina Her parents house was flooded and the entire community needs help Sara decided to...
  • mszCool's thoughts and cents revealed

    .NET Golf tournament in action

    Wow, the tournament we launched with our cinema event last friday is already full in action. We have a number of .NET golf players who already solved the problems with amazing code-size (663 bytes)... And we had some fun with finding a mistake in either...
  • Clint Covington: Software design, Microsoft Office Access

    Little about me...

    Aloha! I’m heading on vacation to Hawaii today, but I thought I would get this blog started. I can’t tell you how much fun I’m having re-inventing Access. When we started this release two years ago, the team did lots of research about how people used...
  • Yet Another Language Geek

    captivated foreach statements

    I am sure that most people who use C# regularly use the foreach construct. Intimately understanding this construct is not usually required for proper usage. The syntax is straightforward and it would seem that the semantics would also be straightforward;...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    That was the worst natural disaster to hit the US

    A coworker’s family was hit hard by Katrina. She’s collecting donations in our cafeteria today and tomorrow. Don’t be surprised if you see more Foxpro conference bags/backpacks/t-shirts in Mississippi ! Here’s her blog post about it: Save Waveland...
  • graceworld

    Visual Studio 2003 and Team Foundation

    Product Manager, Eric Lee does a great job explaining how we'll be supporting our VS 2003 customers in using Team Foundation:
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Looking for a Windows SharePoint Services User Administration Web Part

    Before I sit down and right one, maybe someone out there can point me to something that's already been done ... I'm running Windows SharePoint Services in a public/private mode ... public landing site with anonymous readership followed by a private...
  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    Angus's World Tour

    Angus Logan is a CMS MVP and has been touring the world for the last 1-2 months. Running into Angus on Redmond campus is no longer a novelty :-). In fact, he ends up introducing me to Microsoft folks on campus. Angus went to PDC, hung out with the...
  • DDITDev

    Disabling an <asp:button> (posted by Aaron)

    I consistently see people looking for easy ways to disable asp:buttons after they're clicked. The most common problem is that a user will click a button 20+ times not knowing that their action has been sent to the server. As you know, this can create...
  • Henry Hahn

    Optimizing WPF ("Avalon") Application Performance

    While we're still tuning the platform, there are tips & tricks that you can use to optimize your WPF application's performance. Where can you find these? Check out the performance whitepaper that Kiran has put together. As we go, we'll update and...
  • Tillit till IT

    Microsofts klientskydd lanserat

    Microsoft Client Protection är samlingsnamnet på vårt skydd mot virus, trojaner, "bot:s" root-kits och spionprogram. Produkten baseras på tre värden: Samordnat skydd som ska ge skydd mot nuvarande, och nya, hot. Lösningen kommer att backas upp med...
  • Rob Caron

    Measuring Velocity with Earned Value: XP in a CMMI Level 3 Environment

    In a previous post [ 1 ], I pointed to posts by David Anderson, Joel Semeniuk, Glen Alleman and Dave McKinstry on the discussion of Agile and CMMI compatability. In the AgileProjectManagement Yahoo! group, Glen pointed to this paper (PDF): Making Agile...
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