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  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Office Upgrade Best Practices: Office 2000 to Office 2003

    There is a ton of useful information flitting about on various email threads at Microsoft every day. This one comes from Marc Janssens , a technical account manager for customers in Belgium/Netherlands. I used to live in Brussels (1985–1987) when I was...
  • TabBlogger

    December05 Vista CTP details

    Some notes for those of you who are going to be installing the December05 Windows Vista CTP. -Log bugs at the Microsoft Beta website; We have a team in place who will be reviewing bugs as they come in. (I am on this team) -Additional support is...
  • Microsoft InfoPath 2010

    Tudor's overview of InfoPath browser-based forms

    This is my first blog on InfoPath 12 so please allow me to introduce myself. I’ve started in Microsoft as a developer on FoxPro. If anyone still remembers the database container and the client connectivity, those are features I contributed to many years...
  • Bit-cycling

    Outlook 12 Instant Search

    Michael Affronti is blogging about lots of interesting things. He's the Program Manager for, among other things, RSS Aggregation in Outlook 12. His early posts include a good one on " Instant Search ." I'm dogfooding Office 12 and that feature is used...
  • Sipping From The Fire Hydrant

    Announcing the Inland Empire .Net User Group Community Launch

    For the past several weeks I have been working with James Johnson, president of the Inland Empire .Net Users Group, to assist them in establishing a new meeting location, and to help them in re-designing their user group plan. To date, the re-development...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Inspect your memory image and see fragmentation

    The VirtualQueryEx function can help to inspect the memory of a particular process. It returns information about the various memory pages allocated to a process. If a block is marked as MEM_IMAGE, it’s a loaded module, like an EXE or DLL, so you can use...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Heard over the weekend...

    We were chatting with friends about the interview with Tahrmina Martely on APM's Weekend America about her first experiences in the US (listen to it here (sorry, Real Media only :()) Tahrmina tells the story about when she first came to the US as a...
  • NETNew WebLog

    New Case Study - XBOX 360 Supply Chain

    Great new case study on how Microsoft launched the XBOX 360 by building a highly-outsourced, highly collaborative supply chain using technologies such as BizTalk Server and LiveMeeting to keep lean and reduce costs.
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Eastsiders are people, too

    Wow, Jenna’s ode to Seattle livin’ sure stirred up the Eastside pride . It’s good to see all of you Eastsiders out there representing ! I think if I can make one definitive statement it is that everyone’s experiences, needs, and preferences vary, and...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    All Hands Meeting - a lot of energy

    Last Friday we had the WWESS all hands meeting for Hardeep Walia's org. It was a day long affair - going into it I was surprised that it would be a day long event since previous experience was of 3-4 hours (in other groups of course). I must admit...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Checkin mail for today

    From a checkin I made today: Though one might perhaps at this time expect With the holidays looming and the halls bedecked A check-in mail that is somewhat relevent Glad tidings to wish, or at least thoughts benevolent But I fear that all...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    My First Karate Practice as a Black Belt

    Found out over the weekend that we had passed.  Everyone going for shodan (1st degree black belt) had passed.  Sweet. Technically, I’m not a black belt until the ceremony in mid-Jan when we have our belts and certificates handed to us. ...
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