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  • East Region Microsoft CRM Blog

    Start thinking about events!!!

    So in the past couple of weeks, I have been to several events with local partners. IF YOU AREN'T DOING EVENTS, YOU SHOULD START NOW!!!! We will start in order they happened from oldest to most recent... Intelligix had an AWESOME event at the opening...
  • edhild's WebLog

    Generate a PowerPoint Presentation based on Site Data

    Wow. Two posts in the same day. Hopefully that makes up for the long delay! If you couldn't tell I was heads down in a proof-of-concept, but I'm at least posting all the goodies :) So this next piece isn't something I highly recommend. But it is great...
  • James Newkirk's Blog

    NUnit Converter V1.0 RC1

    The first Release Candidate of the NUnit Converter has been uploaded to the GotDotNet workspace. It supports the following: NUnit 2.1 and 2.2 Visual Studio 2005 Team System - Released Version Developer Suite Team Suite Guidance Automation...
  • edhild's WebLog

    Display InfoPath form data in the XML web part

    I recently was working on a proof-of-concept where we wanted a team site to display on the default.aspx page some of the data that existed in an InfoPath form. This data needed to be seen by everyone without requiring them to open up the form file. We...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    MIX 06

    Gerardo Dada points out a new Microsoft event taking place in Las Vegas, MIX 06 : "Microsoft is organizing a new event called MIX 06 in Las Vegas on March 20-22nd, 2006. A lot of things are going on the web including new business models, new technologies...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Structured Blogging podcast Part 2

    Joshua has posted the second part of the Structured Blogging podcast with Marc Canter and Joe Reger. Tags: structured blogging , microformats , semantic web , Blogging , Web2.0 , RSS
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Examining Master Pages

    Over the years Web developers have struggled with a variety of techniques to try and create template based sites. Unfortunately, none of these have been generic and easy to maintain. The introduction of Master pages is designed to solve this problem....
  • Andy Pennell's Blog

    A Better Way to Search MSDN

    I have previously ranted about the Search capabilities of MSDN, so I decided to try and do something about it. I have created a Smart Search for MSDN page, which modifies a search engine query to greatly improve the hit rate. Well, at least it works for...
  • Dave Glover "Down Under (Oz)"

    Special Holiday Episode III: Connecting People, Programs and Devices Using WinFX

    Tim Wragg sent this message/link through to DavidLem and I - watching now and Tim's right it is fun!! Thanks Tim!! "This video is a beauty, they’ve built an end to end WinFX solution that’s playing Don’s piano. Gets pretty painful when they start...
  • John's Blog

    Happy Holidays!

    This is my last blog post for 2005, as I'm off to visit family in Europe. Of course I'll have a laptop with me, in fact a Tablet PC, but it will be used for developing (on the plane) and for my daughter to draw me some great pictures. She loves the Artrage...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    The Gateses and Bono: Time Magazine's 'Persons of 2005'

    Time Magazine has been naming its person of the year since 1927. This year, they've named the Gateses and Bono the 'Persons of 2005 .' The aim is to pick "the person or persons who most affected the news and our lives, for good or for ill, and embodied...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Sir Tim Berners-Lee is now blogging

    Sir Tim Berners-Lee is now blogging . Via Justin Thorp .
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