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  • 16.7ms in the life

    DRM Business Rules in Rollup 2

    To clarify the somewhat vague statement I made about "business rules" for DRM changing in Emerald (Rollup 2), the changes were to include the new COPP (Certified Output Protection Protocol) support in the release and to support the new version of the...
  • 16.7ms in the life

    Anonymous comments enabled

    I guess no matter how many hours I stare at a monitor every day, in some things I'm still a noob. I was *wondering* why no one was commenting on my posts! ^_^
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    R2-D2 Case Mod

    I have to get my 4-year-old son one of these R2-D2 Case Mods . (not me of course - I'm faaar too mature to want one of these).
  • Brian Jones: Office Solutions

    Knowledge is the "key" when talking about XML support in Office

    There has been a lot of speculation over what the XML support in Office really entails. I think knowledge is really the key here, and I ask all of you who are interested to take some time to actually get your feet wet and understand the facts. I've made...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Your One-Stop Shop for Team System Architecture

    Visual Studio's Team System for Architects piece is great stuff. As the first deliverable of Microsoft's Dynamic Systems Initiative, it lets architects visualize and validate their distributed architectures. At its core are 3 types of diagrams: ...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    introducing it

    introducing it . via Business2.0blog
  • Eric Jarvi

    VSTS Tip: Getting labeled sources in team build

    I've lost track of how many times Nagaraju has helped me out with team build, I'm so glad he's got a blog. Here's an entry on how to customize get task to synch to a particular source label:
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Why no Easter Eggs?

    Yesterday's post caused a bit of a furor in the comments thread. A large number of people leaving comments (and others ) didn't understand why the OS division has a "no Easter Eggs" policy. If you think about this, it's not really that surprising....
  • Dr. International INPUT

    Most of you know that besides this blog, I have a website dedicated to the dispersing of international information for developers, IT pros and end users. I would like to ask you the readers what you find positive about the...
  • Rob Caron

    Team Foundation Server Setup Experience Survey

    Thanks to everyone who participated in our Team Foundation Server Setup Experience survey this week, especially those who took the time to provide detailed comments. Since responses have slowed to a trickle, we’ll be closing this survey later today. ...
  • Ryan Farber's WebLog

    High Contrast Mode

    We are working on a simple helper tool for testing accessibility in IE pages. One of the few tests that is pretty hard to automate since it has to be reviewed first, although once reviewed screen shot comparisons of regressions could be useful assuming...
  • Windows Embedded Standard (Standard 7, Standard 2009, XPe...)

    Twice as Nice

    This document was written by one of my testing colleagues, Randy Stagers, who works on XP Embedded updates as part of the Windows Sustained Engineering group. It explains how to run two Windows XP Embedded databases on the same server using SQL Server...
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