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  • Michael Rys

    Commenting some XQuery discussions on XML-DEV

    I finally found time to catch up on some XML-DEV XQuery discussions and post some explanations and statements .
  • Michael Rys

    Some Tsunami/Quake Disaster Relief.

    I have a list of resources (some suggestions for donations and some online resources) to help in the Tsunami/Quake Disaster Relief. If you have not already done so, please help by donating money or time and get your employer to match it.
  • Antimail

    The funny thing about time traveling ...

    ... is that it will invalidate all patents as "prior art". But what you just need in this case is not pure time travel, but only the ability to send information back in time. Which brings the interesting question - assuming that there is a physical way...
  • Cool Client Stuff

    Worldwide response to Tsunami

    The Tsunami disaster in Asia has been a sad and tragic event, but I think one bright spot amidst it all has been the amazing worldwide response to it. I don't recall the peoples of the world coming together this way ever before. Maybe the Internet has...
  • Heath Stewart's blog

    Featured blog:

    My buddy and former employee (intern) of mine, Nick Parker, has his blog featured on the Visual C# Development Center: Blogs page, along side the C# team's own blog; our wonderful Microsoft Developer Network blogs you're reading...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Interesting Google post

    Check out the comments from Dare on Google's and OSS - good read.
  • Buck Hodges

    December CTP is available!

    Since my last post ages ago was about a CTP release, I'll start back up again with a post to point to the December CTP . This one is definitely an improvement over the last one, though it is clear we still have a ways to go. You may want to check out...
  • Ozzie Rules Blogging

    Cairns User Group Meeting Feb 9th

    For anybody in the Northern Queensland region Feb 9th we are having a Cairns User Group meeting. *************** The first meeting of the Cairns Software Developers Forum will be held at the Cairns Cruising Yacht Squadron and Wednesday the 9th of February...
  • Antimail

    How you can uniquely identify a LUN in a Storage Area Network

    A SAN is a complex animal From the first minute you try to understand it, you might be overwhelmed by the cascade of new things: fibre switches, multi-path software, redundant controllers, disk enclosures etc. But the idea is pretty simple. In a few words...
  • Santomania

    Are the Sharepoint Web Services too complex? Looking for something better?

    I'm looking for a few people to help beta-test an alternative to Sharepoint's web services. The solution allows a simple "object modelish" approach to working with WSS, as shown by the following sample code snippets: It also solves some of the WSS web service pain-points, such as download/upload, checkin/checkout, etc. Drop me a mail if you are interested. ...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    BizTalk Virtual Labs - give BizTalk a Whirl Virtually

    Don't want to setup BizTalk to try it? Check this out: There are 14 labs to play with: Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 - Creating Schemas • Microsoft BizTalk Server 2004 - Creating a Schema Map • Microsoft...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Paul Thurrott on GIANT AntiSpyware

    As you've probably already heard, Microsoft acquired GIANT Company Software, Inc. so that it can "provide Microsoft® Windows® customers with new tools to help protect them from the threat of spyware and other deceptive software" (from the press release...
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