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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    IE and Standards

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    Recently I have had a number of folks beating me up regarding IE and the support for standards. I guess the release of Firefox added fuel to this debate. Today, while catching up my posts, I saw a good posting by the IE team regarding this very...
  • Adventures In SoftwareLand

    Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes...time to rearrange...my life!

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    Ok, this is SoftwareLand launch control...the code has been loaded and has passed all required security checks...3..2..1..Ship!!!! ...that's how my very first podcast ( www.softwareland.org ) started back on October 1, 2004. Little did I know then that...
  • Eric Jarvi

    shared source

    Here's a blog that should be interesting to watch on shared source at Microsoft: http://blogs.msdn.com/jasonmatusow/archive/2005/03/09/391124.aspx My personal opinion on shared source and community projects - I think there's huge potential. It's tricky...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Update on DSL Toolkit and VC++

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    Yesterday, I mentioned that you need VC++ installed to use the DSL Toolkit . Apparently, it's needed for building a DLL related to VS integration. However, Gareth let me know that they should be able to do that with managed code in a future build which...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition in a Workgroup

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    Introduction A workgroup is a simple grouping of computers that does not offer the centralized user accounts and authentication offered by domains. You may want to install your ISA Server 204 firewall servers in a workgroup because the workgroup is separated...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    MSN Prototypes Web-based RSS Reader and Other Interesting Stuff

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    A bunch of folks at work have been prototyping a server-side RSS reader at http://www.start.com/1/ . This isn't a final product but instead is intended to show people some of the ideas we at MSN are exploring around providing a rich experience around...
  • .NET Security Blog

    BCL Blog Day

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    Next Tuesday (March 15th), the BCL team is having a blog day where they're planning on devoting the entire day to creating blog entries and samples exploring the BCL. They're soliciting feedback as to what kind of samples you like to see , so if you're...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Don't Deny SkipVerification

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    SkipVerification permission, which allows the JIT to compile any code even if it cannot prove the safety of that code, is a bit of a special permission. For instance, it's the only permission which causes an exception other than SecurityException when...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    VB6 Debate- DonXml Weighs In

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    I have a lot of respect for Don and for his comments on the VB6 debates . I think his stance is a bit tough, but you can't argue that there has been plenty of time to prepare for this transition. I hope that we can find a good way to satisfy some of the...
  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    SharePoint/CMS Demos

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    As of right now any Microsoft Certified Partner can request a license of Migration Manager from Metalogix for use in Sharepoint/CMS demos and proof of concept building. Use Migration Manager to demonstrate to customers the power of SharePoint Products...
  • Brad McCabe's WebLog

    VB 6.0 Support

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    There has been much discussion about the pending end of Mainstream support for Visual Basic 6.0. About 2 1/2 years ago Microsoft announced the support details for VB 6.0. On March 31st of this year Mainstream support ends. There seems to be a bit of confusion...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    TechEd BOF Sessions

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    Cast your vote here for the BOF sessions you're interested in. Keith Brown's proposed sessions looks like a good one to me, as do many others.
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