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  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Bobs Math

    And now for something completely different... As anyone who reads my blog regularly, I often put forward items that come from the classroom where Valorie works. Well, today's no different. For the season break, I thought I'd share one of their homework...
  • Sushil's WebLog

    Guerrilla SQL Server 2005 class

    I happened to go to one of the class from a mentoring company. It was presented by Bob Beauchemin-Niels Berglund-Dan Sullivan. Boy! they were great! I was just in time for the ADO.Net presentation that Bob made. He talked about top 3 features that he...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Comment Moderation on Until the SPAM Storm Blows Over

    Some of you have noticed (I've been IM'd and e-mailed) that I've turned on comment moderation. I have no intentions of making this permanent, but recently I've been having to delete 50-100 blog comment spam messages each day. This far outweighs the cost...
  • Chris Johnson

    Nice workaround to permissioning lists in SPS Areas.

    If you have ever wondered how you secure a list or doucment Library in an SPS Area ... Bil has a nice post on a work around to this... Applying Permissions to Lists in Areas One of the issues security in an area is that if you have say several document...
  • Michael Rys

    The Microsoft XML Team resurfaces in the blogosphere

    The XML Team has its own blog and Mike Champion is managing it. ( More ... )
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Will Code for Device - Winner

    Will Code for Device – Winner Marc Taylor Description This application is a demonstration of Probability Distribution. The idea came from a Mathsoft newsletter published in the Winter of 1995 that described how to implement it with the Mathcad software...
  • Sebastien St-Laurent's (AKA Sebby) WebLog

    Advice to prospective book author

    Scott Meyers, the author of several technical titles such as "Effective C++" has posted an article in which he describes his experiences about writing books and what new authors should be aware of. I love his insight and wish this would have been out...
  • Chris Johnson

    OneNote shortcut...

    Just found this and it rules! .... Shortcut Windows Key + S to do a selectable screen capture into OneNote. Awesome.
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Interactively experimenting with controls: the Slider

    I have a simple form that can show an individual photograph, or at the push of a button, show an array of thumbnails. It is a simple client front end for my collection of about 18000 digital photos and home movies. The thumbnail view shows about 100 pictures...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Got Speech!

    Got Speech? Developing Applications using Microsoft Speech Server and .NET Wednesday, February 23, 2005 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Microsoft New England District Office Waltham , MA Registration is open! Does your application have something to say? Show me the...
  • The .NET Show

    New Episode: ADFS

    We've just posted a new episode of The .NET Show. This one is on "Active Directory Federation Services" (ADFS, formerly known as "Trustbridge"). This is an authorization system that will allow secure cross-domain authorization and access to data, and...
  • Microsoft XML Team's WebLog

    XQuery support in SQL Server (soon) and .NET (maybe later)

    This is Mike Champion at the controls of the XMLTeam Weblog this morning. I have introduced myself on my own MSDN weblog, if you want to know my background and role on the team. One of the things that people are a bit confused about is the role of XQuery...
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