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  • Tim Sneath

    A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Avalon Beta 1 RC

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    Whether you’re new to Avalon with this Beta 1 RC release, or whether you’ve been working on an application since the very first PDC release of Avalon, you’ll hopefully find the following article a useful guide to the major feature areas and changes of...
  • Tim Sneath

    Avalon and Indigo Beta 1 RC Released to Web

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    Avalon is getting closer with every day, and Monday was an important milestone for us, with the release of the Avalon & Indigo Beta 1 RC. OK, so "Beta 1 RC" is something of an anachronism, but think of this as a CTP quality release that is feature...
  • simon.says

    Microsoft at JavaOne

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    As you may have read from TheServerSide's post or through other articles, Microsoft will be attending JavaOne this year in San Francisco. We've been working with Sun over the past few months to put together an Interoperability track on the Tuesday of...
  • Speakers are Speaking in Code . . .

    Honeynet Project Paper on Phishing Techniques

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    Another interesting paper from the Honeynet Project . This one relates their discoveries about the tools and techniques Phishers use to turn compromised servers into phishing support sites. Pretty scary how well organized these people are. http://www...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Musing

    Publisher Policy revisit

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    There are several layers of binding policies in .Net framework. App Policy, Publisher Policy, Host Policy and Admin policy. Policies are defined in config files. The config files are parsed once per AppDomain. The parsed result is used later for...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    My day out to CeBIT Australia 2005

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    Today I headed down to CeBIT at Darling Harbour. Last year I worked on the Microsoft stand , but this year I just went down as a normal attendee and got a chance to walk around the show. It was nice to get out of the house and go on a bit of an adventure...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    BizTalk Server 2006 Rolling Thunder #3: Business Activity Monitoring

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    There are lots of neat new features in BAM for 2006 including a brand new "out of the box" portal, BAM instrumentation for pipelines and alerts/notifications. Check out the details here . Our development team is working really hard, as in 7 days a...
  • Brian Jones: Office Solutions

    Introduction / Test

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    I decided a few weeks ago that I should give blogging a try, but it’s taken me awhile to actually get around to writing my first entry. Hopefully this will serve as the icebreaker and I’ll be able to do this with some reasonable frequency. I’ll use this...
  • Carter Maslan

    Work the Candy Store: Longhorn and WinFX Client Solutions Evangelist

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    Avalon, XAML, Metro, Express Apps, Indigo, ... a veritable candy store of next-generation technologies, and the chance to work closely with Karsten and Tim on our most exciting Technology Adoption Program (TAP). The position posting is here: ...
  • Daryll McDade

    US Imagine Cup Finals are a wrap

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    Most of the important stuff is already posted over on the MSDN Student Flash Blog or captured by the PressPass release . You can see the project abstracts and some pics in the image gallery . Even better pics at the Flickr gallery . Just adding my two...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    A Developer's Lap Around SQL Server 2005: Slides, Sample Code, Starting Points and Wookies

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    Thanks to everyone who came out to the Developer's Lap Around SQL Server 2005 presentation in Dublin this evening. It was great to see both new and familiar faces in the full house, and I hope you enjoyed our whistlestop tour around the new developer...
  • Rob Copeland's Blog

    Email is tough

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    Wow, it took me a lot longer to get through my inbox than I anticpated. But, I'm back down to zero . Yes, zero . I have to say, one of the best things about GTD is that the metholdology works for processing tons of information (at least for me). Shawn...
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