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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Little Aussie Battlers do good

    It wasn't just the Aussie Soccer team that were winners this week. Local secretgeek , Leon Bambrick, in conjunction with his icelandic colleague Atli Björgvin Oddsson, won the Grand Prize in the Larkware 2005 Programming Contest. As Leon told me...
  • Mark Bower

    Office 12 Beta 1 is out

    Overnight Office 12 Beta participants recieved notification that Beta 1 is available for download. I got my copy installed a few days ago and so far I am impressed with the quality compared to the last public DF4 build. This is much more stable and performance...
  • Aali's blog

    Microsoft ja opiskelijat Suomessa

    Tein muutaman yhteenvetosivuston codezoneen aiheesta opiskelijat ja Microsoft Suomessa. Lisäsin ne myös tuohon blogin linkkilistaan niin pysyvät esillä. Tässä vielä kertauksena: Imagine Cup -teknologiakilpailu opiskelijoille:
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    RSS via IM - Screencast

    I created this screencast to show what I meant in this post about .
  • Bug Babble

    XSLT debugging in Visual Studio

    Visual Studio is a big tool. It's easy to miss some useful features. Hopefully t he XSLT debugger won't get missed. If you want to learn how to use XSLT debugging take a look at Neetu Rajpal's msdn article Introducing Xml tools in VS 2005 . Below you...
  • Kawigi's Programming Blog

    TopCoder Came to Town (or, TopCoder is Coming to Town, Part 2)

    I talked a lot yesterday about TopCoder and Microsoft's hiring interest for Developers, but only hinted at the story that was really behind it all. The reason this was all on my mind is really for two related reasons - TopCoder announced that...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    RSS via IM = notification

    Peter Brown took me aside while we both at the Seattle Mind Camp a couple of weeks ago. He asked for my opinion on something he was developing. It is called . He described as RSS via Instant Messaging service. At first I thought...
  • View from the Cube

    The Argument Architecture: The Role of the Architect

    The Argument for Architecture The Role of the Architect There are big challenges facing ISVs these days. In this post .COM era, shrinking IT budgets are leading to greater competition for fewer sales dollars. As representative of the technical...
  • Yves Dolce

    How to compile MFC and ATL code with /clr

    C++/CLI Do you want to use .NET from your COM DLL built with C++ and ATL? Well, it's not as easy as adding /CLR. Have a look at a v ery instructive section under Mixed (Native and Managed) Assemblies : How to: Compile MFC and ATL Code with /clr...
  • Ready Tour 2005

    Rock City! Oi! Oi!

    It’s not long now until the Community Launch Parties , and for the lucky who got in early with their registrations, it’s going to be a great night. But it’s not all about technology and products….noooooo! Its about ROCKING OUT! So to make sure each...
  • Chris Pratley's Office Labs and OneNote Blog

    OneNote 12 Beta 1 released!

    Beta 1 of "OneNote 12" (and "Office12") is now available for download for those people who are signed up (you know who you are). This is not a public beta so if you're not already on the beta you are not going to be able to see it. Sorry. If you want...
  • john devadoss' blog

    Galaxy, Niagara, power consumption, and systems on a chip...

    There is something brewing out at Sun - are Schwartz , Papadopoulos and co. on to something real this a minimum I wonder what this means to Intel, and DELL...
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