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  • simon.says

    MSDN TV!

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    Here is the latest episode of MSDN TV - with me, the whiteboard in my office, and "Top Ten Tips for Web Services Interoperability" I believe that this is also the 100th episode of MSDN TV! Congratulations guys!
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    What do Microsoft and Viagra have in common?

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    What do Microsoft and Viagra have in common? Trouble with spam rings . eWeek : "Microsoft Corp. and Pfizer Inc. on Thursday announced parallel lawsuits against two international spam rings pushing a variety of drugs, especially those purporting to be...
  • Dariusz quatscht

    Do you want to write yourself XSD/WSDL/Policy contracts?

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    Clemens and Aaron argue about the way a developer should share the service contract. But Aaron is wrong. I know that it is essential today to work out the contract on that level (XSD/WSDL/Policy). Most developers just wish to have tools that abstract...
  • Santomania

    VSTO 2003 Development Tip

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    One of the more annoying aspects of developing a VSTO solution is debugging deployment issues. The Office host application (Word/Excel) often returns error messages along the lines of: “Can’t find or load the <assembly> assembly in <url>”...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    WESC FAQ's - thought I'd put this up as well.

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    Windows Embedded Student ChallengE FAQ’s Many of you have asked several questions regarding the competition so it might be best to attempt answering as many of them as possible through these FAQ’s. If you still don’t have answers please email helpp@microsoft...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    List of participating teams

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    Here's the list of participating teams in this years WESC - just some great representation form so many different parts of the world. This should be exciting. If you don't find your team name here and you have registered pls send email asap to wescadm...
  • Loosely Coupled Thinking

    Principles of Interoperability

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    I gave a rather short webcast on 2/3/2004 on some fundamental principles of interoperability, regardless of platform or technology. You can see the webcast here . Note that I say this is a rather short webcast - this was really my fault. I was having...
  • Eugene Siu's Thoughts on Security

    View calendar via Date and Time Properties as non-admin

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    It is inconvenient that I cannot open Date and Time Properties as non-admin. Non-admins should not be able to change the date and time, but should be able to view it. Sometimes, I want to see what the date of next Wed is. Now I need to practice doing...
  • BCL Team Blog

    Regex hangs with my expression [David Gutierrez]

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    Well, actually, it doesn't hang. It just takes a really really long time, and you haven't waited long enough for it to finish. One of the pitfalls with regular expression is that you can write expressions which don't perform very well. In particular,...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    blogblogblog

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    Just met with Ward Ralston, Product manager in the Windows division. They started a blog on Windows Server at: blogs.msdn.com/windowsserver. If you are looking for information directly from the source (a.k.a. the product team) this blog should be a must...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    VoIP

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    I've recently considered trying out new VoIP technology that I've been hearing so much about. There is so much thats cool about it. First and most obvious is price. The hardware necessary for this (assuming that you already have high-speed internet) is...
  • Antimail

    Is there anybody else using Visual C++ 6.0?

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    Andy Pennell noted a really interesting post from a Mozilla Firefox developer. It looks like people out there are still using Visual C++ 6.0 as the debugger of choice. And, guess what, I also use Visual C++ 6.0 occasionally, but not for debugging (I switched...
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