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  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Unofficial Abbreviation for Windows Workflow Foundation is now simply WF

    Is it KFC or Kentucky Fried Chicken? Well in that case legally it doesn't matter because the same company owns both the name and the abbreviation. Of course for marketing reasons they have swapped from the full-name to the abbreviation and back but that...
  • Aali's blog


    Eilisen TAMK-esityksen ja huomisen Blankopäivät-esityksen lomassa tänään pidin sovellusarkkitehti-kurssin .NET-osuuden. Sen yhteydessä lupasin laittaa muutamia hyödyllisiä linkkejä osallistujille (ja kaikille muillekin) tutustuttavaksi: PDC-kalvot...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    On SQL Server 2005 Web Service integration

    My Cork and Galway SQL Server 2005 presentations featured thoughtful questions on Web Service Endpoint integration that I wasn't able to answer completely (and occasionally at all!). That prompted a thorough, if belated, literature search, which I'll...
  • ...Me Unplugged...


    So lots of water has flowed under the bridge and then there's some more. Had an intense week (or was that two) since I put pen to paper. Gizmodo has been going berserk with my inbox with about 500 new articles already unread. And why not, with all the...
  • MSDN & TechNet Search Blog

    No news this week... Sorry!

    So I promised big news this week and I am sorry to disappoint, but I can't announce my news yet. We decided to give the changes some time to bake before we flipped the switch. So I can't tell you about it yet, but we are still on schedule. So come back...
  • Microsoft Access

    Access 12's new data engine

    In the first Access blog post, I noted that Access 12 has a new database engine, but one derived from and very similar to the old Jet engine. There were a bunch of questions & emails about what we did, why, and what it means, and it will take me more...
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System

    Quick Start #3: Deploying a Document to a Local Folder, and an Assembly to a Network Folder

    Note : There are other Quick Starts in this series, including: Deploying a Document and an Assembly to a Local Folder Deploying a Document and an Assembly to Different Local Folders Deploying a Document and an Assembly to a Network Folder ...
  • Bug Babble

    Devenv stealth feature, Poor Man's Profiler

    This feature is unsupported. It is undocumented. If you call help desk about it nice people will say “huh?” If it breaks, people will nod knowingly and say “I told you so”. In later versions it may simply disappear. It could decay right now as I speak...
  • jfo's coding

    UseCompatibleTextRendering - Compatible with whaaaaaat?

    There seems to be quite a bit of confusion around this little old flag that has cropped up in VS 2005. In Windows Forms 2.0, we added support for drawing GDI text. At first we had grandiose plans of poking and prodding at the DrawText API such that...
  • Jinghao Liu (刘劲浩)'s BLOG


    我在讲座之前,给大家了一个联结(link). 现在此再公布一下. 这是一篇全面介绍SQL2005XML的文章. 内容非常详细. 它包括: 动机(Motivating Scenarios for XML Storage), 为什么用关系性来处理XML(Why Use Relational...
  • Brad Abrams

    New Blog for the true CLR geek...

    David just started a blog the truly geeky CLR folks will love…Like all great blogs, he is talking about what he knows best -- how to use the CLR’s profiling APIs… that is if you wanted to * write * a profiler this is your blog! I also find it interesting...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    ASP.NET Jumpstart: Media Share Library Starter Kit Article #2

    Second article in Bill Evjen's Jumpstart series went live today. For those who didn't remember article #1, this series is about creating a Starter Kit from scratch in ASP.NET 2.0 with Visual Studio 2005. In this article, Bill designs and builds the database...
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