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  • Eric Jarvi

    nonadmin wiki

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    Is an ounce of prevention worth a pound of cure? Check out this support wiki for running Windows as nonadmin: http://nonadmin.editme.com
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    007

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    You know what would be funny? In the next James Bond movie, he should never leave his office. He just sits at his computer the whole time using the internet to track down criminals and solve some huge mystery (like who stole the UC Berkeley laptop with...
  • Chris Flaat's WebLog

    Scrum and Productivity

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    Hi all – A reader named David Wylie wrote and commented the following (I’m posting his question here with his permission): I am new to scrum, and one of the selling points is significantly increase productivity. Have you experienced this, or is it just...
  • Andrew May's WebLog

    Rock Thought for the Day

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    So here it is, the next to last day of March, and I haven't blogged all month. Truth is, I've been working long and hard on some internal documentation for the next version of Office. Which of course, as cool as it is, I can't talk about. Hence the lack...
  • Test Guide

    Office Space

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    Yes, I saw that movie in the theater when it first came out, before it was cool. That's not really relevant though. Or maybe it is, since I've worked in plenty of Office Spacey places that would have completely freaked if I even thought about making my...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    How does your student club cope with newbies?

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    Julia Lerman, who is a big contributor to INETA and to the Vermont .NET User Group , is wondering how her group’s meetings can stay interesting to both beginner and advanced developers . Student user groups and clubs must deal with this all the...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    John Carmack explores mobile game dev

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    I'm back in Dublin and juggling a bunch of things: follow-up from this month's ASP.NET talks, preparing for next month's wave of talks, and generally trying to get things done and avoid shaving yaks . But I'm still an AI and graphics geek at heart, so...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    We have a new product name, and it's...

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    …worth more than my job to tell you what it is. You’re going to have to wait until MMS 2005 to find out, on orders from marketing. Unless of course marketing decide to leak it to a select journalist or two in advance, in which case I’ll blog about its...
  • Rob Caron

    Team System Webcasts

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    Here is some more information on the webcasts I mentioned in this post [ Attend a Visual Studio 2005 Team System Webcast and Qualify to Win a Portable Media Center ]. Day/Date/Time Title Level Abstract Presenter...
  • R.Ramesh's WebLog

    John Stallo talks about Class Designer

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    Josh Ledgard, PM in Visual Studio recently interviewed John (PM for Class Designer). The video for the first part of the interview can be viewed here (Channel 9). I really liked the intro text Josh had written to the video: I've now done a few interviews...
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System

    New MSDN White Paper: Convert VBA Code to Visual Basic .NET When Migrating to Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office

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    If you have VBA applications that you want to migrate to Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office, one of the biggest challenges you will face is migrating the VBA code to Visual Basic .NET. A new white paper is now available on MSDN, Convert VBA Code to Visual...
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System

    Presentation: Data Binding to Relational Data

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    In this presentation, I show how to use the new Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 GUI data tools to bind data in an SQL Server to managed and host controls on your Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office document. You will see how easy it is to drag and drop a table...
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