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  • Roberdan

    Nuovo formato file di Office 12

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    Thx to VincenzoC: http://spaces.msn.com/members/vincos/ Microsoft ha annunciato che il prossimo Office 12 (in uscita entro maggio 2006) conterrà un nuovo formato di file di default per Word, Excel e Powerpoint chiamato Microsoft Office...
  • TexBlog

    C++ vs. C#

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    A few of my more C++-centric friends and colleagues have sent me pointers to Grumpy Old Programmer's "Has C# lost its point?" grump. While I naturally enjoy seeing VC++ portrayed in a positive light, I think it's a bit silly to suggest that C# has lost...
  • Tim Sneath

    InfoCard: A New WinFX API

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    I'm surprised not to have seen more buzz in the developer community around InfoCard , which is easily one of the coolest new technologies and an intriguing solution to the problem of federated identity management. The WinFX Beta 1 RC release that we shipped...
  • Tim Sneath

    Two Things Never to Say to an American

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    "Don't spoil the ship for a ha'porth of tar" "I'm trying to teach grandmother to suck eggs, I know" And then there's polystyrene, stationery cupboard, pushchair, fire brigade and many more... I'm learning what it's like to be an alien in a foreign...
  • eGeek

    The Geek

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    My name is Jerry Bryant and I'm a geek :-) This is a new blog to me but I'm not new to blogging. I currently maintain a blog on security at http://www.msmvps.com/secure . I started this blog today because I want a place to post about the geeky technology...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    How will you be judged?

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    By now you have received enough information hopefully to get some idea of the manner in which you will be judged. However I want to spell out some things so that there is no doubt about the judging criteria. There are two aspects to the judging - content...
  • Brian Jones: Office Solutions

    License and patent confusion around Office XML formats

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    There seems to be a number of questions and misunderstandings around the license for the schemas and what people are allowed to do with the files. I’m not a lawyer, so I don’t want to try to interpret the license for you, but there is a pretty good FAQ...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Board allows you to switch between Intel's Pentium processors and AMD's Athlon 64 and Turion chips

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    Quoted from PCWorld . ECS is already selling the board and has seen some success in Europe, says Martin Grothe, a product manager with ECS' German subsidiary. He says the product has some appeal to specialist users who enjoy getting their hands dirty...
  • Eugenio Pace

    CAB Webcast archive

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    Just in case you missed the live edition of the Composite UI Application Block (CAB) web cast, you can access the archived one here .
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    How to fix problem installing SQL Express if SQL Server 2005 is already installed

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    <updated on June 3, 2005 - changed the product name from "SQL Server Tools Express" to "Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Tools Express Edition CTP" based on the full official name as it appears in Add/Remove Programs> There is a known setup interaction...
  • CLR and .NET Security

    Thank you Phoenix!

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    As Brad has mentioned in his blog, the CLR PM team is doing a series of road trips . The week before last, I was in Phoenix along with two of my fellow CLR PMs for customer visits and the BetaDays event. I'd like to thank all the customers and partners...
  • BorisJ's Blog

    Where is my Source Browser?

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    If you're an experienced Visual C++ 6.0 user, chances are you've become quite attached to the Source Browser tool. This tool provided rich browsing functionality for any project that generated a .bsc file. It was accessible from the Alt+F12 shortcut,...
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