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  • Sajee's WebLog

    New SQL Server 2005 Editions

    Check out this eWeek article on the new editions of SQL Server 2005. There will be four editions: SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition SQL Server 2005 Workgroup Edition SQL Server 2005 Express Edition I'll post official...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Matt's a blogger too

    Matt Trentini recently sent me an email about being an evangelist . Well, Matt is a blogger and he has a great write up (with photos) from the Melbourne Security Summit . He has even posted mugshots of all the attendees (including the barmaid...
  • Keith Richie

    SPUserUtil 2.0 nearing completion

    After a delay that seems like an eternity, I'm nearing completion to release SPUserUtil 2.0. The delay was simply that I did not want to release this version without it being able to successfully migrate users 100%. Due to this need, I'm having to...
  • VinceX.NET's WebLog

    MSDN TV: Top Ten Tips for Web Services Interoperability

    MSDN TV: Top Ten Tips for Web Services Interoperability Simon Guest shares 10 developer-focused tips, strategies, and recommendations to make the Web services you write more interoperable with other platforms. (February 23, Multimedia)
  • Heath Stewart's blog

    Fighting SPAM and HIV

    Microsoft researchers announced on Wednesday that the same technology used to effectively fight SPAM is now being used to fight HIV. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have already given over $1 billion in grants to help fight HIV, TB, and reproductive...
  • Speakers are Speaking in Code . . .


    100 or so of us saw Bettie Serveert play the Crocodile in support of their new album "Attagirl" Tuesday night. Wow. These guys have always been great, and they keep getting better with every album and tour. They brought along their sampler/keyboard guy...
  • tjlau's WebLog

    the "truth" about marketing at Microsoft

    Dvorak talks about marketing at Microsoft . I must say that quite often I must agree with him. Although there is a gradual (and I mean very slow) shift of power from development to marketing, today development is still king. There are pockets at which...
  • Heath Stewart's blog

    Security Improved...then Destroyed

    Michael Howard - our Sr. Security Program Manager here at Microsoft - blogs about how the improved security features in XP SP2 were effectively destroyed in an article in PC Magazine, " Making Windows XP Start Faster ", by turning off the Automatic Updates...
  • Tom Krueger

    Tip: Use Form.Close() opposed to Application.Exit()

    When closing your application from code, for example in the File | Exit menu you should use Form.Close() (ie this.Close() or Me.Close) opposed to Application.Exit(). When calling Application.Exit everything is told to stop immediately and then the appplication...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    No NHL hockey this year :(

    I'm late to report this, but I think it sucks that it happened and it's bad for the sport. Seattle Thunderbirds are still playing though....
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    MDA And Software Factories - Separated At Birth?

    Tonight I went to the monthly meeting of the local chapter of IASA . I should have also blogged this before the meeting, but I forgot. Sorry about that if you live near the Microsoft campus and wanted to go. Next meeting is on 3/30, so mark your calendars...
  • Alberto Escobedo's Random Thoughts

    MSN Remote Record has launched

    If you travel a lot like me you will love this new service. I have been using the beta for quite a while now and its very convenient. This service will allow you to set a new recording on your Media Center over the internet all you need is access to the...
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