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  • .NET4Office

    More Misha Cat: Why did we use the wrap approach rather than the extends approach for Actions Pane

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    Continuing my series of interviews with Misha Shneerson. Eric: Why did we use the "wrap" approach for ActionsPane instead of the "extends" approach? VSTO uses two models to provide additional functionality on top of the Office object models. In...
  • Chris Smith's completely unique view

    Bootstrapper 64-bit support

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    How to check of the current OS is 64-bit flavored...
  • Mark Yocom's Script Tips

    First Post!

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    I wonder how many first posts in blogs are given the title "First post!". I'm guessing a good 75%. So the idea behind this particular blog is this: anyone can write a script (even you!), but it takes work to write a good * script. Here you'll learn...
  • Brian Jones: Office Solutions

    Office Open XML Formats at TechEd

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    I hope I'll get a chance to see everyone down in Orlando next week! I'll be down at teched from Sunday to Friday. I have a session on the new formats on Tuesday at 3: http://www.msteched.com/content/sessionview.aspx?TopicID=ac42ce75-1686-4725-bb99-7a02c1897b69...
  • One Louder

    Finding Dave...

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    Sending good thoughts (and hopefully blogger eyeballs...any readers in Vancouver area?) to Dave Koch and his family . I hope the Dave is found, in good health, very soon.
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    JobCast: Paul Sliwowicz ... Microsoft developer and hockey player

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    Wow. I bet you thought I was never going to post another JobCast. I’ve just been really busy, but JobCasts have not gone away! Today, I speak with Paul Sliwowicz, a Software Development Engineer with the Windows Device Experience Team. Paul tells us...
  • release_team's WebLog

    Whidbey Security: Pen Testing Engagement

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    I mentioned in my last blog that we’re heading towards a first step in the "Final Security Review" for Whidbey. A couple of weeks ago, our central security team finished a 9 week long Penetration Testing (pen-testing) effort of Whidbey. They had 8 people...
  • Rob Caron

    Team System Cheat Sheet for TechEd 2005 US

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    If you’re overwhelmed by the preponderance of offerings at TechEd 2005 this year and want the cheat sheet for Team System stuff to plan your schedule, you’ll want to go download this PDF of a card we’ll be distributing to attendees in Orlando. Team...
  • Mark Fussell's WebLog

    WSE 3.0 Released on MSDN

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    Having spent the last few months getting WSE 3.0 built, it is now live on MSDN here . This includes new Messaging and Security Hands on Labs (HOLs) to get you started on the new features. Next week there will be a WSE 3.0 overview article on MSDN To...
  • Antimail

    Retrospective: What Have We Learned from the PDP-11

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    I put in the post title the original name of this fascinating article written by Gordon Bell. My favourite quote: We had a basic understanding of Moore’s Law, but unfortunately when we examined the implications for the future, the results were...
  • Matt Powell

    The first look at WSE 3.0

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    Today we released a Community Technical Preview of WSE 3.0 . Check out the release notes for details on what is new. We also made some changes to the WSE page on the MSDN Web Services Developer Center that should make it a lot easier to use and a bit...
  • Tim Sneath

    And you thought C# was COOL...

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    A great quote from one of the customers I'm working with who are building for Avalon... "I do have to say that with our initial SVG development, we were trying to do one cool thing a week. With Avalon, we are doing one to three cool things a day...
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