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  • Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

    Why can't I add MSXML3 on PocketPC 2000-2003 devices?

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    Windows Mobile 5.0 shipped MSXML3, as I describe here . On PocketPC 2000-2003 devices, we ship MSXML2. Both of these are pretty much straight ports from the desktop MSXML versions, with some features removed and some tweaking to better conserve RAM on...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    More ClickOnce trouble - solved

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    Some time ago, during the Beta ages of Whidbey, I posted about trouble with the new ClickOnce technology. Now ClickOnce hit me again... Having installed the RTM version of VS 2005, I was preparing a ClickOnce demo, and when I tried to install the simple...
  • mikechampion's weblog

    Two approaches to standardization

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    This is an important topic that I've been meaning to blog about for months, but can't summon the energy to write the dissertation-length post that would do it justice. I think I'll take the typical blogosphere approach of throwing out random thoughts...
  • Anandi’s Thoughts

    It's raining in Seattle

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    It's absolutely pouring today, which is somewhat unusual. We get a lot of gray days, with some drizzly rain, but not many full-on, need-an-umbrella sorts of days. I'm actually biding my time at home waiting for the insurance agent's office to open, because...
  • Pashman's InfoPath Goldmine

    More Ways to Pull Info from Active Directory

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    Here is a posting from Tom Mata, a colleague of mine from Armstrong Industries, who found an alternate way to reach into AD and get information on the current logged on user (compare and contrast this to Lab 15 in the InfoPath Labs that I reference on...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    Rick Segal - Lessons learned from the OneNote blog

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    Ok, so Rick has been on a bit of a blog frenzy of late, so forgive the multiple posts linking to his stuff (but I think it is valuable)   In this post Rick talks about the importance of adding value and being open in your connection with the community...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Imate SP5 vs SP5m

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    I've had the opportunity over the past few weeks to try both these devices. Both devices have almost the same specification - the major difference really are the music buttons on the SP5m. I really do like both devices however I have some positive...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Top 10 Myths of Windows Mobile!?

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    I've been asked to present a session on the Myths around Windows Mobile. It'll be a webcast in December and I wanted to use the power of my blog to gather the myths that you think exist about Windows Mobile! Feel free to email me using the contact...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    Google vs. Microsoft (VC Style)

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    My favorite VC Rick Segal has posted his take on Google vs. Microsoft.  It's more interesting than Scoble's take on the same topic, in my opinion.   Enjoy - http://feeds.feedburner.com/ThePostMoneyValue?m=205
  • Euan Garden's BLOG

    Are you ready to get REAL with SQLServer 2005?

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    The team working on P roject REAL have done some amazing work and have been documenting/talking about every step. They have a full day at SQL Connections the week we launch on SQL Server 2005.
  • John Gallardo's Weblog

    More Gadgets!

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    http://microsoftgadgets.com/default.aspx The "gadgets" folks have updated their blog to include some gadgets that you can add to start.com . I'm trying out the "Flickr" gadget as well as the "to-do" list gadget. Are you using start.com yet?
  • Visio

    Visio 2003 SP2 出ました

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    ちょうど一ヶ月前ほどの話になりますが、Visio 2003 SP2 がリリースされました。ダウンロードはこちらから: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=c36d4b49-1910-4ff3-a525-47368f6e5fdd&DisplayLang=ja 修正内容はこちらです: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/887622/ja …とこれだけではあまりにもつまらないのでここでちょっと...
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