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  • Neils Ramble


    Hello all. This is my first foray into the world of blogging. I hope to provide a useful addition to the many msdn blogs already out there and look forward to having plenty of communication with the world of collaborative technologies. Neil
  • Jamie's Junk

    One year anniversary for!

    Not only is October the RTM month for SQL Server - it is also the one-year anniversary for SQLServerDataMining . We now have over 3100 registered mambers from over 32000 distinct IP's all over the world. To celebrate we've added the live sample " The...
  • HealthBlog

    Healthcare Portals: Serving all people

    According to the US Census Bureau , 55 percent of American households have access to the internet. That's triple the percentage reported in 1997. I suspect the true figure is even higher since the survey is based on census information from 2003. As might...
  • School of the Future WebLog

    Chronicle 8 - It's been too long!

    Yes, it has been too long! My apologies to those faithful readers who have been following this project. There has been so much activity over the past 6 months that I never seemed to be able to find the time to write. However, all of this activity has...
  • Dr. International

    Name that Unattended Installed TimeZone

    I got a question today if it was possible to set the TimeZone of a computer via the Unattended installation process. Well the answer is yes , but it is sometimes hard to find out how. So, I thought I would drop this here to help make it easier to find...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    How to Hack RSS and Atom Feeds

    Useful intro article: How to Hack RSS and Atom Feeds "How To: From the ExtremeTech book, Hacking RSS and Atom , we give you the scoop on RSS and Atom Feeds, and explain how to build an aggregator, route feeds to your inbox, and subscribe to multimedia...
  • Rob Caron

    .NET ROCKS! - Road Trip Memphis Episode

    On this episode of .NET ROCKS!, Carl & Richard interview (from Jerry Dixon's blog): Jon Box - The RD, MVP, Mobility Editor, and all around intellectual GIANT! Jerry Dixon - Me hyping my new SQL Server 2005 column in the .NET Developer's Journal...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Special Editions of Visual Studio.NET 2005 and SQL Server 2005 at Canadian Launch Tour

    From the Canadian Launch Tour blog feed we have heard several questions regarding the distribution of software at the events. We know that the Developer and IT Pro communities are eager to get access to the final versions of the products and getting the...
  • Res Ipsa Loquitor

    The Method in Action

    In the previous post I presented some ideas about the use of scientific method in problem resolution. I thought about a situation where it would be applied, and then I remember about an old problem I faced once when I was a support engineer. The claim...
  • Doug Seven

    Codezone Community Search on

    This is simply an exciting week! Today the MSDN & TechNet Platform Group (MTPG) released their new search UI beta, featuring Codezone Community search results. This search UI is the same search experience...
  • Mike Kelly's Blog

    Help Viewer and Programmability Help

    One of the questions I've heard is about help for the object models Office programs expose. In particular, some users are very interested in object model or developer help; some end-users would only be confused by this, since they don't understand Visual...
  • Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information from Alfred Thompson

    More Resources for Computer Science Teachers

    As a follow up to an earlier post , I’d like to present some more resources for computer science teachers. Some are directly involving programming and some are more generally related to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs. STEM...
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