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  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Mobile and Embedded DevCon 2005 - May 9-12 in Las Vegas!!

    Hey all, the 2005 edition of the Mobile & Embedded Developers Conference (MEDC) has been announced. This year it is going to be in Las Vegas, a quiet little town in southern Nevada from what I hear. I had the opportunity to attend last year's DevCon...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Return of the strange Google hits

    It’s been a while since I looked for strange and odd Google hits in my referrers list. I only looked at the incoming hits for the past 7 days, but was still able to make an interesting list… I want to be a bartender – so do I! Roland and Susan Delgado...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Web and Email and Administrators

    MSDN has just published part 2 of Michael Howard's discussion of strategies for browsing the web and reading email more safely if you absolutely must log onto your day-to-day machine as Administrator. Regular readers know I recommend against this, as...
  • Ali Pasha's WebLog...

    Web Services Edge Conference - Our participation...

    Okay, I just talked to Thom Robbins who's arranging our participation in the event and I now have a rough idea of things are going to work out. Tutorial The Distributed System Designers (and modeling tools) are going to kick off the tutorial on the 16th...
  • Mark Bower

    Wrapping-up the chat on SharePoint Discussion Lists

    Thanks for all the great comments over the past week or around SharePoint discussion lists. The Program Manager for Discussion Lists in WSS was has told me that the majority of the issues you raised will be addressed in the next version. Looking...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Nero InCD is all better now

    For a while now I have been convincing people that I have psychic capabilities. The usual conversation has been: Random person: I just put some extra memory in my physical system - so that I now have 2GB of RAM - and now Virtual PC can't use more than...
  • John Lawrence (MSFT)

    Team Foundation article posted on .NET Developer's Journal

    I haven’t seen this article blogged yet, so here’s a pointer. My illustrious colleague Brian White has written a great article on the .NET Developer’s Journal called Team Foundation: At Work . It’s one of the most thorough overviews of all the interconnected...
  • Live Search

    Anti-Virus Notifications

    We’ve gotten reports via email, newsgroups and in our comments about folks getting anti-virus notifications while running MSN Desktop Search. This is caused because we write email & attachments to a temporary directory during the indexing process...
  • The Far Corner of the EEC

    Google releases Picasa2

    If you don't occasionally take a look at the extras from Google , you might want to take the time and do so. My past favorite, before pop-up blocking was added into IE via SP2 was the google toolbar. Current favorite is Picasa 2 . Picasa will go through...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Fellow Microsoft Bloggers - where will it lead?

    As you may have read, there are a bunch of Microsoft people from around the world in Redmond this week for an internal training event we call Envision. We even had a session today with Robert Scoble , Betsy Aoki , and Mike Torres leading an open discussion...
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    What Happened to Whitehorse?

    Whitehorse was the not-so-internal code name for set of designers that are part of Visual Studio 2005 Team System . For those of you that have installed the Beta 1, you've probably seen the Distributed System Designers and the Class Designer. Well, there...
  • Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog

    Open source and quality

    A recent SD Times column by Allen Holub questions the quality and customer focus of Tomcat specifically and open source projects in general. The picture painted there is pretty bleak: Spotty documentation Condescending attitude toward non-expert users...
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