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  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Launch 2005 Screencast Contest

    Are you a video jockey! Create a screencast starring Microsoft Visual Studio Team System, Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005 or Biztalk Server 2006… and you! I am happy to announce that the East Region Evangelism Team and TechSmith have come together...
  • 16.7ms in the life

    DRM in MCE Rollup 2

    I was posting to and thought I'd save myself typing the same thing again, since it's good info, even if I am restating/repackaging existing opinion. The following is a response to people who thought for some reason that Rollup 2 was...
  • jfo's coding

    Notify applications where the form disappears from the taskbar on minimize

    Jim asks: "I've been following your Windows Forms articles, and was hoping that you could post about the correct way to minimize a Windows Form to the tray. The ShowInTask property of the Form is mentioned in newsgroups, but the Form still shows...
  • Steven Sinofsky's Microsoft TechTalk

    Highlights from Boston recruiting

    The past couple of days have been busy with a round of presentations and discussions at MIT, Sloan business school, and Harvard College. I know folks are always super busy so I appreciate the time everyone took out of their busy schedules to meet on campus...
  • fontblog

    You can tune a font but you can’t tuna fish...

    My name is Greg Hitchcock, and I’m a software architect in the Advanced Reading Technologies team. One of the purposes of this blog is to show the passion we have for improving the reading experience on-screen, and I hope that through the postings of...
  • Sandeep Prabhakar's WebLog

    HowTo: Approach Debugging Networking Problems

    One of the things I’ve learn over the last few years and what I find missing is the answer to the question of, “ What’s the best approach to debugging a network issue?”. After spending long hours in front of nasty networking issues I think the following...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Wanted: Regional .Net Leaders

    We are looking to do a user group tour of the countrys main regional centers and to facilitate this we are looking for some enthusiastic developer types in the following areas that are interested in earning some kudos, fame and other goodies by helping...
  • Canadian User Experience

    ASP.NET 2.0 Active Directory Provider Model Security Options

    For those that want to learn more about the Security options for Authentication and Authorization with the ASP.NET 2.0 Provider Models then I recommend you visit my blog as I outline how to enable different Advanced Password Security option when working...
  • Eric Jarvi

    VSTS Tip: Beta 3 VPC is on its way

    In yesterday's tech chat there was a question about when a customer ready VPC for Beta 3 will become available. I just now got the notice that after burning the midnight oil, the work is done, it's just been dropped to an internal share, with the promise...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Question and Answer Password Security Option: Active Directory Membership Provider

    Both the Active Directory and the SQL Server Membership Providers support the “Enable Password Reset” and “Requires Answers and Questions” Security options. This is not very difficult to enable but it does require few steps to get this working. ...
  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    WCF: WSDL and Contracts

    Yesterday , I talked about building a simple Windows Communication Foundation client which communicated with an ASMX web service. In that post, I mentioned that I used Add Web Reference to create the Indigo Proxy. That tool reads the WSDL file from your...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    MSDN Connection training competition

    Kirk Jackson from the Wellington .Net User Group has started a competition to get you trained up. Here are the details Kirk sent to me: As I mentioned in our meeting last week, MSDN Connection has be relaunched, and you can sign up again (or...
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