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  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Hosting a Native Windows Control in .NET CF

    Peter Foot (a .NET CF MVP) has a new article up on MSDN which discusses how to host a native control like the WebBrowser control in your .NET CF v1 application. Good stuff! [Author: Robert Levy]
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Migrating from eVB to VB.NET via VB6

    In the eVB newsgroup, Robert Corrigan has posted instructions on how to migrate from eVB to VB.NET by using VB6 as an intermediary. I wouldn’t recommend this approach myself considering all of the subtle and not-so-subtle hurdles you’ll run...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    mGALSync

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    If you have Active Directory deployed in your enterprise, you’ve probably noticed that while ActiveSync does a great job of syncing contacts that you have saved in Outlook there is no built in way to sync your GAL down to your Windows Mobile device...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    It's NOT about you, but IT is!

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    As a student I have been asked by various professors about how they could improve their class and/or teaching style, while I think many of them do a great job I haven't always had the proper answer, until now! Kathy Sierra writes wrote a great article...
  • Out in the Street

    New Microsoft Learning Products: January 5, 2005

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    Microsoft Official Courses 2285, Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional (Second Edition) 2526, Developing Distributed Applications with Microsoft® .NET Remoting
  • mszCool's thoughts and cents revealed

    Austrian MSDN News Flash

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    To all Austrians or those who are interested in Austrian MSDN and developer news: we will start with our local MSDN News Flash soon. If you are interested in Austrian news about local events, web casts as well as news for developers, subscribe here !...
  • Out in the Street

    Trainer prep opportunity for Dutch-speaking MCTs: Microsoft Operations Manager

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    Here's a great opportunity for Dutch-speaking MCTs: a Microsoft-sponsored t-prep for course 2287: Managing Your Infrastructure Using Microsoft® Operations manager 2005. The course is offered at Info Support, and led by Arie de Haan , Microsoft Certified...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Web Service Compression with .NET CF

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    Windows Mobile MVP’s Andreas Sjöström & Christian Forsberg have posted another great article over at businessanyplace.net . This time they discuss compressing web service communications in order to save bandwidth, reduce costs, and potentially...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Announcing the South Florida Code Camp

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    Saturday, February 05, 2005 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Welcome Time: 7:45 AM NOVA University 3301 College Avenue Fort Lauderdale Florida 33314-7796 United States Registration Open I hear from my good friend Joe Healy that he has a Code Camp scheduled and has opened...
  • mikechampion's weblog

    XML future: evolution or revolution?

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    The biggest dilemma I see for XML and the related technologies is that their reason for existience is to provide an agreed-upon mechanism for interoperability across platforms and applications. but those agreements are hard to update without breaking...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Hello Janus

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    Three days into 2005, and I'm finally getting to my "Hello new year" post. <sarcasm>I'm sure you were all waiting with baited breath.</sarcasm> 2004 was a year of intense frustration and confusion for me. The frustration was due to {This section...
  • Wolf's Witterings

    Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) - what’s the point?

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    Of all the questions I get asked these days, the most often asked and most difficult to answer is perhaps “What is SOA?”. There are many reasons for this, principle amongst them being that Service Oriented Architecture is such a bad name. It isn’t really...
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