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  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Upcoming INDA talk: Hosting C#/VB.NET components in Microsoft SQL Server 2005

    It’s the start of a New Year and we’re hitting the ground running with developer events. There are a few coming up in Dublin, including some security training events. This week I’m going to try to firm up dates for a few other events around the country...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Scooblog on Corporate Transparency

    Last week I took the time to write up my thoughts on Corporate Transparency while no one was looking. There is no part 5, but I needed a post where I linked to all four entries and provided an abstract for my own reference that I could point people to...
  • Tom Krueger

    Personality Test, Geek Style

    Check it out, you can find out what operating system you are based on your personality traits. The survey was a bit long (about 20 questions if my memory serves me), however, I did get a kick out of many of the answer selections. I turned out being Windows...
  • Aaron Marten

    VSIP as a Normal User

    If you ask people who know much about computer security, they will usually recommend that you perform all your common tasks as a normal user and only run as an Administrator when you absolutely need to. The idea is that even if a hacker or virus exploits...
  • Mark Bower

    How To Submit Ideas and Suggestions for Microsoft Office Products

    Do you have an idea for a new feature or addition to one of the Office products? Maybe there is something about the way a feature works that really annoys you? Believe it or not, there is a simple way to submit your ideas to the Office team for consideration...
  • Rudi Larno's WebLog


  • Larry Osterman's WebLog


    I wasn't planning on writing about the disaster, since I figured that many people more eloquent than I had already covered it. And then I got an email from Will Poole, the Senior VP in charge of the Windows division. Will was on Phuket at the time of...
  • David Kline

    Got feedback for the .NET Compact Framework?

    We're looking for feedback on the .NET Compact Framework from the developer community. Please send your input to (details on what we're looking for can be found here ). As mentioned on the NetCF Team page post , we value all your...
  • Lori Pearce's WebLog

    Happy New Year!

    I'm still getting plenty of spam posts, so moderation is still on. Please be patient while I sift through the spam and get your feedback posted. After several anxious days waiting to hear from one of my team members and my sister-in-law, both of whom...
  • .NET Compact Framework Team

    Got feedback for the .NET Compact Framework?

    The NetCF team is looking for feedback from developers using the .NET Compact Framework for consideration in future releases. We've got lots of ideas and are looking to focus on what's important to our customers. To submit your feedback, email it to:...
  • One Louder

    Dr. John's Recruiting Trends 2005

    Dr. John Sullivan always has something interesting to say. His 2005 trends analysis is spot on if you ask me. All of these different trends will affect us recruiters/companies/industries differently (for example, assessment is less of a hot issue for...
  • One Louder

    Job Search/Career Tips for Marketers

    From, here are some job search tips for marketers. I'm OK with most of it. But number 5..."resumes are dead" is dead wrong. Resumes don't sit in a pile anywhere. They sit in a searchable database and this is the first place a recruiter...
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