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  • Peter Bernard's MEM Thoughts

    Ironically, off the grid at the BREW conference

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    I've been at the Qualcomm BREW conference for a couple of days. Unfortunately, there is no WiFi access at the show so I have been somewhat off the grid (although my Audiovox phone kept the emails coming and going throughout). I have to escape back up...
  • oliverlu's WebLog

    Microsoft Office Communicator 2005

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    如果大家以前使用过Exchange 2000,那么会知道Exchange 2000中有一个Instance Messenger,就是一个类似于MSN Messenger的内部交流工具。后来,微软又推出了Live Communications Server 2003,把这块功能独立出来。现在,升级版本Microsoft Office Communicator 2005已经推出了。 http://www.microsoft.com/office/livecomm/communicator/prodinfo...
  • Dave Welsh's WebLog

    Office Open XML Format and other standards stuff

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    I first saw the pre announcement final briefing last weekend, and in the past few months I've been in some meetings including some with Jean Paoli where the topic was an open format for Office. The following ZDnet article http://news.com.com/IT+giants...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Simplifying life

    SInce I've started at Microsoft, I've found that the work pattern is quite different to any of my previous jobs... I'm struggling to get on top of how much there is to learn, get through all the email, stay up to date with all the happenings in the community...
  • The MSDN Subscription Team Blog

    Multiple Subscriptions, Part II

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    Thanks for the feedback on multiple subscriptions. We're looking for the edge-case to support in terms of limits on the number of subscriptions per Passport - I think for now we'll be setting it at 100. As things are now, if you buy several subscriptions...
  • Inside Architecture

    Maintaining the ACID test in long running transactions

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    A quick note on how to provide ACID transactional properties to a long-running transaction....
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    I've been assimilated

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    Well, after much deliberation and thought, I've decided to create a MSDN blog. I'm going to miss my old blog. If you haven't already, update your RSS Feed to point to this feed!
  • Michael Stuart's Weblog

    **WARNING POLITICS** Stupidity of War On Some Drugs

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    ** WARNING: PERSONAL LIBERTARIAN POLITICS AHEAD ** Here goes--my first rabidly political post. Oh, goody! I'm drooling with glee. The recent hub-bub about lowering the drinking age in Wisconsin for military folks got me all hopped-up frothing and...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    More RHogue Samples: StockGraph3D and 3D Video

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    RHogue has posted a couple more samples that are interesting. The StockGraph3D sample has a reusable List3D control for laying out a list of items in 3D. It also shows how to use databinding to wire up data (in this case stock data from a web service...
  • Roberdan

    SharePoint tra i leader nel magic quadrant Gartner!!!

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    " Microsoft moves into the Leaders quadrant for the first time. SharePoint Portal Server 2003 continues to improve, and the Office franchise continues to grow. A key part of the Microsoft Office System, Windows SharePoint Services, is being widely...
  • All About Interop

    Quest + Vintela - Java Single Sign On

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    Quest announced they will buy Vintela , the makers of the Vintela Single Sign-on for Java, which allows Java apps to utilize the native Windows identity on a Windows machine. I am hopeful this means bigger and better things for Vintela and their interop...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Microsoft Office Open XML File Formats announced

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    It's a watershed moment for Office programmability: We have officially announced that the next version of Office will have a new open XML file format . A lot remains to be said, but I am going to stick closely to the the press release info (I have this...
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