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  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    PDC wrap user group session Auckland.

    *For those that attending the User Group Meeting last night in Auckland* It was fun I enjoyed the whirlwind futures tour! It was great talking to a lot of you after the session and feeding off your "excitment" around these technologies! As promised...
  • craigrow

    Someone's talking about Archon

    Archon is the old name for what is now ASI. Vic is talking about it on his blog, but I can't seem to figure out how to leave a comment there so I'll just post here and how he gets a trackback.
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Launch VS SQL & BTS

    * Firstly I wanted to clarify a question I got from a few sources regarding this weeks MSDN Flash * I wrote - "We are coming down to the finish line for the launch of Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005, and BizTalk Server 2006 on November 7th,...
  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    Hello WWF!

    Dharma Shukla and Don Box provide a code-centric high level walkthrough of the Windows Workflow Foundation (WWF), a programming model, engine, and tools for quickly building workflow enabled applications on Windows. Download it here. - Keith
  • Monad

    Duplicate Files 2

    A long time ago I posted a filter (AddNote) for adding notes to objects. Some time later I posted a function (Get-MD5) for calculating the MD5 hash of a file and somebody asked how that could be used in a script to list all the files in a given folder...
  • John Lawrence (MSFT)

    James Dykes blogs about his Team Foundation Server experiences

    James Dykes - a developer in the UK who I've been working with closely - has started a blog about his experiences using Team Foundation . He's actually done some of the most extensive Work Item Type customization I've seen so far - it's been impressive...
  • R.Ramesh's WebLog

    MSDN Webcast on Class Designer

    We had quite a few people attend the webcast. If you missed it you can view it from here . Thanks, Ramesh.
  • Laurentiu Cristofor's blog

    A new blog link

    Here's a link to a new blog that a colleague has started: . The first entry is about the various levels of data protection in SQL Server 2005 and you can access it at:
  • Matt Powell

    Are you ready for Launch?

    At MSDN , we are frantic about getting ready for the upcoming launch of Visual Studio 2005 , SQL 2005 and Biztalk 2006 . The launch events are being organized, the VPs are all getting in line , Steve is preparing for the keynote , we are revamping the...
  • David Broman's CLR Profiling API Blog

    Sample: A Signature Blob Parser for your Profiler

    8/25/10 Update: The sample code linked below is now also available on the MSDN Code Gallery SigParse page. If your profiler plays with metadata, you've undoubtedly come across signature blobs. They’re used to encode type information for method...
  • Cyndy Wessling

    Answers to some common questions

    Thanks for your comments and questions about PDF—I appreciate hearing about how you are using PDF today and what solutions would work for you. I’ve answered a few posted questions below (if you’ve been reading Brian's blog , you’ll have seen most of these...
  • Matt Powell

    WS-TX to Oasis

    Jorgen pointed out that Oasis announced the formation of a technical committee on WS-TX yesterday. Then points out the article on CBDI that says great things about the WS-* effort and the whole Workshop Process. Of all the WS-* specs, WS-TX always...
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