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  • jaredpar's WebLog

    Dos and Lotus 1-2-3 Myth

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    http://www.proudlyserving.com/archives/2005/08/dos_aint_done_t.html Adam Barr debunks the "Dos aint done until Lotus 1-2-3 won't run" myth. Includes links to the recent ones that sufaced about IE as well.
  • VishalSaxena's WebLog

    Parsing XML from String in .NET 1.x

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    Thanks Saurabh for the nice post Parsing XML from String in .NET 1.x (PART 1)
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    I see that blogging is paying off . . .

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    I had three candidates in for interviews this week, all who commented on my shoes after reading my previous posts. Since I hate to disappoint the regular readers, I am sure this means I need to acquire a few more pairs on my trip to California next week...
  • Brian Keller

    3d Engine in C#

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    **UPDATED 1/13/06: FIXED URL WITH NEW LINK FROM ALAN. A while back I posted about a J# version of Peter Walser's original IDX3D engine . I recently received an email from Alan Simes reporting that he had done another port, this time to 100% C#. Check...
  • PeteL's Blog

    ASP.NET 2.0 Provider Toolkit Live on MSDN!

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    If you've read Brian's blog , you've probably already heard that we released the ASP.NET 2.0 Provider toolkit. It sounds pretty cool, and has a bunch of great things available in it. Source code for the Access Database providers (these were cut...
  • Will Code For Food;

    C++ SOOOO Slow to Build!!!

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    I think the title says it all!!! Arrrrgggghhhh!!! :-(
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows CE Kiosk Mode - Part 10

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    Getting Kiosk mode up and running on Windows CE has proved to be interesting, and yes, I really do mean that this has been interesting... The existing Windows CE operating system templates ship with one of three shells, Windows Shell (looks like Windows...
  • Eric Jarvi

    static code analysis in the news

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    I remember a few years ago at a software quality conference in Portland telling people in the hallway after talks about these cool static code analysis tools we had, but then having to admit they were just internal. Fast forward to today, the news is...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Reacting to Windows Session events.

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    Sometimes it’s useful to run some code in response to an event like somebody locking or unlocking your desktop via Ctrl-Alt-Del or WindowsKey+L or the screen saver activating You can use the new VFP9 BindEvent to capture WM_WTSSESSION_CHANGE to...
  • MSN Shopping Insider

    MSN Shopping adds Shopping.com

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    Today, we are very pleased to share that MSN Shopping visitors will now have access to millions of products and thousands of merchants through Shopping.com. This is another great example, as is our PriceGrabber relationship, of how we are signficantly...
  • XQuery Inside SQL Server 2005

    Querying Over Constructed XML Using Sub-queries

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    There are a number of cases where it would be useful to be able to run XQuery statements over the result of an XQuery expression which constructs new values. Unfortunately, directly querying over constructed XML is not supported in SQL Server 2005, so...
  • IEBlog

    RSS Features in IE 7 for XP and Windows Vista Beta 1

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    Hi! I’m Jane Kim, program manager for RSS in Internet Explorer. Now that Beta 1 of IE 7 for Windows XP and Windows Vista are released, I want to introduce to you the RSS features that are available in this release. You may be asking what RSS is. It...
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