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  • Roberdan

    Single Sign-On in SharePoint Portal Server 2003

    Single sign-on is a new feature in Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 that provides storage and mapping of credentials such as account names and passwords so that the portal site–based applications can retrieve information from the third-party...
  • Roberdan

    Interoperability Month

    Interoperability Month begins January 18 - are you tuned in? Microsoft announces a month-long webcast series focusing on interoperability – why it matters to the business, common strategies and methods, and guidance on specific implementation scenarios...
  • Roberdan


    Mercoledì 2 febbraio 2005 - alle ore 9:00 presso il Politecnico di Milano, Aula EP1, Via Giuseppe Colombo 40 – Milano   Programma Ore 9.00 – inizio dei lavori - I ntroduzione al tema     Mariano Corso - Politecnico di Milano Gianfranco...
  • Roberdan

    Collaboration webcasts for February

    thx to: Discover Today’s OfficeLive and on-demand webcasts available now Discover how to get the most out of Microsoft Office System to save time and be more productive. Tune in to these...
  • Roberdan

    Share Point Portal Server Webcasts for February

    Thx to: Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: Unlocking the Power of Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 by Connecting With SAP Tuesday, February 01, 2005 - 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Pacific...
  • Don Syme's WebLog on F# and Related Topics

    F# and DirectX - Jack Palevich's Tutorial

    Jack Palevich has just emailed to the F# list recently with a very cool tutorial on using F# with DirectX. I've got the feeling that F# and DirectX will turn out to be an excellent combination - I've been playing with some DirectX samples recently, but Jack's is clearer and more to the point, and what's more is actually up on the web rather than being somewhere on my computer :-). I've suggested some refinements to Jack's code - this is exactly the kind of situation where F#'s value recurs...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Inheritance Demands for Interfaces

    I'm cheating here by re-posting an e-mail I sent the other day... but hey, you don't expect me to come up with new content for this blog do you? :-) Here is a deliberately contrived example of why you might need to protect interfaces with inheritance...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Why would you switch search engines?

    Stéphane asks why any one would switch from Google given that it has become such a part of net culture. People will switch for a faster time-to-answer. Recently I needed to find the Microsoft Knowledge Base article that explained why you shouldn't run...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Interoperability Month Announced

    Interoperability is becoming a hot topic. Interoperability Month begins January 18. this is scheduled to include a month-long webcast series focusing on interoperability – why it matters to the business, common strategies and methods, and guidance on...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Mobile Application Development Toolkit v2.0

    Version 2.0 of the Mobile Application Development Toolkit is now available for download. Overview The Mobile Application Development Toolkit provides all the resources you need to start building mobile applications for Smartphone and Pocket PC devices...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    How to get a V2.0 ICorDebug object

    I think the biggest breaking change in the ICorDebug API is how we deal with versioning. Managed debugging is done via the com-classic ICorDebug interface. In v1.0/v1.1, you cocreate to get an ICorDebug implementation, like so: ICorDebug * cor; hr = CoCreateInstance...
  • Tales from the Smart Client

    Microsoft's AntiSpyware Strategy

    Hmmmm...Kinda hard to tell what the business plans are, but this at least rhymes with what I wrote:
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