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  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Introducing the SQL Server 2005 Service Broker

    Another Record a Demo - Andy Babiec takes a quick look at the SQL Server 2005 Service Broker available here . This is one of the new features of SQL Server 2005 that which adds reliable, scaleable, distributed, asynchronous functionality to database...
  • Brian Jones: Office Solutions

    Native PDF support in Office "12"

    Today's another exciting day as we move closer to Beta 1. We are just wrapping up the MVP summit here in Redmond and we've finally announced another piece of functionality I've wanted to talk about for a long time now. This afternoon Steven Sinofsky announced...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Tour the CLR Security Team

    Mike and I have been spending time this week meeting with the Visual Developer Security MVPs -- having plenty of discussion about what we can do in future releases of the framework and how CAS relates to some of the rest of Microsoft's products. It's...
  • Rob Caron

    Peter Himschoot on Enterprise Source Control with Visual Studio Team System

    Peter Himschoot (Microsoft Regional Director and an architect and trainer for U2U , specializing in .NET, Team System and BizTalk) has a new article on Team System Version Control, which is available on the Microsoft België & Luxemburg MSDN site:...
  • Rob Caron

    Brian Harry on What's New in Team Foundation Server Beta 3

    Brian Harry , Product Unit Manager for Team Foundation , has the scoop on what was accomplished between Beta 2 and Beta 3 for Team Foundation. He also shares some information about some forthcoming Team Foundation Power Toys. Brian Harry : What...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    CEDB, EDB and dynamic properties

    While we're on the subject of EDB.... there is one thing EDB does not allow that CEDB did: creating properties (columns) on the fly. With EDB, once you specify your list of properties for the database, you can't change them. Is this important to anyone...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows CE 5.0 - Which QFE's do you have installed ?

    One of the questions that came up from my Windows CE Tools Feedback post was a question about how to determine which QFE's are installed on a developers PC - actually, there's already a tool out there that does this - The tool (called CEQFECHECK) ships...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    On spotting the difference between MVPs and Microsoft employees...

    Raymond Chen complains about the pass colors for this year’s MVP summit. Specifically, since they were color-coded for products, it’s hard to tell MVPs from Microsoft employees. Luckily, I know the sekrit code — Raymond, look for the letters “MVP” at...
  • 철수네 소프트웨어 세상 [마이크로소프트 지점]

    C# 3.0(삽쩜영)

    PDC2005를 통해서 LINQ와 C# 3.0의 소식은 많은 분들한테 전해졌습니다. Slash-dotted될 정도로 나름대로 업계의 이슈가 되었습니다. 이미 몇년전에 Microsoft Research의 Eric Meijer와 Wolfram Schulte이 작성한 Programming with Rectangles, Triangles, and Circles 를 통해서 LINQ의 개발 가능성을 보이기는 했었습니다만, C# 2.0도 아직 이를 지원할 Visual...
  • Ralph Sommerer's Budget Wisdom

    At las(t)

    I haven't checked out all the details of the new Atlas Web Client Framework yet, therefore I don't know whether I like it or not. What I certainly like is that -- finally -- there has been some progress in the field of interactive Web services since I...
  • graceworld

    What's new in Team Foundation Beta 3

    Brian Harry - PUM for Team Foundation - has just blogged about what you'll find new in TFS Beta 3: Cool stuff!
  • Buck Hodges

    Brian Harry posts about the changes between beta 2 and beta 3

    A while back I wrote a little about what's changed since beta 2 and the release of beta 3 . Brian Harry , the person who heads Team Foundation (he is Product Unit Manager), has just written the post about what changed. In What's new with TFS Beta 3...
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