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  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    WEBCAST: Lap around SQL Server 2005

    When: Thursday, Oct 13, 2005 9:00 AM (PDT) Scheduled to Occur: Once Duration: 1:30 SQL Server is a comprehensive, integrated end-to-end data solution that empowers users across your organization by providing them with a secure, reliable, and productive...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    Two New CodeGallery Projects

    Two new CodeGallery projects worth calling out today: Snippy is a tool "developed to ease the life of those creating C# code snippets (aka code expansions) for Visual Studio. If you haven't heard about code snippets yet, they're a new feature we'll...
  • Visual Studio Graphics Debugging

    The X05 event & Xbox360 co-op games

    If you will permit me to back away from profiler talk for just a minute, I saw a lot to excite me at Microsoft’s Xbox X05 event in Amsterdam . I’m not a fanboy enough to think that Microsoft will dominate the PS3 (especially in Japan), but I do think...
  • Aaron Marten

    An last but not least...

    Chetan C has also started blogging! Chetan's primary focus is testing and improving the Visual Studio Automation Object model (otherwise known as DTE).
  • Manish Agarwal

    Resolving references in Team Build ( Part 3 )

    Scenario We have a common project that contains company wide logic that rarely changes and almost every other project references these common assemblies. I don’t want (or need) to build these assemblies with each projects nightly build, but would...
  • MHender Rambles On

    Using Nick's WPF Clock in a Windows Forms App

    (Blogging tunes: Nine Inch Nails - "Pretty Hate Machine") So I got an email from a guy named Mike (what a great name) who has been reading my blog and he thought he would try out some of this really cool interop technology by taking the WPF Clock that...
  • marklon

    Quick tips for fast applications

    Just a short blog today We sometimes get requests to look at performance issues. These are 10 points to consider. 1. If you probably never need something, don’t always get it ready. A typical example of this would be not to load a rarely used...
  • Andy Simonds Blog

    XPS and Open Packaging Conventions

    I've decided it is way overdue that I start blogging about the amazing work we are doing around documents in Windows Vista. 1st topic is to talk about the splitting of the XPS specification into two parts: XPS and Open Packaging Conventions. I'm sitting...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    Bundesamt warnt vor Blackberry

    Der Spiegel:,1518,378159,00.html " Aufgrund der unsicheren Architektur ist der Blackberry für den Einsatz in sicherheitsempfindlichen Bereichen der öffentlichen Verwaltung und spionagegefährdeten Unternehmen...
  • Microsoft Access

    Introducing Access 12

    Hello! I’m Erik Rucker, and I’m the Group Program Manager for Microsoft Access. I’ll be using this blog to share details about the upcoming version of Access, which we’re currently referring to as “Access 12”. I’ll be working with other folks on the Access...
  • Canadian User Experience

    Registration Is Filling Up Quickly!

    Thousands of people have signed up for the various Launch 2005 events across Canada. Don't miss your chance to experience SQL Server 2005, Biztalk Server 2006 and Visual Studio 2005. This is the largest event of it's kind this year. Visit - http:/...
  • Michaeljon Miller

    Old Inside Microsoft CRM blog is back

    It took me a while, but the folks over at Blogger were able to dig up all the old posts and get them back online. Several articles were already reposted here, but there are a few that never made it (including the one that started this whole conversation...
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