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  • Ryan Storgaard's Blog

    Some SQL 2005 Resources for ya

    I put together some SQL 2005 resources for one of my ISV's so thought I'd share with you... Most of the questions I get are from people wanting more info on Reporting Services so I've highlighted that below. Upcoming Webcasts Lots of upcoming webcasts...
  • Powertoys WebLog

    Happy Birthday to our Friends @ SharpToolbox

    Fabrice has been aggregating all sorts of Developer productivity enhancing tools for just over two years now and I wanted to say thanks for all the hard work and Happy Birthday! Via Fabrice : SharpToolbox is two years old Two years ago, I started collecting...
  • Jonathan Hardwick gets funding (at last!)

    Congrats to Joshua Schachter for (finally :-)) announcing that he’s taken the money and will now work full-time on , his pioneering social bookmarking/folksonomy/community tagging service. Whatever you want to call it, delicious changes...
  • I'm not a Klingon ( )

    Example using Custom Cultures to "combine" cultures in .Net Framework v2.0 (Whidbey)

    A few of you have asked how to create something like es-US. (Spanish in the US). Here's a start of how you might do something like that. This code has many faults and concerns, so you should look at how these work for your application. I didn't include...
  • IEBlog

    Understanding the Windows lifecycle policy (for all you IT Pros out there)

    With so many customers relying on IE, it helps to get a solid grasp of the Windows Lifecycle Policy , which at first blush can appear to be a bit cryptic. Fortunately I think I can shed some light on Microsoft’s policy with these simple rules: We support...

    Sara Ford's Editor Tip of the Day

    Sara Ford is posting a new Visual Studio Editor tip as often as she's able to. This is great stuff. You can see her first post here , and these are a few of the recent tips she's written: Did you know… How to use Full Screen Mode? (Shift+Alt+Enter) Use...
  • Jen's WebLog

    Blogging, recruiting, and me

    A few weeks ago, I was asked to speak about what blogging means to me at Microsoft. It's part of a women's luncheon for my division and the overall goal is to tell people about different types of community involvement. It reminded me of how long it has...
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Usability Survey

    The University of Maryland, Baltimore County has an online usability survey of GNOME. The timing is rather serendipitous in light of my earlier remarks on user feedback and GNOME . It's entirely likely that more than a few people who commented on that...
  • Heath Stewart's blog

    We're Hiring

    The Customer Product-Lifecycle Experience team - part of the Developer Division of Microsoft - is hiring full time software design engineers (SDEs). We're the team responsible for continuing support for products Developer Division has shipped, as well...
  • All About Interop

    Java and MS-Word

    Is it really possible to use any Java application to dynamically generate MS-Word files, complete with graphics, tables, text styles, fonts, and more? Yes, quite possible. And Would you believe? - it's easy too!...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Did you know… How to use Full Screen Mode? (Shift+Alt+Enter)

    Giving a presentation? Want to focus just on the editor (and any interesting tools windows) without modifying your basic (design) view of Visual Studio? Press Shift+Alt+Enter (or View – Full Screen) to enter full screen mode. Whatever happens in Full...
  • David L's Blog

    Dot Net Languages

    Great site that has links to lots of great .NET languages.
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