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  • Mark Fussell's WebLog

    System.Xml V2 book - C'est Fini

    I finished reviewing the final versions of my chapters for the ADO.NET and System.Xml v 2.0 book which was a huge relief. Having read through it numerous times you start to get numb to your writing style. Needless to say the chapters where all re-written...
  • Microsoft Senior Sales Excellence Manager - Eric Ligman

    Answers to common questions and misconceptions in “plain English.”

    Ever wished you could get an answer in plain English to some of your questions without a 100 page whitepaper and an acronym translator? Hopefully this will help… In order to better address several of the common questions we get asked quite often or misconceptions...
  • Mark Fussell's WebLog

    VSLive SF and WSE

    I will be at VSLive in SF arriving on Sunday evening to give two short 30 minute talks on WSE 2.0. The first is on security and the other on the WSE messaging APIs that enable you to use TCP and alternative messaging patterns that are not simply HTTP...
  • Rants of a Hippie Coder

    Stupid browser drag/drop tricks

    At one point folks got carried away with drag and drop. For example: The system menu icon is a drag source in IE and Explorer windows. So you can use it to drag a shortcut to the current page/folder/document to anywhere you want. The icon in the address...
  • Mike Harsh's Blog

    New Windows Forms FAQ on the Smart Client Dev Center

    Stuart Celarier and the good folks at MSDN who run the Smart Client Dev Center have posted a very comprehensive Windows Forms FAQ . It has all the info from George Sheperd's Syncfusion FAQ, all the information from the old FAQ...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    The Canadian Strategic Architect Forum

    Join top architecture experts at the Canadian Strategic Architect Forum. This prestigious, three-day conference has been designed specifically to meet the needs of enterprise strategic, solution and application architects like you. The event features...
  • Partho's Weblog

    Visual J#: What is it?

    Sometime back the following question came up on an internal discussion: "How to call method written in x lanuage from C#. In particular, I have several Java-language classes that I don't want to rewrite them in C#. How can I call them from C#. I understand...
  • Write Ahead Blog


    I finally figured out how to get one of these .Text blogs setup on the website. It was tricky to tweak the CSS in order to make it look and feel like my homepage . But finally the "Write Ahead Blog" is alive. I joined Microsoft just...
  • Mike Kelly's Blog

    Office Online and "Content Watson"

    Hmmm... it's been a while since I've been here, hasn't it.. Guess I've been busy... One of the things my team does is the Office Online site. Now that's probably a bit arrogant, because the reality is that there are hundreds of people who "do" the Office...
  • Visual Studio Data

    What it feels like to be a tester (by yag)

    Last week, our Test Manager, Cameron, posted an entry about what it means to be a tester. Today, Santosh from the C# team posted an awesome entry about what it *feels* like to be a tester. Thanks, Santosh - it was a great ride...
  • Getting the word out!

    Checking your in parms.

    Working with several customers over time I come across a common coding practices (note I did not say best practice), that I promised I would one day start blogging about. I have seen in many scenarios where developers are just doing too much work when...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    13 nouveaux correctifs Microsoft prévus pour le 8 février 2005

    Treize correctifs corrigeant des vulnérabilités Windows, SharePoint et Office, .NET Framework, Visual Studio, Windows Media Player, et MSN Messenger On February 8, 2005, the Microsoft Security...
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