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  • Nonnenberg's Notes

    Items of interest for C# Developers: Nullable

    Luca Bolognese, the C# Compiler PM, has a series on Nullable in C# going on right now. Check out parts one and two . What is Nullable? Education is available .
  • Mai-lan's Visio Blog

    Visio Use at Microsoft: New Product User Interface Design for Program Managers

    Among other things, Program Managers at Microsoft design the user interface experience for the next generation of product. We work with our graphic designers determine the goals, color, font, and common design elements for screens, but in many groups...
  • Stephen Kaufman's WebLog

    Using SQLXML's at-identity with BizTalk

    I was looking for a way to send data to SQL Server to populate multiple tables in a parent-child relationship without the need to make additional roundtrips. What I describe below is the solution that I put together. The first thing that I found was that...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Unusable RSS ads, courtesy of Jacob Nielsen

    Thanks Jacob, I really wanted this is life insurance ad in my RSS reader when I subscribed to your Alertbox RSS feed powered by 'News is Free' (but at a cost): "Up to $250,000 in life insurance with inexpensive rates. Highly advanced life insurance system...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    Technorati Tags: Why Do Bad Ideas Keep Resurfacing?

    So I just read an interesting post about Technorati Tags on Shelley Powers's blog entitled Cheap Eats at the Semantic Web Café . As I read Shelley's post I kept feeling a strong sense of deja vu which I couldn't shake. If you were using the Web in the...
  • Point2Share

    SharePoint and RSS Feed Generation

    There seem to be a number of solutions out there to help you deliver SharePoint content via RSS, thought I would just put togther a quick summary (in no particular order!): 1. Maurice Prathers Web Part:
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Seeking Wayward

    I thought I'd let you all know about the project I've been working on for the last few months that has unfortunately kept me away from what I like to do best. It's the eve of the MSN Search engine release and soon all the world will know what I've been...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Thinking Like a Hacker

    Un article de 10 pages datant de 2002 écrit par Eric Schultze, Chief Security Architect chez Shavlik Technologies et traitant de la méthodologie utilisée généralement dans l'attaque d'un système. Thinking Like a Hacker
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    ASP.NET Connections

    In March, we are sending several members of the product team to lovely Orlando to speak at the ASP.NET Connections conference. DevConnections consistently puts on one of most educational and entertaining regional shows and provides great access directly...
  • Roberdan

    Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 on HP BladeSystem servers

    This white paper discusses deploying Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 on HP BladeSystem servers. Subjects covered include: the business cases for employing blade technology how blades fit within the SharePoint Portal Server 2003 architecture deployment...
  • Roberdan

    Microsoft Portals Resources

    Microsoft: Portal Product Sites TechNet http...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Cutting "crashdump" support from the Visual Studio Debugger

    Scott writes about the proposal to cut crashdump support . Let him know what you think. Personally, I think we should be much more aggressive with culling features, as we also add new ones. You end up with a cleaner product that is a better fit.
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