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  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    PDC 2005- I'll be there!

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    Announced (blogged) today , the PDC is coming. Sure, it is 10 months away, but I'll be there. I'm already planning to do some work with Addison Wesley over there, and it should be fun. Hope to see you there.
  • simon.says

    Off Topic: Blog Reloaded

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    I have some vacation time to take at the end of this month. Aside from generally relaxing with the family and doing stuff around the house, I'm thinking it could be a good opportunity to "reload" my blog. Some of the posts and categories need a little...
  • simon.says

    Using XML Schemas effectively in WSDL Design

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    Here's a nice article for those doing XSD/WSDL first development of Web Services. Credit for the link goes to Christian (which reminds me... I need to test his WSCF release!).
  • Steve Cook's WebLog

    UML Semantics

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    Grady has blogged about Microsoft’s position on UML . His article is a masterpiece of technopolitical spin. He says Microsoft “rejects UML”, and of course we don’t; as my colleague Alan Cameron Wills says, “we don’t want to limit ourselves to UML as a...
  • Steve Ernst's WebLog

    Introduction

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    Hi everyone. My name is Steve Ernst and I am a Software Design Engineer on the Microsoft Business Framework team. I’m pretty new to this whole blog thing so please have some patience with me as I get the hang of it. My two primary areas of interest are...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Help Microsoft develop a better data platform...and win prizes

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    From a colleague on the SQL Server team, the following request/opportunity: This is an invitation given by Microsoft to leading edge application developers to participate in a research survey that seeks feedback on improving the application development...
  • Blog :: CharlieO

    Reminder: Media Center Geek Dinner Tomorrow Night (Thursday December 9)

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    Michael mentioned this over at his blog and I have yet to pile on -- if you want the original details go here . Sean tells me I'm in for one heck of a fun ride, so I'm looking forward to this and hope to see you there. Like Mike, I'll be wearing a black...
  • Erik Dibbern Röser

    SQL teamet har brug for din hjælp

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    I et forsøg på at forstå hvad der rør sig blandt database udviklere, har SQL teamet sat en undersøgelse i gang. Man ser på følgende: eksisterende og kommende udfordringer der potententielt kan stå imellem dig og din produktivitet at lede softwarehuse...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Tuesday at CMG 2004 - "A Performance Process Maturity Model"

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    My favorite talk at CMG yesterday was “A Performance Process Maturity Model”, given by Michael Maddox of MCI. You've probably already heard of the Capability Maturity Model (CMM), which is used extensively in the software industry to measure the “quality...
  • Ben Armstrong

    The Microsoft Archives

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    One of the cool things about working at Microsoft is having access to the Microsoft Archives. It turns out that Microsoft has been quite fastidious about keep record of all product and press releases since the beginning of time. And all of this information...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Covariant return types revisited

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    As I’ve been using the C# language lately I’ve been noticing a few things missing from C++ that I find very aggravating. The first is const safety (but I’m dealing with it), the second is covariant return types. For those who haven’t used them before...
  • Santomania

    [OT] The ultimate BackDoor

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    While browsing a slashdot article (" Programmer Built Vote-Rigging Demo for Florida Politician ") I found a link to this brilliant backdoor : Ken Thompson 's 1983 Turing Award lecture to the ACM revealed the existence of a back door in early Unix versions...
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