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  • MHender Rambles On

    Hosting Windows Forms Controls in a WPF App

    (Tunes I'm listening to while I blog: Soul Coughing- "Ruby Vroom") Okay so we've been talking about the inter-op stuff a little bit, now it's time to get down to business and actually use it. In this posting I will cover the details necessary to host...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Microsoft re-Org - Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division

    The recent announcement by Steve Ballmer has caused me to get lots of email with customers asking whether the re-org impacts our strategy? For those who haven't seen it yet Steve announced that our device division will be the new Microsoft Entertainment...
  • John Gallardo's Weblog

    XQuery Contains vs Fulltext Contains

    The XQuery/XPath 2.0 functions and operators specification defines a function called “contains.” It performs a substring match on the two input strings and returns true if the value of the 2nd string is contained in the value of the 1st string. An example...
  • Server Scalability and Availability


    Hi and welcome! I'm the scalability and availability test lead for the Microsoft IPTV product. As we ramp up the # of users my job is to make sure we can scale and that that our service is available. I'll be writing about general scalability and availability...
  • Mario Hadiwinata's Blogs

    Tips & Trick Category

    Just finish the Exclusive Technology Flash event in East Java today, the sessions is loaded from applying GPO - SMS - MOM. Anyway, it's the same sessions that I've delivered a couple week ago in Jakarta when Microsoft Indonesia introduced Windows Server...
  • Typed XML in SQL Server 2005


    When I started this blog 3 months ago my sole intent was to share knowledge pertaining to the XML data type in SQL Server 2005. I didn’t think I’d write about anything else. I didn’t even think there was anything else I wanted to write about. Well, it...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    PDC Trip Report

    Highlights Customers absolutely love Whidbey and PDC.  Customer quote from the PDC Underground Party, "Visual Studio 2005 is just an excellent product.  Everyone on your team should be really proud.  My overall favorite new feature...
  • Albatross!

    I decided...

    ...that I really did need to have a blog seperate from the IEBlog . I've tried it once or twice before, but never managed to keep it going for long (partly because people DID think I was the drummer for Good Charlotte. I'm not.). I'll give it another...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Problems with my Blog

    FYI: There seems to be a problem with the blog software i'm using where i'm not getting notified about all posts that you guys are making. It's being actively investigated, and i'm hoping for a resolution soon. So if you're finding that i'm not responding...
  • Autokinetic Effect - Erik Saltwell's Weblog

    PDC and Linq, two great tastes...

    I had the great pleasure of helping to represent one of Microsoft's new technologies at the PDC this year, its called LINQ; Language INtegrated Query. I hope to provide a number of posts about the details of LINQ and XLinq over the next few weeks, but I thought I should start with a simple introduction first, for everyone who was not able to make it to this event. ...
  • Steve Cook's WebLog

    September preview of DSL Tools

    The September preview of the DSL Tools is now available. This version has samples to help you start with various popular styles of modelling: class diagrams, activity diagrams, and use case diagrams. You can use these as starting points for your own designers...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Web 2.0 Meme Map and Microsoft

    Tim O'Reilly posted this great Web 2.0 meme map of over at Flickr . (via Web 2.0 Show ) The text in the middle box is interesting. In the spirit of the mash-up (or is it 'mash up'?), I've taken the liberty of adding Microsoft related links to these...
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