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  • 철수네 소프트웨어 세상 [마이크로소프트 지점]

    IE7 "Beta 1" 발표 후 반응을 보고 한 여러가지 생각들

    - IE7(코드명 Rincon ?) "Beta 1"의 발표로 많은 분들이 말씀하시는 여러가지 이야기를 보고는 갸우뚱하는 가운데 그래도 개발자라면 혹은 자신이 어느정도의 트렌드 캐쳐라고 생각하는 분이라면 IE7 "Beta 1" 뿐만 아니라 다른 어떤 소프트웨어를 살펴보는데 있어서 선물받고 포장지를 평가하는 듯한 시각이 아니라 조금은 소프트웨어 답게 바라봐줬으면 하는 생각이 많이 들었습니다. 개인적으로 비평은 소프트웨어가 가는 방향에 긍정적인 도움이...
  • All About Interop

    Analyzing non-Microsoft LDAP Stores

    Analyzing non-Microsoft LDAP stores AD/AM is is "Active Directory Application Mode". It is a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory service, based on Active Directory technology. You can run ADAM on Windows Server 2003, or on...
  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    CAB file utility

    Have you ever built a cab file and then lost the original INF? Or ever wondered just exactly what settings a Pocket PC theme uses? Windows XP includes shell extensions that can show you the raw files inside a CAB but at first glance what you see bears...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    .NET Rocks! is Hitting the Road!

    That's right, America ! Carl Franklin, Richard Campbell, Geoff the sound guy, and a makeshift podcasting crew are hitting the highway in a big RV on a coast-to-coast road trip from Boston to San Francisco October 12th to November 7th, 2005! Check...
  • Inside Architecture

    Developing a standard for naming web services within the enterprise

    Sometimes, the first person to speak up, and point out a problem, gets to be involved in solving it. I find that cool. (Call me crazy). Last year, I decided to try to get various folks within Microsoft IT to discuss a naming standard for web services...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Ajax in .Net

    Tim has started a blogversation in our community about AJAX . While I'm no ASP.Net expert and certainly not a AJAX expert, I thought I'd point out this free library for .Net . It comes with documentation and looks quite simple to use. A big thanks...
  • joc's bLog

    Highland games - too much Highlander

    While visiting the Pacific Northwest Scottish Highland Games and Clan Gathering for the second time in my life (I admit it, as a Scot I'm fascinated), I was again struck by the number of participants who felt it neccessary to wear swords. Not just small...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Do it.

    In honor of his five year anniversary with Microsoft, Josh wrote a surprisingly coherent blog entry entitled 5 Tips for Being Successful at Microsoft (Hey, Josh is my husband. I can talk that way about him; you can’t.) :) The reason that resonated...
  • Ultra Liberty

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  • David Wang

    Free SSL on IIS?

    Frequently, users ask about how to enable SSL on IIS and run it "for free" without doing any extra work. Since there is no such thing as a free lunch, I am going to try and explain why and what your options are for "free SSL". Question: I would...
  • George Cerbone's blog

    George awarded MCA

    I have just been notified that I have sucessfuly passed the architecture board, and I am officially a Microsoft Certified Architect . I have to give many, many thanks to my mentors Lewis Curtis , and Allen Stewart, without whom I would not have made it...
  • Euan Garden's BLOG

    Decoding the PDC Lingo on Data

    One of the challenges I alluded to earlier in the PDC process was that we were struggling to provide interesting session titles about some of the new technologies, with out talking about them, I think we did an pretty good job on most. Of course as we...
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