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  • Roberdan

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  • Roberdan

    Insurance Forms Reference Implementation for Microsoft Office 2003

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    Contained in this reference implementation are customizable samples of mortgage and insurance application forms that can be used by brokers and agents to capture application information. In addition, the reference implementation illustrates how to automate...
  • Roberdan

    Microsoft InfoPath 2003 Decision Tree: Comparing InfoPath Forms to Other Microsoft Solutions

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    Learn which Microsoft product or technology to use for creating client information solutions. The article clarifies the role that Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003 plays in relation to Microsoft Windows Forms, Web Forms, and Microsoft Office Word 2003 and...
  • A.J.Anto's WebLog

    On Nationhood

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    On Nationhood: What I may confide in these pages might intimidate a lot of people. To be really true, I believe that this entire concept of nationhood is a farce. This is because I guess there is nothing natural or divine about any country’s border or...
  • A.J.Anto's WebLog

    My Religion

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    My Religion: Let me begin with a dictionary of religion. Religion: 1) Institution to express belief in a divine power. 2) A strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny. Well, to let you know a bit about myself, I am a Roman...
  • Rob Caron

    Bloopers for Geeks

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    "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." At 10:56 pm EDT on July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the Moon. After the flight Neil said that he had intended to say "one small step for a man". Andy and I...
  • Roberdan

    PKN and Social Networks Change Knowledge Management

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    Personal knowledge networking and social networks give individual knowledge workers direct control over the enterprise's intellectual capital and enable a new "grass-roots" approach to knowledge management. [Read Gartner Article]
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-31

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    Domain-Specific Language Tools Christopher Bowen had an early look at the DSL tools and had some comments that he can now share ( Microsoft Announces Metadata Framework and DSL Toolkit ). OOPSLA Michael Lehman, who recently worked with the team that's...
  • Roberdan

    Messaging Hygiene at Microsoft

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    Detailed discussion on how Microsoft IT manages the large quantities of unwanted e-mail (a.k.a. spam) and malware-infected messages in its inbound Internet e-mail traffic. The paper documents how Microsoft IT uses Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 technologies...
  • Roberdan

    Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 Installation Guide

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    This guide covers the installation of Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 and its related components, including migrating to Project Server 2003 from Microsoft Project Server 2002 and Microsoft Project Central; preparing your servers for installation...
  • David Notario's WebLog

    Jit Optimizations: Inlining (II)

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    In a JIT compiler, inlining can become an expensive optimization (compile time wise): it can involve loading other classes or assemblies, doing security checks, etc... What's worse, even after doing all this expensive work, you may find out that the candidate...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-28

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    OOPSLA Postings Some more blog posts from OOPSLA in Vancouver, BC: Building DSLs in VS ( Harry Pierson ) Other MSFT Bloggers at OOPSLA ( Harry Pierson ) Report from OOPSLA ( Keith Short ) We're out in the open - what tools are you going to build? ( Gareth...
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