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  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Better data entry in Windows Mobile Pocket PC

    When I wrote the input methods section of SPB Tips and Tricks for Pocket PC I tried a bunch of input methods and wrote my impressions of them. Recently I have been running with just the plain old input methods that are default on the Pocket PC. These...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Free training!

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    If you are in the market for some SQL Server 2005 training or Visual Studio 2005 training, you'll want to take advantage of some free resources avaialble now on the net. I'm not sure how long they will be free for, but Microsoft Learning has released...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    Monte Carlo Profiler -- symbols for assembly functions

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    Posted by: Sue Loh I recently became aware of a detail about assembly functions showing up in the Monte Carlo profiler. I was involved in a discussion where someone was having trouble getting profiler hits for assembly functions. They could see the...
  • Doc Holladay

    TechEd: SSO with Windows R2 - Yes!

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    Alright! Windows Server R2 is adding a federated single sign-on (SSO) service called Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS). This allows your Windows credentials to be federated and used across organizational boundaries. There are so many user scenarios...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    WSE 3.0 Community Technical Preview

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    The first public build of WSE 3.0 is now available on MSDN. This build requires Whidbey beta 2. http://msdn.microsoft.com/webservices/building/wse/default.aspx If you're working with web services, you should take a look.
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Visual Studio 2005 Launch Date

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    For those of you who haven't heard yet, we announced at Tech-Ed this morning that Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005, and BizTalk Server 2006 will all launch the week of November 7th. Sounds like November should be a very busy and exciting month for...
  • Matt Powell

    If you are at Tech Ed, Stop by and say Hi.

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    I'm currently workin' the booth at Tech Ed USA here in Orlando, Florida. I'm spending a bunch of my time here at booth # 33 in the Microsoft Pavillion. We are in the booth that discusses the current technologies of the .NET Framework for writing distributed...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Veritas embraces 64-bit Windows/Linux on Opteron

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    Really good news over at The Register . From what I see on Veritas' website, they not only support x64 but also Windows on Itanium: http://www.veritas.com/news/press/PressReleaseDetail.jhtml?NewsId=64752
  • DDITDev

    Nice Shirt! (Posted by Avi)

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    Greetings from TechEd 2005 in Orlando! Arturo and I are here for the week - I'm here with actual work to do, while Arturo gets to make his own schedule and take advantage of the fantastic presentations that are going on. First, let me explain the title...
  • Dave Massy's Blog

    Hiring and mature comments

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    We made a post about hiring yesterday over on the IE team blog There were some less than complimentary comments posted in response which were completely off topic. It was refreshing to see Gerv who's part of the Mozilla foundation post a response asking...
  • Doc Holladay

    TechEd: Check out Windows Server R2 DFS

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    If you get a chance, check out the new Windows Server R2 distributed file system (DFS). Bob Muglia had a demo in his Windows session showing a 25Mb PowerPoint file being copied and used by a branch office and another office with and without DFS. The traffic...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Feedback from TechEd 2005 attendees - Thank you All!

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    Thank you all for the feedback we got at TechEd 2005 and from the folks that posted their feedback and comments on the Free T-shirt post earlier this week. I got a chance to meet most of you as well, and it really made my day to hear some from you all...
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