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  • Mike Harsh's Blog

    New Windows Forms FAQ on the Smart Client Dev Center

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    Stuart Celarier and the good folks at MSDN who run the Smart Client Dev Center have posted a very comprehensive Windows Forms FAQ . It has all the info from George Sheperd's Syncfusion FAQ, all the information from the old http://windowsforms.net FAQ...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    The Canadian Strategic Architect Forum

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    Join top architecture experts at the Canadian Strategic Architect Forum. This prestigious, three-day conference has been designed specifically to meet the needs of enterprise strategic, solution and application architects like you. The event features...
  • Partho's Weblog

    Visual J#: What is it?

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    Sometime back the following question came up on an internal discussion: "How to call method written in x lanuage from C#. In particular, I have several Java-language classes that I don't want to rewrite them in C#. How can I call them from C#. I understand...
  • Write Ahead Blog

    Introduction

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    I finally figured out how to get one of these .Text blogs setup on the http://blogs.msdn.com website. It was tricky to tweak the CSS in order to make it look and feel like my homepage . But finally the "Write Ahead Blog" is alive. I joined Microsoft just...
  • Mike Kelly's Blog

    Office Online and "Content Watson"

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    Hmmm... it's been a while since I've been here, hasn't it.. Guess I've been busy... One of the things my team does is the Office Online site. Now that's probably a bit arrogant, because the reality is that there are hundreds of people who "do" the Office...
  • Visual Studio Data

    What it feels like to be a tester (by yag)

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    Last week, our Test Manager, Cameron, posted an entry about what it means to be a tester. Today, Santosh from the C# team posted an awesome entry about what it *feels* like to be a tester. Thanks, Santosh - it was a great ride...
  • Getting the word out!

    Checking your in parms.

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    Working with several customers over time I come across a common coding practices (note I did not say best practice), that I promised I would one day start blogging about. I have seen in many scenarios where developers are just doing too much work when...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    13 nouveaux correctifs Microsoft prévus pour le 8 février 2005

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    Treize correctifs corrigeant des vulnérabilités Windows, SharePoint et Office, .NET Framework, Visual Studio, Windows Media Player, et MSN Messenger http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/advance.mspx On February 8, 2005, the Microsoft Security...
  • annotated in parsing

    It’s not sexy. But it sure is fun.

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    Don’t tell anyone, but it is spring here in Seattle . The daffodils in the patch of dirt outside my front door have started peeping out. A blossom tree on my way to work is in full bloom. And I saw an e-mail thread yesterday trying to get a crowd together...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    Power without cables

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    http://splashpower.com/ I'd say that if it works they have a bright future. Considering than now I have a different adapter for each of the following (not everything is mine, but all of them are around): phone(s) bluetooth headset bluetooth GPS antenna...
  • Roberdan

    Building Software That Is Interoperable By Design

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    Every day, businesses face an ongoing challenge of making a wide variety of software from many different vendors work together. It’s crucial to success in streamlining business processes, getting closer to customers and partners, or making mergers and...
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    Digital Black Belt Series - 1st White Belt Class Tomorrow !!!!!

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    Please Join Me !!! Opening Session Tomorrow [Friday] REGISTER NOW: http://www.microsoft.com/seminar/events/series/digitalblackbelt.mspx
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