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  • Kevin B Smith's WebLog

    Eldar's weblog...

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    Here's another blog from the Biztalk product group that is well worth keeping an eye on, Eldar is a Program Manager for the Biztalk engine team, so I'm sure we'll be seeing some great blogs from him.
  • Lisa Wollin

    Two New Web Casts Coming in August

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    Hi, all, we have two new Web casts coming in August targeted at FrontPage interoperability with Windows SharePoint Services sites. If you're working with WSS sites, then you'll be interested these. Please join us. August 25, 1-2:30PM: MSDN Webcast...
  • Peter Taylor's WebLog

    Ororo Monroe

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    I know I just posted my latest blog entry, but further to my deep seated love of the X-Men I just wanted to pass along this link . While I'm sure Li Ruqing is a very nice man, I regret to inform him he's no STORM (a.k.a. Ororo Monroe).
  • greggm's WebLog

    Adding a function to the safeseh list

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    A long time ago, Matt Pietrek wrote a great article on compiler level structured exception handling. Since Matt’s article, the windows and VC linker team came up with a technology called safeseh. Chris Brumme talked about it here . Basically, dlls...
  • Peter Taylor's WebLog

    Uncanny Dynamic Portals

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    Not many people know this, but I am a published comic book author. In 1997, I co-wrote a series for Caliber comics titled “Technopolis” with my good friend Adrie Van Viersen who is – to say the least – an exceptional artist. Adrie has since gone on to...
  • Yasser Shohoud

    FAQ: VS Whidbey is not giving me <insert your favorite WS feature here>

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    Becky pointed out Simon's comment on her blog. Unfortunately the new proxy generation features didn't make it into VS for Beta 1. They're currently only accessible through wsdl.exe. So if you use Beta 1's wsdl.exe to generate a proxy class you'll get...
  • Yasser Shohoud

    Nullable and XxxSpecified

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    Just read this on Simon Fell's site. We've added support for xs:nillable=”true” by mapping such elements to System.Nullable<T>. However if you give us this element declaration: <xs:element name=”foo” type=”xs...
  • Stephen Toub

    Nicknames

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    My folks emailed me this morning questioning the nickname given to me by Kent , so I felt it deserved a little clarification... Brian previously mentioned the MSDN Peacock award when it was presented to Duncan . As the next recipient of the bird, I wanted...
  • Sue Loh's blog

    2 [ExtremeTech, JupiterResearch] A couple of PMC reviews

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    ExtremeTech did a not-so-favorable review of PMC: http://www.extremetech.com/article2/0,1558,1624206,00.asp And an analyst from Jupiter Research analyzed the ExtremeTech article in some depth on his blog: http://weblogs.jupiterresearch.com...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    SourceSafe PowerToy: VSS User Management

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    [ CheckItOut ] “A while ago the SourceSafe product team had a focus week on creating sample applications that solved common community issues. We call them “PowerToys”. The goal for these sample applications is to address frequently asked...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Kang Su Gatlin Interviews

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    This is the list of Channel 9 interviews with Kang Su Gatlin. Kang, one of the program managers on the C++ compiler team, spent some time with Channel 9 talking about C++.: Kang Su Gatlin - The power of C++ in the managed code world Kang Su Gatlin...
  • Angel Saenz-Badillos

    Whidbey ADO.NET 2.0 User Defined Types (UDTs) and Visual Studio

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    User Defined Types are a complicated feature, but it is hard to tell when you are using Visual Studio. All you need to do is create a Database project, connect to a Sql Server 2005 server, add a User Defined Type to your project and then click on Deploy...
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