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  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Another career option...

    The first time, I thought it was a joke. I'd just written a short link post , and I'd gotten the following comment in my blog: When is the proper time to get up and leave the breakfast lunch or dinner table,whether it be with your spouse and childen and...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Ya Gotta Larf

  • Chris Garty's Weblog

    Longhorn: We have a date!

    In case you haven't seen it yet, we have a date for Longhorn !'s coverage even includes an interview with Bill Gates . As expected, the company on Friday announced a new road map for Longhorn, its revision to Windows XP. The changes--removing...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Atlanta .NET User Group Tonight

    Arghh... 2 hours until this meeting, hopefully it hits everyone's aggregators in time. Tonight's Atlanta .NET User Group meeting should be a great one! Starting off the night, Doug Ware of Magenic will talk to the group about the Visual Studio Express...
  • Nick MacKechnie

    Exchange Server 2003 Administration & Client Access Guides

    Exchange Server 2003 Administration Guide Last reviewed August 2004. This guide will help you make the most of Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 by explaining the core concepts of Exchange administration. Overview This guide explains how features work in...
  • Reckless

    Surfing - A newbie all over again

    I went surfing yesterday for the first time since my knee surgery and feel awesome. I am learning aspects of my life all over again. I took the advice of my PT and did not push it. Baby steps all the way. 3 waves and a very expensive speeding ticket later...
  • greggm's WebLog

    Configuring XP SP2 to enable remote debugging for VS 2002/2003

    Soon we will get the remote debugger KB article fixed, and this blog will be useless. In the mean time… Basic steps to get remote debugging to work after installing XP SP2: Configure DCOM on the Visual Studio computer Configure Windows Firewall on both...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Assembly Level Declarative Security

    Assembly level declarative security comes in three forms, RequestMinimum, RequestOptional, and RequestRefuse. The three can be briefly defined as: RequestMinimum -- the set of permissions that are absolutely required for this assembly to run RequestOptional...
  • Aakash Kambuj's blog

    Talking about SQL server topics

    Hi all, My name is Aakash Kambuj, and I'm a developer on the SQL Server team, working on SQL Server 2005. Over the next few weeks, I'm going to be writing about some of the more esoteric features of SQL Server and Transact-SQL, like FOR BROWSE and Bulk...
  • Tom Miller's Blog

    Who would have thought road trips involved so much driving?

    I guess I should have realized that since I did use Streets And Trips 2005 to actually plan the trip, but I'm here to tell you.. Reading about a 2-day 19 hour one way drive is a lot different than actually *doing* said drive. That being said though, once...
  • Lisa Wollin

    Getting Started Extending FrontPage 2003

    FrontPage 2003 included several different ways to extend the FrontPage application, so if you're interested in extending FrontPage, you'll be interested in the article Getting Started Extending FrontPage 2003 . This is a short article (3 pages) that discusses...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Another Aussie blogger & OPML issues fixed

    Another Aussie .NET Development blogger comes out of the closet - Welcome Angus Logan , a Brisbane boy who is blogging on The Spoke . This brings the list to 49!! Just like the number of medals Australia won in the Olympics Angus also alerted me to a...
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