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  • simon.says

    Interoperability and Integration using Web Services

    More and more, I seem to be getting asked this question: 'Hey Simon, I have an existing application written in Java deployed on IBM/BEA/webMethods/Systinet version x/y/z. I'm looking to build an application using Microsoft .NET and I have a need interoperate...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Chat with the Crypto API Team

    The CAPI team that delivers the Microsoft Cryptography SDK (the unmanaged crypto API, not System.Security.Crytpography), will be having an online chat where they'll answer questions about using Crypto API. They'll also take suggestions for changes to...
  • Sue Loh's blog

    2 [Newsweek] China Changes Microsoft

    • 0 Comments China is definitely a challenge. I can't fault people for not wanting to pay a huge chunk of their income for a copy of Windows, nor do I think the company can afford to sell software at a steeply...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Are you you're companies/teams newshound?

    At Microsoft we have a ton of internal mail aliases. Most of these are for general business purposes like being able to send a mail to a particular team of individuals, but in both the Tablet group and the Mobility group there are two aliases that we...
  • Andy Pennell's Blog

    Visual Studio Key Bindings : why do we do change them?

    Every new release of Visual Studio comes with changed key bindings. Excuse me, “better” key bindings, as the designers would have you believe. I don't buy it. I still use the VC2 key binding set, because for me F8 is Step Into. We should...
  • Man vs Code

    Dodgeball: A True underdog story - comes out tomorrow

    See here . I am wondering what the other four best picture nominees are going to be this year.
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Can't sleep

    Have I mentioned lately that I love living in the Puget Sound region? I really do – I love the temperate climate, the green, the water, the hills, etc. But some days I just hate the sun. I’ve been up since about 5:15 this morning and can’t...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Signup for the MSDN Flash

    Here I am talking about the MSDN Flash , and you may not be a subscriber, how rude of me! If you are an Australian based developer who uses Microsoft tools and you are not receiving the MSDN Flash , follow this link to sign up . [Now Playing: Mellomen...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Cool Controls for Windows Forms!

    Robert Green blogs about the release of the VB.NET PowerPack. The PowerPack is a set of 7 cool new Windows Forms controls written in Visual Basic.NET. Don't let the “VB“ in the title or your own language bias fool you, you can use these controls...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Putting finishing touches to next MSDN Flash

    I'm quite excited. The first MSDN Flash with me as the editor goes out next week. Hopefully our regular readers will find it to their liking. I have added a subtle personal touch. Oh, I have posted a copy on my blog, as I intend to create a little...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Information Bridge Framework target audience

    In recent blog entry , Charles Maxson asked the question about the target audience for IBF. Which company can implement it? Who should attempt it? His response is, "Anyone who uses Office and could benefit from tighter integration with other systems....
  • Rob Caron

    New to Me: MSDN Available as .CHM & Viewable on a PPC

    In a post I read by Scott Galloway , I learned that MSDN Magazine is now available for download as a compiled help file (.chm): MSDN Magazine Contents: July 2004 -- MSDN Magazine, July 2004 Download this complete issue in HTML Help format: MSDNMag0407...
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