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  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    The Microsoft Home

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    The Seattle Times has an article about the latest version of the Microsoft Home. It's hard to believe that the MS Home has been around for 10 years. I remember the old building that it used to be in (building 15 I think) when the "home" was sort of just...
  • Chris Johnson

    Windows XP Media Center Edition

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    Got looking at Media Center on the weekend. WOW. A great experience! Have it changing channels on my Set Top Box (STB) etc... I have not looked or played much with MCE before ... but am very impressed with how it changes the way i watch TV. Here is...
  • John's Blog

    Jetlag and Attributes

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    I don't really want to have one of those blogs were I regail you with details of my recent travel exploits, the fun I had being folded into economy class across the Atlantic, details of my family and friends, what I think of sharing a Shuttle Bus to the...
  • Franci Penov

    Was that really necessary?

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    I just stumbled upon these two posts . Compare them to these two posts . 'Nuf said. Update: To answer the question about my point - the first two posts above are verbatim copies of other peoples's posts, one of them being mine. I am ok with somebody republishing...
  • Jesper snackar dynga då och då. Här är beviset.

    Rea på Windows

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    Om du inte har skaffat Windows XP ännu kan det här vara rätt tillfälle. Just nu får du 200:- rabatt på Windows XP Home Edition och 400:- rabatt på Windows XP Professional . Länkar till mer information finns på http://www.microsoft.com/sverige/products...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    On to different things...

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    I was really waiting for the official announcement internally before I post anything, but that's taking such a long time, that I figured I'd just blurt it out here and all those people internally who didn't know and actually read my blog (yeah, like that...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Remoting Problems (SerializationException) When Using No-Touch Deployment

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    When you launch a .NET application that uses No-Touch Deployment , also known as Zero Deployment , you generally enter a URL into your web browser or have a shortcut on your desktop/start menu that points to the application (i.e. http://localhost/MyDotNetApp...
  • when setup isn't just xcopy

    FlexWiki has released as Open Source on SourceForge.net

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    Imagine a blog entry where I note that FlexWiki has joined WiX and WTL as the third Open Source project from Microsoft....
  • .NET Banana

    Welcome to Andrew Duthie!

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    It's almost too late to do this, but I wanted to publicly say how excited I am that Andrew Duthie agreed to join Microsoft as the .NET Evangelist covering the Mid-Atlantic region. Andrew is a well-known author , blogger , blogger , and blogger , and he...
  • .NET Banana

    New .NET User Group: Hunt Valley, MD, Wednesday, October 27th

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    A new .NET user group will be kicking off in Hunt Valley, MD, on Wednesday, October 27th. The group will meet at the System Source Training Facility . I've been invited to kick off the group with a presentation on SQL Server Reporting Services . I'll...
  • Kam VedBrat

    Kam's New Job!

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    Today I started a new job on the Avalon team! I'm super excited about my new role and my new team. Some of you may remember a little bit about the job I'm leaving from my interviews on channel 9 . I'm a little bit sad to be leaving such a cool job behind...
  • .NET Banana

    Querying XML Data with XPath in .NET: Salisbury, MD, Thursday, October 21

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    Brian Noyes of IDesign will be at DelMarVa.NET on Thursday, October 21st. Brian is my favorite former fighter pilot turned .NET guru. Update: The topic will be Querying XML Data with XPath in .NET. This meeting will be at 5:30 PM on Thursday, October...
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