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  • Brad Abrams

    Thoughts from BorCon04

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    Well, I got to BorCon a little late as I was enjoying California sun. But I did catch Danny Thorpe ’s talk on the future of the Delphi language. I was glad to see for..each support being added. I hear the other guys are adding it as well. I think this...
  • Love that ASP.NET and SQL Server

    Brad Abrams talk at the San Jose dotNet User Group...

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    I attended the San Jose dotnet User Group and listened to Brad talk about the CLR. It was a FANTASTIC talk and was very informative. We talked about the architecture of the CLR and where the BCL’s sit (that is what Brad worked on is the BCL’s...
  • Juan Roman Escamilla

    Frustrado con Burton

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    I have a problem that has filled me with frustration. I don't have 3 computers where I can install Burton; sorry. I can't use it. As for today Bugs are being kept as Issues in an extended list in SharePoint and Project Server and it works fine. Can't...
  • hongmeig's WebLog

    Symmetric key based encryption in WSE 2.0 ( part 1 )

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    In WSE 1.0, symmetric key encryption could be done through decryption key provider. Moving to WSE 2.0, every security operation has been bound with a security token, including the symmetric key encryption. There are generally two ways to do a symmetric...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-14

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    Building a Test-Driven Development Example According to Jonathan Cogley , Test-Driven Development (TDD) is gaining in popularity . James Newkirk , Peter Provost and Brian Button are working on a new TDD example named Bookmark Collection. You can catch...
  • Harsh Shah's eBlog

    Configuring common user settings and Policies in runtime

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    Severeal common user settings and policies can be set using gpedit.msc (Group Policy Snap-in). This includes desktop, start menu, taskbar, contorl panel, logon, network and power management related settings etc. Have you ever wondered how to remove logoff...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Japanese Architects and Malaysian TechEd

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    After spending Monday morning exploring Shunjuku, I had meetings and dinner with the local architect evangelists followed Tuesday morning by a meeting with the local evangelism lead. (which was in turn followed by a flight to Kuala Lumpur which is why...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    Steve Ballmer Rocks! And (sigh) so does Derek Jeter...

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    Microsoft held its company meeting today. I always love to tell the story about the first company meeting I attended. It was two years ago in the Fall of 2002. They held it at Safeco Field and it was one of the greatest experiences I ever had. 20,000...
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    Are you into winforms?

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    If so you must see this : Tune in and learn how to build Microsoft Windows Forms applications and Smart Clients in Microsoft .NET. We will take you through all the steps to build an application, as we cover object oriented concepts and delve deep into...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    How to detect what .NET Framework 1.0 service pack is installed

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    I posted information here earlier today about how to detect which service pack is installed for the .NET Framework 1.1 (and will also be able to be used for future versions of the .NET Framework). Since then I've done some additional research to figure...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    As Hurricane Ivan approaches my hometown, I’m forced to watch the action from Seattle

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    It’s a rite of passage on the Gulf Coast to be a part of a major hurricane. Most of the people I’ve talked to today think I’m crazy that I wish I were home for Ivan. But they have never lived through hurricanes like we gulf coasters have. There’s something...
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