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  • Irwin Dolobowsky's Blog

    He's Back Folks!

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    I know everyone missed me the last two weeks, but rest assured, I'm back and on top of things. Thanks to all those who were patient in waiting for a response from me. I was bouncing around the East for two weeks in Bermuda and New Jersey, loving every...
  • Lisa Wollin

    Creating Image Mouseovers

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    After I learned JavaScript, the first thing I did was create an image mouseover. The one I created was relatively simple, just a few lines of code. I've since seen many more complex examples that do basically the same thing as my simple little script...
  • Bit-cycling

    Still alive..

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    It's been a busy few months, and I haven't had time to post -- first shipping SP2, then working on some Longhorn planning. As of Nov 1st, I'm no longer working on Windows Networking (except peripherally). I've joined the the IE team as a senior PM...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Sending Christmas cards: Creating mailng labels automatically

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    A family member sent out an emergency email plea for help: I bought labels: Avery 8160, which have very clear instructions about how to enter names and addresses manually, but nothing about how to use data from an Excel file to do so. Avery.com tells...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Craig Neable has nothing to say on his blog...

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    Craig Neable has started blogging (and aboot time to!) – Craig is a pretty interesting guy, even though he doesn’t think so, and knows a ton of stuff about the .NET Compact Framework – I’m sure Craig is going to have a ton of interesting stuff to say...
  • Michaeljon Miller

    What's with the CRM security descriptor?

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    In response to a number of questions I'm seeing on the Microsoft CRM newsgroup I've gone back through the archives and dug this up. I hope it helps. There's been lots of speculation around the security descriptors in Microsoft CRM, and none of it is quite...
  • Roberdan

    Webcast ITA: Le funzionalità base di doc management di Windows Sharepoint Services

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    Le funzionalità base di doc management di Windows Sharepoint Services     Ora inizio: lunedì 13 dicembre 2004 10.30 (GMT + 1.00 h) Roma, Stoccolma Ora fine: lunedì 13 dicembre 2004 12.00 (GMT + 1.00 h) Roma, Stoccolma Descrizione...
  • Live Search

    Visit us at SES

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    Next week myself and a couple of others are going to be at SES in Chicago. We’ll be doing demos of the Beta , fielding questions and listening to what the attendees have to say. Stop by, say ‘Hi’, and get a t-shirt (we’re right by the entrance). On Tuesday...
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    Don Box on Technical Presentations

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    Don Box , of COM and SOAP and Web Services and .NET fame, shares some good advise about what goes into a technical presentation over at Channel 9 . The tip about lowering one's voice alone is worth the 20', which are packed with good stuff anyway. Certainly...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Irish Game Development Talk in the Digital Hub (or, 'The quest for Pao Rialto')

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    I was a last-minute addition to a panel discussion last night in Dublin’s Digital Hub about the future of Game Development in Ireland. Ireland is a country where we have a publisher (Microsoft), some very strong middleware , but almost no international...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Using non-Automation compatible types

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    A customer asks: I’m using a third party COM server dll with my VFP8 application. One of its methods requires a structure as a parameter. It seems to me that unlike with dlls, where you can trick VFP into substituting a character string for a structure...
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    CHECK IT OUT - The Code Room Pilot Episode

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    How cool is this !!! MSDN Events TV on The Server Side .NET The Code Room Pilot Episode Of check out the TheCodeRoom.com
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