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  • oliverlu's WebLog


    年底了,我们也来一个 SPS2003 相关资源大放送: 界面个性化: 看看他们漂亮的站点,你会惊叹:原来 SPS 可以做得这么漂亮! 编程资源之 SDK: SharePoint Products and Technologies 2003 SDK
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    The big framework (Uwe Keim)

    Uwe Keim posted the following comment to my “Dumber” post. But if I think about the future, I fear that we (the developers) are slightly loosing bit for bit of our knowledge to the "big framework author" (like e.g. Microsoft) and some day...
  • Andy Pennell's Blog

    DVDs in 1080i, from a network share: Nirvana

    I have moved this posting regarding the beta 2.0 software for the Roku HD1000 to my personal web site at ControlAV . Sorry for the inconvenience.
  • .NET Banana

    Serialization and It's Importance: Columbia, MD, Tuesday, January 4th

    Sahil Malik points out that when we write object-oriented programs, we represent the real world by using objects. In order to transport or store the objects, we need to convert them to some form of representation. Most often, this is done by serializing...
  • Betsy Aoki's WebLog

    Turn of the tide

    So 2004 winds to a close. The devastation in Indonesia and Thailand beggars description (despite all the news commentators, who still find ways to talk about something that just leaves me speechless). Advances and retreats in medicine are announced every...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Podcasting with Curry, BBC article

    BBC News "Former MTV host Adam Curry explains why "podcasts" are rapidly filling people's music player hard drives." Bad news is that either the /. effect seems to be nailing his server ...or BT seems to be having capacity issues in Guilford .
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Scooblog on Corporate Transparency - Part 3: What Customers Stand to Gain

    Before continuing on I suggest reading Part 1 and Part 2 of this series. Measuring Customer Gains of Your Transparency Before digging into the subjective measurements I’d like to post a couple of disclaimers. Transparency is not something that every customer...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Enter the Grid

    Mary Jo Foley has a 'scoop' at Microsoft Watch : "Microsoft is working on a skunk-works project that is code-named Bigtop, which is designed to allow developers to create a set of loosely coupled, distributed operating-systems components in a relatively...
  • The Old New Thing

    Using fibers to simplify enumerators, part 2: When life is easier for the caller

    This time, we'll watch the enumerator lose....
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Can't Write

    Can't Write I had wanted to post the follow-up article I’d promised in my last post. But, like Heather Leigh , I’m having difficulty even focusing on what I want to say. I do most of my writing in the morning after I wake up. It’s part of a morning routine...
  • { i c e b e r g D e e p }

    Let’s start looking beneath the tip of the iceberg…

    Greetings!!! My name is Ronald Lintag and I’m one of the thousands of “stone-cutters” here at Microsoft. To those who aren’t on the inside, a stone-cutter is your typical Microsoft developer who works long hours churning out code. In my old team, we liked...
  • jamescon's WebLog

    Back to reality...

    Well it's back to reality for me this week. I've been on parental leave since Thanksgiving. The Microsoft parental leave benefit is awesome. I had a good time hanging out with the kids and visiting Vancouver, Whistler, and Portland during the break. The...
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