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  • oliverlu's WebLog

    你会不会用自己公司的产品?

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    如果你们公司生产盒饭,那么你们自己的员工会不会吃自己生产的盒饭?相信如果员工都对自己公司的盒饭很感兴趣,这家盒饭公司一定是生意红火。 这个比喻不是很恰当,但有一定的说明意义。对于一家软件公司,也是一样。看到微软的一个信息,微软把 SAP R/3 也移到 SQL Server 2005 Beta 2 上面去了。 http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/features/2004/sep04/09-30SQLServer05.asp 对于微软内部使用 Beta 产品,倒是没有什么惊奇的...
  • Michael Rys

    SQL Server 2005 CTP XML functionality enhancement (also known as the SQL Server XML Christmas presents)

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    The article provides information about whitespace preservation when parsing XML and gives an outlook of what to look forward to in Beta3 in the XML space...
  • Lisa Wollin

    Modifying the FrontPage Date/Time Web Component

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    If you've ever inserted a date or time using Date and Time on the Insert menu in FrontPage, you may have wondered how you can change the date and/or time format. Well, you're not alone. We recently had the following comment from a customer asking for...
  • Rob Earhart's WebLog

    Yet another reason not to handle all SEH exceptions

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    ... you'll probably forget to call _resetstkoflw() in your exception handler when it's a stack overflow exception. This re-establishes the guard page, so that the next time the thread hits a stack overflow, it'll get another stack overflow exception;...
  • Dean Rowe's WebLog

    A Sad Day

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    I’ve just noticed that Syon Bhattacharya passed away yesterday after fighting stomach cancer through a post on Larry Ostermans’s blog I never really knew Syon but he was instrumental in the early days of MovieMaker when we were hooking up Direct Show...
  • Being a new PM at Microsoft

    Cool toys to play with

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    Playing with cool software has always been something I really enjoyed. Primary reason being it allows you to admire the works of a talented set of people. They are a manifestation of the fact that there are so many problems in the tech world which I am...
  • Glen's old blog

    Aren't microbes cuddly?

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    Well, if you get them from GIANTmicrobes they are! :-)
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Recruiters and commission

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    Simon’s comment on my last post made me aware of a fact I always assumed you all know … but actually you may not. While agency / headhunter recruiters often get paid “per placement,” most corporate recruiters (Microsoft included) receive a steady annual...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    New .NET Show Episode: ADFS

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    There's a new .NET Show posted just in time for the holidays. Check it out here: ADFS Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS, formerly known as "TrustBridge"), is an identity and access management solution which provides a secure environment...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Contractual Obligations (or, 'First Contact with Contracts')

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    Christian Weyer led a very interesting discussion last night at the IrishDev meeting about the importance of Contract-First Web Service design. What Visual Studio needs, in his estimation, is a good WSDL designer that would allow architects to focus on...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    New XP Embedded tutorial videos now available!

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    Hey all, some folks on the XP Embedded team have recorded some video demonstrations of various features of XP Embedded, including walkthroughs of some of the new XPE SP2 features. Click here to check them out today! I did the Device Update Agent (DUA...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Changing Jobs

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    I became a Microsoft employee in May of 2000, and I've been a consultant in our Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) organization for the past 4½ years. Although I've thoroughly enjoyed my time in the field, I've always wondered what it would be like to...
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