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  • Brad Abrams

    Fun with Anonymous Methods

    A recent thread over an internal alias really drilled home some details of how Anonymous Methods in C# 2.0 work… If you have the Whidbey Beta you can check it out for yourself, but try to figure it out without running the code… What...
  • Sushil's WebLog

    XML Data type in ADO.Net v2.0 - Part II

    In this section we will look at ways ADO.Net v2.0 (Code named 'Whidbey') allows us to insert/delete/update Xml data values in a table containing Xml column in SQL Server 2005 (Code named 'Yukon'). With earlier versions of the .Net Framework (1.0 and 1...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Dino visits Bedrock...

    Dino brings you his latest -- an excellent article discussing using inheritance to add features to common ASP.NET classes, like the Page class. He shows how you can add page refresh, long process handing and more to *all* your pages in one fell swoop...
  • Microsoft InfoPath 2010

    Conditional Presence versus Conditional Visibility

    InfoPath supports a feature called Conditional Formatting which allows among other things to show or hide sections of the form based on some condition. However, the underlying XML data still stays there even though it is not visible in the view. What...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium


    Whatever your political leanings, you have to love this application of technology ...
  • Jason Barile - Testing Testing

    YAHB - Yet another Hatteras blogger

    Another one of our Hatteras testers, Jim Presto , has started a web log. Jim's been with us at Microsoft for almost a year and has become something of an expert in Team System server setup and configuration, as well as our Visual Studio user interface...
  • Being Scott Densmore

    IServiceProvider my old new friend

    I used to work with IServiceProvider in my COM days (sshhh don’t tell anyone). It was a great way to build communication lines between objects and then proffer (IProfferService) other services. To do this, you need to be a container for services...
  • BizTalk Core Engine's WebLog

    Okay, so where do subscriptions come from?

    So where do subscriptions come from or more importantly when do they appear. As we described in our earlier post, there are two types of subscriptions, activation subscriptions and instance (correlation) subscriptions. All activation subscriptions are...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    WiFi at TechEd Australia

    The above photo is the access point at the National Convention Center . It is NOT the access point providing WiFi I have it on good authority that the WiFi network at TechEd is awesome. I used it on Monday and it worked like a dream. It was put in...
  • Paul Andrew

    Other TechEd New Zealand Bloggers

    It's the end of the day in my hotel room at TechEd New Zealand. Before I shutdown my GPRS for the evening, here's some other TechEd NZ bloggers I found. TechEd Bloggers Main Site Nic Wise in the session most predicted to be packed Harry Pierson...
  • Paul Andrew

    TechEd New Zealand Day 1

    Day 1 of TechEd New Zealand is done. We had a smooth registration of 1800 people - thanks to the 600 people who can in on Sunday afternoon to register, lessening the load of registration this morning. The non-IT keynote by Dr Joe MacInnis was really good...
  • James Newkirk's Blog

    patterns & practices - Enterprise Library Announced

    Well summer vacation is over and it's back to work. I have a number of things which I have been working on over the past few months. The biggest news is the public announcement of Enterprise Library for patterns & practices. I encourage you to read...
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