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  • Michael Rys

    StylusStudio interviews me

    StylusStudio, in their ongoing series of interviews interviewed me a couple of weeks ago and have now published it on their website . And I received the opportunity to plug SQL Server 2005 , my co-authored XQuery book and my weblog :-). Thanks to the...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    What's a Code Camp?

    If you haven't already experienced one, or talked to folks who have, you might be a little confused by my cryptic announcement that I'll be posting info on the Mid-Atlantic Code Camp soon. To further whet your appetite, take a look at the Code Camp Manifesto...
  • Mark Fussell's WebLog

    WSE 2.0 SP3 Released to MSDN

    WSE 2.0 SP3 has just been released on MSDN here . There are no additional new features just stress, perf and security fixes plus some other less significant fixes. Typically just the last two SPs are left on the download site, but we have decided to keep...
  • Live Search

    MSN Found

    So, we’ve been reading some interesting posts lately about MSN Found . It seems that people are taking us a bit too seriously and have a not-so-accurate perception about what it’s really about. The campaign is simply meant to be an alternative way to...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Présentation de Microsoft ISA Server 2004 par le laboratoire des Technologies Microsoft

    " Cet article présente la nouvelle mouture du pare-feu de Microsoft . Nous commencerons par traiter de l'installation d'ISA, puis nous évoquerons sa configuration au niveau théorique mais aussi au niveau pratique par le biais d'exemples. Enfin nous verrons...
  • Mario Esposito @ uncle Bill's house

    Podcast time

    Wow, I was one of the last people on earth to believe in the blog craze . I remember saying... "Why does it matter? It’s the newsgroup concept, mixed and reused..." ok ok...I was partially wrong; I admit it with no fear. But I found out about the podcast...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    More controversial than Chris Rock? Java and WordProcessingML

    It's interesting to say that curious four-letter word: Java . Equally curious is the16 letter word: WordProcessingML . I spend a lot more time working with the latter (and XML generally) than I do with the former. But, they are not mutually exclusive...
  • Office Development is more than VBA

    IBF Service Pack 1.5 released

    Das Update für das Mitte 2004 erschienene Information Bridge Framework ist nun verfügbar. Neuerungen auf einen Blick: Integrierter Debugger, integrierte XSL-Transformationen, Unterstützung für InfoPath und Internet Explorer, neue Assistenten für den...
  • Microsoft Senior Sales Excellence Manager - Eric Ligman

    Introducing the Realizing Business Potential Award for Small Business!

    A New Category in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Program . Innovative technology has the power to help people and businesses realize their full potential. This power is evident with small businesses that in today's information-based economy...
  • Steve Rowe's Blog

    Why building software isn’t like building bridges

    I was having a conversation with a friend the other night and we came across the age-old “software should be like building buildings” argument. It goes something like this: Software should be more like other forms of engineering like bridges or buildings...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Got a community event?

    Do you have a community event (user group meeting, etc.) in the DC area (or elsewhere) that you'd like my readers to know about? Feel free to let me know via the Contact link to the left on my blog home page, and I'll be happy to pass the info along.
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    NoVaSQL meeting tonight cancelled...

    ...due to weather: The Northern Virginia SQL Server User Group meeting is cancelled for tonight due to inclement weather. Stay tuned for details regarding the possibility of re-scheduling this valuable session on Performance Tuning in the near future...
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