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  • Jason Zander's blog

    Bucharest .NET User's Group

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    We just wrapped up our recruiting trip to Bucharest. On Monday 24-January, Brand, Ronald, and myself attended the .NET User's Group hosted by Dorin Badea of the Microsoft office and Microsoft MVP Aurelian Popa who did a talk on OSS for the group. The...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Codec Installation Package

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    Sort of a note to myself. I was on an e-mail thread last week with some people who couldn't play a video because they didn't have the appropriate codecs installed. This download should get a WMP installation up to date: Codec Installation Package...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Technorati tags (updated)

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    Time to try out the Technorati tags I think. Technorati:[Tags] Update 30 Jan 05: Like Tim Bray , I think there is something potentially really interesting about the tags concept (see David Sifry's overview). But I'm a bit confused. I get the concept,...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    It's a photo finish at the inaugural Guerilla Coding Party!

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    Well, ladies and gentlemen, after a gruelling overtime slug and a five-minute presentation from each team, the judges met, deliberated, threw shapes, threw chairs, reached consensus, and finally declared Team 3 the winners of the inaugural Guerilla Coding...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Security Reading for the Weekend

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    This went live Friday, but we didn't have time to get it headlined. Dino Esposito wrote a nice article for Kent and me that discusses some of the security features of ASP.NET. As usual with Dino, this is great stuff: Take Advantage of ASP.NET Built...
  • Omar Shahine

    Windows Indexing Service + ASP.NET = CannotDebug

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    Agrhhhhh! This is why I hate computers sometimes. Based on this post that I saw a few days ago I enabled the Indexing Service on Windows XP. Well all of a sudden I started getting: Parser Error Message: Access is denied: [name of .dll here] When...
  • White.Steve.Blog

    Faking is not good enough

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    Despite having studied some fairly highbrow harmony textbooks, it was actually the Beatles book (listed in the previous post) that prompted me to start distilling what I was learning into software. I’m sure I saw a quote once which said that a program...
  • Cameron Beccario

    Analyzing the aggregate music tastes of Mac, Windows, Linux users

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    Recently, a friend of mine introduced me to Audioscrobbler . Using an audio player plug-in, your music choices are collected and compiled into an overview of your musical taste, accessible from the Audioscrobbler website. The website also displays a list...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Guerillas enter the final lap in overtime deathmatch action!

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    Faster than you can say " infinite cat ," our intrepid code artists have entered their final lap as the competition is extended by a whopping half an hour! Yes, you heard me right, folks: with the sun now set, the mysterious Team 4 now appearing from...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Moving to Redmond

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    On Monday I start my new role at Microsoft, this means I'll be relocating from London to Seattle, taking my family with me at the end of Feb. As you might imagine, I'm really excited: New role, new city, new country! I've been to Seattle a few times before...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Guerilla Code Party races into the second lap

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    Well, speaking as a cheeky judge , I have to say that the competition is looking pretty hot as we gallop into the second lap. The cleverly-named Team 2 is ahead by a nose, with their rivals chomping at their bits and bytes to take the lead. The bets are...
  • White.Steve.Blog

    Music Training. Part I. Fundamentals (i)

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    Voices - your songwriting studio Welcome to Voices! Before you learn how to use the software to write great songs you’ll need to know, at a minimum, some music theory and sight-reading essentials. I believe you’ll also need to understand the principles...
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