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  • Write Ahead Blog

    Building a community debt tracker webapp

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    Having built webapps in Java and PHP, I have been curious about ASP.NET. So I decided to teach myself some basic ASP.NET programming by building a useful webapp. A common problem that I've faced going for dinners/movies/shopping with other single friends...
  • The .NET Show

    New .NET Show Site Design

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    With our 50 th episode, we’ve also redesigned The .NET Show site. Some of the changes include: Cleaner, updated home page, with a look similar to the MSDN Dev Centers .NET Show blog postings available from the Show home page Episode pages...
  • GrantRi's WebLog [MS]

    Home Remodeling and Software Maintenance

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    I just finished signing the final paperwork to begin remodeling our home. Along with the paperwork came a fairly large budget. What strikes me as interesting is that it actually costs more to add on to a house than it does to build things from scratch...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    MSDN Forums Beta

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    What a cool idea! The MSDN folks have taken the code used to support the ASP.NET Forums , and extended it to provide their own MSDN Forums , now in beta. Some of the new stuff they've added is described here: http://forums.microsoft.com/msdn/ShowPost...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Looking at migrating from mainframe to Windows?

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    Well there's an upcoming conference just for you, running in Chicago, IL on May 25th-26th: The Mainframe Migration Conference 2005 is the event for senior executives in companies relying on the mainframe for their mission-critical applications....
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Daniel got the part!

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    Somehow I forgot to mention that we just got notice that Daniel was cast in the Seattle Children's Theater summer season production of the musical " Honk! ". They'll be doing 5 weeks of rehearsals and then 4 days of production afterwards. Daniel was...
  • Daryll McDade

    The .NET Show turns 50

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    The .NET Show just turned 50 --50 episodes old that is. Special guest for Episode 50 --Billg. Nothing real technical, just Bill as a human. Some of the cool things that I gleaned from Bill's segment; - Bill on writing code. Wow...machine code?!? Yikes...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Presentation Tip

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    In addition to a set of tips that I blogged a while back in my life before Microsoft, at one point or another, someone sent me an XP/2003 theme file that configures a machine with good settings for doing demos, particularly with VS 2005, since it no longer...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Two great ways to give us (MS) Feeback

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    Ever wanted to give Microsoft feedback or suggestions on products? While I'm always happy to hear suggestions, comments, or complaints from customers, the reality is that unless it's about a product built by a team I know people on, telling me may...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    May letter on Visual FoxPro web site

    This month's letter contains a summary of some recent Visual FoxPro news as the Visual FoxPro team is busy working on future plans for Visual FoxPro to be announced next month.
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Changes to Functionality in Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition

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    Didn't even know that this exists. Shame on me. From the abstract: "This document provides information regarding features in Windows XP Professional x64 Edition that differ in functionality from Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (SP2). It is important...
  • Toffer's WebLog

    the most un-fun part of coding...

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    Ahhhhhhh, eyes going buggy...that's it...I'm taking a break. I have come to realize that the most unentertaining part of coding for me is the writing of the spec. The funny part however, is that because of a recent project I kinda got thrown into the...
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