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  • .NET4Office

    Some new VSTO resources

    If you haven't checked it out yet, Chris Kunicki has created a VSTO Zone at his site that has a bunch of useful information about VSTO: Also, Kathleen has posted some more VSTO video tutorials: Demo 5--How to Resize Excel...
  • Ed Draper

    Another Digital IQ Test

    Perhaps I’m just a weenie, but I’m a sucker for these “how big a geek are you?” online quizzes. I think there’re some interesting things to take away from many of the results. For example, I scored 209 on the following quiz...
  • Bryan's Blog

    New Role at Microsoft!

    Hello All! I've been a way for a while and haven't posted since the Fall, but it is the new year and I have a good excuse for my absence. I have transitioned to a new role at Microsoft as a Program Manager on the Systems Management Server team. The disappointing...
  • WebLog de Stéphane PAPP [MSFT]

    Guy SORMAN – Made in USA - Fayard

    « La recherche de l’égalité est le fondement de l’économie américaine. Si on s’interroge sur les origines lointaines de la prospérité des États-Unis – première puissance mondiale dès 1900, avant que les Européens ne s’en rendent compte -, il faut l’attribuer...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    I wonder what Kim Cameron makes of Light-Weight Digital Identity (LID)...

    I wonder what Kim Cameron makes of Light-Weight Digital Identity (LID) ... According to Johannes Ernst's , LID obeys all of Kim Cameron's 5 Laws of Identity : The Law of Control , check The Law of Minimal Disclosure , check The Law of Fewest Parties ...
  • Ozzie Rules Blogging

    The ASP.NET Team needs your feedback on Masterpage Templates

    Good Friend Brian Goldfarb is specing out the templates and the Masterpage samples you would like to see shipped with ASP.NET 2.0 So if you have an opinion and want it heard please post to his blog at: What would you want out of Master Page templates...
  • Omar Shahine

    RSS xhtml:body

    A while ago there was some hubub about support for xhtml:body in the RSS item tag. Since all RSS aggregators must support the description tag, which contains all the escaped html content of the post, having another tag in the RSS feed that duplicates...
  • Omar Shahine

    Nullable Types

    I'm pretty excited about Nullable Types in Whidbey. The primary reason I care about this is that in my PhotoLibrary (library that exposes EXIF properties of a picture) has lot of value types like int. One neat thing about the class is that using something...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    Creature-house entrance relationship

    I'm running the classical old StarWars marathone, and I can't help to interrupt a sec for blogging about a detail I noticed only now and always eluded me earlier: C-HE relationship: the shorter the creature, the rounder the house door. That holds for...
  • Ozzie Rules Blogging

    Upgrading Access Applications to managed code.

    This has definitely been the hot topic for the week! -Over 4 questions in the last 5 days! The last customer I met with had a very rich UI, all the data already located in SQL, and the .NET framework already on the client machines but was still looking...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Anti-Spyware Beta Download

    One of my peers here in New England, Sheila Rich who is a Partner Technology Specialist for our Small and Medium Size business pointed out a link that everyone should hit. The recently acquired anti-spyware package has been released in beta. This is some...

    My First Moleskine

    The other day, I was in Borders and I discovered this little notebook. It had a story printed on the wrapper and I found it really intriguing. I didn't buy it, but I did go home thinking about it. I then saw a post in Danny Gregory's blog where he mentioned...
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