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  • atmosphere - the developer blog of Bernard Wong

    new favorite burrito joint in SoCal

    since moving down to (mostly living) in Southern California last year, i've gone through several popular chains of burrito joints. my early enthusiasm for Baja Fresh has almost completely faded away. currently, my faves are La Salsa - they really have...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    Bullet the Blue Blog

    OK, I couldn't come up with a better title for a random entry. Hopefully, U2 fans appreciate it! As promised, a grab bag of comments & responses to a lot of questions. And bullets. Plenty of bullets. I'm going the bullet route to try to organize...
  • Philo's WebLog

    Creating a Structured Product Labeling Editor

    The challenge: use InfoPath to create an editor for the Structured Product Labeling (SPL) subset of the HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) schema. I've done quite a bit of document-centric work, and my philosophy has always been to design an...
  • SMSPerfGuy's WebLog

    SQL and DB Sizing for SMS 2003

    The sizing of SQL DBs for SMS has always be a much debated topic for many years. In SMS1.2 and 2.0 days we generally recommended 1-200kb per client plus 50 Mb for a database size. DB Sizing changes for SMS 2003. Considerations: 1. One problem...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Mini Pac-Man with Sound

    As you may have read in my earlier post about mini-arcade machines , I did end up building the Pac-Man model . But, not satisfied with just a paper model, I decided I’d add some official Pac-Man sounds. Do you remember those greeting cards that record...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Greggm describes how to debug ASP.NET as a non-admin...

    For most folks working with ASP.NET, this should be taken as essential information ... Don't let the Whidbey reference in the first paragraph fool you, by the way, this post describes how to accomplish debugging as a non-admin in Visual Studio .NET 2003...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Whidbey docs up on MSDN's lab servers...

    Check out this link to go right to the VB section... lots of great info in there... or check out the C# section here . (found via the VSTO2 blog... ) Note that this is not a prototype of the next version of MSDN... it is intended to be consumed...
  • doncampbell's weblog


    Welcome to my WebLog. I joined Microsoft about 1 year ago and work in the Information Worker business unit. There is an exciting transformation going on inside Microsoft around the new Microsoft Office System and Information Worker productivity. ...
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System

    Visual Studio 2005 Beta Help is available

    Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Beta Help is now available at . To view the Visual Studio Tools for Office, Version 2005 Beta Help specifically on that site, expand .NET Development, expand Visual Studio, and...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Mobile Team Blog - Moving from eVB -> VB.NET

    There's a post over on the Windows Mobile Team Blog about moving from eVB to VB.NET - could be useful... - Mike
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Describing Blogging as passé is definitely passé

    The fact is blogging became passé years ago. So to now describe blogging as passé is so passé it hurts. (sorry, I don't where that came from but I just had to get that out of my system.)
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    POS - Reboot...

    I purchased a book from Barnes and Noble today, I needed to wait in line before getting to the checkout because the point of sale device has stopped scanning credit cards - the guy behind the counter appologised to everyone and said that the point of...
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