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  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Application Compatibility Testing and Mitigation Guide for Windows XP Service Pack 2

    Yesterday, the Application Compatibility Testing and Mitigation Guide for Windows XP Service Pack 2 was published. This guide considers potential application compatibility issues that may arise after a Service Pack 2 deployment. The guide provides mitigation...
  • Juan Roman Escamilla

    Are you being wisely Agile?

    I am currently evaluating different Agile development methodologies for use in a fairly homogenous senior team. Of course XP seems like the most obvious way but we’ve came to the obvious conclusion that XP expects a lot of things to just happen; therefore...
  • vs2005news's WebLog

    MSDN Product Feedback Center Team Looking for... Feedback

    The MSDN Product Feedback Center Team posted their priority list yesterday. In many ways, like the Whidbey Beta, the feedback center site is also looking to improve with your assistance before the Whidbey RTM. With their most recent post they have rolled...
  • TS Tidbits

    New version, MBSA 1.2.1, needed for Windows XP SP2 compatibility

    Users of Windows XP Service Pack 2 will need to update their MBSA to version 1.2.1 for compatibility with SP2 security improvements. Windows XP SP2 users who are running MBSA 1.2 will be automatically notified when they run the tool from the Start menu...
  • One Louder

    Microsoft words...

    Andrew Coates blogs about words that are over-used at Microsoft . I guess I do know what he is talking about. One of my beloved co-workers starts most sentences with "Hey!", but I'm not telling who it is ; ) I've taken to using the non-word "anyhoo" a...
  • One Louder

    Resume word of the day: "Expert"

    I've already told you how important the right key words are in terms of getting your resume/bio/blog found by a recruiter. But lately I've been thinking about what some of those words mean during the interview process . <Taking off my Microsoft hat>...
  • IEBlog

    IE User Experience

    The information published in this post is now out-of-date and one or more links are invalid. —IEBlog Editor, 20 August 2012 My name is Bruce Morgan, and I am another one of the development managers on the IE team. I manage the developers who work...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Has anyone tried migrating posts from to another .Text installation?

    I've set up my own little .Text installation and I'm considering copying (not removing the existing versions) posts to my installation so that I still have a visible archive... has anyone done this before? Happen to have created a tool or script to...
  • Tiho's blog

    Indigo on channel 9

    You want to feel the Indigo ambience? Don Box will walk you through the hallways of the platform for the next generation of distributed systems. COM fans are also welcome. Watch for the Bob’s performance...
  • Shaykatc's WebLog

    Whidbey C# help documentation

    Fredrik in an earlier blog post mentions that he got feedback on our blog that our documentation is poor. I'm currently in the process of looking over our C# documentation on the language, the cool new features in the IDE and the debugger. Do YOU feel...
  • Matt Powell

    Don't mess with the term "SOA"

    Richard Turner warns us about the danger of calling everything SOA . We ran into this same sort of problem with Web Services. People were calling their HTML Web sites a Web Service. That is why Microsoft went the route of referring specifically to XML...
  • Adarsh's blog

    Establishing cookie based session with WebServices and HttpWebRequest

    Create cookie based session with HttpWebRequest One common requirement for Http based application to maintain the session state within the application, if your http based application is using the System.Net.HttpWebRequest class, then you could use Cookiecontainer...
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