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  • Glen's old blog

    .NET Pub Club - Charlotte, NC!!!

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    The next meeting of the .NET Pub Club Southeast will be following the MSDN Event in Charlotte, NC on June 10th. This will be a fun evening of free food and soft drinks (you can buy harder stuff if you want too!). It's a chance for you to mingle with...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Blogs, Alpha Builds, Customer Community, and Legal Issues

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    Tomorrow I meet with a couple members of the MS Legal team to talk about the various issues that surround our current and future planned community endeavors. Here is a brain dump of my current thoughts that I look forward to looking at after I'm re-educated...
  • natn's WebLog

    Business Intelligence at Microsoft

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    I first heard about blogging during PDC 2003 time and I have been checking out several blogs since then. And here I am doing my own! I am mostly going to focus this one on discussing business intelligence (BI) stuff - the technology, the business, and...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Mars Rover... The problem explained...

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    Interesting blog showing what happened to the Mars rover, and how this was corrected - http://www.jroller.net/page/arjunram/20040222#debugging_across_the_universe1 - Mike
  • Site News

    Really Minor Update

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    I posted a very minor update tonight. You should now be able to go to Admin >> Options >> Preferences and globally turn your comments on or off . There is still NO confirmation the update was successful. There will be a major update in...
  • Brad Abrams

    The SLAR gets a review...

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    Ask and you shall receive … I just saw that Jose Fuentes posted a review of the SLAR … He gives me a hard time for not including VB content… And I understand that… I love VB, some of my best friends use VB… It was a painful...
  • Glen's old blog

    He said what???

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    Some of you that tuned into my webcast (or attended my session) at TechEd might have been surprised when, during the section reviewing the pros and cons of Windows authentication, I stated the following: “So disadvantages are along the same lines...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Bar Hopping

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    A couple of weeks ago, Raymond Chen (I think it was him) posted a link to a funny write up on British pub ettiquette. One bit I recall that was interesting was the general scorn the locals held for unknowing tourists ambling up to the bar in groups, when...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    The Easy Life

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    There was not much to do today, except sit in the sun, float on the waves and take a long nap during the heat of the day. That's the life. That's vacation. That's what it is all about. That's why I do the nine to five (or the eight to seven, or was it...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Microsoft Windows 64-Bit Road Tour comes to Houston

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    Route 64 is coming to a city near you! This one-day Microsoft seminar is designed for architects and professional developers who wish to learn how and why to support 64-bit Windows. We will discuss the business and technical benefits of 64-bit computing...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Sara talks about her life as a SDET

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    Last week, Zoe talked about the Software Development (or Design - depending on whom you ask) Engineer in Test role from a recruiter's point of view , and today, real-life SDET Sara blogged about three days in her life in Visual Studio. Great read and...
  • JRoxe's WebLog

    Not going back

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    In talking to developers down at TechEd, I got the overwhelming feeling that those who had made the move to VB.NET didn't ever want to go back to VB6. Have you made the move? How do feel about it? What was the feature that convinced you that you wanted...
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