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  • frankgo's WebLog

    Great offer for those of you planning on attending our conference!

    Check out for an awesome limited time offer if you register for the Microsoft Windows Anywhere Conference. The conference is co-located with VS Live in San Francisco next February. We have some pretty exciting material...
  • frankgo's WebLog

    Wow, I thought this was just a large PDA…

    I am down in San Francisco this week at Oracle World, gotta love these folks as they can put on a great conference - twenty thousand plus. The doors to the exhibit hall opened at 5pm last night and I was alone at the Tablet booth with Arin and Michelle...
  • Matt Powell

    Lesson Learned: Don't Fiddle with your Tablet Pen

    During my weekly meeting with my boss (the best time to do stupid things, don't you think?) I had my tablet pc in hand and was taking a few notes w/ the pen. We got into a discussion of one sort or another when suddenly, SNAP! As I'm akin to do with normal...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Microsoft in Consumer Electronic Devices.

    Business Week have an interview with Robert Bach, talking about Microsoft’s Consumer Strategy. The article lists some of the devices that are now shipping that have Microsoft technology inside, this includes XBOX, Media Center PC, Media Center Extender...

    HAL-PC: SQL Server 2005 & CLR Integration

    I will be speaking on SQL Server 2005 CLR Integration at the December meeting of HAL-PC's C# SIG. Needless to say, I will confine myself to using C# ... I think Odis would have me lynched if I used VB!) It'll be a cool overview of the stuff you can do...

    HDNUG Christmas Party ...

    HDNUG is trying something a little different this year. Instead of having their regular monthly meeting in December, they will be having a Christmas party for HDNUG members. Also, the HDNUG Christmas party will be on December 16th rather than their usual...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Server 2003 Security Update.

    From eWeek , today Microsoft released the first release candidate of major security update for Windows Server 2003 – a 316MB download – this provides many of the features found in Windows XP Professional SP2 brought including protection against...
  • Jesper snackar dynga då och då. Här är beviset.

    Localization Bugs: Clipped text, #4

    I've shown how a resource that looks fine to me can still be clipped at runtime, if for instance the font or font attributes change. I don't actually see this happening all that often, save for in Wizards. It's far more common that the text of a label...
  • Sushil's WebLog

    Notification Support in SqlClient Managed Provider

    After a brief hiatus, let me start with blogging the new Notification support in SqlClient MP that is introduced in Whidbey. There are scenarios in which an application would store a cache of data obtain from a DB Server and then re-query from the same...
  • Andrew May's WebLog

    PowerPoint: Using Tags to Store Custom Data

    So, after blogging several times about the Tags functionality in Publisher, I finally took a look in the PowerPoint object model, and guess what I found? However, the tags functionality is implemented a little differently in PowerPoint than in Publisher...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Monday Night Football

    I'm not a rabid football fan, so I usually just watch the Seahawks play, and they're rarely on Monday Night Football, so I haven't seen it much recently. But last night, they were on, and I got to watch their patented "fold it up and go home" defense...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Jeopardy! champ new Encarta spokesman

    I heard on the radio this morning that Ken Jennings, Jeopardy! champ extraordinaire, is the new spokesman for Microsoft Encarta . Very cool. A few months ago, I contacted Ken about a Software Development Engineer role with Microsoft, but he never wrote...
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