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  • shawn's blog

    RSSCalendar - share your calendar in a feed

    UPDATE: There's no way to bulk upload an Outlook calendar, then keep it synced. Uninstalled...B-( Interesting – giving this a try today. Do we Windows wonks finally have something as brain-dead simple as iCal for calendar sharing??? ...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    TechEd Australia attendees - Win an XBOX at Captaris Booth #22

    I got an email from one of the exhibitors at Tech Ed Australia . Just letting you know that Captaris has a booth at Tech Ed and is running scheduled demonstrations of Teamplate for .NET and its various integrations with Microsoft products. We are...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Off to Canberra for TechEd 2004

    I'm about to head down the Hume Highway and make my way to Canberra for our upcoming TechEd . You can follow all the fun on TechEd Bloggers . In the meantime, let's relive the wonders of TechEd 2003, from my previous posts (in reverse chronological...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Is Ed Kaim obsessed?

    Lately Ed can't stop blogging about me, Dan Can't Stand The Heat , and Isn't My Boss Funny? . I think he's obsessed and the latter of the blog posts is false. Has anyone done any competitive activity with Ed (Xbox, hockey, line dancing)? How exactly did...
  • Luca Bolognese's WebLog

    I'm buying a house...

    I think I've been misinterpreted in my previous posts. I'm not suggesting that renting is better than owning. You have to run your numbers and make your own choice. There are many assumptions to consider (financial and not). The not financial ones often...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Reverse engineering a setup - lesson 1 - .NET Framework 1.1

    Hey all, as I promised a while back, I wanted to walk through some examples of how I approach reverse engineering a setup package to learn how it works, make any necessary changes, figure out command line switches, etc. I apologize for not posting anything...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Another last Minute Chat Reminder

    The Import/Export settings team is hosting a chat @ 1pm pacific time today to talk about this feature in VS 2005. It was one of the most requested features from users and now you have it. Stop by and ask your questions to the team behind this awesome...
  • Ryan Storgaard's Blog

    "NAP" - Not just a cool acronym!

    I was reading Ari's blog this weekend and he discussed “NAP” Network Access Protection which is a new feature in Windows 2003 Release 2. I hadn't heard of this yet so I read a bit about it and it's a very cool concept!! Basically, NAP provides...
  • Rudi Larno's WebLog

    Python for .NET

    I've read some stuff around Python for .NET before and I found the article from Jim Hugunin very interesting, especially for getting a better insight on how the CLR works internally. Turns out Jim has joined the Microsoft CLR team , and is starting...
  • Richard Godfrey

    Nice all-round smart client examples

    A while ago Lester Madden gave me a DVD he and some other folks have been working on called We Rock 247.Net. It sat on the shelf for a few weeks, but I dusted it off and took a look the other day. If you're into building smart client apps using .NET,...
  • One Louder

    Watch out for "Sales and Marketing"

    Most recruiters looks at hundreds, possibly thousands of resumes a week. As much as I'd like to tell you that a recruiter thoroughly reviews your entire resume before making a decision on whether to contact you, that's usually not true (hint: the top...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Comment Policy is now up.

    I got nailed by a new blog-spammer yesterday, so it's my turn to follow KC and Raymond and post a comment policy. My new comment policy can be found here . It's unlikely to change anything, except for the blog-spam, I've never had any issues with anyone...
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