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  • FitzBlog

    Web Parts ⊃ Portlets

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    To say “Web Parts are Microsoft’s ASP.NET technology for implementing portlets” would be correct, but grossly incomplete. One key facet of Web Part technology is that we do not intend for them to be for portals and portals alone. Our...
  • Glen's old blog

    Webcast Friday 3/18: Building Applications for the PocketPC

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    I'm doing a cool intro webcast on mobile development today. Bill Steele will be my sidekick, answering questions and giving his opinions as well. In this webcast, you will learn how to develop Windows Mobile-based Pocket PC applications using Visual Studio...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Microsoft Office DevX Portal launches

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    This week we launched a new portal on DevX: Microsoft Office Professional Developer Portal . The DevX portal is a oriented around promotion. You will notice that nearly all of the links point back to site I manage: the MSDN Office Developer Center . There...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Whidbey Chat is going on now...

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    Click here to join. I'm going to pull this post when it's over. Looks like a big turn out - over 170 so far. Great chat. I'm taking it off the C++ feed now. I'll post when I get a link to the transcript. Update: Jana has posted the transcript here . Thanks...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    New in-depth hibernate once resume many (HORM) white paper now available

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    One of the coolest new embedded enabling features we introduced in XP Embedded SP2 is hibernate once resume many (HORM). It provides the ability to more rapidly boot an embedded system as long as the system is protected by enhanced write filter (EWF)...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    The places technology takes us...

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    Most of the time you never know where life's going to lead you next. It may lead you down a path you never wished to go, it may lead you to being famous, or maybe something that perked your interest will become a world wide fad. There's a great article...
  • oliverlu's WebLog

    STSAdm.exe的图形化工具

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    STSAdm.exe 是 SPS2003/WSS 上一个非常强大的工具。但要记住那么多的命令行,却不是那么方便。大家可以去下载一个图形化的界面 : http://www.microsoft.com/sharepoint/downloads/components/detail.asp?a=443
  • Shaykatc's WebLog

    Book Review: Take back your life!

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    Catchy title, eh? I gotta admit, when I first saw the title, I judged the book by its cover, and thought it was going to be some awesome revolutionary, fight the man, david vs. goliath, beat the corporate rat race sort of book. Then I received a copy...
  • Srinath Vasireddy

    UAB v2.0 shipped

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    I have been extremely busy for last couple of months managing multiple projects in our p&p smart client program and for personal reasons . One project that we just shipped - Updater Application Block version 2.0 . Based on extensive feedback we received...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    Effective Application Delivery - It's easy

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    At the highest level I feel that delivering applications that are maintainable, reflect user needs and tradeoff appropriately between the expected budget, timeline and functionality comes down three things: Getting the right estimate Development process...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    New NZ .NET User Group Portal Launched

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    We have a new .NET User Group portal infrastructure in NZ – www.dot.net.nz – the community leaders (these guys rock!) have base this on Dot Net Nuke and it’s going to provide us with a really good base to grow our community. If you don’t subscribe to...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    NZ TechED 2005 – Date, Venue and Prices Announced

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    I’m the NZ executive sponsor to TechED 2005 in New Zealand – we have now announced the dates for the event on our corporate site: http://www.microsoft.com/nz/presscentre/articles/2005/mar_14_teched.aspx Abstract: Microsoft once again will be hosting the...
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