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  • shawn's blog

    Casting Wider Nets

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    So the other half of our team is hiring – the Site Management side. These are the folks who make the site run, get to play in the code, etc. If you’re interested, let me know… We’re looking for a tenacious Site Manager interested...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    Upcoming Changes to System.Xml in .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2

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    We are in the process of locking down System.Xml for Beta 2 of the .NET Framework 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005. In the past few months we have received customer feedback about our feature set previewed in the Whidbey Alpha & Whidbey Beta 1 and this...
  • VishalSaxena's WebLog

    Some cool Visual Studio 2005 Team Test Edition: Testing Demos

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    Here are some cool videos they are demo to the Team Test Edition of Visual Studio 2005 Load_ Test.avi LoadTestDemoHigh.wmv Static Analysis-Test.wmv
  • Santomania

    Loading XML data into your Infopath form with IXMLDOMDocument.ImportDom

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    This isn't a very common scenario, but every now and then the need arises to programmatically populate an Infopath form (from scratch) with data. After preparing the data in the required schema, my first thought was to do a simple “ ThisXDocument.DOM...
  • Ryan Storgaard's Blog

    Indigo briefing

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    [UPDATE: Check out Don, Doug, Richard and Eric on the latest .NET Show talking about Connected Systems - highly recommended! ] Last week I was in Redmond attending an internal session on Indigo and it was amazing!! Don Box 's talk was awesome as usual...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    The .NET Show: Connected Systems (and Chris Sells on .NET Rocks!)

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    There's a new two hour episode of The .NET Show on Connected Systems that features Don Box , Doug Purdy , Eric Schmidt, and Richard Turner . The talk discusses "how today's networking infrastructure can be utilized in order to create a Connected System...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 Service Pack 1

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    Here's a release that will make many of you very, very happy. If you've installed Windows XP Service Pack 2 as a guest operating system in a virtual machine, you've no doubt noticed that the performance of the virtual machine is incredibly poor (and I...
  • ethanz's blog

    Media Center SDK on MSDN

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    Hi, I'm Ethan Zoller, the program manager for the extensibility platform we provide in Windows XP Media Center Edition. Since you landed on my page, you probably already know that our 2005 version shipped this morning. As part of our launch today, the...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Geek Speak: Houston Event 11/4/2004

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    Hi everyone, I know that you may be stressing about the location of the event for November 4th. I am working on getting the event moved to a closer location. So please sign up we are going to be doing something special at this event. HINT!! Would you...
  • Juan Roman Escamilla

    Skype announces premium services, finally

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    Y aquí va, CNET publicó recientemente una nota dónde Skype anuncia que termina su oferta para telefonía empresarial . Para aquellos que no han utilizado este servicio, sólo les puedo decir que desde Visual Studio .NET 2002 nada me había emocionado tanto...
  • Dean Rowe's WebLog

    Windows XP Media Center 2005 is launched

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    There are a lot of new features in this release, not least of which is Windows Movie Maker 2.1 with DVD Burning. I should point out that the web page does indicate that the DVD Burning features may vary manufacturer so that’s something to check first...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    VSTS: The error code is 26403

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    If you have experienced an error installing Team Foundation Server, receiving an error containing the code 26403, see this post for a suggested resolution. http://blogs.msdn.com/AskBurton/archive/2004/10/12/241435.aspx
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