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  • James Murfin's Blog

    UK Hosting Technical Seminar - midday report

    Over 100 Partners registered for today's Hosting Technical Seminar at the Microsoft Campus in Reading - a resounding confirmation of the growing popluarity of Hosted services and manged/outsourced offerings in the UK. I kicked the day off by presenting...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Always looking for great software engineers for the US

    Yesterday Scoble blogged about the need for developers in the US. His blog gets far more readership then ours, so I won't begrudge him the fact that we have posted many times here on the Microsoft Jobs Blog about our need to hire talented developers....
  • Being a new PM at Microsoft

    Best part about being a PM @ Microsoft

    Program management is the most talked and the least understood position in Microsoft from an outsiders perspective. A number of blogs about PMs talk about this art (and science) and they make a fascinating reading Joel on Software , KC Lemson , Vernal...
  • Being a new PM at Microsoft

    Secrets of Success Part Two - WHY

    If you followed me till now through the seemingly nonsense journey of how and what, well you are in for a surprise. Today I answer the question that has troubled generations of men. And if you wish to know my qualifications for making these esoteric statements...
  • Being a new PM at Microsoft

    Secrets of Success Part 1 - WHAT

    WHAT is something everyone worries about. Everyday we wake up wondering what to do today. A trip to the supermarket is a treasure cove for what. Which shaving cream to buy, what about the new 2% fat milk, what is more cheaper, etc. The more choices we...
  • Being a new PM at Microsoft

    My Venture in the Land of Thoughts

    Words have always eluded me (well, except Microsoft Word). Never thought I'd embark on a journey which had to deal with lot of words (and even more important was to coherently link them together to form meaningful statements that depicted somewhat accurately...
  • Jason Zander's blog

    New 64-bit material available on MSDN

    This new site covers common 64-bit questions about the .NET FX and gives examples. I'm often asked a few FAQ's, so let me answer them right here: Version 2.0 (Whidbey) is the first version to support 64-bit. Versions 1.1 (SP1) will run only as 32-bit...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    ASP.NET Site of the Day - ninemsn home page

    I haven't been posting my ASP.NET Site of the Day for a while. Here's a new one. It's the big kahuna of Australian site - the ninemsn home page . The new look homepage has been launched today, and it's running ASP.NET - they are on IIS6 and Version 1...
  • oliverlu's WebLog


    很简单,调用 asp 的时候使用参数就可以了,然后显示。如果要编码正确,可以这样写 asp 文件: <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"> <%@ CodePage=65001 Language="VBScript"%> <% Str= request.ServerVariables("QUERY_STRING") response.write Str %> 但问题是...
  • frankred's WebLog

    Hello, 64-bit .NET Framework!

    Check out the MSDN .NET Framework Developer Center ’s new 64-bit .NET Framework programming section ! The new 64-bit .NET Framework programming section includes: development articles, tools and community resources as well as 2 step-by-step Hands-On Lab...
  • hongmeig's WebLog

    How to let ASPNET process run the Whidbey bits

    This should be quite easy. After installing the right version of Whidbey, go to your framework directory, and run aspnet_regiis.exe under the whidbey directory. >cd \WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework >cd {The Whidbey installation version} >aspnet_regiis...
  • Powertoys WebLog

    MZ-Tools 4.0 the "all-in-one" add-in for VS .Net 2002 and 2003

    Via The Daily Grind " MZ-Tools 4.0 for Visual Studio .NET - I used MZ-Tools for VB6; it's a great set of add-ins. I hadn't realized that there was a version for VB .NET with such features as fast control name editing, some refactoring, private clipboards...
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