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  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Local Event: Houston Route 64-bit Training

    Route 64-bit Training Workshop Series 2005 Microsoft , Intel, and HP have teamed up to bring the developer community up to speed on Windows 64-bit computing Learn to migrate and test your applications on 64-bit hardware while receiving an Attendee...
  • Mohammed Jeelani's Blog

    Using XPath with XML returned by SharePoint Web services

    I've seen quite often people writing code that parses thru XML returned by SPS Web services as strings instead of using XPath - cause the XmlDocument throws this error all the time if you dont use an XmlNameSpaceManager "Namespace Manager or XsltContext...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    Metadata exposed

    Steve Cook gathers in one post three of the "must read" references about metadata out there. Find the time to check them out if you didn't already, they are a great way of framing the matter in the correct context.
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Jeremy Allaire on the next-gen Xbox

    Jeremy Allaire seems to be getting Xcited. (In case you don't know, Jeremey was CTO at Allaire, now part of Macromedia). "What was not talked about broadly [last week] was the much more important details on how the XBox is going to help transform digital...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Edge Conference Hands on Lab Manuals

    Thanks to all that attended the Web Services Edge Conference the other week. In response to the emails that I have been receiving I am posting the lab manuals that were used during the conference in the Microsoft Hands on Labs. Visual Studio 2005 Overview...
  • Roberdan

    Social Enterpise Architecture

    next days on this blog we'll explain the concept of Social Enterpirse Architecture : a technological architecture with organization model embedded. Keep in touch ;)
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    Is Microsoft's Entrance into the Anti-Spyware/Anti-Virus Market Predatory?

    As a user of Microsoft products and an employee of the company, I am of two minds about its entrance into the anti-spyware and anti-virus arenas. I agree with the sentiments Michael Gartenburg of Jupiter Research shared in his post Microsoft and Security...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Code Camp Raleigh

    Code Camp Raleigh style is in the works! Looks like April 9 at the North Carolina University is the place to be for some Code Camp fun. If you are in the area or would like to attend they are doing their Call for Speakers . Would love to hear from anyone...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Gretchen's informal guide to blogging about job openings

    I’ve received a few questions lately from recruiters and other employees asking whether or not it’s ok for an employee to post a Microsoft job description on his or her blog. My answer … Yes, it’s totally ok, and it’s a great idea. That said, there are...
  • Point2Share

    Pint2Share - Belfast

    Well back from Zurich, unfortunately not able to catch up with anyone, maybe next time! (I did notice in my referrer logs lots of hits from .ch, I guess you are just too shy!) With that said, I did however get a number of invitations from other places...
  • Rob Caron

    Bitten by NewsGator

    I’ve been using the NewsGator Outlook add-in since sometime last year. I don’t know why it happens, but subscription information is volatile. Without intentionally editing it, it can change by itself. For example, after connecting to the...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Maxthon joins the RSS sidebar party

    Right now Maxthon is my tabbed browser of choice – it’s slick, rock-solid, and uses the IE6 rendering engine for maximum compatibility. Most importantly, it’s being updated at a feverish pace that would put a pack of crazed weasels to shame. This morning...
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