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  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    WordProcessingML and Outlook

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    I promised that I had an article that would publish soon in which I consolidate the details I sketched out in some earlier blogs. This article, which shows how to create reports from Outlook tasks using WordProcessingML (WordML). There is an article and...
  • Johnwe's System Center Blog

    Upcoming Books for SharePoint

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    Thanks to Adam Rosenblat for making this info available. Placing here for reference. BOOKS that now available or available shortly include: SharePoint Products and Technologies Resource Kit which ships this week - http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos...
  • AdamU's WebLog

    Added a couple blog links

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    I put a couple of links on my main blog page, will add more as I run across stuff that I enjoy. If you haven't yet, You should read Soma's blog. Soma is my manager's manager. Michael, aka the Braidy Tester , has a great blog. Michael is the technical...
  • AdamU's WebLog

    Why QA? Why Microsoft?

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    I came to Microsoft 8 years ago, happy but a little frightened about a salaried job, happy not to be travleing, and most of all, amazed that I got paid to beat on new technology and make it break, but my goal was to eventually be a developer here. I always...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    They say the only constistent thing about change is change itself

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    ....at least that's what I think they say. Who's they anyway? Our company goes through a lot of reorgs and office moves and the likes pretty much daily. At some point it will be your turn! At a company with over 50,000 employees you would think...
  • AdamU's WebLog

    Introductions

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    I'm Adam Ulrich, and I'm the test manager for a version 1 tool in the developer tools division of Microsoft. I won't be able to say a lot about this product until it is publicly announced, but I hope to share with you a lot about process, tools, and why...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Rarefied Heights Part Two, Plus Some Random Short Takes

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    A few short takes today before I get into the actual subject of today's entry. *************************************************************************** Kids Today My teenaged cousin has apparently accidentally reinvented pseudolocalization...
  • Being Scott Densmore

    Jim Newkirk Joins the Ranks of Bloggers

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    Please help me welcome Jim to the “Real World” J .
  • Rob Caron

    TDD and Visual Studio Team System

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    James Newkirk explores Test-Driven Development (TDD) in Visual Studio Team System with a simple HelloWorld example . James Newkirk, one of the key developers behind NUnit , is also one of the authors of Test-Driven Development in Microsoft .NET .
  • Test Guide

    Speed Trap

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    My first experiences with programming were laboriously copying reams of mysterious incantations, codes, and passphrases from multivarious magazines and books, then running the results and hoping against hope that I hadn't made any mistakes. When something...
  • Keith Rowe's WebLog

    What was that about Excel?

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    When we started designing the project management features in VS Team System, we had a pretty idealized view of the world. Project managers would sit in their cubicles and grind away in MS Project. The resulting tasks would funnel into VS Team System to...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Running Processes as a Different User

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    Before Whidbey, if you wanted to run code as a different user, you needed to use impersonation. There was no easy solution for starting a new process and having it run with a different user's credentaials. Probably the best solution in v1.0 and 1.1 of...
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