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  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    WordProcessingML and Outlook

    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

    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 -
  • AdamU's WebLog

    Added a couple blog links

    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?

    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

    • 2 Comments 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


    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

    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

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

    TDD and Visual Studio Team System

    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

    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?

    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

    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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