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  • Hirlpoo West

    Links about COM Interop and threading

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    Here I am trying to wrap my head around threading models, and some blog goodness drops into my RSS inbox (thanks: The Old New Thing): What are these "Threading Models" and why do I care? (from Larry Osterman) SimpleScript Part Six: Threading Technicalities...
  • Lee Mungai's BLog

    Microsoft Localizing Kiswahili

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    Microsoft has a launched a global initiative termed Local Language program, to provide desktop software and tools to government customers by collaborating with local experts governments, universities and other interested parties to help build a robust...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    XPSP2 Webcasts

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    Just a reminder, there's an XPSP2 webcast scheduled to begin at 1:00 PM (PST) today. There are two more scheduled for this week. I'll try to get a headline up on the Security Developer Center for each one, but here's the rest of the list for now: Tuesday...
  • Matt Powell

    Jeff Schlimmer shows us how it works

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    Jeff put together a really compellilng presentation of the message exchanges around the Devices Profile . For those of us who want to see the XML, this is an awesome extension to his article . -Matt
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Chronology & anatomy of Bibliomeme / Book Meme / Page 23 Meme

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    http://www.livejournal.com/users/helloyarn/2165.html?view=10357#t10357 (7th April 2004) First specific reference to this specific meme (no meme name given although it transpires that in fact is a variant on a previous similar meme, see below). http...
  • Matt Powell

    thinktecture

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    Congratulations and the best of luck to the guys starting up thinktecture . This really is a very solid group of guys. And of course it is nice to note that half of the thinktecture team has or is writing content for the MSDN Web Services Developer Center...
  • One Louder

    Don't get fired...

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    Blogger tells you how to avoid getting fired for blogging . It seems that most of this advice is for people who work at companies that don't encourage blogging or at least don't understand it. I'm lucky enough to work for a company and manager that “get...
  • Lisa Wollin

    Validating Form Fields Using JavaScript

    We've published the following article on MSDN: "Validating Form Fields Using JavaScript in FrontPage" at http://msdn.microsoft.com/office/default.aspx?pull=/library/en-us/odc_fp2003_ta/html/odc_fpValidatingFormControlsUsingJavaScript.asp .
  • One Louder

    Follow up Q&A on preparing for the Microsoft Interview

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    I've seen some great questions regarding Microsoft interviews (in response to my post on the subject). Didn't want my answers to get buried in comments so I'll address some of the questions here: 1) How heavily weighted are case study questions versus...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    First rule of Fan Club

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    Okay folks, after a lot of requests from the readers I've decided to go ahead and kick off the offiicial Wayward Fan Club. No, you don't need to buy anything or send me money. At least, not according to the new WFC by-laws. Members of the WFC will receive...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    My RSS Reader (FeedDemon) banned from Slashdot...the beginning of personalised RSS?

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    "Your RSS reader is abusing the Slashdot server. You are requesting pages more often than our terms of service allow. Please see the FAQ link for more information" I'm apparently nailing the Slashdot servers with my RSS reader requests to the point...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    How To Programmatically Modify an InfoPath Form Template

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    The folks behind the InfoPath team blog have posted a short series on how to programmatically modify InfoPath form templates. The example in the series shows how to change the URL of a XML Web Service end point used by the InfoPath form using a script...
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