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  • Joe Davies

    Updates to Windows Firewall documentation published

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    The following articles and documents have been updated for technical corrections and clarifications regarding the behavior of Windows Firewall in Windows XP Service Pack 2 and the use of the "My network (subnet) only" or "LocalSubnet" traffic scope options...
  • Glen's old blog

    October MSDN Events in the Southeast

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    In October, MSDN Events is going to bring you great new content on ASP.NET 2.0 Membership and Personalization, Object Oriented Programming with VB.NET, Optimizing ASP.NET 1.1 Web Applications, and a mini-demo of integrating your code with MapPoint Web...
  • BizTalk Design Tools' WebLog

    Back on track...

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    Finally, we are able to switch the Blog to 'BizTalkDesignTools' from "BizTalkXmlTools' to better reflect what we're responsible as a team. Activities should start to pick up, I hope :) If there are any topics you would like us to cover, please let us...
  • Rule's Roost

    Eugene's blog online

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    Check it out. One of the most brilliant people I know: http://weblogs.asp.net/eugenea
  • Gilles' WebLog

    Format of BizTalk 2004 assemblies: Pipelines

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    Today, we continue our deep dive into the undocumented and unsupported bowels of the BizTalk artifacts compiler and examine how pipelines get compiled to .NET assemblies. Pipelines allow to adjust the format of inbound messages to something that is suitable...
  • David Fries' WebLog

    Passing First Grade shouldn't be this hard!

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    I'm currently studying for the Japanese Langauge Proficiency Test, Level 1.. There are 4 levels, 1 being the most difficult. The test is only offered once a year (in December), and this year I'll be able to take the test in Seattle. Here's a brief overview...
  • Juan Roman Escamilla

    Bug Tracking

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    I found a list of Bug Tracking tools with the following names. Visual Studio Team System features are of course not listed but I am curious of what do you use for this purpose. There are no .NET tools here; I’ve seen some successful attempts of using...
  • The Old New Thing

    How to host an IContextMenu, part 2 - Displaying the context menu

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    Displaying the popup menu and getting the answer....
  • This is my old blog

    Visual Studio 2005 and Source Code Annotation

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    This is so cool, from [ MSDN ]: Annotation support PRE f ast also supports annotations to improve the accuracy of the code analysis. Annotations provide additional information about pre- and post- conditions on function parameters and return types...
  • Reckless

    The wise man learns from others’ mistakes, the fool learns from her own.

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    (This entry has nothing to do with Web services nor Business for that matter, but hopefully it will make you laugh if not with me, at me ;) Perhaps this weekend I am the fool; either that, or I simply have excessively bad car karma. This was a weekend...
  • Innovación Tecnológica

    Eventos de México en theSpoke

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    A partir de esta semana podrás encontrar en theSpoke los eventos en México donde participará Microsoft ( conferencias magistrales , talleres , etc ). En sep tiem bre : 1. Congreso Internacional de Ciencias Computacionales e Informática , en Durango 2...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-21

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    The Life of Brian First off, congrats to Brian Harry - as of today, he's now the Product Unit Manager (PUM) for Visual Studio Team Foundation. I couldn't find a link for a good description on what a PUM is, but just understand that at Microsoft the Development...
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