from ideas to solutions

The Latest Blog Posts
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Orcut Overload?

    • 14 Comments
    I've played a little with Orkut , the new social networking software. I love the design, it's so clean and functional. Did you notice the title letters are all made with people? This afternoon when I checked my email, there were a bevy of invites and...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Testing exceptions

    • 1 Comments
    Keith Stobie, a test architect on the Indigo team has an interesting article on testing exceptions . Though it is important to verify that the correct exceptions get raised when incorrect data is passed to a function, it is also important to check...
  • Kavitak's WebLog

    Testing with ASML

    • 1 Comments
    ASML - Abstract State Machine Language is a technique being used in Microsoft by a few test teams to test their features. It is an executable specification language that is based on abstract state machines. The research team at Microsoft has integrated...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Integrate an InfoPath Form with an Access Database

    • 3 Comments
    In the InfoPath webcast on Friday January 23 , Raghu mentioned an article about Integrating InfoPath and Access. He said he thought it was in the Access section of the MSDN Library , but it actually lives in the InfoPath Section . Microsoft Office...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Translate this page

    • 3 Comments
    Check out the new links to the left, one for Translate this page , which takes you to Systran, where you can type in the web page address and select a language, and one specially for Erol and Stramit , that automagically translates this page to French...
  • The Old New Thing

    German as RPN

    • 23 Comments
    It should be noted that "Reverse Polish Notation" is named in honor of the Polish logician Jan Lukasiewicz , who developed prefix notation, wherein the operator comes before the operands. Postfix notation proved more useful for stack-based arithmetic...
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    NYC trip - day one

    • 5 Comments
    okay, so I'm, like, in New York City. First time I've ever been here in winter and it is magical. Took a walk through Central Park this morning and it was so beautiful. Whiter than my skin in winter. Speaking of which... damn, its cold here! Not as bad...
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    where do OneNote notes go?

    • 12 Comments
    Yesterday I wrote a blog entry while sitting in LAX waiting for my connecting flight to NYC. As I didn't have net access (the Starbucks in LAX apparently don't have the t-mobile hotspots), I wrote the entry in Microsoft OneNote for posting later. So,...
  • Omar Shahine

    Bill Gates on Orkut.. well not really

    • 1 Comments
    Well, no he isn't. But if you look in the Microsoft Community, there he is. Of course it's a fake: spoofed. I guess Orkut is no different from the net. Anyone can pretend to be anyone.
  • Mike Harsh's Blog

    Why are some buttons 26 pixels high?

    • 3 Comments
    In VS.NET that is. If you’ve got a sharp eye, you’ve probably noticed that some dialogs in VS have normal 23 pixel high buttons and some dialogs have 26 pixel high buttons. The reason? It turns out that 15% makes a difference. ...
  • Omar Shahine

    Orkut

    • 5 Comments
    Orkut is the first official digital social network I've joined. Robert Scoble (thanks!) sent me an invitation on Friday, and I sent invitations to a bunch of my friends and so the system grows. It's a pretty cool place to hang out. At first I was like...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Questions and answers about AA naming your control

    • 1 Comments
    I’m often asked “What’s the correct name for this control?” There are many variations to this question, for example: Does this control need an AA name? Do we change the AA name if a control’s caption or label changes? Do we add the AA description to the...
Page 33077 of 33,477 (401,718 items) «3307533076330773307833079»