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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    ASP.NET Hosting

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    Recently I've been asked by a few hosters how they can offer ASP.NET . Well, as usual, we have a program for this :) It's “ The Microsoft ASP.NET Hosting Advantage “ program. It has two really good offerings: Promotion in the ASP...
  • Michael Creasy's blog

    The "Broadcast flag"

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    Here's an interesting article on the the MPAA's "Broadcast flag" and what it could mean for the future of digital recording broadcast TV. I'm in favour of preventing wide distribution of copyrighted works, but I'm really not in favour of not being able...
  • Michael Creasy's blog

    Movieoke

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    I'm surprised nobody thought of this sooner. It's karaoke for movies, just think of all those famous clips you could recreate in you're own style. Endless possibilities. It could be easy for DVD's to add this as an extra feature, they already have subtitles...
  • Robert Horvick's Weblog

    MSBuild Tasks, code generation and a tangent I've been stuck on for a while...

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    I'm still quite distracted by MSBuild. I'm also a big fan of code generation. Any time you can combine a few passions you should. If I could find a way to mix in some seafood, a Willamette Valley (Oregon) wine and a Dave Matthew's Band album believe me...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Migration Assistants

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    Anyone using the ASP to ASP.NET and/or the PHP to ASP.NET Migration Assistants ? How much code did it bring across for you? What didn't it bring across? TTFN - Kent
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Unable to start debugging

    Marcie lets folk know how to get around the 'Unable to Start Debugging' error: http://weblogs.asp.net/datagridgirl/archive/2004/03/04/83827.aspx On a related note, every once & a while, I hear about the requests coming in from PSS (Product Support...
  • Holzhey's WebLog

    Cleaning up my inbox.

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    Lets talk about inboxes. So I sit here and have a colossal amount of information to process. You see, my job is a program manager which I came to naturally, I was a technical development lead who exhibited a passion for customers and smoothing out...
  • Lori Pearce's WebLog

    What about the SDK?

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    Producing the Longhorn SDK (LHSDK) is an amazing undertaking. The LHSDK, at a minimum, must document every API in the Longhorn OS. That’s all the Win32 API’s as well as all the amazing new stuff in WinFX. Care to guess how large that is? Well...
  • Brad Abrams

    Recursively iterate through files in a directory structure

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    I was playing a little with C#’s new yield keyword and I thought I’d update the code from this article with the “ Whidbey ” way to do. Now as I am sure my good friends in perf land will tell you this is likely not the most...
  • Tim Sneath

    Worldwide Media Exchange

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    This is cool - don't know why I haven't come across it before... From the website: The World-Wide Media eXchange (WWMX) is a centralized index of digital photos, where photos are tagged by the geographic location where they were shot. It's an experimental...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Cargo Cultism, Part Four: Other Disciplines

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    Just a couple quick follow-ups. Mike Spille has some good comments tying the relationship between cargo cult programmers and abstraction layers together. Mike Gunderloy wonders if I've ever read Steve “Code Complete“...
  • Visual Studio Data

    The Future of Data Modeling in VS & SQL Server! (by Tim Laverty)

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    Michael Raheem (from the SQL Server Group) and I just posted a survey in regards to data modeling to public newsgroups. If you're interested in the future of data modeling in VS and the SQL Server tools, please read on... Are you using a Data Modeling...
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