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  • anantd's blog

    Passing Credentials in .net Remoting

    This is my first blog, so jumping straight to the point. One intresting thing that I wanted to share for which I have not seen much documentation but people spending long hours figuring this out is how to pass credentials in .net Remoting. Basically there...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    New Smart Client Workshops scheduled for Australia

    Last year we ran 2 smart client workshops in Sydney & Melbourne . Well, we are now taking these out to the rest of the country during March and April 2004. If you want to know how these were received, have a read of the blogs (warts and all...
  • Matt Powell

    Alyssa's First Application

    My 13 year old daughter, Alyssa, has shown a little more interest in the computer than her older sister and she seemed like she might be a good candidate for pulling into the world-o-programming so I ran down to the company store the other day and bought...
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System

    Welcome to the Visual Studio Tools for Office, Version 2.0 Blog

    Welcome to the Visual Studio Tools for Office, Version 2.0 blog. In the days, weeks, and months ahead, I and my fellow team members will use this blog to introduce you to our upcoming Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System, Version...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    WikiLinks in my Blog

    Last week, I linked from my blog post, WikiWiki as Tech Review Vehicle to the tip, or latest versions of three WikiTopics at Shortly thereafter, a malicious komment kiddie defaced at least one of the WikiTopics to which I linked with a distateful...
  • Santomania

    Infopath SP1 preview announced

    This is a must for Infopath developers. Support for managed code instead of VB/JS scripting, VS.NET integration, improved designer, better XML support and loads of new functionality. Whats not to like?
  • Tim Sneath

    Free .NET Code Coverage Tool

    I'm not a heavy Visual FoxPro user - although it is installed on my development machine - but I've often admired some of its capabilities. Although it doesn't mesh desperately closely with the general .NET architecture, it is a relatively powerful database...
  • adamga's WebLog

    Be at VSLive!!! May 4-7, Metro Toronto Convention Center

    What is VSLive? A professional development opportunity for developers • A chance to learn from the leading minds in application development • An opportunity to meet with those leading minds in person • An opportunity for...
  • Craig McMurtry's WebLog

    Application Security, Part 3

    So, its 9 a.m: do you know where your users are? I’ll bet I do, because although we have just talked about where they should be, in the global directory service of the enterprise, I will wager that your user data is in your application’s own...
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    Telstra, McDonald's open wireless hotspots

    Forty-four McDonald's restaurants in Australia will offer Telstra mobile customers (apart from pre-paid) and people with an approved credit card wireless broadband internet access from today as part of a partnership with Telstra. Source: The Age
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    current state of humanoid robots

    Bernard Wong pointed us towards this video demonstrating some of the current capabilities of humanoid robots. This has got to make you think. I've been following the progress with Honda's ASIMO robot for the last few years and the advances are amazing...
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    an overview of RFID tags

    Jeffrey R. Harrow, writer of the very excellent “ The Harrow Technology Report “, has written this article on the current state of "Radio Frequency Identification Tags" (RFID Tags). I've been trying to keep up to date with RFID over the past...
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