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  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Hacking IE Security Zones

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    Warning : This entry contains information about editing the registry. Editing the registry could mess up your machine. Also , the changes described here will cause some web sites (and possibly even some local applications) to stop working correctly. That...
  • Darcy Burner's WebLog

    A tisket, a tasket, a logo in your basket?

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    In my current role, I'm the Microsoft business owner for the .NET Connected logo program : Because a significant portion of my job involved providing training and information about Windows Server 2003 to ISVs , I also spend time thinking about the...
  • Omar Shahine

    Web Projects and Source Control

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    Anyone who has used a Web Project with Visual Studio.NET source control and GotDotNet is probably very angry. It's just unbelievable how horrible an experience it is. A few weeks ago I converted the FlexWiki Web source to be a real Web Project. In...
  • digitalnetbizz's WebLog

    Avalon webcast ...

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    Excellent Avalon/WinFX information (slides, webcasts + source code) from PDC2003 available online right now at MSDN .
  • Bug Babble

    Picking what to work on, and banging my head against a bug.

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    Lately I’ve just been working on bugs. When you have quite a few bugs at the same priority level how do you pick which one to start on? I tend to go for recent bugs, then bugs that may need to go to someone else, then bugs I think will be easiest to...
  • .NET Banana

    SQL Server Reporting Services

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    It's finally done. We had a launch event for SQL Server Reporting Services earlier this week. A lot of people are excited, especially because you can add it to an existing (licensed) SQL Server with no additional license fee . I've been playing around...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Longhorn on the .NET Show

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    I see there's a new .NET Show up: Latest Episode: Longhorn Overview In this episode of the .NET Show, we provide a general overview of the larger technology "pillars" of Longhorn, introducing their concepts, as well as showing some of the coding...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    PSS Mydoom Virus Alert Updated

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    We're linking to the PSS guidance for the Mydoom worm from the MSDN Home Page and most of the Developer Centers . PSS has updated their page tonight with additional details about the virus and about detection. You can also check out our consumer page...
  • Brad Abrams

    Design Guidelines Update: Exception Message Guidelines

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    It has become clear to me recently that we could be doing a better job with exception messages. I took these guidelines from a set that the UE team on the .NET Framework uses. Love to hear your comments, issues, and suggestions. 7.3.2 Exception Error...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Presenting at CSUN, The 2004 Technnology and Persons with Disabilities conference

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    <i’m moving this post to the new karate category> Last night, I had my first karate class in about eight years.  Back in the day, I was a 1st kyu brown belt (the next rank is black) who had participated in regional and national competitions...
  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    Cornell Theory Centre - Day One

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    Yesterday was day one at this brief training course I'm fortunate enough to be attending at the Cornell Theory Centre (CTC). CTC is a high-performance computing and interdisciplinary research center located on the Ithaca campus of Cornell University,...
  • .NET Banana

    Calling the Mountain State

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    I'm the developer community champion for West Virginia, Virginia, DC, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. I've done events in Virginia, DC, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, and I know about user groups either in or close to each of these places...
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