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  • Alex Lowe's .NET Blog

    What's a local office to do.....

    Roy brings up a great point that was raised in his comments - local Microsoft offices have a new challenge as the product groups become more transparent and involved in the online communities. As someone who works in a local Microsoft office in the...
  • James Newkirk's Blog

    MSDN Archictecture Webcast: Test-Driven Development in Visual Studio 2005 Team System

    MSDN Architecture will hold a Live Meeting Webcast on patterns & practices covering Test Driven Development. The Webcast will be held on July 15, 2004, from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM Pacific Time (GMT-8, US & Canada). It will be led by Jim Newkirk...
  • Roberdan

    Customizing SharePoint Sites and Portals: Part 1,2 & 3

    Summary : The first of three companion articles. Learn ways you can customize a SharePoint site and an area; manage users, sites, and templates; change the structure of pages in a site; manage user access; and optimize style sheets. Then go on in Customizing...
  • Roberdan

    Welcome Back!

    Dove ci eravamo lasciati? ... dunque, ah! Si: eravamo su . Benissimo, riprendiamo da lì ;) Enjoy!
  • Rakesh's Blog

    Comments in code.

    Wow! Did we get the overload behavior of Class Designer perfect or what? No comments on that post J . Did you know that the VC will support XML comments in Whidbey? XML comments are an excellent way to document your code. Here is a link to an MSDN...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    New Poll is up and a silly mistake...

    One of the big reasons I redesigned the poll component , was so that I could track votes over time... I did this by adding a 'dateVoted' column to my vote table, and then using an “On Insert” trigger to set that column to the current date...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Jon Wiswall's started blogging...

    I don't normally do “hey, he started blogging” posts, but I just noticed that Jon Wiswall has started a blog . Jon's one of those guys who can be counted on for insightful and intellegent answers during internal discussions, I know that...
  • David Ornstein's WebLog

    What have I learned so far using GTD?

    Well, I haven't spent any time writing Outlook add-ins as I'd imagined. Instead, here's something positive and something nagative from my experiences so far with Getting Things Done and the Outlook add-in: On the plus side: Contexts are great. Putting...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    What do we call ClickOnce?

    Right now, ClickOnce is a code name. We need a real name. What should it be?
  • A View from Elsewhere

    What am I missing?

    I'm working on a document that is supposed to capture the wonder of the .NET Framework 2.0 in a page (or so). I'm having problems getting the list down to one page, but at this point, I'm soliciting input and help. Feel free to comment on your favorite...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Must Drink Pinot

    Every year since 1987, a group of wine enthusiasts and vendors has gathered in Oregon for a chance to indulge in their closet alcoholism while appearing erudite. It used to be called the International Pinot Noir Convention , but I gather it's more like...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    The Internet is for Everyone - Amen

    In an intriguing video interview (30 mins) at ZDNet , Vint Cerf discusses the future of communications, from IPv6, Spam (he suggest the public flogging of Spammers) and privacy, Tim Berners-Lee’s Semantic Web , to the role of ICANN, and of course...
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