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  • Darien's Dialog..

    BizTalk Server 2004 Updates Available Now.... (well, a few days ago actually)

    I'm a bit late in posting, but there are some important updates for BizTalk Server 2004 here, not to mention documentation updates (oh yeah!). Check them out via Scott's blog ...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Random MVP Summit Notes

    I'm still working on digesting the detailed notes I took while engaging in discussions about online discussions and Microsoft's role in the community, but here are some random thoughts I had during the summit. More themed discussions: On Tuesday there...
  • adamga's WebLog

    MSDN Deep Dive: Building Killer ASP.NET Applications...

    Lot's of requests for the code from the Forms Login demo... here it is... LDAPAuth.cs: using System; using System.Text; using System.Collections; using System.DirectoryServices; using System.Web; namespace FormsAuthAD { ...
  • mdunn's WebLog

    Ten Tips for Well Behaved Application Installations

    Ten Tips for Well Behaved Application Installations - Micheal Dunn – Windows Deployment 1. Use Windows Installer for your setup script Many of the below tips are accounted for in the Windows Installer (MSI) engine, and you risk not following...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    More MVP Blogs to Read

    If you work at MS you should be listening to these guys and if you don't work @ MS the MVP's have some great content available. Someday MVP's will be highlighted on product team web pages, but until then, here is a great resource of MVP blogs. http...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Ok, I lied a bit...

    I’m not yet on vacation but I noticed this article about Microsoft starting a new program to enable refurbishing old PCs with new licenses for the Win98 and Win2K pro that was picked up by /. And now I’m wondering what creative reasons...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Visual Studio 2005 blog Feedback Hunt

    I've been watching a few feedster searches for feedback on the CTP builds of Whidbey. I figured I'd share some of the information I've found. If you want to keep up on this yourself search for “visual 2005” or “Whidbey” or “CTP”...

    Free Security E-Learning Clinics

    If you're looking for something to do this weekend, Microsoft Learning is offering free Security E-Learning Courses online. You can read more about it here: Microsoft Security E-Learning Our free Microsoft® Security E-Learning Clinics follow...
  • Philo's WebLog

    SharePoint Planning

    The centipede was happy, quite, Until the toad for fun Said, 'Pray which leg comes after which?' This worked her mind to such a pitch She lay distracted in a ditch, Considering how to run. -George Herbert Palmer It's entirely possible SharePoint...
  • Brad Abrams

    Got a feature request or comment? we are listening

    I just got a mail sent the entire Developer Division team listing this site as a great place to look for feedback and feature requests… Philip tells you all about it … so if you installed the Whidbey Community Drop let us know what you think...

    The Men of MSDN

    Sean posted this one today. Be sure to click the link to see the comic. :) Sean Gephardt's Microsoft Developer Network ( MSDN ) Blog This comic from our internal company news letter, MicroNews, really struck home this morning, and we aren't really...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    INETA User Group Tour "Writing Secure Code"

    Zusammen mit der deutschen Software-Legende Michael Willers (sorry, Michael ;-), Gründer des legendären TechTalk und Ex-Kollege, bin ich z.Zt. in verschiedenen deutschen Städten unterwegs zum Thema "sicheren Code schreiben". Das macht viel...
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