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  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    MSDN Webcasts

    Webcasts After reading blogs on everything from peoples daily lives to cool technologies, I decided to start my own blog. Fair warning though, all I really talk about here is webcasts, especially webcasts for developers. What's a webcast you say...
  • Omar Shahine

    Creating Managed Outlook Buttons with Icons

    I've been working on an Outlook Add-in in C# using the Visual Studio Shared Add-in project. I referenced this article on how to create a custom icon for your button: Custom Button Faces in a Managed Code Add-in for the Microsoft Office System In addition...
  • Love that ASP.NET and SQL Server

    SQL Server Users Group in SLC, Utah

    Well, we had another successful night with the SQL Server Users Group here in Salt Lake City. The nights speaker was Joe Celko and the topic was Advanced SQL Programming. It was an interesting talk and was definitely centered around a lot of theory and...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    ASP.NET (with C#) article by Dino Esposito...

    via Kent Sharkey's Blog Five ASP.NET Controls You Might Be Craving "In this article, we'll tackle five ASP.NET features that require wicked and creative code." ... if you're looking for a [out of the box] data-bound bulleted or numbered list of strings...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Infinite Monkeys

    This started out as a post, but it soon became evident that it deserved a much more honored placement. I'll be truthful with you all; it's a bit fabricated, but when has that stopped any of you from reading this blog. So, go ahead, read the story! ...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Infinite Monkeys

    Guys in lab coats weird me out. I’m not sure why exactly, but I think it has something to do with the mad-scientist look. I want to think they are doctors, M.D’s, but they are not. They are imposters draped in white-coats of authority, doing...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Why does Outlook have an OM?

    This one could be controversial ;-) In a recent comment, Edd James (note to Edd: that link gives a 403) asks why Outlook and Excel " need this ability to run scripts/macros [?]" First I want to clear up a common misconception about Outlook...
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    New laptop is up and running

    Got my new laptop today around 3pm. After spending ~2-3 hours, it's all ready to go. Got all the tools I use on it (VS, Perl, NUnit, Office, etc.), my enlistments to the dev and test source trees, and all the loving it could get from Windows Update. Overall...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    You may be a winner!

    There are police helicopters circling overhead. I’m sure they are not after me. I hope not, anyway. That would be a bummer. Sure, I stretched the truth a bit on a few posts, but nothing to get me into that much hot water. They must be after some...
  • JasonMcC's WebLog

    Smart Client Training in Oz

    As originally posted by my wonderful boss, Frank Arrigo , MS Australia is rolling out smart client training seminars around the major capitals, starting this month. Free!!! I've had a bugger of a flu this week, starting on Easter Saturday too of all...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Whidbey Refactorings: Rename (part 2)

    Michael suggests : the refactoring inline. It is WAY smoother and more productive that way I didn't mention in my previous post , but we do. If you edit a name at the definition, a smart tag appears, offering to run the Rename operation...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    Corporate Blogging for Dummies

    In 10 Rules for Corporate Blogs and Wikis , Nick Wreden over at writes a few things that really make me wonder if he's been reading my blog. BlogJa Vu. Nick, you out there? Demonstrate your domain omniscience and tell me haven't been...
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