November, 2008

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What is a Microsoft Application Development Consultant

Microsoft Application Development Consulting offers a continuing relationship with a skilled and trusted advisor who will build an in-depth understanding of your people and your business to help you address your software development challenges.

The ADC will bring with them access to a tremendous range of Microsoft support and knowledge and their recommendations are based on broad industry experience and Microsoft best practice. Although the majority of the work you do will be with you primary ADC, you have the ability to call upon other specialist ADCs when your project requires development expertise in a particular area.

The ADC will work with you throughout the development lifecycle from inception to delivery. They can help you select the best application architecture or review your proposed designs. They can help your people to develop new technical skills that help to improve your productivity and code quality. They can conduct code reviews or help to troubleshoot and solve hard to find software bugs.

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    Event Handlers returning Values

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    By default most event handlers return void, however, it is possible for handlers to return values. In a project you can have two events, a Save event that save data to the database and a Submit event that would send my data to another department. The...
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    Silverlight and "Cover Flow" – Part I

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    The "Cover Flow" graphical user interface gained high popularity since iTunes adopted it in 2006. Although it has become a little “overused” it is still a very attractive three-dimensional GUI for browsing through files and digital media libraries via...
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    Solving the Morris Puzzle with F#

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    It’s been 11 years since I attended a class which presented both the functional and logic programming paradigms in a single semester, materializing in a Prolog and a Caml Light projects. That class shook the grounds on top of which I had been building...
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    What if you don’t want your workflows to just handle the exception and move on?

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    Workflows are very cool! You can just drag some activities onto your IDE, rearrange them as needed and in no time you have a fully functional sequence diagram workflow or a state machine workflow. Starting with .NET Framework 3.5, you can also implement...
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    How to rename AD Group Name in Site Collection

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    If you have ever tried to change an AD Group Name, you would have seen that the old name will still appear in the Site Collection. Probably you will try to solve the problem in the SSP Profiles, or using “stsadm migrateuser”, but after some time you...
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