March, 2007

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March, 2007

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    MS eScience & Berkeley Water Center

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    Here's a really good article from the Berkeley Lab View on the work that Catharine Van Ingen and Stuart Ozer from MSR have been involved with w/ LBL and the Berkeley Water Center. The use of SQL Server Analysis Services and Reporting Services have made...
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    BPEL activities for Windows Workflow Foundation CTP available

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    The CTP for BPEL for Windows Workflow is available download it now from MSDN The March 2007 CTP for our BPEL activities for Windows Workflow Foundation was released today. BPEL for Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) is an add on for Windows Workflow Foundation...
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    Equation Number in Office 2007 - macros

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    Murray Sargent pointed me to Dong Yu's macros...thought others might find them useful Equation Number in Office 2007 Office 2007 comes with a very nice equation editor and bibliography manager. However, it does not support equation and theorem number...
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    SensorMap & Toolkit Tutorial

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    There is SensorMap training available, hosted at the IPSN 2007 conference in Boston, MA, USA, on Saturday April 28, 2007. Details on the tutorial are here . This tutorial includes a hands-on introduction and guide to the use and deployment of sensornet...
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    SecPAL Preview Release for Microsoft .NET

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    Grid folks and security researchers should be interested in the SecPAL preview release - The goal of the SecPAL project is to develop a language for expressing decentralized authorization policies, and to investigate language design and semantics, as...
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