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    Goodbye Microsoft, Hello World

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    After 20 years in the military and now 20 years at Microsoft, I am considering how to spend the next 20 years. It's been fun, exciting, and a growing experience here at Microsoft. My last day is Friday 7 October 2011. The company, people, and product...
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    Because you are my friend...

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    I'm gonna let you know something a little earlier than the general public. MSDN Forums is available at http://forums.microsoft.com/msdn/ . And, there is a new folder there called Visual Studio Extensibility. Now, to be clear, we are not abandoning the...
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    Why Another Blog?

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    Why indeed. I wanted to find a way to get the findings of my very sharp team to VSIP partners and anyone that would use automation in Visual Studio to accomplish a goal. I am a documentation manager of a very fine team. Most of my writers are programmers...
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    How to Get People to Your Blog - Part Deux

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    A number of bloggers have asked me how to drive traffice to <insert name of your blog here>. I have talked about the technical aspects of getting more people to your blog, but I've forgotten one the most basic concepts. Your content has to be interesting...
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    Deploying Add-Ins

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    At some point when you are developing add-ins, you may find that you want to install and run them on another computer, a process known as deployment. Visual Studio 2005 has a special project type called a Setup Project that allows you to do this. To enable...
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    What's New for Automation in Visual Studio 2005

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    Visual Studio 2005 features a number of targeted, programmable object models. By using these models, you can access the underlying components and events inside the Visual Studio integrated development environment (IDE) and its projects. Each model contains...
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    How to Get People to Your Blog

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    Philip Richardson and I were talking about getting people to your blog site. The first requirement is that you talk about what is unique to you and interesting to your readers. If most of your blog is pointers to Microsoft CRM announcements and downloads...
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    Forums vs. Newsgroups Redux

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    In my last blog comparing forums and newsgroups I compared and contrasted some of the features of both. I have an update to some of the concerns that were voiced about using the Dynamics CRM forums on MSDN. But first you might want to look at the Joe...
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    Triaged CRM Customer Suggestions

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    Jerry asks for the list of customer suggestions that was triaged this month. Good question, here they are: Votes Subject Action 5 Distribute Campaign Activities should allow an attachment – dupe, tell newsgroup thank you. 5 CRM should let me have...
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    Pre-Convergence 2006 and Travel

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    I spent most of the day traveling from Seattle to Dallas. Even with a direct flight, I spent from 7 AM to 6:15 PM on plane, shuttles and lounges. I started the morning with Seattle rush hour traffic and ended day with same in Dallas. Seattlites might...
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