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    Christoph on BizTalk

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    Christoph Schittko , one of the XML MVPs , is joining in over at XmlAdvice.com with a blog about BizTalk Baby Steps . Christoph and I have talked quite a bit over IM regarding BizTalk 2004, I really look forward to hearing what he has to say about my...
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    VSTO Training on MSDN

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    Visual Studio Tools for Office 2003 Training has been posted to MSDN. The training labs in this section step you through the process of creating and working with Microsoft® Office Word 2003 and Microsoft Office Excel 2003 solutions using Microsoft...
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    BizTalk 2004 On Demand Web Casts

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    If you are looking for the on-demand web casts for 2004, Scott Woodgate posted the links in his blog: MSDN Webcast: Getting up to speed with BizTalk Server 2004 for the Visual Studio .NET Developer MSDN Webcast:...
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    Exception Management Application Block Samples

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    Adam has a great example on using the Exception Management Application Block's IExceptionPublisher interface to publish exceptions to MSMQ. If you are working with the EMAB, you might also want to see my example of creating a better IExceptionXmlPublisher...
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    ESF, and Generating ESF from Sharepoint

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    While there is not an existing standard anywhere named “Event Share Framework”, there is a conflict of TLAs between Event Share Framework and the Epistula Syndication Format . for an existing syndication specification. Normally, you might...
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    Aggregate RSS from SharePoint

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    Aggregating RSS from SharePoint is actually fairly simple, you just need an XSLT stylesheet to style the XML to the HTML that you want. Add an XML Web Part (ships with SharePoint) to your page Once added, click the “open the tool pane in...
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    New Regional Director - Vishwas Lele

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    I didn't see an announcement anywhere of new RD appointments, so I thought I would send out kudos to Vishwas Lele for his recent Microsoft Regional Director award. Vishwas recently spoke at the Washington, DC DevDays event , and is a Principal Architect...
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    Using Typed DataSets with Web Services

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    I just added another tip on my XML web log that I suspect others have already fought through: working with typed DataSets and web services . You won't want to pass the typed DataSet over the wire if you care about interoperability, so this post shows...
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    Misinformed Project Management - Make or Buy?

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    “You say 12 man years like it will really take that long. Remember, we have a deadline here.” http://blogs.xmladvice.com/kaevans/archive/2004/02/26/630.aspx
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    Swallowing the Red Pill

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    http://blogs.xmladvice.com/kaevans/archive/2004/02/19/563.aspx
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    Moving to blogs.XmlAdvice.com

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    I am moving my blog to http://blogs.XmlAdvice.com/kaevans . I kicked off the new blog with a diatribe on using XmlDocument as the source for XSLT transformations.
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    Pulled the Java post

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    Sam posted a comment to my Java vs .NET post that I decided to pull it... a link to Jason Whittington's original rebuttal to the 101 reasons blog post. Not that I object to the controversy or stirring up the conversation again, but I think Jason did such...
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    See ya, Dan

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    Dan Reeves is now an ex-coach of the Atlanta Falcons. Is it true? Arthur Blank finally got rid of the last remnants of the Smith family ?
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    UGA vs LSU for SEC Championship

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    Saturday, the Georgia Bulldogs will rematch against the LSU Tigers, but this time for the SEC Championship. UGA was given a gift by Florida State this past weekend when FSU defeated Florida. All that, and they beat Georgia Tech the same day (which is...
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    RelaxngValidatingReader

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    Just came across this bit of code... an XmlValidatingReader for RELAX NG implemented in mono called RelaxngValidatingReader .
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    Change Control: Software != House

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    Eli Robillard proposes Planning and Implementation should be separate projects. In the comments to this post, M. Keith Warren argues that it is impossible to write a full specification of a large (6+ month) project. I would agree with Keith, and that...
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    Model Groups in XML Schemas - xs:all Groups

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    A recent article on devx.com discusses the use of xs:all to constrain a mixed content model groups. The question posed in the article perked my ears because I thought it was obvious that xs:all was not appropriate to the problem. The article surrounds...
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    Thrashers Beat the Bruins

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    My gracious brother had an extra ticket and suite passes for the Thrasher's game last night. I took Jeff Key along for the ride, and we consumed more than our fair share of the beers in the suite's refrigerator. And to boot... the Thrashers actually...
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    Wearing Black for Dooley on Saturday

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    Athens -- In his final football season as Georgia's athletics director, Vince Dooley has been honored by some of the Bulldogs' fiercest rivals -- Florida, LSU, Auburn and Tennessee. But Dooley won't be recognized Saturday in the stadium he made famous...
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    XML != Object

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    Confusion arises because there's no commonly accepted definition of what an object is, let alone what an object model is. XML schema definitions map to some languages' OO concepts cleanly in some aspects and don't map at all in other aspects. One commonly...
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    Unicode Explained

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    The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!) http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/Unicode.html
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    Lowe's Hacked via Wireless Network

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    Two guys hacked into several Lowe's store from the parking lot .
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    ASP.NET 1.1 ValidateRequest Security Flaw

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    From the DOTNET-WEB list on DevelopMentor: Monday, September 8th, 2003 Background: ---------- As part of Microsoft's attempts to make it easier for application developers to write secure code, Microsoft has added a new feature, named Request...
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    "Link" explains the Matrix Revolutions Ending

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    The actor who played “Link“ in Matrix Revisited and Matrix Revolutions was interviewed on a local radio show and explains the ending to Matrix Revolutions . WARNING! Definite spoiler included. Do not listen if you have not seen Revolutions...
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    XML Schema Design Patterns

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    As several noted regarding the PDC pre-conference session “.NET: The XML And Web Services Perspective“, the point was made that global type declarations should be used in XML Schemas to avoid duplicate declarations without inferring context...
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