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    Are you an aspiring architect?

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    There's a bunch of interesting webcasts coming up for aspiring architects. This series of webcasts is done with the intention of cutting the hype and giving people the straight dope on cutting edge stuff such as SOA and Web 2.0. I would particularily...
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    Windows Mobile Power Savers

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    I love my Windows Mobile phone. I still can't help but be surprised at how much I've come to rely on it. I've gotten used to flagging email on my phone so that I can read it later. I don't have to face a barrage of unread email messages everytime I sync...
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    Windows XP Service Pack 3 released

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    Windows XP Service Pack 3 was released to manufacturing on April 21st. An overview of the contents of this service pack is available here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=68c48dad-bc34-40be-8d85-6bb4f56f5110&displaylang=en...
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    Biztalk Server 2006 R3 announced

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    The next version of Biztalk (Biztalk Server 2006 R3) was just announced. More details can be found in Steve Martin's blog post here: http://blogs.msdn.com/stevemar/archive/2008/04/23/biztalk-server-platform-updates.aspx . This release is primarily so...
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    Paste As Text 1.0

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    Hurrah! My first project on codeplex. It's here: http://www.codeplex.com/PasteAsText . Paste As Text is actually a very simple tool to solve a very simple problem. I've actually been using it for a good 3 months now and it worked out great for me. I thought...
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    TechReady 5

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    So I've finally managed to see America. TechReady 5 is a twice yearly technical readiness event that Microsoft runs for employees. What is great about this event is that it rings together people in the field (like me) who are trying to sell/implement...
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    The Double-Hop Problem

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    The double-hop problem will usually only be an issue to those of you who write some sort of web-based code (a web application or web service) that uses impersonation. As a .NET programmer I must confess I did not realise that impersonation was built into...
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