• Tim Sneath

    OneNote Birth and Adolescence

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    And whilst talking about smart client apps, this entry from new blogger Chris Pratley describes how OneNote came about. I use this product an awful lot, although I've never understood why it's not just an extension for Word rather than a separate product...
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    Free Books and Training for Smart Client ISVs

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    If you're a UK- or US-based ISV starting to build smart client applications with .NET, you might want to take advantage of this programme to get a free starter kit containing books and software ( US version here ). Thanks to Paul for the link.
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    UK .NET Bloggers

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    It would be great to build a community of British-based bloggers who are writing about .NET and related technology. So I've started the ball rolling by creating a list of all the bloggers known to me who fall into that category. So - who am I missing...
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    UK .NET Bloggers

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    A list of .NET-related blogs written by UK authors. You can download this list in OPML format for use in your favourite RSS aggregator. Richard Acton : TechEd Europe adventures and Smartphone apps Tim Anderson : Freelance journalist (for PCW amongst others...
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    TechEd Europe Call for Papers

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    One of the responsibilities I've recently taken on is that of planning the content for TechEd Europe 2004 . This year should be the biggest TechEd yet in Europe, with 300 sessions across nine tracks. The European TechEd has always had a slightly greater...
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    Yukon On-Demand Webcast Available

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    I recently delivered a webcast on SQL Server "Yukon" using the new Microsoft LiveMeeting technology for a UK developer audience. The webcast covered the integration of the CLR into the Yukon engine, and also briefly covered some of the new T-SQL enhancements...
  • Tim Sneath

    Would You Swap Your Boss?

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    I don't get to watch much television these days (a combination of a young family, work and church), but I happened to come across an interesting programme on Channel 4 last night called Boss Swap . The programme takes an interesting premise...
  • Tim Sneath

    Yukon Engine: CLR Integration IV

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    After a brief break for Christmas and New Year, it's time to continue our overview of the integration of the Common Language Runtime into SQL Server "Yukon". Previous articles: Part I: Overview of CLR Integration Part II: Creating...
  • Tim Sneath

    The Return of the King - Alternative Version

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    These guys have come up with a hilarious spoof of Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. If you haven't seen the Hand Puppet Movie Theatre before, they've also had a go at the Matrix Trilogy, Star Wars and Harry Potter amongst others. Definitely something...
  • Tim Sneath

    On the Move...

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    This is my new blog home (was http://blogs.gotdotnet.com/tims ). Just waiting for the furniture to arrive...
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    .NET Framework Class Library Posters

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    I'm often asked why we don't make the glossy .NET Framework Class Library Posters (included in the VS.NET box) available for download from the website. Actually, they're already all available in PDF format, it's just that we've buried them so deep within...
  • Tim Sneath

    Another Excel Feature I Missed...

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    I've just found a really cool feature in Excel 2003 that I didn't know existed. To be fair, I don't for a moment consider myself an Office expert, so it's probably been around for years, but nevertheless I'm still impressed. I often find myself...
  • Tim Sneath

    Hands On With Longhorn

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    For me, the most valuable take-away from the PDC wasn't the free bag (it's starting to come to bits), the mound of advertising inside it (thrown away before I arrived at the airport), or even the geeky gadgets and toys (there's only so many pen/torch...
  • Tim Sneath

    Happy New Year 2004!

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    And so another year begins. The first week of January is of course the traditional time for all kinds of rogue commentators to produce a list of predictions for the coming twelve months, and this year has been no exception . For developers using the...
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