August, 2007

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    Spaß mit Google Earth/Google Maps

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    Google setzt bei der Erstellung von 3D Modellen, bzw. dem Mapping von Fotos auf besagte Modelle auf die Community. Mit Hilfe von SketchUp können 3D Modelle erzeugt werden, auf Google Earth hochgeladen und anschließend freigegeben werden. Interessanterweise führt das immer wieder zu lustigen Ergebnissen ;-)

    Google Maps

    Sieht fast so aus als befände sich ein schwarzes Loch mitten im Zentrum von Seattle :-)

    Wer sich die Karte im Browser anschauen möchte: http://maps.google.de/?ie=UTF8&ll=47.604601,-122.332522&spn=0.003183,0.005413&t=k&z=18&om=1

    Schöne Grüße

    Daniel

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    Warum funktioniert Javascript Intellisense / Intellicode nicht (mehr) in Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2?

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    Eines der richtig coolen Featurers des Visual Studio 2008 ist Javascript Intellisense / Intellicode.

    JavaScript Intellisense in Visual Studio 2008

    Leider musste ich vor einigen Tagen feststellen, dass Javascript Intellisense / Intellicode in meiner Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 Installation nicht mehr funktionierte :-(. Wie sich herausstellte kommen für dieses Verhalten zwei Ursachen in Betracht.

    1. Es handelt sich um einen sporadisch auftauchenden Bug in ca. jeder 100sten Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 Installation der rel. einfach zu beheben ist. Um Javascript Intellisense / Intellicode in Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 zu aktivieren müssen die folgenden zwei Registryeinträge gesetzt sein (Installationspfade gegebenenfalls anpassen):
      1. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\CLSID\{014E9A41-54E5-44ED-B15E-EFFA8758BFFC}]
        "CodeBase"=file:///C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\\Common7\\IDE\\Microsoft.JScript.AuthoringServices.dll
      2. [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\CLSID\{014E9A41-54E5-44ED-B15E-EFFA8758BFFC}\InprocServer32\9.0.0.0]
        "CodeBase"=file:///C:\\Program Files\\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\\Common7\\IDE\\Microsoft.JScript.AuthoringServices.dll
    2. Bei der Deinstallation der Silverlight Tools for Visual Studio wird die Datei Microsoft.JScript.AuthoringServices.dll versehentlich deinstalliert. Eine Reperatur von Visual Studio 2008 behebt das Problem.

    Happy Coding!

    Daniel

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    SUPERSIZE ME!

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    Ok. Hier ist es! Für alle unter uns die sich nicht mit einer "kleinen Pommes" abgeben. Für alle, die den Hals nicht voll genug bekommen. Für alle, die sich lieber den Magen verrenken als dem Wirt was zu schenken!

    Tata!!!! Das Super-Maxi-Menü! Das Feature Pack for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 :-) Und es enthält nicht ein, nicht zwei sondern sage und schreibe >>33<< (in Worten: dreiunddreißig) Pakete! Und los geht's

    Microsoft ADOMD.NET

      ADOMD.NET is a Microsoft .NET Framework object model that enables software developers to create client-side applications that browse metadata and query data stored in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services. ADOMD.NET is a Microsoft ADO.NET provider with enhancements for online analytical processing (OLAP) and data mining.
      Note: The English ADOMD.Net setup package installs support for all SQL Server 2005 languages.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer

    Microsoft Core XML Services (MSXML) 6.0
      Microsoft Core XML Services (MSXML) 6.0 is the latest version of the native XML processing stack. MSXML 6.0 provides standards-conformant implementations of XML 1.0, XML Schema (XSD) 1.0, XPath 1.0, and XSLT 1.0. In addition, it offers 64-bit support, increased security for working with untrusted XML data, and improved reliability over previous versions of MSXML.
      Audience(s): Partner, Developer

    Microsoft OLEDB Provider for DB2
      The Microsoft OLE DB Provider for DB2 is a COM component for integrating vital data stored in IBM DB2 databases with new solutions based on Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition and Developer Edition. SQL Server developers and administrators can use the provider with Integration Services, Analysis Services, Replication, Reporting Services, and Distributed Query Processor. Run the self-extracting download package to create an installation folder. The single setup program will install the provider and tools on x86, x64, and IA64 computers. The package includes product updates in the form of an integrated Service Pack 1. Read the installation guide and Readme for more information.
      Audience(s): Customer, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server Management Pack for MOM 2005
      The Microsoft SQL Server Management Pack enables you to monitor SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2000 in an enterprise environment. Included are enterprise-level capabilities to monitor resource availability and configuration, collect performance data, and test default thresholds. Local and remote connectivity checks help ensure database availability.
      With the embedded expertise in the SQL Server Management Pack, you can identify issues and manage issues before they become critical. This Management Pack increases the security, availability, and performance of your SQL Server infrastructure.
      The Microsoft SQL Server Management Pack Guide that is included describes the content of the management pack and how to deploy it.
      Audience(s): Customer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2000 PivotTable Services
      PivotTable Services 8.0 is the OLE DB provider for SQL Server 2000 Analysis Services and is used to connect with an Analysis Services 2000 server. PivotTable Services does not work with SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services. Therefore, client applications that need connect to Analysis Services in both SQL Server 2000 and SQL Sever 2005 will need to install both PivotTable Services 8.0 and Analysis Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider in a side-by-side configuration.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2000 DTS Designer Components
      The Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Data Transformation Services (DTS) package designer is a design tool used by developers and administrators of SQL Server 2005 servers to edit and maintain existing DTS packages until they can be upgraded or recreated in the SQL Server 2005 Integration Services package format. After installing this download, SQL Server 2005 users can continue to edit and maintain existing DTS packages from the Object Explorer in SQL Server 2005 Management Studio and from the Execute DTS 2000 Package Task Editor in Business Intelligence Development Studio, without needing to reinstall the SQL Server 2000 tools. The DTS package designer in this download was formerly accessed from the Data Transformation Services node in SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Manager.
      Audience(s): Customer, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server Native Client
      Microsoft SQL Server Native Client (SQL Native Client) is a single dynamic-link library (DLL) containing both the SQL OLE DB provider and SQL ODBC driver. It contains run-time support for applications using native-code APIs (ODBC, OLE DB and ADO) to connect to Microsoft SQL Server 7.0, 2000 or 2005. SQL Native Client should be used to create new applications or enhance existing applications that need to take advantage of new SQL Server 2005 features. This redistributable installer for SQL Native Client installs the client components needed during run time to take advantage of new SQL Server 2005 features, and optionally installs the header files needed to develop an application that uses the SQL Native Client API.
      Audience(s): Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider
      The Analysis Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider is a COM component that software developers can use to create client-side applications that browse metadata and query data stored in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services. This provider implements both the OLE DB specification and the specification’s extensions for online analytical processing (OLAP) and data mining.
      Note: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider requires Microsoft Core XML Services (MSXML) 6.0, also available on this page.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Backward Compatibility Components
      The SQL Server Backward Compatibility package includes the latest versions of Data Transformation Services 2000 runtime (DTS), SQL Distributed Management Objects (SQL-DMO), Decision Support Objects (DSO), and SQL Virtual Device Interface (SQLVDI). These versions have been updated for compatibility with SQL Server 2005 and include all fixes shipped through SQL Server 2000 SP4.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Command Line Query Utility
      The SQLCMD utility allows users to connect, send Transact-SQL batches, and output rowset information from SQL Server 7.0, SQL Server 2000, and SQL Server 2005 instances. SQLCMD is a replacement for ISQL and OSQL, but can coexist with installations that have ISQL or OSQL installed.
      Note: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Command Line Query Utility requires Microsoft SQL Server Native Client, also available on this page.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Datamining Viewer Controls
      The Data Mining Web Controls Library is a set of Microsoft Windows Forms controls that enable software developers to display data mining models created using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services in their client-side applications. The controls in this library display the patterns that are contained in Analysis Services mining models.
      Note: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Datamining Viewer Controls requires Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services 9.0 OLE DB Provider and Microsoft ADOMD.NET, also available on this page.
      Audience(s): Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 JDBC Driver
      In its continued commitment to interoperability, Microsoft has released and supports a new Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) driver for SQL Server 2005. The SQL Server 2005 JDBC Driver download is available to all SQL Server users at no additional charge and provides access to SQL Server 2000 and SQL Server 2005 from any Java application, application server, or Java-enabled applet. This is a Type 4 JDBC driver that provides database connectivity through the standard JDBC application programming interfaces (APIs) available in J2EE (Java2 Enterprise Edition).
      Audience(s): Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Management Objects Collection
      The Management Objects Collection package includes several key elements of the SQL Server 2005 management API, including Analysis Management Objects (AMO), Replication Management Objects (RMO), and SQL Server Management Objects (SMO). Developers and DBAs can use these components to programmatically manage SQL Server 2005.
      Note: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Management Objects Collection requires Microsoft Core XML Services (MSXML) 6.0 and Microsoft SQL Server Native Client, also available on this page.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer


    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition
      Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition is the next version of SQL Server Mobile adding the desktop platform. SQL Server Compact extends the SQL Server Mobile technology by offering a low maintenance, compact embedded database for single-user client applications for all Windows platforms including tablet PCs, pocket PCs, smart phones and desktops. Just as with SQL Server Mobile, SQL Server Compact is a free, easy-to-use, lightweight, and embeddable version of SQL Server 2005 for developing desktop and mobile applications.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Notification Services Client Components
      The SQL Server 2005 Notification Services Client Components package provides client APIs that enable subscription management and event submission within custom applications that include SQL Server 2005 Notification Services functionality. The subscription management APIs allow developers to create subscriptions and subscribers, and manage subscriber devices. The event submission APIs allow users to specify events using the event APIs or stored procedures.
      Audience(s): Partner

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Upgrade Advisor
      Upgrade Advisor analyzes instances of SQL Server 7.0 and SQL Server 2000 in preparation for upgrading to SQL Server 2005. Upgrade Advisor identifies deprecated features and configuration changes that might affect your upgrade, and it provides links to documentation that describes each identified issue and how to resolve it.
      Audience(s): Customer, Developer

    Microsoft .NET Data Provider for mySAP Business Suite, Preview Version
      SQL Server 2005 includes support for accessing SAP data by using the Microsoft .NET Data Provider for mySAP Business Suite. This provider lets you create an Integration Services package that can connect to a mySAP Business Suite solution and then execute commands to access data via supported interfaces. You can also create Reporting Services reports against a server running the mySAP Business Suite.
      You can use the Microsoft .NET Data Provider for mySAP Business Suite in the SQL Server Import and Export Wizard and in various Integration Services features (including the Script task, the DataReader Source component, and the Script component), as well as the data processing extensions in Reporting Services.
      The Microsoft .NET Data Provider for mySAP Business Suite is not included in SQL Server 2005. The preview version is licensed as pre-release software as outlined in the License Terms. See the Readme included with the download for information on the prerequisites for using the Microsoft .NET Data Provider for mySAP Business Suite.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer

    Reporting Add-In for Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2005 Express
      The Reporting Add-In for Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2005 Express includes a ReportViewer control, an integrated report designer, and a comprehensive API that lets you customize run-time functionality. You can use the control to add interactive real-time data reports to your ASP.NET Web applications. Reports can use data from any ADO.NET DataTable or custom Business object. You can create reports that combine tabular, matrix, and visual data in free-form or traditional report layouts. An integrated report designer is included so that you can create the custom reports that bind to the control.
      The Reporting Add-In is the same reporting component that is included with other editions of Visual Studio, but without support for Windows Forms applications. For more information including product documentation and samples, see the ReportViewer Controls (Visual Studio) topic on MSDN.
      Audience(s): Developer

    Microsoft Exception Message Box
      The exception message box is a programmatic interface that you can use in your applications for any tasks for which MessageBox may be used. The exception message box is a supported managed assembly designed to elegantly handle managed code exceptions. It provides significantly more control over the messaging experience and gives your users the options to save error message content for later reference and to get help on messages.
      Audience(s): Developer

    Data Mining Managed Plug-in Algorithm API for SQL Server 2005
      The Managed Plug-in API is a Microsoft .NET object model that enables software developers to create plug-in data mining algorithms for SQL Server 2005 by using CLI-compliant languages, such as Visual C# 2.0. The object model is available as source code and it needs to be built on the developer’s computer. The package includes a step-by-step tutorial, a compiled HTML help file (.chm), as well as a sample plug-in algorithm developed in C#.
      Audience(s): Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Add-in for Microsoft SharePoint Technologies
      Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint Technologies allows you to take advantage of SQL Server 2005 Service Pack 2 (SP2) report processing and management capabilities in SharePoint. The download provides a Report Viewer web part, web application pages, and support for using standard Windows SharePoint Services.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer

    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Data Mining Add-ins for Microsoft Office 2007
      Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Data Mining Add-ins for Microsoft Office 2007 allow you take advantage of SQL Server 2005 predictive analytics in Office Excel 2007 and Office Visio 2007. The download includes Table Analysis Tools for Excel, Data Mining Client for Excel, and Data Mining Templates for Visio.
      Audience(s): Customer, Partner, Developer

    SQL Server 2005 Performance Dashboard Reports
      The Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Performance Dashboard Reports are a set of Reporting Services report files that run within SQL Server 2005 SP2 Management Studio and later versions. These reports let SQL Server users more easily identify when a performance problem is occurring, and to identify the most likely cause. If more assistance is needed, the administrator can accurately describe the problem to technical support. This results in faster problem resolution.
      Audience(s): Customer, Developer

    SQL Server 2005 Best Practices Analyzer
      The SQL Server 2005 Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) gathers data from Microsoft Windows and SQL Server configuration settings. BPA uses a predefined list of SQL Server 2005 recommendations and best practices to determine if there are potential issues in the database environment.
      Audience(s): Customer

     

    In diesem Sinne viel Spaß beim Download ;-)

       Daniel

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    JavaScript Profiling und "Wie verwende ich IE7 mit einem lokalen Proxy (AjaxView/Fiddler/...)"?

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    Profiler für C, C++, JAVA, VB.NET, C#, etc. gibt es wie Sand am Meer. Etwas komplizierter wird es wenn es darum geht JavaScript Anwendungen auszuwerten. Außer dem excellenten FireBug, der allerdings nur auf dem Firefox lauffähig ist, sieht's recht mau aus. Glücklicherweise haben sich Emre Kiciman und Benjamin Livshits, beide Kollegen des Microsoft Research Teams, dieses Problems angekommen und Ajax View entwickelt. Ajax View ist ein kleiner Proxy der JavaScript entgegennimmt, dieses zur Laufzeit umschreibt und an den Client zurückgibt. Anhand des umgeschriebenen Codes kann der Proxy die Laufzeiten auswerten und in einer gesonderten Webseite anzeigen. Sehr, sehr COOL!

    Ressourcen

    Noch eine kleine Anmwekung am Rande: IE7 und das .NET Framework verwenden keine Proxies für localhost oder 172.0.0.1. Um dennoch lokal gehostete Anwendungen profilen zu können einfach auf http://machinename/myApp/default.aspx zugreifen.

    In diesem Sinne

    Daniel

    Nachtrag (20070827_1337): P.S.: Der IE7 ist so "schlau" (GRRRRRRR!!!!!), dass Zugriffe auf http://localhost/ - unabhängig der Konfigurationseinstellungen - nie über einen Proxy geroutet werden :-( Dieses Problem kann mit folgender Notation umgangen werden: http://localhost./ (Man achte auf den PUNKT nach localhost!!!) Vielen Dank an Dominick Baier für diesen Tipp!

    Nachtrag (20080216_1612): Alternativ zu http://localhost./ kann man auch http://127.0.0.1./ verwenden (Punkte NACH localhost und 172.0.0.1 beachten). The reason that using the 127.0.0.1. address works and Localhost doesn't is most likely that you're on Vista. The Cassini server only listens on the IPv4 address, but on Vista, Localhost maps by default to IPv6, where Cassini isn't listening.

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    JavaScript in JSP, PHP oder ASP/ASP.NET Seiten mit Visual Studio 2008 debuggen

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    Zugegeben, neu ist dieses Feature nicht mehr, beeindruckend allerdings immer wieder! Mein Kollege Kirk beschreibt in seinem Blog auf http://blogs.msdn.com/kaevans/archive/2007/08/10/javascript-debugging-in-visual-studio-2008.aspx genau die notwendigen Schritte JavaScript auf einer PHP Seite zu debuggen. Beeindruckender ist nur, dass dieses Feature in dem kostenlos verfügbaren Visual Studio Express 2008 vorhanden ist...

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    Ich will es wissen! Was machen wir (als Microsoft) gut, was machen wir schlecht und was sollten wir anders machen?

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    Ok. Hier ganz unverblühmt. Der virtuelle Kummerkasten! Ich will es wissen und ich versuche Antworten zu geben warum wir machen was wir machen!

    1. Was machen wir (als Microsoft) gut
    2. was machen wir schlecht und
    3. was sollten wir anders machen?

    Jetzt ist die Gelegenheit mal Frust abzulassen, ein positives Feedback zu geben oder auch konstruktive Kritik zu üben. Und zwar in allen Bereichen! Nicht nur rund um die Softwareentwicklung. Also, los geht's!

    Daniel

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    Deep Dive ASP.NET Server Controls

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    Vor einiger Zeit habe ich eine Webcastserie zum Thema Server Controls (ASP. NET Server Controls – eine Kampfansage an „Clipboard Inheritance“ in neun Teilen) gehalten. Fokus dieser Serie waren die unterschiedlichen Arten von ServerControls (Inherited Controls, Rendered Controls und Conposite Controls), deren Vor- und Nachteile und wie diese programmiert werden können. Zusätzlich wurden UserControls beleuchtet und gezeigt, wie ServerControls mit Templates erweitert werden können.

    Ergänzend zu dieser Serie fand ich gestern eine sehr interessante, dreiteilige Artikelserie welche sich mit der dynamischen Erzeugung von Server Controls befasst.

    TRULY Understanding Dynamic Controls (Part 1)
    TRULY Understanding Dynamic Controls (Part 2)
    TRULY Understanding Dynamic Controls (Part 3)

    Viel Spaß beim Abtauchen!

       Daniel

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    Wie konvertiere ich ein Array von Bytes in einen String und wieder zurück?

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    Aus der Kategorie Tipps- und Tricks…

    Dim myEncoding As System.Text.Encoding = System.Text.Encoding.ASCII

    Dim myByteArray As Byte() = myEncoding.GetBytes("Hallo Welt :-)")

    Dim myText As String = myEncoding.GetString(myByteArray)

    Einfach, oder? ;-)

    Noch mehr Tipps und Tricks finden sich übrigens auf MSDN Solve und für Anregungen aus der Community habe ich jederzeit ein offenes Ohr :-) Wer also mit seinem eigenen Tipp/Trick auf MSDN Solve erscheinen möchte oder wissen will, wie etwas funktioniert... jetzt ist die Gelegenheit :-)

    Schöne Grüße

    Daniel

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    Automatische Sicherung für den SQL Server 2005 Express - Beta Tester gesucht

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    Ruprecht Dröge – MSDN Solve SQL Server Spezializst (http://www.microsoft.com/germany/msdn/solve/knowhow/sql/default.mspx), sucht derzeit Beta-Tester für sein Tool, das eine automatische Sicherung des SQL Server Express ermöglicht. Gesucht werden Teilnehmer, die bereit sind, das Programm intensiv zu testen und Feedback zu geben. Details finden sich unter http://blogs.sqlserverfaq.de/Lists/Beitraege/Post.aspx?ID=44.

    Schöne Grüße

    Daniel

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    Some ressources to get started with LINQ

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    How Do I … LINQ?

    Get started with LINQ to XML in Visual Basic:

    .NET Framework Developer Center > LINQ:

    Prerequisites: SQL Server or SQL Server 2005 Express and Visual Studio or Visual Basic Express.

    Cheers

    Daniel

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    Kocht ViewState meinen Kaffee oder macht er mich attraktiver für das andere Geschlecht?

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    Der wahrscheinlich umfassendste Artikel den ich zu diesem Thema je gefunden habe. Hier bleiben keine Fragen offen ;-) Definitiv ein Muss für jeden ernsthaften Webentwickler!

    http://weblogs.asp.net/infinitiesloop/archive/2006/08/03/Truly-Understanding-Viewstate.aspx

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    How Software is built

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    Hi

    Microsoft has commissioned a project to look at the software development & delivery lifecycle of “closed source” companies and compare/contrast that to software development and delivery lifecycle of commercial “open source” companies.  The investigation will look at not only how software is designed, developed and tested – but also at  how the vendor is able to leverage the ecosystem. 

    A blog (http://www.howsoftwareisbuilt.com) has been set up to gather perspectives on both the Open Source and Closed Source Development Models and to encourage wide audience feedback and input for the study.  We have conducted interviews with various industry experts to get their insights on both the development models.

    The project has generated a lot of excitement and interest within Microsoft and the Open Source Community and we have been able to gather perspectives from various experts on both the sides.
    Some of the people interviewed on either side are as below:

    • Ryan Waite, Group Program Manager for High-Performance Computing at Microsoft.
    • Mark Gross, Engineer Open Source Technology center Intel Corporation
    • Shawn Burke, Director, Microsoft’s .NET Developer Platform group
    • Stormy Peters, Director Community and Partner Programs OpenLogic
    • Michael Howard, Senior Security Program manager at Microsoft
    • Phil Costa, Director of Product Management for Flex and ColdFusion at Adobe
    • Marc Miller, Open Source Software Evangelist in the AMD Developer Outreach Organization
    • Patrick Hogan, NASA World Wind
    • Jay Pipes, North American Community Relations Manager at MySQL
    • John McCreesh - Marketing Program Lead – OpenOffice
    • James Reinders - Chief Evangelist - Software Products Division - Intel

    Please feel free to visit the blog and share your insights.

    Daniel

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    SP1 for Windows Vista targeted for the first quarter of 2008

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    Get all the facts on Announcing Windows Vista Service Pack 1 Beta.

    Regards

       Daniel

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    Ressourcen für die Migration von ASP nach ASP.NET

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    Anbei einige Ressourcen für die Migration von ASP nach ASP.NET:

    HTHs

    Daniel Walzenbach

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    SMS Server Toolkit von Microsoft Research

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    http://research.microsoft.com/research/downloads/Details/2bdeb3c6-9945-4804-a9bc-0d53704d35da/Details.aspx

    :-)

  • <dw:daniel_walzenbach runat="server" />

    MSDN Solve – wir machen eine kleine Pause für Sie

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    MSDN Solve ist die Lösung für alle Entwickler, die praxis-orientierte Hilfestellungen bei typischen Programmier-Herausforderungen suchen. MSDN Solve liefert verständliche Antworten auf immer wiederkehrende Fragen aus dem IT-Alltag und sorgt dafür, dass Sie Stolperfallen in Software-Projekten künftig leicht umschiffen. Mit täglich neuen CodeClips und How-To-Guides begrüßen wir Sie hier auf MSDN Solve. Vom 15.08. bis zum 28.08.2007 wird MSDN Solve im Rahmen eines globalen MSDN Webseiten Relaunches leider keine neuen Inhalte veröffentlichen können.

    Um Ihnen bessere Leistungen bieten zu können, stehen wir mit unseren Kunden in einem ständigen Dialog, um herauszufinden, was Ihnen als Kunde wichtig ist, was Sie stört und wie Sie unsere Angebote und Kommunikation bewerten. Als Reaktion auf Ihr Feedback und nach umfassenden Tests der Benutzerfreundlichkeit implementieren wir auf MSDN Online jetzt ein neues frisches Aussehen und strukturieren unser MSDN Portal neu – mit dem Ziel ihnen noch einfacher und schneller die gesuchten Inhalte präsentieren zu können. Ganz nach dem Motto: "Smarter. Persönlicher. Umfassender.". Derzeit werden diese Änderungen im gesamten MSDN-Bereich sukzessive umgesetzt und Anfang September 2007 sind wir hier unter http://www.msdn-solve.de wieder in gewohnter Art und Weise mit täglich frischen Antworten für Entwickler für Sie da.

    Ihr MSDN Solve Team
    www.msdn-solve.de
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