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I had mentioned this a while back but thought I would mention it again for those that missed it. We do have several Open Source items of interest and you can find them at:
Finally updated the post that shows how to create, configure, and consume a WCF service. Check it out here:
Check out what ScottGu has to say about the future of the 3.5 Framework here:
Here are some good resources from Mitsu Furuta to get you started:
My co-worker Glenn Gordon had this cool link to share the other day:
Need to send large files to someone?
Then try http://transferbigfiles.com/Default.aspx
http://tinyurl.com/ -- big coolness in a small package
http://www.bugmenot.com/ -- when you are not in a giving mood
Great reference material for the text junkie:
http://www.lookuptables.com/ -- very cool tables
http://www.unicode.org/charts/ -- even though the previous site links to this site as well, I prefer the way this one is organized
Yes boys and girls it's time for MIX '07. The premier web event of the year for MS. Click on Elvis and check it out!