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  • Rob Caron

    What's New in the Team Foundation Server RC

    See Jeff Beehler's blog post cited below to get a handle on what you can expect to find in the forthcoming Team Foundation Server Release Candidate. Since posting about the upcoming TFS Release Candidate, I’ve received numerous requests to describe...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    NoVaSQL January Meeting

    I'm a little late in posting the following from my friends at NoVaSQL...the meeting is tonight, so don't miss it. See you there! The Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group ( ) is announcing its first session for 2006 to benefit...
  • TexBlog

    Fear as a driver for language choice

    If you've hung around online communities for any length of time where developers gather, there's no doubt you've seen someone post a message to the effect of: "Dude, don't use programming tool X! Don't you know... [a] everyone who's anyone is using...
  • craigrow

    Digital Signatures for Kernel Modules on x64-based Systems Running Windows Vista

    This is an important change for Vista drivers. The biggest change, from my perspective is this... "Note: Even users with administrator privileges cannot load unsigned kernel-mode code on x64-based systems. This applies for any software module that...
  • Inside Architecture

    Workflow visibility: driving levels of abstraction into functional requirements

    I'm sitting in a meeting typing a blog. Shoot me. However, there is a discussion going on about how a process may flow differently depending on the level of information that may be made available. Earlier I described different levels of abstraction...
  • Ryan Donovan's Commerce Server WebLog

    CS2006 Beta Documentation now on MSDN

    • 0 Comments I am pleased to report that we now have our most up-to-date documentation set live on MSDN. Be sure to add this...
  • Glen's old blog

    Reader Mail -

    Attilla from Norway (I'm quoting directly here so excuse the spelling) asks the following in reference to an article I posted about building a SQL Reporting Services report around a stored procedure : I am trying to conect query varuabels into layout...
  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    Would you like a copy of the Vista Beta?

    Do you want a copy of the Vista Beta (Beta 1)? Wanna take a crack at winning some cool prizes ? Yeah? If you live in Northern California, come and attend one of my shows in the SF Bay area, and I’ll be distributing the betas there. Click on one of...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Create your own typing tutor!

    Here’s an idea to teach somebody the positions of the letters on the keyboard: letters fly in randomly from the right for 30 seconds. Hit the letter on the keyboard for points. Miss and lose points. As time goes on, the letters move faster and there are...
  • Paul Cornell

    Customizing and Extending Visual Studio

    There are lots of ways to customize and extend Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 to help you be more efficient and productive as you create solutions and tools for yourself and others. When we discuss customizing Visual Studio, we generally refer to changing...
  • PeteL's Blog

    too short, too long, just right

    One of the cool things I like about working at Microsoft is the diversity. There are so many smart, and diverse people here, it's fantastic. At the same time, it presents some interesting challenges within all the different orgs. Sometimes, when we...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Oh, yeah!

    As a ship-gift for shipping VS2005 , I got my copy of VS2005 "Everything Edition" (Ok, it's not actually called that). I'm very excited about this. I've installed it on my home machine and am looking forward to using it for my various pet projects. It...
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