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  • GerardoDada

    Why Visual Studio?

    Brian blogs abolut the new Why Visual Studio portal in MSDN, where you can look at guided tours like this one for Visual Web Developer . In the portal you will find some articles about the business value that VS2005 brings to the table, articles...
  • André Henriksson

    Go-Live på WCF och WF

    Det är inte riktigt dags för release av Windows Communication Foundation och Windows Workflow Foundation men för dig som utvecklare så finns nu chansen att bygga applikationer på dessa teknologier och även produktionssätta dessa istället för att bara...
  • Arik Cohen

    Why no Avalon (WPF) Go Live at This Time?

    WinFX enthusiasts and early adopters have probably noticed by now the Go-Live agreements that are available for Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) with the recent January CTP of WinFX – and are probably wondering...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    Why Visual Studio? Take a Guided Tour

    Do you ever need to show someone why visual studio or help walk them through their first experiences? Well we've launched a great new Why Visual Studio portal on MSDN at . Best of all is a great Visual Web Developer...
  • Working the Spoken Word

    Speech Recognition: the healthy alternative

    With slashdot relaying that the average PC keyboard has 250 times more bacteria than a toilet seat , the only healthy choice has got to be desktop SR. (I don't think the Swedish study compared microphone germs - has anyone done this?). But seriously...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    Pass phrases instead of pass words

    Interesting idea which has been around for a while but I don't know if popular. Instead of passwords which usually are coined based on birthdays, anniversaries, other interesting dates around ones lives - and which consequently may be less secure, use...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Optimize XPS markup

    XPS is hot, so naturally more and more applications will be generating XPS. If your application has access to the XPS Document Writer, then the easiest way to generate XPS is just print to it. But there are cases you may want to generate XPS on your own...
  • Adventures in Software Engineering

    MSF oldies

    I was talking to my good friend Andrew Delin about how the original MSF 1.0 had several concepts which today are associated with Agile methodologies. One such concept was the polemic "Why No Requirements Document?" one. The main point in this...
  • Quent Herschelman's Blog

    SQL Server Usage Grows 58% in South Florida

    According to my data, SQL Server usage has grown 58% since last year in South Florida . WOW! If you are a database administrator who is taking the time to learn SQL Server 2005, then you are making a good investment in your future - at least in South...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    REMINDER: BaltoMSDN January Meeting

    Just a quick reminder that my good friend Geoff Snowman will be at the BaltoMSDN user group tonight expounding on the wonders of BizTalk Server 2006. Those who've seen him know that Geoff's a terrific speaker, so don't miss it! The meeting starts at...
  • Adventures in Software Engineering

    Hello World

    As a new blogger (out of hundreds of thousands already out there), and as a developer, my first post had to be "Hello World". I fondly remember my first experiences with Turbo Pascal 5.0, at the time the best development tool available. You...
  • Yves Dolce

    Under Vista, help is on the way when your application crashes...

    I'm in a Windows Vista Ascend dry run event this week and was introduced to that feature: Application Recovery . Although you'll need to add some code to your software, I'm sure your users will thank you! "À demain. Si on le veut bien." comme Philippe...
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