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  • Ryan Storgaard's Blog

    Availability of "Go Live" license for WCF and WF

    What’s the “big news” today? Today we announced the availability of “go live” licenses for two big components of “WinFX”. Those components being Windows Communication Foundation, and Windows WorkFlow Foundation. The Go Live license permits you to deploy...
  • BAM Setup and Configuration

    2 new articles on BAM configuration

    I've posted two new articles on BAM Configuration: Configuring Multiple BizTalk Groups to the same BAM Databases - Notes on incrementally enabling and disabling BAM -
  • SQL Server Express WebLog

    SQL Server Express Newsletter

    The knowledgeable folks over at Windows IT Pro offer a great resource for SQL Server Express users: their twice-monthly free newsletter, SQL Server 2005 Express UPDATE. They have feature articles, community feedback, whitepapers, and SQL Server Express...
  • The Design-Time Developer

    No good walk is spoiled: Why Mario Golf is better than the real thing

    Mark Twain once said, "Golf is a good walk spoiled." For anyone who is not a die-hard enthusiast, it's easy to understand why. If you're playing with a good-sized party, there's lots of standing around and waiting. If it's a hot day, it can quickly get...
  • Kannan

    Team Foundation Server - User Permission Manager tool

    As I mentioned earlier in my Blog entry I am currently working on releasing a CTP version of Team Foundation User Permission Manager tool. Based on our internal use and feedback from users 'not adding users by default to SharePoint and SQL Reporting Services...
  • PeteL's Blog

    reviews & community commitments

    Usually around mid-January and mid-June, Microsoft employees do a bit of bitching. It's review time. This year is no exception, it's time to do my review, or more realistically at this time of year, the "mid year discussion". It's an opportunity to check...
  • GerardoDada

    Security Resource Kit for developers

    As a developer, writing secure applications is not an option- it is paramount. We are putting together a new Microsoft Developer Security Resource Kit that brings together a host of valuable references and resources for developing more secure applications...
  • Andrew Delin's WebLog

    Agile in the beginning: the Microsoft Solutions Framework circa 1993

    I recently presented MSF v4.0 (alpha) at TechReady 2, Microsoft's internal technical training event in Seattle. This is the first time I've shared a stage with Bill - but not at the same time ;o) Microsoft has a long history with the Microsoft Solutions...
  • Tom Miller's Blog

    Managed DirectX - It's not just games..

    So here at Microsoft, we have this thing called a 'buddy program' which you can read more about at . I'm signed up for this program and have a 'buddy' who works for a company (I assume in Germany) doing Managed...
  • Mark Rideout's Blog

    Media player like rating DataGridView column

    One request that I've seen a few times is to have a column in the DataGridView display a rating like stars similar to what you would find in Media Player. I've posted this over at the MSDN forums, but I thought having it in the blog would also be good...
  • Adventures In SoftwareLand

    New Channel9 Podcast Show: The MicroISV Show

    Welcome to a new podcast show I'm doing on Channel9, The MicroISV Show . First off, what is a MicroISV? We, at Microsoft, consider a small software company, typically numbering one to three people, a MicroISV. The largest majority of MicroISVs also...
  • Mark Rideout's Blog

    New link for TreeGridView

    Some people reported problems actually running the TreeGridView sample, so I've recompiled it on an RTM build machine (previously I was using the latest internal VS build). You can get the new version (that also includes release & debug binaries prebuilt...
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