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  • John Lawrence (MSFT)

    We'd like your thoughts on the Team Foundation Server setup experience

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    I can't believe that anyone reading my blog doesn't also read Rob Caron's but just in case, we've got a really important survey that we'd like you to answer in order to gather more information about your experiences of setting up Team Foundation Server...
  • Rob Caron

    Team Foundation Server Setup Experience

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    The Team Foundation Server setup experience has been evolving for over a year now in response to feedback we’ve received from people like you. While we’ve made significant progress since that first release last year as Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 Refresh...
  • Pashman's InfoPath Goldmine

    Retrieve username from logon environment.

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    The following is the most common code snippet I offer to people. The original authors are mentioned in the post below. http://www.infopathfaq.com INFOPATHFAQ010124 - from the web, can you pass a users login to a form? - 8 Comments - stephencummins...
  • Pashman's InfoPath Goldmine

    More advanced training available online.

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    So, if you are beyond the basics on XML and are ready to get your hands dirty, this series of labs available on the MSDN site is very good. I especially end up sending people to Lab 15, which does a very good job of showing how InfoPath can reach into...
  • Moustafa Khalil's Space

    Business Process Workflow and Integration Conference

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    During the week of October 3rd we had a Business Process Workflow and Integration Conference here in Microsoft's main campus, Redmond. I staffed the Windows Workflow Foundation cabana and the Hands On Labs. I had the pleasure of meeting a lot of partners...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    How are we doin'?

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    Time for my periodic “reader pulse check.” Based on previous reader feedback, JobsBlog introduced new faces to the crowd , re-focused the relevancy of our posts toward job-seeking tips and/or working at Microsoft, and (hopefully) continue to offer you...
  • Engine Watch

    Link: SQL Server 2000 Build Chart

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    This could be pretty useful: a build chart lists all of the known KB articles, hotfixes and other builds of SQL Server 2000 that have been released: http://www.aspfaq.com/sql2000Builds.asp
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Update to Iron Python MDbg sample.

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    Shawn Farkas just let me know that the latest Iron Python 9.3 release breaks my Iron-Python Mdbg sample : So the 0.9.3 release breaks the mdbg extension – the fix is pretty quick though. When creating the streams to redirect stdin, out, and err...
  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog

    I like it even more!

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    There is one thing that I like even more than writing code and that is: the code were be useful for somebody. This is just another aspect of good design, to elegantly and efficiently solve user’s problems. Hence the need for systematic methods of...
  • Mark's Tech Blog

    New 'Office 12' User Interface

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    The new UI is a pretty exciting addition to Office. It revolutionizes the way we will do our information work. The age old problem of 'Where do I find that tool or option' has been removed with new contextual tabs. Microsoft did some market research and...
  • The Feedback Loop

    Connect Update

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    Things have been pretty hectic the last week or so, but I promised myself (and you!) that this blog would be updated as frequently as I could manage, so I'm sticking to that. I've been working on the specifications and now the code for the upcoming...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    Can't think of a title...

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    It's been a crazy last week or so. 30 or 40 enterprise Microsoft Operations Manager users just arrived to get a look at v3 of the product. I'm sitting in a room with them right now as they are getting a presentation from the MOM product team about new...
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