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  • Windows Sharepoint Services etc.

    Tracking Applications in WSS

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    Tracking in WSS A very common use of WSS lists is to track important information. Lists are really useful as a tracking tool; they can easily be sorted, filtered, grouped. They can be easily edited and the Datasheet control can be used for bulk list operations...
  • Ali Pasha's WebLog...

    Don't ask me architecture questions...

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    Instead, post them on Architecture forums: http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowForum.aspx?ForumID=229&SiteID=1 As this forum ramps up, I expect some interesting dialogs to ensue. Cheers, Ali
  • daclark's WebLog

    MSF in VSTS

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    There are some interesting features in VSTS for use in Agile Development, but the new VSTS view of architecture is a little confusing. I'm not confident the leading and trailing shadow concept will shed light on the benefit (pun intended). Read more at...
  • Dave Froslie - Microsoft Development on the Prairie

    Move to Fargo?!?! You have to be kidding…

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    Four years ago, I was asking myself the question in the title. After 15 years in the Minneapolis area, my family was seriously considering a job offer to join Microsoft in Fargo. I wasn’t really job hunting, and we certainly weren’t looking to move out...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Geek Speak: Busy as a Bee

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    Well, I have not posted in a while, I have been super busy developing on some cool stuff. If you have not had a chance to start looking at Ajax, there are some cool stuff that you should look at. December CTP of Atlas Atlas Quickstarts fiftyfoureleven...
  • daclark's WebLog

    Do you WF?

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    Though a goofy name, Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) is a powerful development framework to enable in-application worfklows. From base approval process to means of leveraging useful design patterns without building your own infrastructure from sratch...
  • Johnz Blog - The MscrmGuy

    Create an ASP.NET form to create MSCRM leads - Level 300

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    Follow this HOL to create an ASP.NET web form that will automatically create new leads in MSCRM... Click here for the HOL...
  • dwinter's [MSFT] WebLog

    SharePoint Dev Launches a team blog

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    For those of you that haven't noticed, the SharePoint team has launched a blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint This blog already has provided some very interesting content around the Office 12 SharePoint story from the perspective of the folks who...
  • Keith Richie

    Introducing the SharePoint Team Blog!

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    Introducing the SharePoint Team Blog! A couple of other bloggers have already discovered it, but we launched the SharePoint Team Blog in stealth mode this past Monday. The first entry was posted by Kurt Delbene, Corporate VP of the Office Servers...
  • BizTalkLATAM's Blog

    Problemas al utilizar Global Properties en Orquestaciones

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    Muchos desarrolladores utilizamos las propiedades globales (Global Properties) de diferentes "Namespace" dentro de BizTalk Server para asignar valores especiales a los mensajes de salida o capturar datos de los mensajes de entrada. Por ejemplo, muchos...
  • Tony Schreiner's Blog

    Bug Triage

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    Eric Sink has a good article on the process of triaging bugs. In it he pokes a little bit of fun at the people who don't understand why all good software ships with known bugs and then discusses a process for determining which ones to fix. Determining...
  • Test Embedded

    CETK Series: How to Analyze CETK Test Results to Debug a Driver

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    When you use the Windows CE Test Kit (CETK) to run tests on a Microsoft® Windows® CE–based device, you might want to analyze an unexpected result to determine the cause of the result. You begin your analysis by verifying that the OS design and hardware...
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