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  • Jeff Beehler's Blog

    TFS Beta3 "go live" details posted

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    Several people have asked recently about our "go live" license for Beta3. While we had intended for that information to be available when the software was released, sometimes it takes more time to get things through legal than it does to ship software...
  • Just Coding

    Ultimate Developer And Power Users ToolList

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    Every dev has it's own tool collection, Scott offers a nice categorized selection with more than 100 tools. Scott Hanselmans 2005 Ultimate Developer And Power Users ToolList From this list I have discovered new ones I would like to recommend...
  • Patrice Manac'h Web Log

    Utiliser un objet Ole Db Destination et des triggers

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    Pour insérer des données dans une base SQL Server, pas de soucis, on utilise un objet SQL Server Destination. Et si on veut les triggers, on coche la case dans les propriétés de l'objet (sinon, pas de triggers). Jusqu'ici, pas de problèmes. Mais si on...
  • Vinayak's WebLog

    The COM objects in the product catalog system

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    The Catalog system basically has four main objects: 1. The CatalogManager object is the only externally creatable object. The progid is Commerce.CatalogManager. You can use this object to manage all the catalog schema, create/delete catalogs, import...
  • Vinayak's WebLog

    More updates on Commerce Server 2006

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    Checkout this entry by Ryan Donovan , the Group Program Manager of Commerce Server for information about the CS2006 Tech preview and how to download the preview bits.
  • David Wang

    HOWTO: See who is logged into IIS

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    This is a common requested "feature" of IIS - I want to see what users are currently "Logged in" to my IIS application. Now, this feature can certainly be implemented, but it is unlikely to ever be a built-in "feature" of IIS, and here is why... Question...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Waveland - here we come

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    The Save Waveland drive was a huge success.  We collected approx 800 dollars just by giving out free cookies!  We also had to make 3 trips to the house due to all of the donations.  A big Thank You to everyone who stopped by, and especially...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Andreessen Posts on Ning

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    I'm not sure why I decided to pick a fight , but Alex Barnett chose to answer my questions, and actually got Marc to respond on his blog .
  • john devadoss' blog

    more on JBI

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    Mark Carges, CTO of BEA has similar comments on JBI at http://searchwebservices.techtarget.com/qna/0,289202,sid26_gci1132181,00.html
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    XBox MVP blogs about his trip to the MVP summit

    Allyn (sorry dude, you're not anonymous anymore :-) is an XBox MVP from a small unknown part of the central(ish) North Island - an area which we share in common - I'm from a town 29km's away. Allyn has put up a good blog post about his trip to the...
  • Paddy Srinivasan's WebLog

    The Math behind Career Potential

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    I just witnessed someone in my company move from being a Group Manager to a Director to a Senior Director to a General Manager all in less than 3 years. This prompted me to think about what might the secret recipe to corporate success and here is my shot...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    The Shutdown Nag

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    While sitting with Raj during Code Camp we began talking about VPC’s. I tend to spend most of my time within a VPC of some sort. One of the things that I always forget is how to turn off the nag screen that shows up. Raj has a great post on how...
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