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  • Sam Mullis

    Back In Blog

    That’s right! After spending the last several months with my head down working hard on testing Visual Studio 2005 Team System (and not having time to write about it), I am breaking back into the blogosphere. First of all, though I am behind the times...
  • The Design-Time Developer

    Updated post regarding OOP Webcast

    For those of you who had difficulty hearing the audio today, On-demand Object-Oriented Programming Fundamentals Webcast Code samples for this session Upcoming Webcasts This Week Optimizing ASP.NET Web Applications ASP.NET 2.0 Membership and Personalization
  • Shirantadka Rajashekhar

    The Infopath and Wsdlsimple story

    I have been trying hard to understand SQL Server 2005 (Yukon) from the XML perspective. OPENXML, SQLXML and the works. I had used Infopath since its XDocs days and knew that it had a lot of XML capabilities. Recently I developed a kind of fancy towards...
  • One Louder

    Searching my blog

    A couple of people have contacted me and recommended adding search functionality to my blog. I'm flattered that they feel there is something search-worthy here and am also grateful to people that take the time to help me improve my blog. As you know,...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Get Microsoft Office FREE for competing in Imagine Cup

    Imagine Cup is getting close to cranking up the competition. Thousands of students from around the world have already signed up to learn more about it. Just for signing up for the competition, students already get FREE access to theSpoke Premium, which...
  • One Louder

    Article Link Purge

    Last weekend, I purged. It's not what you think. I purged my home. Cleaned out closets. See, I'm obsessively organized. Closets are for things I use regularly (I have a big walk in clothes closet, a purse and filing cabinet closet, a wine closet...don...

    Chat: Visual C++ Editor and IDE Features

    (Took this off the C++ feed.) Sorry for the late notice. There's a Visual C++ chat tomorrow (January 12, 2005) at 1:00 PST. Visual C++ Editor and IDE Features Chat with the Visual C++ Editor & IDE team to talk about new Whidbey features such as Code...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    So long...Farewell...auf Wiedersehen...Adieu...

    Saying goodbye is never an easy thing to do, but there comes a time in everyone’s life when you have to evaluate where you are and where you want to be going. At the heart of the matter, change can be good and bring a fresh perspective. That said, it...
  • Shirantadka Rajashekhar

    Yukon Service Broker - Poor Man's Indigo

    On the road to Indigo...( thats Richard Turner..right??) you will pass through Yukon Service Broker. The Service broker is a set of services on the data base layer that provide the framework for distributed, aysnchronous message based database applications...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Anatomy of a software bug, part 1 - the NT browser

    No, I don't mean that the NT browser's a software bug... Actually Raymond's post this morning about the network neighborhood got me thinking about the NT browser and it's design. I've written about the NT browser before here , but never wrote up how the...
  • Andrew May's WebLog

    SharePoint: Brave New World

    So I moved into a new assignment last week. After spending the last two years writing about programming Publisher, PowerPoint, and OneNote (and occasionally Visio ), it's only logical that I would move on to writing about something that really plays to...
  • Roger Doherty's Windows Azure Blog

    It's About Time! - SQL Server 2005 Business Intelligence

    Well, I've violated the most sacred commandment of blogdom: " Thou shalt blog regularly. " I won't bore you with lame excuses for why it's been so long since I've posted. I had the privilege of hosting a Yukon Ascend Business Intelligence (BI) for Developers...
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