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  • Blog de RicardoJ

    SharePoint Utility Suite 2.0 - con código en .NET!

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    El propósito del SharePoint Utility Suite 2.0 que se liberó recientemente, es mostrar la rica funcionalidad del Modelo de Objetos que viene con las tecnologías SharePoint y su SDK . Este paquete incluye código fuente (escrito en .NET ) y herramientas...
  • Keith Short's Blog

    Windows Workflow Foundation

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    After the announcement last week of this great piece of technology, we can finally all start to talk about it. Although you can code directly against the WWF, it contains a nice example of a couple of graphical DSLs that allow the developer to declaratively...
  • De los medios y de lo digital

    Windows Media Center empieza a despegar en EEUU

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    PC Magazine repasa la situación de Windows Media Center en el mercado americano. El apoyo de los grandes fabricantes (Gateway, HP, Dell, Toshiba, etc) y las bajadas de precio han permitido que el número de unidades vendidas se dispare. Mientras tanto...
  • jamescon's WebLog

    Windows Workflow team is looking for SDEs

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    I had a good chat with Dharma yesterday about the challenges finding good developers. If you know anyone that’s looking for a development position working on the coolest technology in WinFx (no I’m not biased :), then check out Dharma’s blog entry .
  • Blog de RicardoJ

    Lector RSS hecho en .NET gratuito con código fuente

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    Navegando por CodeProject encontré un lector de fuentes RSS (open source) construido con .NET con capacidades para postear anotaciones en tipos comunes de Blogs (.Text, CommunityServer, etc). Se integra con Outlook o puede correr por sí solo. Lo mejor...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    PDC 2005 developer summary and pre-release dev links: To Vista, and beyond...

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    PDC 2005 was a conference focused not just on today's technologies, but also the roadmap to Vista and beyond. The distilled message is clear: .NET the foundation for everything that's coming. Below are some of the developer announcement highlights, with...
  • Rick LaPlante's WebLog

    TFS Beta 3 Released

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    Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server Beta 3 will be available tonight on the MSDN subscriber download center. We finalized the bits a couple days ago and they should be propagated to servers and be ready for download this evening. This release...
  • Will Code For Food;

    Team Foundation Beta 3 has been released!

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    Buck Hodges has a great blog entry about this major milestone accomplishment. I encourage you to download the beta and start using Team Foundation!
  • The Design-Time Developer

    ASP.NET 2.0 Webcasts

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    The title says it all. I will be presenting 3 ASP.NET 2.0 webcasts next week, from 3-4 PM Central time (we can call them Happy Hour Webcasts if you would like, especially those of you on the East Coast). What’s New with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005...
  • craigrow

    Company meeting today

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    I have a love-hate relationship with the company meeting. Microsoft has three big company-wide events each year, the holiday party, picnic and the company meeting. I usually make it to two a year. If I don't I really miss it because I always walk away...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    POOM replication on WM5

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    Posted by: Sue Loh I just recently learned that EDB, the database engine that is used for most of the POOM (calendar/contacts/etc) data on WM5, does not expose a replication layer to application developers. The CEDB engine which was previously used...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Microsoft Company Meeting 2005

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    Today we're at the Microsoft Company Meeting 2005, we're also celebrating 30 years of Microsoft (and 20 years of Windows!). What was I doing 30 years ago ? I have some other photo's from the event, more on this later today... - Mike
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