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  • David Wang

    Thoughts on IIS Security vs Apache, Part 2

    I got some interesting comments on my prior blog post, and since I started typing out a big essay in response, I figured I should just blog and link it instead. :-) Question: Hello, i have subscription of Redmond magainze and wow i can't believe...
  • Outside The Cube

    Office 12: UI/UX...

    Scobleizer has a video of a demo of the new O12 UI...
  • Outside The Cube

    Office 12: Native PDF support...

    'bout time...
  • Cum Grano Salis

    A new blog comes to life!

    I know this is very exciting to the multitudes that are reading this. You probably cannot contain you excitment. Well, try. It's quite unbecoming. Introductions are in order I guess. My name is Shahar, I work for Microsoft, on the finally-not-top-secret...
  • Chris Pratley's Office Labs and OneNote Blog

    OneNote 12 to support PDF creation

    Today was a fun day. It was our last day with our MVPs visiting here at Redmond. This was one of the best MVP Summits for me - there was a lot of good positive interchange and solid feedback given by the MVPs on all our products. We demoed Office 12 applications...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    CNY .NET Developer Group

    Don’t forget about the next CNY .NET Developer Group meeting is just around the corner! They will be meeting on Wednesday, October 5th at 6:00pm at New Horizons in East Syracuse ( 6711 Towpath Road ). So we can get an estimate of how many attendees we...
  • Eugenio Pace

    CAB October 2005 Community Technical Preview - release notes

    It's out there! check for the new community technical preview of CAB. Now, how does CAB CTP2 change from the previous one? this is a frequent question and a fair one. The main goal of CTP2 is making the transition...
  • In the Trenches

    MSN Search: Better Every Day

    People who know me would probably agree that I am hardly a stooge for marketing. And although I am in general very proud to work for Microsoft, there are definitely things about Microsoft that I’m ashamed of. But one thing that I’ve been especially impressed...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Introducing the SQL Server 2005 Service Broker

    Another Record a Demo - Andy Babiec takes a quick look at the SQL Server 2005 Service Broker available here . This is one of the new features of SQL Server 2005 that which adds reliable, scaleable, distributed, asynchronous functionality to database...
  • Brian Jones: Office Solutions

    Native PDF support in Office "12"

    Today's another exciting day as we move closer to Beta 1. We are just wrapping up the MVP summit here in Redmond and we've finally announced another piece of functionality I've wanted to talk about for a long time now. This afternoon Steven Sinofsky announced...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Tour the CLR Security Team

    Mike and I have been spending time this week meeting with the Visual Developer Security MVPs -- having plenty of discussion about what we can do in future releases of the framework and how CAS relates to some of the rest of Microsoft's products. It's...
  • Rob Caron

    Peter Himschoot on Enterprise Source Control with Visual Studio Team System

    Peter Himschoot (Microsoft Regional Director and an architect and trainer for U2U , specializing in .NET, Team System and BizTalk) has a new article on Team System Version Control, which is available on the Microsoft België & Luxemburg MSDN site:...
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