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  • Anthony Bloesch's Web Log

    Uppercase or lowercase T-SQL keywords

    I have been rethinking using uppercase letters for T-SQL keywords. Readability research shows that uppercase keywords are harder to read and experience shows they are harder to type. Is it just tradition that keeps T-SQL developers uppercasing keywords?...
  • Dino's Blog

    Fiber mode is gone...

    Well, now that our RTM and RC-esque builds are starting to make it out into the wild it seems like a good time to discuss a feature we had to make go away... That feature which most readers of my blog are probably now familiar with is fiber mode. So...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Attend the PDC05 Show Off Event Tonight!

    If you're in Los Angeles at the PDC, be sure to attend the Show Off event tonight in room 411 (the theater) from 9:00pm - 11:00pm. We have two hours of community-submitted content that we hope you're going to love. We also have a very limited set of cool...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    Persisting PIM data

    Posted by: Sue Loh I'm posting this information because for some reason it falls out of my head like a sieve. I've had to ask our PIM team about it multiple times and every time I forget again. (Sigh) The Personal Information Manager (contacts,...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    How to listen to MSDN Webcasts on MP3 players - by Jeff Palermo

    I'm getting caught up on my blog reading here at PDC and I found this one by Jeff Palermo . Jeff Palermo writes, " For a while, MSDN Live Meeting webcasts had to be captured manually by something like NetTransport 2 . Now, Microsoft is offering a ...
  • Microsoft RSS Blog

    Team RSS at PDC '05

    The Windows RSS team is well represented at PDC '05 in LA (session feed ). At 2:15pm today, Amar Gandhi (Group Program Manager of the Windows RSS team), will be presenting on " Windows Vista: Building RSS-enabled applications ." So, if you're here...
  • Darren Jefford

    Windows Workflow Foundation - Where does BizTalk fit in?

    The last paragraph of my Windows Workflow Foundation posting was me being deliberately “devils advocate” to try and get you to think about the possibility of Windows Workflow Foundation being used in everything from Windows Forms Applications to ASP.NET...
  • André Henriksson

    PDC05: Keynote med Bob Muglia

    Sessionen startade med nyheterna i Windows Server 2003 R2 som bland annat är .NET Framework 2, tjänster för att köra Unix-applikationer enklare, synkning av lösenord mot Unix, diverse olika delar i Active Directory. Efter detta visades möjligheterna...
  • .NET Banana

    Domain Specific Languages Session Notes

    Jochen Seemann Vision: Support visual domain-specific languages (DSLs) that are specific to a problem. Imagine writing a Word doc describing a house, then giving it to a builder. You would get all the same problems that affect software projects...
  • David Kline

    Debugging Multi-Threaded Applications I - Deadlocks

    Multi-threaded code can be challenging to write and debug. Today, I'd like to spend some time talking about one of the most common issues when writing multi-threaded code... deadlocks. Example deadlock To begin, let's examine an example of the "classic...
  • .NET Banana

    Bob Muglia General Session Notes

    Once again, here are some very rough notes on the general session that just ended, typed in real time. Bob Muglia Trends on server. 2005 - Windows Server 2003 R2 2006 – Monad, WinFX, Windows Compute Cluster 2007 - Longhorn Server...
  • Live Search

    Calling All Developers!

    For all you developers out there, you’ll be happy to know that you can now build applications that leverage the power of MSN Search through our new MSN Search Web Service. Our new SOAP Web Service offers an enormous 10,000 queries per application per...
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