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  • k7's blog

    Spray on mud

    Ok, I admit it. Spray-on-mud has nothing to do with MSDN or Microsoft or my group DDCPX. But I feel compelled to mention it before introducing myself. I am a big fan of CarTalk on NPR and during yesterday's show they mentioned Spray-on-mud as the next...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Why am I here? Frankarr (heart) RSS too

    Some folks ask me why I am still at Microsoft. After 14 years , surely they think I must be lacking in passion or interest or hunger for the role. How wrong folks can be. It's announcements such as the one made a gnomedex that get me jazzed everyday...
  • Russell Christopher's Semi-Useful BI Musings

    All about SQL Server Reporting Services 2000 Logs:

    There are tons of logs in C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL\Reporting Services\LogFiles...what do all those files do? ReportServerService_main:_TimeDateStamp: This log records information about what happens during appdomain recycles, some...
  • .NET 技術 & Web 技術 WebLog(鈴木祐巳,Masami Suzuki)


    マイクロソフト株式会社デベロッパーマーティング本部の鈴木祐巳です。 唐突ですが、ASP.NETはWebアプリケーション構築に優れた技術です。もっと、ASP.NETの良さを理解いただこうと日夜努力しております。 ここ最近は、ASP.NETで作成されたアプリケーションの啓蒙を中心に活動しています。たとえば、最近では、 Community Server や DotNetNuke のご紹介をしたりしています。 先日、某カンファレンスで、Community Serverのデモンストレーションをさせていただいたのですが...
  • David L's Blog

    Low rider drives a little slower!

    Due to the popularity of the city based events that we've been running in Melbourne @ lunch times, I've decided to invest some of our travel and entertainment budget in some new wheels. Now, because parking is so expensive in the city, I've had...
  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    Threading just got a whole lot easier with VS2005

    One of the great new components in VS2005 is the BackgroundWorker component, which makes writing threaded applications a whole lot easier. There's a new article up on MSDN that explains its use and shows some sample code.
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    How many machines does it take to make a Microsoft employee happy?

    It's late, I'm sorry I can't of anything more clever to play with 'how many foo does it take for bar '-types of joke. Anyway, this was about machine setups. Typically we start out with three machines: there's the "mail" machine, the "dev" machine and...
  • I know the answer (it's 42)

    TechEd Hyderabad starts tomorrow

    TechEd is starting tomorrow in Hyderabad (home to the MS India development centre). Most of the devs in our team will not be able to attend tomorrow and we will join the show from Tuesday. VSTS is getting a lot of attention this year and we heard great...
  • Chris Johnson

    Right click email on Documents in SPS/WSS

    WinApp Technlogy has a nice little free addon called the " Outlook Power Tool for SharePoint " that allows you to right click and email doucment(s) to people. I have implemented this a number of times for customers ... but it is nice to see this little...
  • Chris Johnson

    Site Definition KickStart

    A while back Fitz announced the availablity of the Site Definition KickStart project for developers working on sharepoint site definitions. This includes a sample site definition and nant and nunit bits for deployment and testing of your site definition...
  • I know the answer (it's 42)

    marking required fields on forms/UI

    How do you communicate to users which fields on a UI is required and which is optional? This was the questions I was trying to answer while implmenting the Team Build Type creation wizard. Though there exists some common conventions in Web forms like...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Spoiler Free!! My thoughts on the dark tower - part 2

    I reread The Dark Tower last week. The book wouldn’t stop staring at me from across the room for weeks. Finally, I broke down and cracked it open, wondering why I was doing this to myself. Only click here if you've read the books; otherwise, don't...
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