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  • BizTalkLATAM's Blog

    BizTalk Pattern Wizard

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    Joe Flanders ha puesto para el público un asistente para la creación de proyectos de BizTalk que permite implementar cuatro patrones de software, ellos son Aggregator, FIFO , Interrupter y Retry . Al instalarse el asistente se registraran cuatro templates...
  • Live Search

    Tagging Feedback at MSN Search

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    We find customer feedback quite delicious at MSN Search. To help the team digest the massive flow of feedback we receive, we designed a tagging and viewing system inspired by the faceted browsing system, Flamenco , developed at UC Berkeley. We’re very...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    'BBC ready to start selling online advertising spaces'

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    Adverblog : "The BBC is not immune from the money attraction, and is about to start selling advertising spaces on its website, but only to overseas visitors. In an interview published today on The Guardian Ashley Highfield, director of new media...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    NoVaSQL July meeting

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    From my friends at the Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group: Everyone, Good afternoon. The Northern Virginia SQL Server Users Group ( www.novasql.com ) is announcing its seventh session for 2005 to benefit IT Professionals (DBAs, Developers...
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Influencer Community

    FT Article on Corporate Blogging

    An article in last week's Financial Times addresses the continuing increase in prominence of blogs as a means of instituting a dialogue between companies and their customers. The article is entitled "The rise of the corporate blogger" and speaks to what...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Bio for my new book

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    When I first started writing columns for MSDN, my author bio was pretty dry. But, over time, I started to play around with it a bit. For example, in one of my columns, I ended the bio with: He's been programming long enough that he knows what 8-inch...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Windows 2000 in 32MB RAM

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    In the days of 64-bit, one tends to forget that RAM once was a scarce resource. Here 's how Daniel Iversion, a Dane in Australia, made W2K work in 32MB RAM.
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Randy Miller from Microsoft to talk in Atlanta on MSF Agile

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    Randy Miller is a program manager in the Visual Studio 2005 Team System group. He has been at the forefront of work on MSF Agile, which is (in Randy’s words) “a scenario-driven, context-based, agile software development process that utilizes many of the...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    MSN Search

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    Of course you know the MSN web search is powered by 64-bit Windows. In one of his recent posts , Scoble compares Google vs. MSN Search. When I was still using 32-bit Windows on my laptop, I was a happy user of both desktop search engines. Under 64-bit...
  • Roberdan

    A me che IBM si stia vendendo i blog mi sta sulle scatole!

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    ovunque leggo che ibm rilascerà un tool per i blog con workplace (2.5, forse a settembre) comincia a darmi fastidio. .... i commenti me li tengo che non va bene scriverli! date un occhiata a quanti articoli hanno fatto sulla cosa: http://www-106.ibm...
  • Just Coding

    Code Snippets Reference

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    In VS2003 I've been using AutoCode AddIn http://www.devprojects.net/autocode20.aspx to speed-up the time needed to write the same code blocks. VS2005 has a similiar feature, and here is the reference to personalize your code snippets. http://msdn2...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    A note to owners of an eMachine M6805, M6809 or M6811 notebook

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    When the first M6805 appeared on the market, I ordered one. It was one of the first publicly available 64-bit notebooks, powered by AMD’s Athlon64 processor. Nice box. I still use it as a print-, file- and web server on the Intranet. I just got notice...
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