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  • TexBlog

    Applause-o-meter

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    As an ISV, it's fun to see what product features folks are excited about based on spontaneous applause during a presentation. Martyn did a session today at C++ Connections that was a kind of greatest hits tour of the new stuff for C++ developers in the...
  • Heath Stewart's blog

    Save Time when Installing Patches

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    How to install multiple patches at once to save time....
  • Canadian User Experience

    On The Road - Notes From Ottawa

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    A few posts from the crew on the road in Ottawa. Sasha reports a very full house: http://www.geekswithblogs.net/sashak/archive/2005/11/10/59685.aspx John talks about arriving in the Nation's Capital - http://blogs.msdn.com/jbristowe/archive/2005...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Me Likey Windows Live

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    We recently launched a new (awesome) product called Windows Live , and if you didn’t know, now you know. Windows Live is a big deal in consideration of all the things it will do, but let me help you grasp the possibilities by showing you one trick that...
  • Canadian User Experience

    Jerome Posts The Answers To The Most Asked Day 1 Questions

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    Check out Jerome's Blog for some of the answers to the questions we were asked the most in Toronto: http://blogs.msdn.com/jcarron/archive/2005/11/10/491360.aspx http://blogs.msdn.com/jcarron/archive/2005/11/10/491376.aspx
  • notes and rants

    What is a tester?

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    It sounds like a silly question, but lately I've been in a lot of conversations where the topic of what a tester is, or what a tester does has come up.  The answer, of course, varies.   I know some companies have different roles for "testers" (people...
  • Dave Glover "Down Under (Oz)"

    Software Thoughts for the Day

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    None of this new or rocket science, but the last few weeks I've been reacquainted with the following truths... Writing software is getting easier, writing "bug free" software is still hard, writing "user friendly" "bug free" software is harder still...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    BizTalk CTP Changes, and BAM Portal Modifications

    I installed the brand new CTP of BizTalk Server on Monday, and was pleased to see a few new things. Four of the new adapters (Oracle DB, Oracle Applications, Siebel, Peoplesoft) were available for installation (via separate process). Documentation looked...
  • Brian Jones: Office Solutions

    Word '12' Presentation on Customer XML Support Available Online (PDC)

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    For those of you who watched my PDC presentation that I posted on the other week, you probably noticed a demo where I had a document structured with controls that were bound to XML data. We did a lot of work in Word 12 to allow you to create mappings...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    PayPal-enabled Commerce Starter Kit for ASP.NET 2.0

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    The commerce starter kit ROCKS – plain and simple. The code is clean and extensible. It works straight out of the box. There is already a budding community around it. And Rob Conery over at WekeRoad is just an all around good guy. Oh and it made its debut...
  • David Wang

    ISAPI Filter and the N+1 Architecture?

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    Question: Hi David, I am developing an ISAPI Filter to prove the N+1 Architecture.There will be few static sites, few dynamic sites and few cgi perl script sites will be there. Can you please tell me how ISAPI performs for CGI Perl Scripts. Thanks...
  • TexBlog

    eWeek discusses C++ futures

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    Esther Schindler of eWeek wrote on this week's C++ Connections conference. Near the end of the article, she noted the hullabaloo surrounding our use of the word "deprecated" to warn on the use of potentially unsafe standard library functions. Yes, the...
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