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  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    Report Viewer Controls in Visual Studio 2005

    I just read Brian Welcker's blog about the new site. This is a great starting place to learn about the new Report Viewer controls in Visual Studio 2005. If you need to do reporting in your application (who doesn’t), then...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Musing

    Assemblies --- Referencing and servicing

    The SDK version and the released version don’t need to have the same assembly version number....
  • The .NET Show

    New Episode! The .NET Show: WinFX SDK (Live! from PDC'05)

    The .NET Show: WinFX SDK (Live! From PDC'05) ( ) Yeah, it's been a while since the last episode was released, but hey! there's been a lot going on! (ok, probably...
  • Dan's Blog

    SQL Server 2005 Launch Site

    The SQL Server 2005 launch site is now available: . There are great resources here for SQL Server 2005, Visual Studio 2005, and Biz Talk 2006. You can find a launch...
  • William J. Steele's WebLog

    Launch Week!!!

    Well... This is going to be one busy week for me! Today at Noon Eastern, I'm doing a web cast for beginning web developers titled " ASP.NET Soup to Nuts: HTML Basics " where I'll discuss the fundementals of HTML. It's going to be a great kick off to my...
  • C# Tea Time

    MQ... did I hear service pack?

    The answer in short is that MQ is not about servicing Whidbey. The MQ milestone is about changing processes and making improvements on these processes. It is NOT about code churn, adding features, or fixing known bugs in VS2005. We are extremely happy...
  • The Old New Thing

    Take it easy on the automatic retries

    They multiply....
  • UK StudentZine Blog

    Mint Source...why a sheep??

    So, some people have already started downloading Mint Source and are wondering what the heck it is meant to do and why are Microsoft promoting it?! Mint Source is really intended as a fun way for UK students to get access to knowledge and guidance...
  • Technical Weblog of Eric Charran

    SQL Server Reporting Services Table of Contents

    The Approach Since there is no table of contents functionality in SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services, I had to develop a maintainable approach that worked well within the domain of Reporting Services as a technology. The Table of Contents requirement...
  • PeteL's Blog

    VS Launch Tomorrow in Canada!

    As I was getting ready this morning, I realized something kind of cool, and at the same time, a little scary. The last launch event I was at, I was in my teens, just finishing up high school, and working for Microosft as a high school intern. It was...
  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    It's launch time, baby!

    45 minutes before I get in to Moscone for the big launch . I got home at about 10pm last night after some pre-launch activities (more like parties) that were happening around the bay area. And you'd think that 6 hours of sleep is plenty on any given night...
  • Jeff Beehler's Blog


    I’d recommend reading Chris’ explanation of OGFs and how we use them at Microsoft. I remember when I first became aware of them being used at MS in the early 90’s as I was one of the folks responsible for producing them for early versions of Visual C...
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