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  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Map Chat

    Ajax blog : "If you really want to see a cool “Web 2.0" application, look no further than this sweet visual world / global chat system built by The Midnight Coders . It pretty much freaking rocks." Midnight Coders: "...demonstrates bi-directional...
  • Buck Hodges

    Displaying the sizes and dates of files in the server

    Have you wished that the output of the dir command from tf.exe would show you the dates and sizes of the files like cmd.exe's dir command? Even though tf.exe won't do that in version 1, the version control API provides the call necessary. This little...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Security for IT GUY

    The only thing that is constant in today’s society is "Change". How can small business stay current with economic conditions and relevant changes in IT to help keep their business secure? Therefore, Microsoft Canada has released the "Resource for the...
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    Check out the new fontblog post

    If you read text (hehe), you owe it to yourself to take a look at some of the things that font designers need to consider when doing their job. Ah, beautiful, beautiful hinting ... the video is definitely worth watching.
  • Alan Cameron Wills - Domain Specific Languages

    Rules in the DSL Tools

    In the DSL Tools Customization Samples & Guide there's some examples that use MDF rules to spot a change and react to it. (1) In the class diagram sample, attributes are displayed as a string like "aName : SomeType", and in the properties grid, the...
  • Carol Roy's WebLog - Journal web de Carol Roy

    I believe in the value of Microsoft certifications / Je crois en la valeur des certifications de Microsoft

    I will make an exception with this post… my blog is usually in French, but today, I’ll post it in English too because I really need to reach a broader audience. First, I want to bring your attention to the announcement posted on
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    The Schema *IS* There, Dam*it!

    While reading Laurence Timm's blog today (err, catching up with it...), I noticed his spot-on entry about BizTalk messaging errors , and how frustrating it can be when the error messages that BizTalk produces don't match up with what you are seeing. It...
  • Windows Installer Team Blog

    November Windows Installer Chat Announced!

    As part of the ongoing MSDN Communities effort, the Windows Installer team is pleased to announce the next chat in the Windows Installer series. Members of the Windows Installer team at Microsoft will be available to answer questions about any MSI topic...
  • Windows Installer Team Blog

    PDC Content Available!

    Hello everyone, Just a note that all of the PDC content is now available for download. If you missed the Windows Installer / ClickOnce session at the PDC (FUN222) now is a great opportunity to get caught up! Check out this blog posting for more information...
  • fontblog

    The burden of locked grids & blooming dots

    Stuck in a rut, boxed in by restraints, griddled by grids? You know what I love? Beautiful type. Gorgeous books, letterpress, ink and the swish of the pen. The flow of thought communicated through the way words are placed on a page, and the artistry...
  • Anandi’s Thoughts

    Live from Building 20!!!

    Hey everyone! The TAP Kickoff is going on this week and the 3rd day is almost over. We have a great group of partners and customers here. My team has been enthusiastic about coming over to have lunch with their "buddies" and coming to the evening events...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Does Visual Studio make you stupid?

    I know everyone's talking about this, but it IS a good question... Charles Petzold recently gave this speech to the NYC .NET users group. I've got to say, having seen Daniel's experiences with Visual Basic, I can certainly see where Charles is coming...
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