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  • jamespr's WebLog

    MEDC World Tour : Day 20, Beijing (June 22nd) MEDC China Preparation

    I had an interesting discussion with one of our leads from China when he was visiting Redmond a few months back. We were discussing cost of the event in China - which I felt was rather steep compared to other events we were holding AND of course I had...
  • One Louder

    Email management and lightening speed

    I've learned a new job skill. I may have had it before but it was dormant until I tool on such an externally visible role. It's e-mail management. I was kind of good at it before, but it had more to do with my elaborate network of folders and sub-folders...
  • Visual Studio Team Test

    NUnit converter posted to

    James Newkirk of NUnit fame has written a converter for those with NUnit tests that want to leverage those same tests using the new VSTEST unit test type. The current version is a pre-release and is available only for C# at the moment. Download the NUnit...
  • sano the super geek

    Nick Kramer on Avalon

    Nick Kramer , one of the Program Manager leads over in Windows Client (Avalon) has been blogging answers to various questions that have been asked about the Avalon infrastructure. He's also looking for some feedback on how we can make the Avalon oriented...
  • One Louder

    Trailing partners

    In the Staffing space, this is the term we use to describe a spouse or partner of a Microsoft newly relocated hire. And very often, we hire the trailing spouse/partner as well. Or the person we hire is a trailing spouse/partner of someone who works somewhere...
  • Just Coding

    Biztalk Instrumentation

    Tomorrow I have to design an instrumentation pattern to use with BTS 2004, here is a post talking about it: Getting Started with the Enterprise Library Logging and Instrumentation Application Block in BizTalk Server 2004 [
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    How many computers does it take to make a Microsoft employee happy

    Over the weekend, it seems like a mini-meme went through , "How many computers does it take to make a Microsoft employee happy". Normally I don't do meme's but enough people have asked this question privately that... What machines...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    SF/JavaOne, Day 2, Eclipse

    Interesting talk. Starts with a chat about what exactly Eclipse is. From the talk it's pretty clear that Eclipse is not viewed as just a tool to help developers create sofware with. Instead it's intended to be a general platform and framework for applications...
  • Antimail

    Nuclear fusion to be probed in France?

    ITER is one the largest physics experiments ever attempted. In short, it should be the first research fusion reactor that actually will succeed to produce power. ITER attempts to operate in the 500 MW (thermal) range, which is around the output of a small...
  • Mark Fussell's WebLog

    Get WSE 3.0 and WS-ReliableMessaging

    George is a dev/architect who has spent over eight months building a complete implementation of WS-ReliableMessaging to run on WSE 3.0 . The fruits of his labour are an extensive reference example that can be downloaded from here . It persists messages...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    SF/JavaOne, Day 2, The Booth

    Helped out at the MS booth in the Pavilion for a bit today. Contrary to my expectations we were absolutely packed, with a line that stretched far out and wrapped around. The conversations mostly involved ways that java and .net could interoperate...
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Visual Studio Team System Grok Talk at TechEd 2005 in Orlando.

    Chris Menegay (Microsoft Regional Director from Dallas, USA) presented a 10 minute Grok Talk on Visual Studio Team System at TechEd 2005 in Orlando. Download it here . This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
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