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  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Tech.Ed New Zealand - Early Schedule.

    I have been frantically busy over the last two days attempting to close off the first cut of our schedule for Tech-Ed 2005. This is by no ways set in stone, as we are still trying to secure more speakers from Corp to present at our event (although...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    SIC Notes from Localization talk

    The localization talk had three speakers for a one hour session that ran a bit over. Rough notes below Speaker #1 Claude Ostfeld <aside>He literally just read his slides and his slides had way too much text</aside - Don't publish prices on...
  • Peter Hallam's WebLog

    Out this week ...

    I've been out this week taking a great course on designand architecture. For those interesed in the evolution of C#, check this out
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Why Persistent Storage Is A Good Thing

    Here's a quick primer on why you want Persistent Storage on your Pocket PCs. Persistent Storage (PS) on PocketPC is new for Windows Mobile 5.0. (All Smartphones since the original 2002 release have had PS.) Previously, your user data (email, contacts...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    At the 15th annual Shareware Industry Conference

    I'm way too busy at the Shareware Industry Conference , but here's a quick brain dump. I met with John Lueders of ElmSoftware who created iDo 2005 , some very cool looking and useful Wedding software. It's got 5 stars by CNET. I can tell you that my...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Jobseeking strategies for people with disabilities

    Maureen Crawford-Hentz, the Director of Career Services at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, recently wrote an interesting article on job seeking strategies for people with disabilities . I’m curious what readers’ experiences have been like...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    WS-SecurityPolicy: il Bignami

    WS-SecurityPolicy is a very interesting specification. It really shows that it incorporated the feedback of people which actually used WS-Security: it address historical concerns like the order of operations, the role of the tokens (initiator rather than...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Killer PDC Sessions

    As Brad and Cyrus point out, we have officially listed a lot of the PDC sessions . Check out the PDC Blog for up-to-date information. Below are some of the sessions that grabbed my attention including: Web Designer improvements, developing with Atlas...
  • Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

    Windows CE Web Server Development Tricks

    Let's say that you have to write some server-side scripts that runs on the Web Server of your Windows CE device. You've read about the various server-side scripting technologies Microsoft supports here . You've come up with a design and you're about ready...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Don't Sign C++/CLI Assemblies with Attributes

    We've already talked about using the /keyfile or /keycontainer switches to sign C# and VB assemblies instead of using the AssemblyKeyFile attribute. When dealing with C++/CLI assemblies, using these switches becomes even more important. The reasoning...
  • Natala La La @ MSN

    this is a test, only a test.

    woohoo! this is my first post to msdn. welcome to my world!
  • Blog de RicardoJ

    WebCast: C# o VB?

    El MVP Alex Sánchez , líder del UserGroup LatinDevelopers de Panamá, estará impartiendo el próximo 19 de Julio a la 1pm (hora Panamá) para el mundo entero un WebCast para despejar algunas de las preguntas más frecuentes que surgen cuando empezamos a incursionar...
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