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    Running tests in Team Build - 3

    What do I need to do to run Web tests/ASP.NET unit tests with Team Foundation Build? ASP.NET unit tests or Web tests can be run on Web sites deployed using Web Development server or IIS. For any test, the deploying server must be specified. The examples...
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    Language design for fun and profit

    I've always been into (programming) language design, ever since I was involved in the Dylan programming language (an effort to bring the power of Common Lisp to a mainstream audience). In recent years, language design has been more of a hobby for me than...
  • .NET Banana

    Creating Report Headers

    I'm still answering questions from my recent webcast series . I got a question by e-mail from someone who is converting from Access and wants to add headers and footers to a report. Actually, there are several different places you can work with headers...
  • .NET Banana

    Virtual Labs

    Folks who attended my webcast series and want some hands-on experience might want to check out one of the virtual labs for Reporting Services. These allow you to play with the product without having to install it on your machine. There are a couple...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Search Engine for sale on eBay ++ Update

    Yesterday I posted about this search engine up for sale on eBay. It started at a dollar, and at the time of posting yesterday it edged up to $511. As of now the bid is at $26,000 . Now, where did I put those bubbles ...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Geek Dinner in London with Molly Holzschlag

    I won't be to make this Geek Dinner (London, Nov 24th) organised by Ian Forrester . I wish I was. Molly Holzschlag is the guest of honour who is on the steering committee member for the Web Standards Project (WaSP). Molly's working closely with a number...
  • .NET Banana

    Introduction to Reporting Services Webcast Series On Demand

    My webcast series on SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services is now available on demand. The ideal attendee for this series is someone who needs to develop reports, but hasn't used SQL Server Reporting Services before. In the series I assume that you've done...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Feedback about the System Center Capacity Planner beta

    Thanks to everyone who's blogged about our beta! Special kudos to Eileen Brown , Graham Chastney , Ian Blyth , and Marcus Oh for various combinations of "totally getting it", "kicking the tires", and "bugging us to do more", but I also want to thank Anderson...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    MSDN Connections is go!

    Two weeks ago we put the finishing touches on the new version of the MSDN Connection program - and it's now ready to take your registrations! What is the MSDN Connection Program? The MSDN Connection is really about changing the way developers interact...
  • Nagaraju Palla's WebLog

    Publishing Test Results in TeamBuild

    Few weeks ago, I worked with TSDT product team in setting up infrastructure for publishing test results into our TeamBuild dogfood server. This is one of the coolest features offered by TeamBuild and TSDT integration. The thought behind this feature was...

    New Microsoft for Faculty site

    Created just for you! Check out the resources and order your faculty kit from the site.
  • Loosely Coupled Thinking

    Fred starts blogging

    Fred is a security guru (formerly with IBM Research) and has been working on some security patterns with the PAG team. Fred is another member of the Architecture Strategy Team .
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