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  • HealthBlog

    The Future of Home Care

    Next Monday, October 24th, it will be my honor to address the National Association for Home Care and Hospice at their annual meeting in Seattle. More than 5000 people are expected to attend the 24th annual conference. This year's theme "Claiming the Future...
  • Nagaraju Palla's WebLog

    Building Default ASP.NET Projects in TeamBuild

    There are few things to note while evaluating ASP.NET projects under TeamBuild. We had several instances of our customers selecting ‘Any CPU’ configuration while building default ASP.NET web projects. By ‘default’ I mean, an ASP.NET project that is created...
  • Darwin's Idle Times...


    I've been working for Microsoft now for six years as a Developer Support Engineer. For me that's a long time. It is the constant learning that has kept me here. I hope to share some of that learning by posting what I think are interesting customer problems...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger


    Ok, so I have been a bit obsessed with my new toy over the past few days . Even my wife noticed that I stopped eating over the weekend. I have owned a whole slew of pocket pc devices over the years, from the Casio Casiopeia E10, HP Jornada 510, Compaq...
  • Alberto Escobedo's Random Thoughts

    Hotmail on your media Center is coming

    Hotmail Add-in for Media Center Screenshots | Sean Alexander has some screenshots posted of a new Hotmail plug-in for Media Center that’s due out very soon!
  • devi's blog

    1024x768 rules

    The W3Schools site reports that more computers are using a display resolution of 1024x768 pixels or higher. 53% users had 1024x768 in Jan 2005 but the number rose to 55% by July 2005. As a web designer, what resolution do you use as the target to optimize...
  • CloudSec

    Security Trimming in ASP.NET 2.0

    Dan Sellers talks about Security Trimming in ASP.NET as a great way to easily limit access to certain areas of you application to certain roles/ I've never seen Dan's blog before - but it's chalk full of developer security goodness! Subscribed. ...
  • DDITDev

    Funny SQL2005 Maintenance Features (posted by Paul)

    In SQL2000 maintenance plans if you want to backup databases there is an option to allow you to create a subfolder for each database that gets backed-up. And the same dialog is nice enough to ask if you want to remove backups older than x amount of days...
  • Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

    Writing a network audio driver in Windows CE – Part 2 - Timing

    [Revision 10/20/05 - minor changes to make content clearer] This blog will discuss timing , the first bullet point in my first blog about networked audio drivers. In an audio driver that plays directly to local hardware (LAD), the mechanism for...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Blogging from Katrina Ground Zero: Waveland, MS – Day 5

    (written at 9:30pm CST on Monday 10/17/2005) People have been asking me a lot lately, "how have you been holding up?"  Well, let’s see.  Day 1 – Overwhelming.  Day 2 – Despair.  Day 3 – Anxiousness.  Day 4 – Anger . ...
  • Vijay's WebLog

    Testing C# Edit and Continue

    As we are getting close to releasing VS whidbey, I was thinking about my contributions to this release and one of the major item that appeared in the list was testing C# edit and contine (here after EnC). This is one of the primary features I was responsible...
  • Dan Sellers's WebLog

    Security Trimming and Site Navigation Service in ASP.Net 2.0

    The new Site Navigation Service and Navigation Controls in ASP.Net 2.0 easily reduces at least a hundred lines of code to create a menu driven Web Application. However, there is one cool feature that is often overlooked with the new Site Navigation Service...
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