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  • Russell Christopher's Semi-Useful BI Musings

    RGDI and the Winform Report Viewer control in SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services

    While playing around with report rendering in 2005, I noticed RGDI (for example, in CTP15 use Report Manager to create a subscription using the File Share delivery extension and you'll see "Remote GDI+ file" in the list of render formats). Anyway,...
  • jaredpar's WebLog

    Updated Version of RunAsAdmin Available

    Valery Pryamikov has released an update version of his RunAsAdmin tool. This version has a lot of new features including policy and stronger integration with the shell. This version is still in Beta but it's been very stable for me. http://www.harper...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    What's wrong with this code, part 14

    Keeping up with the "theme" of COM related bad code examples, here's another real-world example. To avoid any ATL confusion, it's 100% pure C++. Our test team rolled out a new set of tests last week and immediately hit this one. The funny thing is...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    A safe browser? No longer in the lexicon...

    Read this article. It's quite appropriate and well written. A safe browser? No longer in the lexicon
  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    TechEd Europe 2005

    It was great to see so many people at TechEd Europe. There's clearly a lot of excitement for SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio.NET 2005. Selfishly speaking, A LOT of excitement for SharePoint Products and Technologies & CMS. One of the repeating questions...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    Install bug with the SDK with workaround

    When installing the Framework SDK separately outside of installing Visual Studio, we found a bug with our feature tree logic. Repro: 1) Launch the Framework SDK installer 2) In the options page, select the middle option and uncheck the other...
  • Betsy Aoki's WebLog

    London calling

    By now everyone's read the news . It was wild to be at TechEd Amsterdam and hear it because it brought home how delayed American news sources can be - because of time zone, because of news staff resourcing, but also because our US borders are so far apart...
  • NikolajW


    ... det er hvad man får, når man invitererer 100 danskere på drinks, mad og underholdning. Onsdag aften var country party aften her på Teched, og vi havde inviteret alle danskere på lidt mad og humle, inde i byen på The Three Sisters. Tjuhej det var godt...
  • NikolajW

    TechEd dag 2 - VSTO

    En af de ting der har imponeret mig mest hernede er Visual Studio Tools for Office 2005 (VSTO). Jo mere jeg ser af det jo mere overbevist bliver jeg om, at det her blive springbræt for applikationer der lever i det miljø som vores brugere kender og elsker...
  • NikolajW

    TechEd dag 2 - SMO

    Onsdag bragte mig bl.a. forbi en session med Michael Worries der er product manager på SMO (SQL Server Management Objects). SMO erden teknologi der bruges i bl.a. SQL Server Management Studio, når den skal afvikle operationer på serveren, så som at oprette...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    I heard the news today, I boy...

    I woke up, checked my BBC headline news feeds, 10 of which reporting the horrors of the bomb explosions in London today . This is Madrid all over again. I called my family in London, they are all ok. One of the bombs, at Edgware Road tube station,...
  • IEBlog

    Art Manion’s CNET piece on Security

    The information published in this post is now out-of-date. —IEBlog Editor, 12 September 2012 I just read Art Manion’s perspectives piece on cnet . I agree with much of what he says and encourage anyone who cares about browsers, security, or...
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