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  • Euan Garden's BLOG

    Lots of PASS posts on SQL Junkies right now

    Too many to list individually but check out; before they start scrolling
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    The Big Ones

    Another post for the day:
  • Euan Garden's BLOG

    Correction from Don Keilys Blog

    Don does not allow comments and I can’t send a mail but hopefully he will pick up on this link; SQLCMD is written in C++ not .Net and it does indeed use SQLNCLI. It also has a very small footprint and we will be provding a redist for it sometime...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    360 Degree Review

    A few months ago I participated in a “360 degree review” where my colleagues, manager, peers, and direct reports answer a series of questions about my management and work styles. I recently got the results back and figured the results would go nicely...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog


    Now that CEDB is deprecated in Windows Mobile 5.0, you may be running across one gotcha in the EDB API, namely, CeGetDatabaseProps(). From reading the docs, you might think that you can call CeGetDatbaseProps like this: CeGetDatabaseProps(m_hDb, &wNumProps...
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Abriendo Puertas con XML

    When Win Office 2003 shipped, there was a great deal of debate as to the “openness” of Microsoft’s use of XML. The debate resurfaced with the announcement of the new Office 12 XML-based file formats, and it’s been further brought to the fore in recent...
  • Rob's Rhapsody

    Dictation deletion commands

    Continuing on my theme of diving deeper into dictation commands, today I’ll tell you all about the commands you can use to delete text from your documents: Here’s a recap of the dictation commands used to delete text: “Delete [ word or phrase...
  • MikeZintel's WebLog

    QA Has Signed Off on .NET Compact Framework V2

    The .NET Compact Framework Quality Assurance Team signed off on V2 yesterday. We've been working on this for a long time and I'm excited to get this thing shipped. Soon. I'd like to share some insight into what we've been doing for the last 3 years...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Updating the Stuff

    Finally, I am starting to get caught up from being out of the office for the last couple of days. I updated the Code Camp 4: Developers Gone Wild content site and will continue to do so over the next couple of days. Check out the Code Camp goods...
  • One Louder

    The Shining...the feel-good movie of the year

    Want to feel a little manipulated by advertising? Come on , I know that you do. via Lindsayism
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Best blogger meet-up ... ever

    I’m in Boston for the ER Expo (a recruiting conference). In the past year, blogging has gotten pretty popular within the recruiting industry, and to kick off the conference, David Manaster (president of ERE) organized the (first-ever?) recruiter blogger...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Don't mention the Web 2.0

    The Web 2.0 . meme seems to have close to hit tipping point today . Everywhere I look, its either Web 2.0 this , or Web 2.0 not that . Much to the dismay of some, no doubt. I realise, going through my RSS reader today that I've surrounded myself...
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