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  • Aali's blog

    Meet Miguel de Icaza and Erik Meijer in Czech Republic

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    3rd International Conference on .NET Technologies is held in Pilsen (Czech Republic) on May 30 - June 1, 2005. Among others, Miguel de Icaza from Ximian and Erik Meijer from Microsoft Research will be presenting, so it looks like a very interesting conference...
  • Ken Henderson's WebLog

    Floating point fun

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    I've been an advocate of using SQL Server for more than a mere datastore for about as long as I've been working with the product. Too many times, I've walked into development shops only to discover that they're using SQL Server no differently than they...
  • Guoqiang Wu's Blog

    Community Server Issues - Part I

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    Ok, seriously, I have encountered several problems on the web service APIs provided by Community Server during the process of creating this InfoPath blog client . It seems to me the forum at communityserver.org is not very active. Therefore I am posting...
  • Guoqiang Wu's Blog

    CSBlogger Take 2

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    Finally I was able to get CSBlogger also working with Community Server 1.0. In the mean time, a few minor bug fixes are made to make both the blogs.msdn.com and the CS1.0 edition. The new build is released at the same location here . Hopefully it will...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Introducing the Xbox 360 (and a Cool Video)

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    Tonight, MTV presented Xbox: The Next Generation Revealed and gave everyone a sneak peak at the next version of our console, called the Xbox 360 . Although the system looks very sleek and cool, I personally thought the show was a bit light on details;...
  • stuart kent's blog

    Interesting observations on XMI

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    I just came across this post about XMI from Steven Kelly over at Metacase. In particular, he quotes some figures about usage of the various XMI versions: he's conducted a web search for XMI files out there on the web. The first thing that struck me was...
  • Riding Herd

    iPod woes continue

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    After another visit to the Apple store, and another struggle with the Genius bar, I'm now in a state where iTunes blue-screens (BAD_POOL_CALLER) when I plug in my iPod. If I uninstall iTunes, I can connect the iPod to my PC and it behaves like a nice...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Landmark experiences to replace birthdays as a true sign of age

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    I meant to post this on my birthday 2 months ago.  How time flies. Some people get so upset over their birthdays, getting a year older, hitting some milestone in time.  What I get upset about is thinking, “oh great, I just did <insert landmark...
  • stuart kent's blog

    Wojtek has started blogging

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    I see that the architect of the Guidance Automation Toolkit (GAT), Wojtek Kozaczynski , has started blogging. I worked with Wojtek closely for a couple of months at the inception of GAT (fun it was too), and have been continuing to work with him and his...
  • VinceX.NET's WebLog

    New Xbox 360 cool video

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    See on Channel9 a cool video about the new Xbox.
  • Mark Bower

    BBC makes it content available to developers free of charge

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    This is an interesting move by the BBC. It is opening up its content and providing APIs free-of-charge to enable developers to create non-commercial applications. “backstage.bbc.co.uk attempts to encourage and support those who have provided most...
  • Brad Abrams

    The Admiral’s Pipe

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    I was recently reminded of a story one of our development managers told me. Before he started his career in software he was a sailor aboard a Russian sub. Inspections by the admiral were a regular occurrence and involved a huge investment of time to clean...
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