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  • Darren Jefford

    In Seattle

    I'm in Seattle for a few weeks now working with the BizTalk product team which is shaping up to be fantastic, I've got a list of things related to Scaling and Performance which hopefully I can get my head round whilst out here and hopefully blog about...
  • Darren Jefford

    BizTalk Performance Blog

    The BizTalk team have just started a new blog focussed on Performance and it looks fantastic , they are going to focus on the top "pain points" which is great news. Please check it out!!
  • Deven Kampenhout's Tech Blog

    Tired of the same themes anyone?

    I really like blogging. I'm very glad for . I also think Community Server (the software on which is built) is a great piece of software. Today I was reading some of the other posts from and I noticed a post...
  • Darren Jefford

    PSfD UK Team Blog!

    Hi, I’ve just launched our new PSfD Team Blog , we’ve got around 20 consultants in our team so there should be some great postings going up in a similar vain to this blog – but less emphasis on BizTalk J Enjoy!
  • Darren Jefford

    XML is like...

    I didn't spot Morgan's witty retort :-) Morgan has a thing about XML - or "angle brackets" as he affectionately calls it!
  • Daniel Feies

    MSN Messenger PMs on Their Favorite Features

    Leah is a PM in the MSN Messenger and she's talking about her favorite features: PSM, Large Thumbnails and Video Conversation . Check out her blog , I know you'll like it. Vlada is also a PM and she's talking about Video Conversation .
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Last night's NIMTUG SQL Server 2005 Demo: Slides, Samples, Quadraphonic Babies

    Being the moose-loving Canuck that I am, I occasionally chew my knees on flights between Dublin and my home and native land of Canada. On one such flight, I found myself flanked by not one, not two, but four young families. Two in the row in front...
  • PSfD: Team Blog

    Reasons to migrate to Windows Server 2003

    I realise that this is a bit late for many people, but I have been helping one of my customers with a justification to move to Windows Server 2003 from Windows 2000 Server. It is specifically targeted at the main application that they develop which is...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Mark all as read in Outlook - and why the long tail means that web search engines beat Office help

    Cameron Reilly found my post on keyboard shortcuts in Outlook while trying to figure out a better way to do “Mark All As Read” : Oh, and Jonathan, don't worry about getting this tidbit into Who needs it! Your blog came up as...
  • David L's Blog

    Get well soon Franky!

    Fantastic Frank Arrigo is in hospital today for surgery , so I'm checking his mail, you know, keeping all his correspondence under control, kinda like Santa's little elves, only not as diabolical...anyway, I just got this get well card from one of Frank...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Musing

    Test your platform specific assemblies

    If you do not know what is platform specific assemblies, please read this post: Assembly ProcessorArchitecture Assume your platform specific assemblies will be shipped both in 32 bit and...
  • Eugenio Pace

    Updater Application Block Webcast

    Don't miss the opportunity of watching this introductory web cast on Updater Application Block V2.0 presented by patterns & practices Smart Client Team next Thrursday 14th. at 11:00 am (PST).
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