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  • terryea's WebLog

    XBox 2, Managed Solutions and other thoughts

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    There's a report from Forbes today that XBox 2 is forecast to ship about 3 million units in the December quarter. Gulp. That's all hitting our SAP system, time to be paying extra attention! It's always really exciting when there's a big launch of something...
  • David Hurtado's Integration Traces

    Programming inside orchestrations: Where should I put the code?

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    Abstract : A common question from my customers: ‘how much code should be in the orchestration, and how much code should be leveraged into .NET components?’ In the BPEL standard, a business workflow is used only to coordinate the execution of components...
  • Michael Rys

    XQuery 1.0, XPath 2.0, and XSLT 2.0 are in REALLY Last Call

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    A week ago (on April 4th), the W3C announced that XQuery 1.0, XPath 2.0, and XSLT 2.0 went into Last Call . Since this is the second Last Call, let me assure you that the intend of the working group is to make this the final one. The goal is still to...
  • Michael Rys

    Material for my MSDN WebCast "Managing XML Data on the Database with SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005"

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    You can get the WebCast recording and copies of the slides from the MSDN website (registration required). I would consider the language of my presentation to be Swiss-American-English and not as the site indicates English-American- :-). Here are the...
  • XQuery Inside SQL Server 2005

    Welcome!

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    Welcome to my blog dealing with using XQuery inside of SQL Server 2005. As an introduction to the kind of information I intend to populate this blog with, I have started off writing an atricle on how to take the examples from the XQuery Use Case documents...
  • Andrew May's WebLog

    John Durant Moves On

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    If you've read his blog lately, or visited the Office Developer Center front page , then you know that John Durant has relinquished the reins at the ODC, in order to become a program manager for Visual Studio Tools for Office. I've worked with John...
  • BizTalkLATAM's Blog

    La presentacion de este Blog

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    BizTalk Server (BTS) lleva muy poco tiempo en el mercado. Su curva de aprendizaje comprende las versiones 2000, 2002 y 2004 y aunque ha avanzada considerablemente (el tener la versión 2004 corriendo en .NET creanme que fue lo mas cool que pudo pasar,...
  • Under The Hood - Matt Pietrek

    Help tracking down Win32 SxS manifest issues

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    Today I had my first experience with using manifest files for Win32 binaries. If you're only familiar with .NET manifest, never fear, as Windows itself uses essentially the same mechanisms. In my particular case, I wanted to ensure that a DLL I wrote...
  • Jochen Seemann's Blog

    The Template Engine

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    The DSL Tools come with a template-based artifact generation engine that allows you to generate code files, text files, XML files, HTML files etc. from models. Gareth has put a nice summary of the syntax that we use for this engine on his blog : Having...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    Transcript from Today's chat

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    Thanks for attending today's chat. The transcript is below. Pls also remember to attend tomorrow's chat which starts at 5:00 pm pacific. Here's the place: http://msdn.microsoft.com/chats/chatroom.aspx To find the excat time in your time zone...
  • Dariusz quatscht

    Vereinheitlichung der SQL Provider

    Es ist nun soweit. In der Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 wird nun endlich die Vereinheitlichung der SQL Provider erfolgen. Das heißt man nutzt den System.Data.SqlClient Namensbereich um mit den Objekten auch im SQL Server 2005 zu programmieren. Hierfür hat...
  • JasonMcC's WebLog

    NT Kernel design whiteboard sessions on Channel 9

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    I had to post about this. I'm sure it's been seen on blogs.msdn but I just finished watching the Channel 9 four part stream with NT Kernel Architect - Dave Probert. Check out the parts here . He gets deep into the guts of the kernel including the object...
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