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  • The Design-Time Developer

    August-September 2004 Handout

    Once again, my brief handout of useful URLs to sites and articles with additional information related to my seminar content. I know you can't always make it to my events (although I do enjoy seeing you when you can), so I have decided to share the handout...
  • load of tosh

    "What's on Your USB Keychain?"

    In the spirit of Apple's old "What's on your PowerBook?" ads or even Gizmodo's "What's in your Gadget Bag?, I ask you what's on your USB drive keychain. Having just popped mine in after some months, I am surprised to find: a C# source file to screen scrape...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    A whole site of SharePoint blogs!

    Hey, there's a whole site of SharePoint blogs . All the posts on the site are supposed to be about SharePoint, so seems like it should be a great resource (haven't had a chance to look around that much :)
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Workflow on SharePoint

    I've had a number of people ask me about workflow on SharePoint, and while I've run across an article or post here or there, I didn't have a great place to point people to. However, on Lamont Harrington's blog I found a whole category of workflow posts...
  • LauraJ's Weblog

    Lamont Harrington: Great list of SharePoint Resources

    Today I was looking for some information for users on "Getting Started with WSS" (this is for the non-profit that I set up a SharePoint site for) and I ran across Lamont Harrington's blog . There are some really great resources here, I don't know how...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Windows Programming Notes

    Assemblies in GAC and their dependencies

    Global Assembly Cache (GAC) is a machine wide central repository of shared components. For that matter maybe GAC should really be called Global Assembly Store. But for historically reason GAC is called Global Assembly Cache, and will be kept as it is...
  • load of tosh

    OWA Theme Fun

    Nino Bilic provides the cool images and css for the OWA XBOX theme in a recent entry on the Exchange blog. Back in early 2003 when we were finishing up development on the product and many mailboxes at Microsoft were dogfooding our bits, OWA dev decided...
  • Objective Disclosures

    Virtualized Experimentational Instances

    I don't know if you've been spending much time working with any of the .NET 2.0 based systems we are building (Longhorn, Yukon, Whidbey ), but I've been working with some form of them for about a year and a half now. One of the difficulties I've had is...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    My wife used to have an inkjet printer that refused to pick up paper. I'd clean the print path, and it would behave okay for a couple of weeks before it needed another cleaning. Each time, I tried to figure out how I could fix it permanently. And each...
  • load of tosh

    US & Iraq Opening Ceremonies Photo

    I came across this photo of the US and Iraqi Olympic delegations at the opening ceremonies via this blog . Thought it was cool and interesting enough to share. Spending most of the weekend watching Olympic coverage. USA basketball comes on in a second...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Skype Gives Telcos a Wake-Up Call

    ""One day, we will look back and wonder why we ever paid for phone service, in the same way that we now look back and wonder why we ever paid for e-mail," says Steve Jurvetson, a managing partner at venture-capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson. His firm...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Stopping BitTorrent distro of SP2...wrong? I don't think so.

    John Dvorak is apparently of the opinion that it was “wrong on so many levels” for Microsoft to tell file-swapper sites to stop distributing XP SP2 via BitTorrent. I heartily disagree. Microsoft is already battling a perception that our software...
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