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  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Randy Miller from Microsoft to talk in Atlanta on MSF Agile

    Randy Miller is a program manager in the Visual Studio 2005 Team System group. He has been at the forefront of work on MSF Agile, which is (in Randy’s words) “a scenario-driven, context-based, agile software development process that utilizes many of the...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    MSN Search

    Of course you know the MSN web search is powered by 64-bit Windows. In one of his recent posts , Scoble compares Google vs. MSN Search. When I was still using 32-bit Windows on my laptop, I was a happy user of both desktop search engines. Under 64-bit...
  • Roberdan

    A me che IBM si stia vendendo i blog mi sta sulle scatole!

    ovunque leggo che ibm rilascerà un tool per i blog con workplace (2.5, forse a settembre) comincia a darmi fastidio. .... i commenti me li tengo che non va bene scriverli! date un occhiata a quanti articoli hanno fatto sulla cosa:
  • Just Coding

    Code Snippets Reference

    In VS2003 I've been using AutoCode AddIn to speed-up the time needed to write the same code blocks. VS2005 has a similiar feature, and here is the reference to personalize your code snippets. http://msdn2...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    A note to owners of an eMachine M6805, M6809 or M6811 notebook

    When the first M6805 appeared on the market, I ordered one. It was one of the first publicly available 64-bit notebooks, powered by AMD’s Athlon64 processor. Nice box. I still use it as a print-, file- and web server on the Intranet. I just got notice...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Aug 20th 2005: Free Portal Development mini-Code Camp in Charlotte, NC

    Maxim Karpov is putting together a free code camp targeted at portal development . Visit his blog for details, the event is August 20th at Microsoft's office in Charlotte, NC.
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    Happy Birthday Amazon!

    This week, there's been a lot of press about the 10th anniversary of The excitement is even greater in Seattle, the home of the on-line retailer. The story of Jeff Bezos is every entrepreneur's dream. He replaced the mythical Hewlett-Packard...
  • craigrow

    Why is that folder called "images?"

    Installment Three: Wimgapi.dll The Wimgapi.dll is the library which does all the work for Windows imaging. It exposes a set of public APIs which can be used to create WIM files, add images to the WIM file, view the images in the WIM file and, of...
  • mszCool's thoughts and cents revealed

    Enterprise Services with .NET arrived

    Last week I got my first copy of Christian's new book, Enterprise Services with the .NET Framework . This is really a cool book with lots of great content about Enterprise Services. From my perspective it's one of the few books that describes a couple...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    VS 2005 supported Operating Systems

    Every once in a while, we see failures from customers trying to deploy VS 2005 due to incorrect operating systems. The .NET Framework is supported from Windows 98 and up. Visual Studio itself requires Windows 2000 SP4 and up. Here's the list of...
  • FreiK's WebLog

    64bit ATI drivers for EMachines laptops

    Mike Wall, a very bright guy from AMD, just forwarded this to me. I figured it couldn't hurt to put it here: <snip> If anyone has an Athlon 64 Emachines M6805, M6809, M6811 notebook and you're running 64-bit Windows, here is how to get the ATI...
  • A SQL Server Blog

    Extending SSIS webcast later today

    At 1PM PST today, I'll be doing an MSDN Webcast on how to extend Integration Services including how to write new tasks and create new components. Why would you want to do that? Well, the simplest example would be if you have binary files that only you...
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