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  • GuntherB's WebLog

    Free SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition For All TechEd 2005 Europe Delegates

    All TechEd 2005 Europe delegates will receive a fully functional copy of SQL Server 2005 Standard Edition once the final version is released. Indeed: no beta, the full release version, not an evaluation version, no time bombs... This means that you won...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    Interesting Post on XMLA for BizTalk

    Check out this interesting read on using XML for Analysis (XMLA) to query the standard OLAP cubes created by BizTalk. Of course you could also use this to query the custom Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) cubes that get generated.
  • Tom Miller's Blog

    Features? Whidbey? Oh My!!

    Well, as I'm sure most of you are already aware, the Whidbey beta has been out for a while now, and hopefully some of you have gotten a chance to play with it. Assuming you have, what features are you seeing that you absolutely love? What features do...
  • Hong Gao 's Web Log :

    Your feedback on Beta2 install experience

    We released Beta 2 Visual Studio Express products 6 weeks ago. We have been listening to your feedback through forums, Watson feedback data (you can opt-in such program at the beginning of the setup) etc. We published a tool to help uninstalling Beta...
  • John's Blog

    Technical writing: Writers vs. Editors

    Here's a little background on me. I've been writing articles and technical documentation for over 20 years, which is just less than half my life. I started writing articles and type-in listings in BASIC for computer magazines as a way to pay my way through...
  • Jeremy Kuhne's Blog

    C# or C++?

    I just read C++ vs. C# and thought it might be worthwhile to throw up a few thoughts. I've been ranting and raving about how great the new Managed C++ (C++/CLI) is. It's true, it is great, but I still prefer to do most of my work in C#. Why? C#...
  • paramesh

    Developer Tools, India

    Hello, there! I work out of Microsoft's India Development Center at Hyderabad, India. I am the Director of the Developer Tools group, which is part of the Developer Division, home to Visual Studio and the .NET framework. I moved back to India after a...
  • Brad Abrams

    VS2003: Copying a file to the output directory

    I recently needed to create a VS 2003 project. The application is a simple console app that reads an xml file as input from the current directory. This is super simple to do on the command line but more obtuse from within VS. Chris Sells offers some...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Discovery Channel's Alien Planet

    I was a bit late for my ride into work today since I was captivated by this TV show. Too bad I wasn't watching this in HD at home, but nontheless it was fantastic. Alien Planet -
  • Jeremy Kuhne's Blog

    P/Invoke? No way! (Pt. 2)

    [7/20/05: Additional comment added for Marshal::GetFunctionPointerForDelegate()] There are some instances where Win32 requires a callback function pointer. This frequently comes up in Enumeration APIs, such as EnumWindows. In this post we’ll look at...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Free .Net Compact framework training

    If you are interested in compact framework developement, HP and Microsoft have teamed up to give online training over the next two days. Take a look at the offering here
  • Direct Reports

    Everything Falls Apart (Report Manager as Report)

    I finally got around to seeing the movie Adaptation . For those of you who didn't get to see it, it's a movie by Charlie Kaufman , the writer of Being John Malkovich . I've wanted to see it since it came out but never got around to it. Without giving...
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