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  • Alex Barnett's blog

    In RSS we trust

    Nick Bradbury : "...I'd like to start a conversation about the threat that spam and spyware pose to our little syndicated world. I brought this topic up with several companies who were at the Syndicate Conference , and I was disturbed to discover...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Podcasting Crew are back ! - Who's going to TechEd 2005 ?

    It looks like the Mike Hall/Pete Grondal (who is Pete Grondal? - is he real, has anyone actually seen him?) Podcast crew is back on the road, this time we're off to cover TechEd 2005 - The first day of TechEd is going to be stupid crazy for me, I will...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    RSS: its strength is also its weakness

    Bob Wyman seems to be pretty certain that the dominant syndication format of the forseeable future is Atom : " is clear that the heyday for the historical RSS format has passed. RSS is a historical format, Atom represents the future. We don...
  • SQL Server 2005: CLR Integration

    Yet another TVF: returning files from a directory

    In my previous BLOG entry dated May 5th, I promised another sample that retrieves multiple files from a directory based on a specified name pattern. Here it is, this time in VB.NET. This is a more traditional Table-Valued-Function in that it actually...
  • Donovan Lange's Work-Blog

    Want to win a Toshiba Portege M200?

    POWER UP Your OneNote PowerToy Contest "Show the world how you Power Up OneNote with the add-on functionality of PowerToys. It's your opportunity to influence the future of OneNote. It's your chance to wow a global audience. And it's your shot at winning...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    A Brief [and Subjective] History of Corporate Blogging at Microsoft

    My teammate Betsy, the czarina of blog , will be speaking at TechEd 2005 in Amsterdam about Microsoft's corporate blogging effort, tools, and platform. Betsy has been herding Microsoft BlogCats for least as long as I've been blogging in the wild as a...
  • Spat's WebLog (Steve Patrick)

    The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of SP1

    I promise to get to the DIMS stuff soon. In the meantime I want to point out some SP1 uglies: 1. We changed the permissonson the SCM so non admins cannot connect anymore. See
  • Dave Massy's Blog

    TechEd 2005

    I'll be at TechEd in Orlando June5th to June 10th. If you are there I'll be around the Windows Desktop Cabana most days and I'm giving a talk on Internet Explorer on the Friday morning so drop by and say hi. Just so you know in advance I'll not be discussing...
  • One Louder

    Our marketing hiring needs...right now

    On a weekly basis, my team goes through the newly opened marketing and finance positions at Microsoft to assess the profiles requested. Instead of looking at what the job is, we are looking at the skill sets the hiring managers are asking for. This gives...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    How to fix error loading Visual Studio menu in Visual Studio 2005 beta 2

    Some customers have seen an error dialog launching the Visual Studio IDE after uninstalling VS 2005 beta 1 or one of the VS 2005 Community Tech Previews (CTPs). The exact text of the dialog is A problem was encountered loading the Microsoft Visual Studio...
  • Keith Short's Blog

    New Website for Software Factories

    Although I have been lax at blogging again this last month, the team has been extremely busy with the various efforts around Software Factories. In the course of the last few weeks we have opened a new public portal that will become the focus of all activities...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Imagine Cup US Finals - Morning Recap

    Day one is flying by - we started out with intro presentations by Nicole, Daryll, and I, then had Chris To from the MS Mobile Developer Experience team present. Chris was part of the competition last year down in San Diego, and along with his UCLA...
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