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  • David Gristwood's Blog

    Understanding Web Services – UK event, November 30th, London

    Later this month I will be running a one day MSDN session around understanding Web Service – I hope some of you reading this blog will be able to make it. It’s a free event, aimed at developers and system designers, and really anyone interested in web...
  • Verticalware

    RFID...It's time

    Recently I read an interesting quote by Sir Issac Newton which goes somthing like "There is one thing stronger than all the armies of the world, and it is the idea whose time has come" , that's when the title for my blog struck me...'s time...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Connections in Vegas

    I'm in Vegas this week for Connections. Connections is a 3-part conference covering ASP.NET, Visual Studio, and SQL Server. I did the demo keynote for Marie Huwe, our fearless leader, and a session on language and IDE enhancements. I'm happy to be done...
  • manish godse's Application Insights and remoting blog

    Channel priority in remoting

    Each remoting channel has a priority associated with it. If there are multiple channels registered in the same appdomain and a MarshalByRefObject is marshalled out, all available channel data will flow with the ObjRef. The order is which this channel...
  • Microsoft InfoPath 2010

    Yesterday's WebCast

    Hello everyone, I want to personally thank those of you who attended yesterday’s WebCast: InfoPath in End-to-End Enterprise Solutions: Integrating InfoPath with Siebel and SAP which was presented by Hagen Green. I hope you enjoyed the talk as much as...
  • Rudi Larno's WebLog

    Finally, InfoPath has Managed Code!!

    Announcing the InfoPath 2003 Toolkit for Visual Studio .NET Back in the days that InfoPath was still code named XDocs, this was the one of the big features I was really missing, having been living and breathing .NET and managed code all over, convincing...
  • One Louder

    You never know what you've got until it's gone

    I'm not a big fan of platitudes. Really. Maybe I'm not an "out-of-the-box" thinker (hee!). Anyhoo, the person that said you don't know what you've got until it's gone (or, "you don't LOVE what you've got until it's gone" as Chicago said...yeah I'm a child...
  • Lisa Wollin

    Hiding the Image Toolbar in IE

    If you've spent any time browsing the Internet with Internet Explorer, you've seen the little toolbar that IE displays over larger images. Today's tip, contributed by Larry Anderson, explains how to hide this little bugger. In Internet Explorer 6.0, when...
  • Mai-lan's Visio Blog

    Visio “Person” Shape

    If you type “person” or “user” in the Find Shape or Search for Shapes window in Visio, you get the following results. I’m not fond of the majority of these options. I think the best shape to use to represent a single user, customer, citizen, or person...
  • Visual Studio Product Feedback Blog

    Product Feedback Center after VS2005 ships

    In a suggestion I responded to (FDBK17182: “Hire more people, so you can fix more of customers’ suggestions”), Phylum asked me to clarify a comment I made about fixing bugs and suggestions in a future release – he asked whether I met the next official...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Debugging VB6 binaries in Visual Studio .NET

    If you are using interop to call into a VB6 ActiveX dll or exe and you need to debug your VB6 project you may find yourself having both VS.NET and the VB6 IDE open. This can certainly be far from efficient. Typically you set your VB6 project to “Wait...
  • Visual Studio

    SOA and the .NET Compact Framework

    Arif Kureshy, has written a very interesting article on the topic, "Architecting Disconnected Mobile Applications Using a Service Oriented Architecture", read it here . Here is the article summary: "The Windows Mobile platform, which includes Microsoft...
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