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  • Point2Share

    Pint2Share - Belfast

    Well back from Zurich, unfortunately not able to catch up with anyone, maybe next time! (I did notice in my referrer logs lots of hits from .ch, I guess you are just too shy!) With that said, I did however get a number of invitations from other places...
  • Rob Caron

    Bitten by NewsGator

    I’ve been using the NewsGator Outlook add-in since sometime last year. I don’t know why it happens, but subscription information is volatile. Without intentionally editing it, it can change by itself. For example, after connecting to the...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Maxthon joins the RSS sidebar party

    Right now Maxthon is my tabbed browser of choice – it’s slick, rock-solid, and uses the IE6 rendering engine for maximum compatibility. Most importantly, it’s being updated at a feverish pace that would put a pack of crazed weasels to shame. This morning...
  • Jeromy Carriere's WebLog

    Outlook active folders

    I have a lot of folders in Outlook/Exchange. I mean lots, and in a pretty deep hierarchy. I firmly believe in two modalities when finding stuff: navigating and searching. Searching is taken care of by MSN desktop search, but I still need to be able to...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    What's coming with the next version of IIS (7.0) and ASP.NET

    This is a great Channel 9 interview with Scott Guthrie , Product Unit Manager in charge of Microsoft's Web platform and tools team. Plenty of insights into what's coming with the next version of IIS (7.0) and ASP.NET. Part 1 - Video length: 00:33:34....
  • Pascal Belaud

    .NET Framework 2.0 - Vos applications actuelles vont-elles marcher sur cette nouvelle plateforme ?

    Bien que nous allons TOUT faire pour que cela soit le cas, nous ne sommes pas à l'abri de rencontrer ça ou là quelques problèmes d'incompatibilités lors du passage de la plateforme .NET de la version 1.1 à 2.0... Afin de limiter au maximum ces désagréments...
  • simon.says

    Asia Pacific Strategic Architect Forum 2005 - Day 2

    My session on "Microsoft and Interoperability" seemed to go pretty well on Wednesday. Despite the 8:15am start, there still seemed to be an audience of 75 or so attendees. I put together a deck that talks to the 6 areas of interoperability - namely Network...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Speaking of the Class Designer

    As I pointed out in my last post , VS2005 includes a Class Designer that those familiar with the UML class model should feel right at home in. By happy coincidence, I found out today the Class Designer team is blogging . Additionally, two of the Class...
  • Brad Abrams

    Migrating to .NET Framework 2.0? Let us do the testing for you....

    Over the next year many of you will be migrating your V1.x applications to 2.0. This will no doubt require a testing pass to ensure your application continues to work as expected. At the same time, we are trying hard to ensure that applications can migrate...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    ArtRage power

    Sometime it's only natural to sketch something senseless while following a presentation, having a phone call or similar activities. It's not rare at all to see on paper trays in the neighborhood of a phone all sorts of spirals, patterns or smiley. ...
  • Brad Abrams

    MSDN-TV on PowerCollections posted

    Peter and Krys are interviewed on MSDN TV recently about the PowerCollections project… Check it out Peter does a great job talking about the history and motivation of the project... I do hope that you find value in the way power collections extends System...
  • Soaked in CIDER !

    Microsoft Research ...

    Soma's blog describes some of the projects that have been undertaken by Microsoft Research lab.
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