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  • Roberdan

    Welcome to FabriKam, a Microsoft Office System Solutions Learning Platform

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    Today's enterprise solution developers have to manage ever-increasing expectations and challenges. Competing priorities and conflicting realities - the rapid pace of technological innovation, shrinking product life cycles, a dynamic business environment...
  • IEBlog

    Opting in to the Information Bar

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    The information published in this post is now out-of-date and one or more links are invalid. —IEBlog Editor, 20 August 2012 So this is my first post on this blog, my name is Phil Nachreiner, I’m a developer on the IE team. I’ll post more about myself...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Austin Interop - October 12th, 2004

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    You do not want to miss this!!!! Austin Interop takes place at the Alamo Draft House on 10/12 featuring nationally recognized speakers such as Bruce Tate and Ted Neward. It is jointly organized by several Austin User Groups, including the .NET User Group...
  • Ryan Farber's WebLog

    Speaking of Uri’s

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    Changing my code to convert string Url’s to Uri objects (because FxCop said it was a good idea) really helped solidify my testing. I never really thought about picking up Url’s that may not be http. I can see where a user may have done this with my code...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    How many hours does it take to film a lightbulb?

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    A lot. As you may know, I like to work on independent films as a hobby . I am currently working on another project as an Assistant Director, but I'll leave out details of that project until it's done. Anyway, this blog post is not about my...
  • Vinayak's WebLog

    Commerce Server Resources

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    You might be interested in the following available resources on Commerce Server. 1. Case studies Organizations come in all sizes and industries, each with its own business need. Follow the above link to learn how Commerce Server can meet the needs of...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    We need your feedback on the fate of Cordbg.exe

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    We currently ship a command line debugger in the SDK, Cordbg.exe. It's implemented in unmanaged C++. In v2.0, our debugger test team also started developing their own command line debugger, MDbg , written in C# and harnessing the awesome power of managed...
  • Just Coding

    VS 2005 Team System wiki

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    I found this link http://www.3leaf.com/wiki in Channel9, and I will spend some time reading it. Stay tuned !!
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Take Action on ASP.NET Vulnerability

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    We have become aware of a vulnerability in ASP.NET (all versions) that could allow a Web site visitor to access secured content by using a specially crafted request to the server. Note that this does not affect IIS, only ASP.NET. See this page or this...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    UPDATED: Information on reported ASP.NET vulnerability

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    Recently, Microsoft received information about a vulnerability in ASP.NET. The ASP.NET team has been working hard to confirm and identify the scope of this vulnerability, and Microsoft has posted the following page containing information about the vulnerability...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    CruiseControl.NET and MSBuild

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    I'm currently helping the Robertson Research Institute convert their large C# Visual Studio .NET 2003 applications to Visual Studio 2005 ("Whidbey") Beta 1. For the past year-and-a-half, we've used CruiseControl.NET (CC.NET), NAnt , NUnit , and FxCop...
  • Dean Rowe's WebLog

    MovieMaker Timeline Preview

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    The topic of video and especially photos on the timeline looking “blurry” in the preview window is a topic that is becoming increasingly popular on the newsgroups. Digital Cameras have a much higher resolution than video so you can be understandably concerned...
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