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  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Thanks Bill... Vaughn that is, not that other guy...

    I noticed yesterday that my poll wasn't showing the question on the top of the list of choices, or the list of results. Viewing the source made it pretty obvious the <asp:label> was rendering, but that it was empty. Checking my code everything seemed...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    IM = Instant Knowledge

    "To search for information, a user sends a question to his own referral agent, which broadcasts the query to all of the user's buddies' agents, said Zhang [researcher at University of Michigan]. A referral agent in the buddy's messenger searches its information...
  • Just Coding

    MS Communities

    Now this blog is listed in the "official" MS Communities Blog Portal [ ]. Enjoy !!
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Blog from 'down under'

    Mark Baartse from Microsoft Australia has started his own blog at . The blogging software Mark is using, Seabeach, is a blogging app developed using .NET 1.1, C# and SQL Server 2000...Mark is using InfoPath as...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Using WSE 2.0 to Enable Interoperable Kerberos Authentication

    The KerberosToken that ships with WSE 2.0 is a beautiful thing. It is proof of the thing that I love most about WSE 2.0: It serves as Microsoft's vehicle for delivering supported advanced web services implementations out of the cycle of other products...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Help me, help you!

    About a month ago I talked about the problems people have when trying to use Visual C# in conjunction with an external project system, as opposed to the project system built into Visual Studio. Currently when you try to use C# files outside of a project...
  • Rob Caron

    Community Policing - Home-grown FxCop Rules

    A few days ago, Brad Abrams pointed to Brady Gaster's site and talked about home-grown FxCop rules. I'm hoping that the adoption of Visual Studio Team System will also act as a catalyst for such work. As you might have heard , the FxCop team is now part...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Exchange forms and the forms registry

    Forgive me, I am reminiscing today. So, I am working on a little skunk-works project (that I may write up some day, who knows), and I bumped back into the Exchange storage system with which I became so very, very familiar back in 2000. The memories...
  • SQL Server Express WebLog

    SQL Express Beta 2 coming soon

    The full Beta 2 version of SQL Express is coming soon. While the Beta 2 release will not add any new features, it does contain many bug fixes that were not in the Tech Preview. We recommend upgrading to Beta 2 as soon as it is available. Unfortunately...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Blog Posts - 2004-07-21

    Michael Franklin has this post today on Visual Studio Team System and how it relates to UML : Michael Franklin: VS05 Team System Team System is definitely headed in the right direction, though. I'd like to see Microsoft work with OMG to improve UML, but...
  • AdamU's WebLog

    Microsoft, customers and innovation

    As I was checking the MSFT price this morning after the big announcement on stock buy back yesterday, this article on Microsoft was at the top of the list on moneycentral. Here's the two...
  • Roberdan

    InfoPath in End-to-End Enterprise Solutions: Integrating InfoPath with SQL, Siebel, and SAP

    Thx to: Summary: By now, you've learned how easy it is to build InfoPath forms and hook them to databases. Now you want to truly integrate the forms into business processes to build end-to-end solutions...
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