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  • Stephen Cohen's thoughts on Enterprise Architecture

    Making Enterprise Architecture real ; Step 1- who owns what

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    Application development code is too focused and too volatile to be promoted across the enterprise, and enterprise code is too generic and too hard to change for it to precisely address application needs. Coming to an agreement on these ownership / boundaries...
  • Chief Geek's WebLog - Tript Singh Lamba

    Hello World! This is Chief Geek Tript Singh @ MSN

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    This is my first Blog. Tript Singh Chief Geek @ MSN
  • Brad Abrams

    The SLAR on System.CharEnumerator

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    Continuing in the series on sharing some of the information in the .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference Vol 1 here is an annotation from the System.CharEnumerator class. BA - Our reason for adding this class to the BCL was not that we felt...
  • Bing it on

    Adventure Works Images

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    If you have worked on Commerce Server 2002 then you have probably come across the Adventure Works Catalog which is shipped as a sample in the SDK. However, one common difficulty is in finding the images for the corresponding products in the catalog after...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Dual Opteron Goodness

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    If you follow my blog, you'll probably remember the dual Opteron workstation I ordered on September 29th from GamePC . Well, after waiting a full month (due to industry-wide video card delays ), the eagle has finally landed. As a result of the delays...
  • Jeromy Carriere's WebLog

    Concept-Based Navigation of the World-Wide Web

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    While digging through some old files, I found this paper that I co-authored with Rick Kazman back in '97. We never published it, but I thought it would be interesting to post... Concept-Based Navigation of the World-Wide Web S. Jeromy Carrière, Rick Kazman...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Visual C++ Getting Started Page Updated

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    We've updated the Visual C++ Developer Center Getting Started page. It now has links to a number of different examples to get you started with Visual C++. Take a look and let me know if there's anything else you'd like to see in this area. Visual C++...
  • Bing it on

    Drag and Drop and GAC

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    Funny how some of the simplest things remain hidden from us - just got to know that a simple and easy way to install an assembly into the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) is to simply open the %windir%\assembly folder in Explorer and drag and drop the DLL...
  • The Design-Time Developer

    Some really cool developer/IT Pro training tools

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    Hey everybody, Every once in a while, amidst the deluge of emails we each receive daily, one jewel shines out of the many - a valuable resource or tidbit of knowledge which makes drudging through all of the other messages worthwhile. Well, today I had...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Can your code do take out?

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    There is still time to register and attend the FREE .NET Mobility Roadshow in your area. You also will have the chance to win a mobile device of your own. The following locations still have upcoming shows: Atlanta, GA Portland, OR Chicago, IL Dallas,...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    What is a Nighlty Test Case?

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    Why is a nightly called a nightly? A nightly is a test case that must be run every time there is a new build. Since a new build is published every night, these tests are run nightly, hence the name. Other teams call these tests Acceptance or Self-Host...
  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    Some new content

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    Over the last few weeks, Microsoft has released some very useful content. Two rather highly acclaimed pieces of content are: How to Customize Your Search Using SharePoint Portal Server 2003 SharePoint Portal Server 2003 End-User Training Kit
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