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  • Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog

    Hello, world

    One of the pleasures of working through the holidays, when few people are in the office, is to do tasks that I've been meaning to do for a long time. So while the halls are virtually empty during this holiday week, I'm happy to start my blog and add my...
  • Steven Pratschner's .Net CF WebLog

    Application Compatibility with .Net Compact Framework Whidbey

    Throughout the Whidbey product cycle, we’ve tried hard to make sure that the new version of the Compact Framework we’re building is capable of running the applications you’ve built with version 1.0 unchanged. That is, our goal is to make sure you can...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Do you eat your digital pics RAW…

    …or do you cook them until they’re JPEG? I had a great time talking to Matt and James at Interwoven today about RAW image formats. (Sorry if I went overboard guys!) You see, we all have digital SLRs and were pondering the usefulness of RAW images. My...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    Google and Open Source

    In Adam Bosworth's post Where have all the good databases gone he asks the Open Source community to target some problems with relational databases that the Big 3 vendors have seemingly been unable to solve. Krzysztof Kowalczyk has an interesting response...
  • CodeMouse

    Meanwhile, back at the ranch ... (The SQL end of things)

    There's one more bit you will need to have a fully-functional database application, and because it isn't part of the app itself it can be left out (or maybe the sample writer wants to pretend it doesn't exist). You need a stored procedure in your SQL...
  • !! Saurabh's world of possibilities !!

    Powers of SQL Server

    Do you know you can have: 1. 32,767 database per instance of sql server 2. 2 billion tables per database 3. 1024 columns per table 4. 65,535 secondary datafiles per database 5. 256 filegroup per database 6. bytes per row - 8060 7. clustered index per...
  • Joe Davies

    First four chapters of "TCP/IP Fundamentals for Microsoft Windows" online book published

    The first four chapters of the " TCP/IP Fundamentals for Microsoft Windows " online book have been published on TechNet. These chapters are the first four of 18 chapters and 4 appendices that describe the fundamental concepts of TCP/IP (IP version 4)...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Content ownership, fair use and attribution

    There is a very lively debate between a blogger, Jason Calacanis and the CTO of Skweezer , a " Web portal that reformats Web pages, searches, and e-mail for handheld devices, such as PDA's, smartphones, and most XHTML-enabled cell phones." At the heart...
  • Joris Kalz's WebLog on MSDN

    Auditing Business Data in Microsoft CRM

    Have you seen this great new article on MSDN? Auditing Business Data in Microsoft CRM
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    2004 for JobsBlog: The Good, the Bad, the 55 Hires!

    Wow … what a year! As 2004 draws to a close, I want to take a little time to reflect on my experience of co-founding the Technical Careers @ Microsoft weblog … and send a big thank you out to all our readers. Back in 2003, our team (which at the time...
  • .NET Banana

    Hiring an ISV DE

    I see from the web site that we currently have an open slot for a developer evangelist (DE) to work with independent software vendors (ISVs.) You can apply here . This job is based in Washington, DC.
  • Man vs Code

    XSD gripe 2 – DataType hell

    I know I am just the latest in a long line of people to “comment” on this subject – but I just wanted to give my two cents. I appreciate the fact that the XSD designers wanted to vastly enrich my datatype life. But why come up with a bunch of built-in...
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