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  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Thoughts about a recent class on "Leading Change"

    Last Thursday and Friday my team* went to a class on "Leading Change". We took the class because our team is responsible for continuing the culture change toward a more customer connected future for the improvement of developer satisfaction within the...
  • A.J.Anto's WebLog

    This thing called RFC.

    One of the other things, I routinely do is read up IETF published Request for Comments. Most of the RFC's describe a networking protocol. Simply put, I believe that if you want to understand the architecture of the Internet, you have to read the RFC's...
  • Brian Keller

    idx3d engine ported to J#

    This is a really cool 3-D graphics engine that was originally authored in Java which has now been ported to J#. You can download the J# version here: Thanks to Peter Walser (original idx3d author) and George...
  • William J. Steele's WebLog

    In my front yard...

    Ok... just had to show everybody this... not only do I have a problem with deer, but now, I'm starting to get the "weird" deer. Check out this picture of one I just took in my yard. . I see several deer everyday...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    IOD: Visual Studio Supported RSS Enclosures

    Podcasting seems to have everyone hyped up on the possibility of RSS delivered media downloads. In Whidbey we'll have a Visual Studio community download search, but what if Visual Studio subscribed to feeds that automatically gave you some of the latest...
  • Stephen Cohen's thoughts on Enterprise Architecture

    Can an application really be simple AND comply with an Enterprise Architecture?

    High quality applications are simple. They do some one thing well. The classic example is the famous Hello World app. It simple displays the text back to the caller. While there are vast language dependant permutations lets follow our own advice, keep...
  • Franci Penov

    Monday morning...

    Steve sums up his and mine Monday morning . :-) Some weeks just don't start well.
  • oliverlu's WebLog

    ASP.NET 2.0中的一些新特性

    Master Page – 这个其实在很早以前就已经看到了,只是当时没有在 Whidbey 上跑成功。 Master Page 就是一个模版,给人的感觉是以后 ASP.NET 中的开发就像使用 FrontPage 来编辑页面一样,会越来越简单。 这里有一篇不错的文章,可以看看: Master Pages in ASP.NET 2.0
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Download the Imagine Cup Software Design sample OneNote spec now!

    For the first round of the US Software Design Invitational you will need to submit your application specification in Microsoft(r) OneNote 2003 format. To help you get started, you can download a sample application specification . Don't have OneNote yet...
  • .NET Banana

    SQL Server 2005 Webcasts

    If you're interested in SQL Server 2005, we have 15 webcasts coming up on specific developer topics in SQL Server 2005, starting on Dec 6th. It's time to drill into SQL Server 2005 and understand this new wave of technology!
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Using Outlook to manage new documents

    I like using Outlook to manage documents that I compose, such as this blog entry. What I mean by that: I start writing a document by simply starting to compose a new mail message. I have Outlook configured to use MSWord as my email editor, so I have the...
  • One Louder

    Microsoft's Employee Referral Process

    I've had some questions lately about Microsoft's employee referral process; specifically whether it's a good way for potential candidates to get noticed by Microsoft recruiters. The answer is "yes" but let me tell you a little bit more about how it works...
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