from ideas to solutions

The Latest Blog Posts
  • Visual Studio

    Very Cool Pocket Wireless Router

    • 3 Comments When I'm on the road, as I am right now I often need to share a single network connection wirelessly with my two laptops (for redundancy - something always goes wrong on the road) and countless devices. I tried a...
  • Visual Studio

    Smart Client Architecture Webcast

    "How do Smart Clients fit into the big picture of enterprise architecture? This session looks at the Smart Client's place within Enterprise and how it relates to Service Oriented Architecture. We look at some of the key architectural challenges surrounding...
  • Jesper snackar dynga då och då. Här är beviset.

    Hur får du hjälp med datorproblem?

    Hur får du hjälp med datorproblem? Själv är jag både envis och kaxig, och dessutom har jag rätt bra resurser på jobbet så de flesta problem jag råkar ut för kan jag lösa ganska själv. Eftersom du ens läser detta, antar jag antingen att du hittade det...
  • frankred's WebLog

    The Designing .NET Class Libraries: Member Types chat is today! (Wednesday, February 09, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. Pacific Time)

    Be sure to join us today (February 9, 2005) at 1:00 P.M. Pacific Time for the Designing .NET Class Libraries: Member Types chat . Today’s chat is the follow-up chat for the Member Types presentation that was published on the .NET Framework Developer Center...
  • Roberdan

    Gates Pins Hopes on SharePoint

    Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates has some big hopes and dreams for SharePoint, Microsoft's collaboration technology. Gates sang SharePoint's praises Friday during his keynote address at the first Office System Developer Conference. Microsoft made his keynote...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    WESC - Ivan has a blog.

    Ivan Joseph the product manager within the Mobile and Embedded Devices group that’s running the Windows Embedded Student Challenge now has a blog – If you’re involved in the competition this is going to be the place to get information...
  • Test Guide

    Good Enough

    While I personally believe that every bug is worth fixing, the reality of business often causes the minimum-cost-for-maximum-benefit line to be drawn elsewhere. Heck, even customers often prioritize new features over bug fixes! (Not that this is a choice...
  • Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

    How to install LSPs on Windows CE 4.2 and PPC 2003 (Part 1)

    The Problems: P1) There is no way to determine the order in which LSPs will be installed in CE 4.2 P2) The SSLLSP always installs itself over the base provider, and will ignore chains placed by other LSPs. A work around requires the following two attributes...
  • Chris Flaat's WebLog

    Sprint 4 ending (mostly) happily

    Well, my dear readers, I’m pleased to report that we got things pulled together for sprint 4 and are on track to complete it successfully today, barring unforeseen complications. One of the problems we’ve had is that our overarching mission timeline is...
  • Partho's Weblog

    Object Test Bench – I: Debugging unplugged!!!

    Hi folks… As you may have seen from the various blogs and articles floating around on the internet, Visual Studio 2005 will ship with a new feature called the Object Test Bench (OTB, here after). My super cool test lead, Gopinath, suggested that I should...
  • Roberdan


    It is your expert guide to deploying, integrating, customizing, and using Microsoft SharePointtechnology,including Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) and Microsoft SharePoint PortalServer(SPS). SharePoint is Microsoft's breakthrough technology for Web...
  • Sharp Things

    Hack the Build: Cracking MSBuild Project Files

    Jomo Fisher -- Here's how you can use the MSBuild Object Model to programmatically access the contents of a project file. This sample console application accepts a single parameter--the full path to some MSBuild project file--and displays all of the assemblies...
Page 33018 of 35,232 (422,781 items) «3301633017330183301933020»