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  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    Software Socialism?

    Working with the patterns & practices group has been a really interesting way to spend the last few years of my life (three years this week!). When I got here, we were just “PAG”, the team that worked on the first MSA and the Reference...
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    Modeling User Experiences, APIs and Tools

    Hi, I'm Gareth Jones and I'm a developer in the architect team within the Visual Studio Team System group. I'm currently working on tooling and APIs for modeling. Previously within Microsoft, I've worked in a bunch of different roles, from building bespoke...
  • doncampbell's weblog

    Great Summary of SharePoint Portal Server v2 Workflow Options

    Daniel McPherson has an excellent post in his blog about Approval Routing and Workflow options for Windows SharePoint Services and SharePoint Portal Server.
  • Sushil's WebLog


    Inspired by my colleagues here, I have taken into blogging. I had wanted to do it for a long time now. With the beta release 2.0 version of the Microsoft .Net framework (code named 'Whidbey'), its a opportune moment to blog on some of the exciting features...
  • Lori Pearce's WebLog

    Those Visio Guys are at it again

    Not satisfied to just sit around and enjoy retirement, the Visio guys are at it again. Check out and see what they are up to now. I have it on good information that they are having some fun with .NET, Whidbey and especially ASP...
  • gilg's WebLog

    Working with Exchange white paper now available

    It's a PDF that talks about getting Entourage and Exchange working together. And also: Hello, I'm Gil Gordon, a Program Manager...
  • Feroze Daud's WebLog

    HttpWebRequest and PreAuthentication

    The topic of this post is PreAuthentication. HTTP Webservers support multiple authentication options. On Windows, IIS supports Basic, NTLM, Digest, Negotiate (a.k.a Integrated Windows Authentication). Of these, Basic & Kerberos support PreAuthentication...
  • simon.says

    Interoperability Architecture Section in July DDJ

    Ok, admit it... Who went to JavaOne this year? If you did, and you still have your bag of goodies to hand, take a look through to see if you have the July edition (Issue #362) of Dr Dobbs Journal. In the middle of the magazine is a pull-out poster...
  • Andy Pennell's Blog

    Developer Job Opening: Visual Studio Debugger

    We have a developer position open on the debugger team, you can read more about it at If you are interested in applying, please contact HR via the web site...
  • simon.says

    MSDN Web Cast this morning!

    Don't forget to join Mauro, John, Drew and I in this morning's Interoperability with Web Services Web Cast: MSDN Architecture Webcast: Interoperability and Integration using Web Services - An Industry Perspective - Level 200 July 12, 2004 - 11:00AM...
  • Angel Saenz-Badillos

    More setup information, straight from the source

    Florin Lazar was the person that first introduced me to System.Transactions, he has a great weblog here: That is full of information on how to set up your computer to use distributed transactions and really great...
  • Roberdan

    Microsoft Office Remove Hidden Data add-in version 1.1 is now available

    THX to: Michael Howard As some of you remember, the original Remove Hidden Data add-in was released in January for Microsoft Office System 2003 and Microsoft Office XP. It was designed to help users remove data that may be included in an Office document...
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