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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    We'll be making movies at TechEd Australia

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    My team is going to be running around with a DV Camera filming behind the scenes of TechEd Australia . The result of this will be posted to the Channel9 . So for those of you who will be attending TechEd , we'll be looking for you!! For those of...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Segway Polo...

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    A picture is worth a thousand words... nuff said... (click the picture to get the link to the article on Engadget). - Mike
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Tissot SPOT Watch (has a touch screen!)

    • 16 Comments
    Found this on engadget - this is the Tissot SPOT watch I was trying to find earlier. The Tissot High T Touch Screen watch is likely the most advanced watch you can get, not only does it have a touch screen— but like all SPOT watches, it receives personalized...
  • I Love that New Syntax Smell

    Properties Part 1 - the updated property syntax

    • 4 Comments
    What are properties? Technically, properties are CLR "aliases." They are exposed as standard methods, and any compiler that consumes them simply transforms the user's code into the proper function calls. Similarly, any compiler that wants to author...
  • Brad Abrams

    System.Uri and MarshalByRefObject

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    As you might have noticed, in V1.0 and V1.1 System.Uri is MarshalByRef … Some of you noticed this and thought it was odd, as did I because MarshalByRef is suppose t o be only for types that encapsulate external resources that need to be shared across...
  • RichCook's WebLog

    Mountain Climbing

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    I have always liked difficult hikes, but recently I have started mountain climbing. This is something that is really enjoyable, yet so hard. About 2 weeks ago, I climbed Mt Adams which is about 12,300 feet. This was one of the most strenuous things that...
  • Angel Saenz-Badillos

    Setting the IsolationLevel using the System.Transactions TransactionScope.

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    Traditionally distributed transactions have always run in Serializable isolation level, the safest but most expensive transaction isolation level where everything that we look at is locked from the moment we modify something and until the distributed...
  • Chris Hays's Reporting Services Sleazy Hacks Weblog

    "All" Parameter Value

    Question: How can I enable users to select "All" as the value of a query parameter? Answer: The simplest way is to modify your query to accept nulls and map "All" to null. Step 1: Start with a report that already has a parameterized query and Valid...
  • Dr. eX's Blog

    Visual Studio 2005 - Extensibility Test Specifications

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    Test Specification for VS Extensibility Have you ever wondered what we test on VSIP & Extensibility features in the VS QA team when we release Community Tech Previews? We run a small number of automated tests on most of our features against...
  • Chris Hays's Reporting Services Sleazy Hacks Weblog

    SelectAll.rdl

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <Report xmlns=" http://schemas.microsoft.com/sqlserver/reporting/2003/10/reportdefinition " xmlns:rd=" http://schemas.microsoft.com/SQLServer/reporting/reportdesigner "> <RightMargin>1in</RightMargin>...
  • Santomania

    Blogwave Alpha 2 - features

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    The response to the initial release of BlogWave was better than I expected - 1500 blog views and several hundred downloads in just a few days. Thanks to everyone who took the time to post or email me about it! The improvements in the next release ...
  • Roberdan

    Office 2003 SP 1 Released

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    Microsoft has today released Service Pack 1 for Office 2003. You can download the service pack through Office Update. The main fixes are made in the following areas: Calendar logging in Outlook Access Wizard file updates are built into the main...
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