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Resolving error creating smart device projects in Visual Studio 2005

I heard from a customer this week who uninstalled all beta versions of Visual Studio 2005 and then installed the final release.  After doing this, he saw an error when trying to create a Smartphone 2003 Smart Device project using Visual C#. ...

posted @ 3 hours, 59 minutes ago by astebner

Clicking "Send Error Report" really helps us make Team Foundation better

I wanted to write a post to let folks know how useful it is to us when you choose to send us your error reports with Windows Error Reporting (also known affectionately as Dr. Watson) and to encourage you to click "Send Error Report" when something goes...

posted @ 4 hours, 15 minutes ago by John Lawrence

Possible workaround for Media Center guide download error code 20

Our development team has found a possible root cause and workaround for error code 20 that may appear when trying to download television guide data in Media Center 2005.  The guide download error code article I previously published describes error...

posted @ 4 hours, 59 minutes ago by astebner

New Security Website for Developers

Well I have hinted recently that I have been involved in something BIG at Microsoft. Right enough teasing…I am pleased to announce a new Developer focused Security website. Go check it out at the following link: http://www.microsoft.com/uk/msdn/security/default.mspx...

posted @ -41 minute ago by Paul Maher

Transparency in Recruiting should be institutionalized.

Jenna Adorno from Microsoft JobsBlog quoted one of my comments on her post yesterday titled Transparency and agreed on my call for Transparency in Recruiting. That was a comment I wrote in response to her post asking candidates how long do they...

posted @ 5 hours, 19 minutes ago by Pradeep U.N.

Error Message indicating the need to install NETCF 1.0

If you are seeing the following error message "This project requires .NET compact Framework v1.0, which is not installed on this machine" and in the Add-Remove Program you see an entry for .NET compact Framework v1.0 there, the likely cause is you have...

posted @ 5 hours, 20 minutes ago by vsdteam

Rights Management Online Demo

pls have a look here  ...

posted @ -18 minute ago by Roberdan

New category - Reporting

I have just created a new category called reporting. Here I will discuess the possibilities in reporting in conjunction with Reporting Services. There are several ways to use this tool to do reports on top of Navision and will try to cover most of them...

posted @ 0 minute ago by clausba

Top reporting pains - request for feedback

Here is a way to provide me some direct feedback with regards to the current reporting solution in Navision. What are you top pains in the current reporting solution and what is the best with regards to the current reporting solution. Leave feedback in...

posted @ 0 minute ago by clausba

Windows Mobile Application Execution Security Policies

There's a good description of the trust levels in Windows CE at this MSDN page, so for this post I'll discuss how the security policies in Windows Mobile 2005 affect what trust level an application will get. Privileged Applications policy (or two-tier...

posted @ 6 hours, 22 minutes ago by Scott Yost

Managed Code and SQL Server 2005

The hosting of the .NET Framework within SQL Server 2005 allows the development of managed code within the database. This becomes an important addition to TSQL as a way to extend SQL Server. It is important to remember that the ability to write managed...

posted @ 3 hours, 25 minutes ago by trobbins

Change Debugger behavior with Attributes

Certain metadata attributes modify the stepping, breakpoint, and callstack behavior of the VS managed Debugger.  This is useful if you are creating an interpreter, language runtime, or a tool that modifies the code in a managed assembly. ...

posted @ 6 hours, 28 minutes ago by SteveJS

Centralized Holistic Management of your entire SharePoint Environment

Universal SharePoint Manager - HOT!USPM is rapidly being adopted as the ultimate management suite for SharePoint Environments. Its four key management focus areas: Portal Management, Sites Management, User Management, and Content Management, along with...

posted @ -25 minute ago by Roberdan

"Concurrent" users

Very frequently I get requests asking "how many concurrent users does Team Foundation Server support"?   I really don't like this question.  What is a "concurrent user"?  In a stateless request/response web based application, there...

posted @ 4 hours, 12 minutes ago by bharry

VS6 MSSCCI Provider for TFS

I'm pleased to announce that a pre-release version of a MSSCCI provider for Team Foundation Server will be available shortly.  This provider will allow the version control functionality of TFS to be accessed from within VS6 (and many other IDEs). ...

posted @ 4 hours, 40 minutes ago by bharry

Simulating GPS data on the DeviceEmulator or a Windows Mobile 5.0 device

This MSDN article,  http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/mobilesdk5/html/wce51conGPSIntermediateDriverFileRegistrySettings.asp, lists the registry settings that redirect the GPS intermediate driver so it reads NMEA strings...

posted @ 8 hours, 6 minutes ago by Barry Bond

Perspectives for Success at Microsoft.

Yesterday - Glenn Pereira, my boss started our team meeting - with a cliched question - "So why do you come to work everyday..." This brought forth very cliched responses of "challenges" etc etc.... and some funnies like "My car is not yet paid off...."...

posted @ 8 hours, 16 minutes ago by Pradeep U.N.

MSDTC RPC COMMUNICATION

(1)MSDTC is RPC application, so if you are running transaction between two machines, MSDTC will use RPC protocol to communicate with remote machine RPC is heart of all Microsoft Distributed application (not in web service world),MSDTC,COM,COM+ will use...

posted @ 8 hours, 36 minutes ago by Madhu

Microsoft MonteCarlo Nite this Monday - for WWESS!

After a hyper-successful ping pong tournament last month for Halloween - guess what it's in store this monday? Its the MonteCarlo Nite. Oh what fun! The Initial Idea (No I do not smoke anything) was to have the following: (Yes we do talk in bulletpoints...

posted @ 8 hours, 40 minutes ago by Pradeep U.N.

IEEE Standard 754 for Floating Point Numbers

This article specifies how single precision (32 bit) and double precision (64 bit) floating point numbers are to be represented as per IEEE Standard 754.   Floating point Representation:   Floating-point representation represents real numbers...

posted @ 1 hour, 16 minutes ago by Prem Kumar

Missed Microsoft on The Apprentice? Watch rerun Tuesday!

Thanx to a really terrible work fortnight - I missed Microsoft on the Apprentice yesterday. My fellow colleague Stephen Bowie told about how Seattle PI wrote a lot about how we approached the show - from a classic marketing aspect for making the most...

posted @ 10 hours, 57 minutes ago by Pradeep U.N.

7 reasons 2006 will be a big year for HTML

Danny Ayers: 7 reasons 2006 will be a big year for HTML, in reference to this. Danny, very good. ;-) Have updated the 2006 predictions post accordingly....

posted @ 11 hours, 30 minutes ago by alexbarn

VC++ 2005 Channel9 Series

The VC++ Team is considering a series of Channel9 videos focused on the new technologies offered by VC2005. Examples of technologies that we are considering:  C++/CLI, PGO, IDE new features, Secure CRT and many others. I am trying to...

posted @ 12 hours, 49 minutes ago by Ayman Shoukry

OPML 中文

OPML in Chinese, or OPML 中文. Via my del.icio.us inbox. Tags: OPML...

posted @ 13 hours, 21 minutes ago by alexbarn

Great new WM_IN show on Channel 9 (Women in Technology)

There is a new series featured in the “Shows” area on Channel 9 that is of particular interest to me called WM_IN (women in technology). This new series features women at Microsoft who work in development, marketing, research, and evangelism who have...

posted @ 13 hours, 26 minutes ago by Kari Martin


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