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Monthly Archives: August 2003

New web services to provide integration with Microsoft.com

Sam Gentile shares news about Microsoft’s new web service offerings[1] and SDK’s to use for integration. It looks like we’ll be able to integrate and query Microsoft’s vast repositories of information at some point, but for now we’re limited to … Continue reading 

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“TheServerSide homepage redone in ASP.NET in Borland Janeva Demo”

“The Middleware Company is working on an Interoperability Case Study designed to demonstrate seamless interoperability between the .NET Framework and the J2EE platform. As part of the casestudy, a live ASP.NET copy of TheServerSide’s (TSS) homepage was created that talks … Continue reading 

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DataSet data column expressions

Q: I have a dataset of users. How do I combine these fields to get the full name in order to bind it to a dropdownlist? DataSets are a very powerful container for data in .NET. One of the many … Continue reading 

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Early Adopter reports from the field

Software Development Times has an article entitled “.NET’s 18,000-Mile Checkup“ [1] which surveys a variety of early adopters of .NET technologies about their experiences with the platform. The article highlights the four key themes that have emerged: First, in .NET, developers … Continue reading 

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RE: Oh Business Value, where art thou?

The business value in having your employees blog is that the more they participate in the development community, the more likely you as an employer will reap the benefits from it. Specifically, if your developers are actively participating in the … Continue reading 

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The future of Microsoft Visual SourceSafe

Korby Parnell of Microsoft comments on the future “roadmap” of Visual SourceSafe. I for one am definitely looking forward to what this future will bring to the development community. Many smaller IT shops make regular use of SourceSafe but find … Continue reading 

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