Category Archives: Tutorials

AJAX, XAML patented?

I watched the flash work of Balthaser years ago (if it’s the same bunch). Apparently there is a new reason to look at these guys now. A patent has been granted to a relatively unknown California Web-design firm for an … Continue reading

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Amanda Murphy appointed Vice President of INETA Community Activities

Congrats to Amanda I have known about this for quite awhile but was unsure on if I was allowed to post it yet but obviously I can now. Amanda Murphy was appointed Vice President of INETA Community Activities. Amanda puts … Continue reading

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Microsoft Antispyware -vrs- The Rest

One thing is certain, we live in a world filled with spam and people with entirely to much time on their hands that wish to create malicious code simply for the sake of doing so. In such a world we … Continue reading

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24 years since the Ocean Ranger

It has been 24 years since the disaster of the Ocean Ranger. This probably means little to anyone not from Newfoundland but if you are in the market for a 5 minute history lesson follow the link. If you would … Continue reading

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Keeping yourself safe

Something that we all do on a daily basis is use ctrl-c to copy information, it could be a joke but it could also be a credit card number, or an excerpt from a confidential document. In the even that … Continue reading

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Microsoft aquires Folder Share (Web 2.0?)

With all the hype about “Web 2.0″ some visions are getting clearer on how things will come togehter. Read the “Microsoft aquires Folder Share” press release here: Microsoft today announced it has acquired FolderShare(TM), a leading service in the emerging … Continue reading

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Dear Internet

Dear Internet, Please stop using the word AJAX, you are driving me crazy! If you just can’t contain yourself from spurting buzzwords at least acknowledge the fact that it’s not the new concept that it’s being played off as. AJAX … Continue reading

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Microsoft 2005 Launch Tour, 200 Cities in 90 Countries

For you early adopters and those currently tinkering with Visual Studio and SQL Server 2005 the launch tour has been announced. The people behind the products will be in 200 cities in 90 countries. Check the Microsoft SQL Server, Visual … Continue reading

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What makes a successful name?

Anyone that has anything to do with marketing, product management or is just a little curious about what makes a good name for a product, blog, company, insert_random_item_here should read this. A little tidbit from Seth Godin A long time … Continue reading

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Compiled Help and Shared Folders

One small part in the ongoing development of our SharePoint Web Parts is documentation to go along with them to ease the pains of installation and usage. One format we’re shipping our help files in is compiled help (.CHM). When … Continue reading

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