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Posted by | March 1, 2004
Study: Very few bloggers on NET

Damn, I thought there were a lot of us out there, but I guess not. The CNN article quotes a source, saying only 2-7% of us adult web users maintain...

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Posted by | February 29, 2004
Happy Leap Year

In case you didn't catch Google's banner today ...

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Posted by | February 28, 2004
New .NET Security Exams

I was just emailed an invite to take the beta exams 71-330 and 71-340, Implementing Security for Applications with Visual Basic .NET and Visual C# .NET, respectively. Update: The exams do not...

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Posted by | February 27, 2004
Jupiter RTMs!

Heard through the back-channel that BizTalk Server 2004 RTM'd earlier this week, which is good considering that it launches next Tuesday in Mountain View, California! I wish I could be...

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Posted by | February 26, 2004
TEPMIS wins ComputerWorld honors

I've been meaning to post this for some time. Last year, the Windows DNA software project that I helped architect and design while I lived in Germany was recognized and won a...

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Posted by | February 26, 2004
Sun''s "Project Looking Glass"

Can anyone say Longhorn? It appears that Sun's Looking Glass project will run on Java, and support a 3d desktop and API. Sun will support Linux and Solaris, but not...

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Posted by | February 26, 2004
ActiveTraining.de

My Visual Basic author friend Peter Monadjemi has a Web site! He sent me the link the other day, and I've been meaning to post it. Peter has written nearly...

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Posted by | February 25, 2004
House of Borg

I had the privilege of seeing where Mr. Borg keeps his belongings. To say that he lives there would be going a bit far, as the man travels more than...

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Posted by | February 23, 2004
Exhaustive List of .NET Languages

From time to time, you'll hear me quote that the .NET Framework runs the 5 Microsoft Languages (C#, VB.NET, J#, C++, and JScript.NET) plus around 25-30 other, 3rd party languages. Well,...

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Posted by | February 20, 2004
Boise .NET User Group Meeting

Last night's meeting was the best yet. Cory makes a great president. We had 18 people, which is quite a large group for Boise. Could it be that everyone came to...

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