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Want to understand the magnitude of the Vista platform?Want to watch really cool demos of many Vista technologies?I really, really (did I say really?) recommend watching the keynote from the PDC. It's a 3:30 web cast featuring great information to Windows Vista and Office 12 technologies. You will learn about key technologies as Atlas, InfoCards, WCF, WPF, WPF/E, Peer to Peer and much more.If you have the time, try watch it all, but if you are really short on time I tried to mark a few important ...
Sorry no blogging from the first day here. I was too busy most of the day and too tired when I got back to my room. However, I do have some thoughts. First thought, LINQ. Language Integrated Natural Query (I think that’s what it stands for) is cool. You’ll be able to integrate your queries directly into your code. Hmmm…but will our SP guys like that? Perhaps you’ll be able to use the queries on resultsets from SP’s? I’ll have to find out ...
Highlights Vista gets more of it's bits! Vista now has more 3D experience + the sidebar is back WPF & WCF now looking mature - Microoft Max is a great GUI experience - www.Microsoft.com/MAX LINQ - see here http://www.microsoft.com/pr... Office 12 looks stunning plus has real features - check out storin Power Points slide by slide on WSS then composing a new presentation from those slides - also if the 'master' is changed so is the developed presentation. ...
In this open letter from an auto theft investigator from Charlotte Meck, Police he explains some of the implications of auto theft. He states that most of the time, the crime is committed by inexperienced juveniles. Auto theft is often a “stepping stone” to other crimes. Successfully stealing a car emboldens delinquents to other crimes. Having a car stolen is not something that anyone would look forward to. As the open letter points out, even if you get your car back, it may not be the ...
I've seen some really bad SQL in my day. Hell, I've even written some in my earlier days. But I've NEVER seen anything like this. Over on the Daily WTF there are plenty of examples of bad code. Most of them just make you shake your head and say What the F**k? I've never been moved to share them with others but this one just crys out for it. The person submitting this particular WTF relates that they are not licenced to modify the source (it's in SQL) or the ASP code and asks for suggestions. I would ...