SharePoint, MOSS? and all the other questions
to the VisualStudio Team system
. This looks absolutely cool, would love to see the finished product.
OK, so recently I had to format my machine, yes it is still the HP D530 SFF, So I formatted it, and when the time came to set back up my newsreader, I was thinking that all I would have to do was import the OPML I had earlier exported. I think you can guess what I am doing right now (well not right now, but just a fewminutes before posting this). Yes I was going through 3000+ posting just ticking offthose ones that I have already read. So heres a thought to all you RSS Aggregator coders out there, ......
I will be at DevDays Sri Lanka tomorow.Good news there is one presentation on InfoPath, and I assume that it will cover SharePoint as well. Anyone out there who will also be there, send me a shout :D
This a vital bit of information for every WebPart developer.
AccessDeniedException <- wow didnt know about that one - :)
Good article Patrick, thanks
Here's some interesting news that happened to come my way. Lamborgini have gifted the Itallian police one of their Gallardo's. What I am kinda puzzled about is would the officer driving the car be bold enough to wreck it with a Pitt maneuver ......
Didnt know Microsoft had a dedicated section for SharePoint on Office online.
Check it out: http://office.microsoft.com/home/office.aspx?assetid=FX010909721033
Theres a lot of links to white papers, tools, etc.
Recently I noticed a neat fact about the Search Results WebPart; that is how it responded to a failure with the index database, and I think this is pretty cool - "Hats off to Microsoft, for thinking about this" Consider a situation when the SPS is unable to connect to its Search Indexes, like for instance due to a database corruption, or the configuration database account being invalid, then as a result of this severed connection the search shouldn’t work (obviously), or perhaps give horrendous error ......
Off of Slashdot -
Guardian article on as Sweedish stealth ship that runs on NT.
A side thought - "maybe Microsoft Marketting should speak to the Sweedish Naval Command and try to sell a couple Windows 2003 licenses."
Heres a goodchart
showing ASCII codes Once upon a time, a long long time ago - we used stufflike in our programs - :)
Came across this site
that provides meanings of common names.
MS Watch has an article
thatdepicts that the Tablet PC might have a shaky future.
I surely hope that the Tablet would live on (& like every other person amhoping that someone would be good enough to gift me one :p)
Here is something interesting.
It appears that Canadian law might be in coflict of certain areas of GPL.
Here is the link, if you havent scooped up this article already along the blogsphere.
An interesting read about the XPrize Cup.
I guess its something along the lines of " to boldly going where no family has gone before".
Planet halflife reports that GameSpy and Gamespot both have previews of a couple of HL2 levels prior to the whole E3 preview.<quote>At last, it seems some of the questions are finally being answered, as we had a chance to go hands-on with the game play through a few levels from the game. The good news: the levels we played look like they'll retain the spirit of the original, while at the same using Valve's new Source engine to good use </quote>Also in other news if you havent yet checked ......
Just as I thought, ATI isnt giving up so lightly. Heres a review of their contender - the Radeon X800. Not that I am a big Nvidia fan, but for all I know this just might be a really tweaked version of the 9800 just to buy ATI some time in order to blow away the competition. But looking at the performance specs, it looks like one whopping card ......
Will be going to one of our clients site over the week-end for a few weeks over the week-end. I'll be in the Boca Raton area, so if you know of anything SharePoint or .NET-wise is happening in the Florida area pls let me know.On a related but dissimilar track, the US embassy in Sri Lanka needs to provide better seating arrangement (i mean chairs) for its visa-applicants. After sitting on those chairs for a couple hours my back was being strained. And just think, at office I'm stuck in a chair (i.e. ......
Draft1-(wanted to post this before I forget I was writing this in the first place :) ) Over the past few days I've been playing around with WordML; and I think the possibilities for it from the point of view of an Intranet, are really exciting . Consider Ian Morrish's example of a WordML document being displayed on a WebPart page. With a few tweaks to the XSLT, you can limit the visible portions of the document to only that neccesary for public view. Stuff you would need to play around with this ......