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Communications Sector Resources

This post is kind of for my own benefit, but thought others might find it interesting as well.  Here are just a few of the resources that would be of interest to someone in the Communications Sector.… Read more

Translate Spanish to English… In Microsoft Word?

Today was the first time I realized there is a translation service in Microsoft Office Word 2003.  And now I realize that the Research Pane is what makes Office 2003 (especially with SharePoint) so very cool. I was cleaning out old posts from SharpReader today, mostly from newly added URLs.  I saw this post from Mauricio… Read more

Free SharePoint and BizTalk Training in Atlanta on 10/28/2004

Just got this in my inbox. Come to one of the upcoming workshops at the Atlanta Microsoft Office to hear RDA present on SharePoint 2003 on Oct 28 at 9:00 am and BizTalk 2004 on Oct 28 at 1:00 pm. Workshop Details: Date:                   Thursday, October 28, 2004 Time:                   9:00 am (SharePoint 2003) and 1:00 pm (BizTalk 2004)… Read more

Changes in System.Xml in Beta 2

If you currently have code that uses XSLT and you are anticipating a move to Whidbey, be advised that the XslTransform class is obsoleted, replaced by XsltCommand.  The XsltArgumentList class will continue to live for passing parameters to XSLT stylesheets. Note also that the .NET Framework 2.0 will not ship with an XQuery implementation.  There will… Read more

VSTS: The error code is 26403

If you have experienced an error installing Team Foundation Server, receiving an error containing the code 26403, see this post for a suggested resolution.… Read more

Dan Wahlin is blogging!

I pull up the main page on this morning, and I see a post by Dan Wahlin.  It’s about time you started blogging (4 posts and counting!), Dan, since my mentioning Dan’s lack of RSS back in May of 2003…. Read more

Atlanta User Groups

I am amazed at how some of the guys from the Atlanta C# and Atlanta .NET User Groups always seem to talk about various events going on around ATL, mostly in free user groups.  Here are a list of the Atlanta User Groups that I know about.  If you know of more, please let me… Read more