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Brents Law Of CMS ContentnbspManagement System URLs The More Expen

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BrentÂ’s Law of CMS (Content Management System) URLs: the more expensive the CMS, the crappier the URLs.

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Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant, father, diabetic, and Microsoft employee. He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author.

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In Total Microsofts Collection Of IE Browsers Constitutes 949 Percent Of The Market Source A Hrefhttpnewscom

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In total, Microsoft's collection of IE browsers constitutes 94.9 percent of the market
- Source: OneStat.com via News.com

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MMC Microsoft Management Console Is Not Directly Supported With The NET Version 1 FCL Bits It Seems That The Only Recours

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MMC (Microsoft Management Console) is not directly supported with the .NET version 1 FCL bits. It seems that the only recourse is COM Interop or staying in the unmanaged world exclusively. Here is some help to help bridge the gap from Jim Murphy of IronRing Software.

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New NET Compact Framework Discussion GroupF

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New .NET Compact Framework Discussion Group
From Jim Wilson's post to the DM Advanced .NET list via Jim Murphy's WebLog

Developmentor has created a new discussion group dedicated entirely to the .NET Compact Framework and Mobile Device Development. If you would like to subscribe, please visit http://discuss.develop.com/dotnet-cf.html.

We've also created a .NET Compact Framework resource site. The site provides a reference of supported .NET CF functionality, links to news, articles and events related to .NET CF and will soon offer an FAQ & Samples page. If you are interested please visit http://www.dotnetcf.com

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From Peter Drayton I Dont Generally Click Through Ads But This One Pi

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From Peter Drayton:

I don't generally click through ads, but this one piqued my interest: a free three hour trial of a hosted Visual Studio .NET, accessed via Terminal Services Client or the Remote Desktop Connection built into Windows XP. Obviously I already have VS.NET, but the hosted demo approach was interesting enough to make me try it just to see how well it worked. Verdict: a great low-touch/low-risk way to experience a complex piece of software.

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