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Microsoft has introduced a new educational platform which provides rich and interactive learning material for educators. Built upon the Microsoft .NET Framework, the Semblio platform will enable developers to reach new audiences and help create new business opportunities and revenue streams.

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Ever had a problem finding a SDK of a particular Microsoft product? Well now you don’t need to look for it any further as Microsoft over at their MSDN portal has put together a page, which links to SDKs( Software Development Kits) with documentation and sample codes for all the products released from Microsoft.

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How to use Macros in Word 2007

By | December 18th, 2008

A Macro is a series of commands which is recorded and stored as a single task so that it can be reused when required. When writing documents, there are certain tasks which are repetitive in nature such as author’s contact info etcetera, using a macro for such tasks can save you time.

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In this tutorial, I am going to talk about the creation of TCP/IP socket and use of this connection between applications. The client-server architecture can be local or distributed over the network.

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Adding an option for converting text to speech in an application can come in handy in a variety of different situations. So today in this short but useful tutorial, I’ll teach you how to build a text-to-speech sample using Microsoft Speech API (SAPI) with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).

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Microsoft in partnership with Total Training – the leading online and DVD-based training content provider for software programs have released a complete set of getting started training videos to guide the starters through the learning of the entire Expression Suite.

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Applying permissions on folders/directories in Windows is one of the things developers want to control with their applications. Today we are going to look at how can we create such an application in C# which can define any kind of permission to any user account in Windows environment.

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Microsoft Press has a free e-book offer up for grabs. The long awaited Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 by Peter DeBetta, Greg Low and Mark Whitehorn has finally been released and you can get it your free copy(e-book) from Microsoft Press.

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In Part 1, we learned how to use Resource Dictionary (WPF) in order to apply styles to UI element dynamically. Resource Dictionary uses XAML code which still is an unknown territory for most developers. So why not use only C# to create such animations? In this Part of the series we are going to learn how to create animations by using C# code.

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This article demonstrates how to create animations by using pure XAML with a code behind C# file instead of using tools like Expression Blend.

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Sending emails notifications from a contact or a feedback page of a website has become a standard feature of most sites around the web.
Today, I am going to show you how to create an ASP.NET Silverlight application which sends email. The main objective of this tutorial is to achieve this goal using a ASP.NET web […]

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One of my friend asked me whether is it possible in SQL Server 2005/2008 to know how a query is executing, and what time and hits are required by a particular query for execution? These calculations are of so much importance when it comes to real time applications, like in a solution in which too […]

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