Take a look at this Patient Journey Demonstrator, to discover features of Microsoft Silverlight. (Very impressive)
The MS Health Care site contains also Guidance and overview of Silverlight controls.
After some hours studying on 070-536, I had a short break. In this break, I discovered some new podcast sites that contain usefull information:
Hope you enjoy listening..
Last week I was investigating a problem on a webserver. During the travel, I found some interesting links on the internet related to IIS 6.0.
To get an overview of IIS 6.0 I suggest the Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 Technical Library on Technet.
Also the IIS 6.0 Resource Kit is very usefull, containing the LogParser which is handy when analysing IIS logfiles.
Here is an example of the usage of LogParser:
List all occurences of a specified URL in the iislogfile:
"C:\Program Files\IIS Resources\Log Parser\LogParser.exe" "select date,time,cs-uri-stem,c-ip from c:\ex*.log where cs-uri-stem='/yourdomain/myfile.aspx'"
Other nice links:
Today I bumped into some interesting VPC images on the net:
In Internet Explorer 7 you can set Search Providers. I do use the Google Search provider. When the Search Provider is set, you can enter your search criteria in the Instant Search box and press ENTER. By default the UK Google is used for this.
As a Dutch, I however prefer the Dutch Google. I found that this can be done by editing the registry. Just search the registry key: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\SearchScopes
Here you find the entries for the currently available Search Providers in your Internet Explorer 7.0. Now look into the subkey containing the Search Provider with the DisplayName "Google" and adapt the URL to your preferred Google setting. In my case:
Now you can use the custom Search Provider in Internet Explorer 7.0
Last week I got in touch with TFS. Below are some good links:
Tools for TFS 2005
TF Power Tools:
And some commandline:
tf status /server:<server> /user:*tf status /server:<server> /workspace:*
tfpt query "<projectname>\All Work Items" /server:<servername>