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If you've ever done testing for organizations before or been on the other side of testing (having to solve issues found), you can appreciate the value of full disclosure of information.

This is a really good description that any QA department, tester, etc. should understand:


Being able to completely reproduce bugs is essential to their resolution…I can't tell you the number of times I've received an email, support call, etc. with the "we're having problems, the third step of the form doesn't work" -- yeah, that doesn't give me a lot to go on…

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i won't re-list what thom has already done, but check out the details:


and then download here: http://shrinkster.com/6my

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get it here:


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if you aren't aware of channel9, you might want to take a look every once in a while.  they do some pretty cool interviews with various people behind the walls at MS -- as well as industry events and key people.

most recently, the c9 group was able to grap about 10 minutes with steve ballmer...someone who i admire for his enthusiasm and committment to software developers.

take a look here: channel 9 speaks to ms ceo

note: is it me or did scoble misread what ballmer said? ballmer said “the future is so bright we need shades” and to which scoble replied something to the effect of “yeah, i wore jeans right into the ceo's office” -- i think he heard “shades” as “jeans” -- kudos to ballmer for not correcting him on the spot ;-) -- but i got a little chuckle out of it!

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Interested in writing your own providers for ASP.NET 2.0? Need some guidance and sample code?

Check out: Access Providers 

These are the Access providers that were pulled from the "official" release, but are being distributed above.