Sometimes the answer to a common problem is very easy once you know where to look. In this week's installment of the ".NET Tips & Techniques" column, learn how the Globalization classes can make validating any date format a snap.
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Learn you can use Microsoft Virtual PC 2004 and Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 to reduce complexities and costs from your development and test cycles. This article shows how you can run multiple virtual machines on your physical machine, whether on your desktop or on your server.
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