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Inside MSDN: Building the MSDN Aggregation System

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Have you visited msdn2. microsoft. com? It's the new online face of the MSDN® Developer Tools and Enterprise Server documentation. The infrastructure behind it includes a system developed by my team at Microsoft for aggregating information related to our content.

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