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    Impact of moving MSBuild out of the .NET redist

    Currently there is a proposal on the table to move MSBuild out of the .NET redistributable and ship it instead as part of a lightweight developer tools redist (subset of the .NET SDK). This would mean that your dependency on MSBuild has the requirement...
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    re: MSBuild Team Posts Status Publicly

    Yesterday Josh blogged about the MSBuild status which I posted earlier this week. His blog entry generated an interesting conversation which I felt I should comment on (hence this blog entry). The basic pushback was: Status of internal projects...
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    TechEd Europe here we come!!! T minus 10 days

    I can't wait... are you packed yet? For those that are going to be there, there will be cool MSBuild activities for you. The roster includes two Hands on Labs and one breakout session. They are: DEV356 Visual Studio 2005 : Managing the Enterprise Build...
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    001 - MSBuild status

    Status... status and more status. This is something new I'm trying, and I'd love to hear your feedback on the process. As most people at Microsoft (heck probably anywhere), I have to send weekly status internally to my peers, the big cahunas and other...
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    TechEd 2004 trip report: We went... we saw... we conquered

    Just kidding about the conquered part… but I figured this would get the blog read :-p. Internally within Microsoft we usually send out these trip reports after we go to conferences (as I’m sure do most other corporations). Instead of writing...
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    What I plan to blog about

    I want to take a bit of time up front to set expectations of what I plan on posting in the future. I wanted to give a short explanation about the different categories I created. Ultimately this blog is for *you* . In that spirit I would love to...
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    The Disclaimer

    These postings are provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. The content of this site are my own personal opinions and do not represent my employer's view in anyway. In addition, my thoughts and opinions often change, and as a weblog...
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    And so it begins!

    Welcome everyone! Thank you so very much for taking time out of your busy schedules and gracing me with your presence! I’m honored, I truly am. I’m having flash backs to my senior year in high school when I walked into a new school, in a new country,...
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