July, 2005

  • Brad McCabe's WebLog

    Lots and Lots of Code Samples

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    We have been busy publishing and posting code samples for Visual Basic 2005 the last week or so. For starters (sorry, no pun intended) there are two new start kits . The first is a Shareware Starter Kit. T he Shareware Starter Kit is a sample application...
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    Visual Basic Sessions at PDC

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    If you have not seen the sessions for PDC have been posted for a little bit of time. While there are various VB sessions at this years PDC it seems that Paul Vick’s VB session (Future Directions in Language Innovation from Paul Vick) is falling a bit...
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    Windows Vista Developer Center and BETA 1 Bits are Live

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    You can visit the new Windows Vista (formally Longhorn) Developer Center and check out some cool new content and a nice user interface. In addition MSDN subscribers can download the BETA 1 bits for Windows Vista. While not a feature complete BETA the...
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    Developer Division Executive Blogs

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    Not everyone is aware that a large number of Microsoft Executives and leaders have blogs of their own. Check out the listing of Developer Division Leaders and their blogs on the Visual Studio Dev Center . Now you can read about the latest information...
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    PDC Early Bird Registration Ending Soon

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    If you have not already signed up for PDC time is running out for the Early Bird discount. Check out the session summaries and register before the end of the month.
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    Windows Vista

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    So if you have not heard, Windows Longhorn is now offically named. It will be Windows Vista . In additon BETA 1, targeted at developers and IT Pros would be available by August 3rd, with a final ship date in 2006. I think in the final version there...
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    IdeaBlade and Free Version

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    I spent some time on the phone yesterday with Robert Otto of IdeaBlade. IdeaBlade is a “developer productivity suite for data-intensive client/server applications “. They have made a free version available to MSDN readers at http://www.ideablade.com...
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