• RemLog

    Introduction/Bio, the really long and boring version

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    Hello my name is Dave Remy (call me Remy or Rem if you want). I am a Lead Program Manager on Core XML Technologies at Microsoft (a part of the Webdata XML team ). Currently I am focusing on XML Schema support as well participating on several other of...
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    XML Attributes and XML Schema

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    Recently I was researching an issue submitted by Daniel Cazzulino to the XML team about a problem that he ran into using XInclude and XML Schema together . As you probably know you can use XInclude in XML instances to bring XML into a document from different...
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    Anders unveils LINQ! (and XLinq)

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    In Jim Allchin's keynote At PDC2005 today Anders Hejlsberg showed the LINQ project for the first time. LINQ stands for Language Integrated Query. The big idea behind LINQ is to provide a consistent query experience across different "LINQ enabled" data...
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    The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis. Does program language “centricity” limit you?

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    I recently came over from the Java world to work at Microsoft as a program manager on the XML team at Microsoft . From my experience with BEA (and prior) I was a “java centric” developer. I had academic exposure to C++ and some practical exposure to VB...
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    Meeting Mike Vincent

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    (This a cross-post from remlog.net: http://blog.remlog.net/?p=33 ) Yesterday, I had the pleasure of meeting Mike Vincent , who is on the Board of Directors of INETA (International .NET Association) which works to coordinate a huge community of .NET user...
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    Logicalis and Washington Dep of Licensing visits XML Team

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    It was great to have Logicalis up to Building 35 Friday (1/21/05) to talk to the XML team about the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System Project that they have been working in conjunction with the Washington State Department of Licensing. Thanks...
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    Changing status, moving forward

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    A quick note about what I am up to these days. Lots of folks have been asking me if I am going to ever blog again - for good reason considering the timing of my blogs so far, but, yes, I plan to get started again. My friend and guy in the office next...
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    Back To Microsoft

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    I am back at Microsoft! In October of 2007 I left my developer role on the XML Team and headed out to a local Redmond consulting firm and then to an Internet startup uboost based in Honolulu. I recently came back to be Lead Program Manager on the Visual...
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    Sapir-Whorf Revisited

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    This is a cross post from my blog ( http://blog.remlog.net ) here: http://blog.remlog.net/?p=5 A friend from Microsoft reminded me of a post I did on my MSDN blog when I was previously at Microsoft on the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis (roughly, the hypothesis...
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    Lunch with a Dynamics Languages Braintrust

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    One of the biggest privileges I have is the quality of people I get to hang out with here at Microsoft. Within the Visual Studio Languages GO team and the DLR team there is a loyal group of us (actually I am a noobie) who walk down from Redmond campus...
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    PDC prez: The .NET Language Integrated Query Framework with XML Data

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    I will be doing a presentation at PDC this year on Using the .NET Language Integrated Query Framework with XML Data. The presentation is on Friday (8/16) at 10:30. Hope to see you there! Here is the abstract: One of the key challenges to working...
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    Non-Recursive Post Order Depth First Traversal in C#

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    I was looking around for a non-recursive post-order traversal algorithm and it turned out to be more complex than I thought which surprised me. I mean a recursive post order depth first traversal is so simple. static void recursivePostOrder(Node node...
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    XNames and Expanded Names

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    At my XLinq PDC2005 talk and in the XLinq Overview Document one of the differences I mentioned between XLinq and DOM is the treatment of XML Names in XLinq. XLinq's abstraction for XML Names is a class called XName which is the only way an XML Name shows...
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