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  • Glen's old blog

    Attention DevHeads near Wilmington, NC - interested in a user group?

    I recently got an email from someone in Wilmington, NC who asks: I live in Wilmington, NC and was wondering if there were any plans for a user group here - even just a few people. I only know one other person here who codes and it is not with MS products...
  • ARC Thoughts

    Retail Industry Standards!

    I wanted to highlight the importance of standards today. Industry standards are extremely important in many ways and importantly in providing better customer experience. Imagine what would have happened if every screw had a different head, we would have...
  • We > Me: Joe Morel's Blog

    Why the Developer Solutions Team is a Great Place to Work

    A while back, Josh asked for his blog readers' opinions on why somebody should want to join the Developer Solutions team that he leads. He's already received a great response from an outside reader , but I thought it might add something to hear a testimonial...
  • Rick James

    What is tracing?

    There are many tracing technologies out there. Here is an attempt to put all Vista web relevant tracing technologies on a diagram. ...
  • Visual Studio news

    Service Pack pour Visual Studio

    Suite à de nombreuses demandes, je partage cette info sur les dates de sortie des Services pack pour Visual Studio Visual Studio 2003 SP1: prévu pour Juin 06 Visual Studio 2005 SP1 : prévu pour Sept 06 Le but de ces services pack est de garder...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    More DECLARE DLL performance discussion

    In this post DECLARE DLL performance questions I asked whether using the WIN32API keyword or the particular DLL file name would be faster. It turns out that Win32API is much faster, and Martin Jindra, Timo, and Fabio Lunardon answered correctly that with...
  • Glen's old blog

    My upcoming May webcasts

    I've got two brand-new webcasts I'll be presenting in May. Please join me! Exploring the System.Net Namespace in the .NET Framework 2.0 Tuesday, May 02, 2006 12:00-1:00 (Eastern) The Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 enables you to write connected applications...
  • James Manning's blog

    Monad (PowerShell) functions for simple monitoring of current TFVC server requests

    This isn't exposed via our object model, but we have a couple of web methods exposed via VersionControl/v1.0/Administration.asmx that give you the current requests, optionally with the details of the request (QueryServerRequests, QueryServerRequestsWithDetails...
  • -[ Danny Chen ]-

    A style that will make the entire cell "clickable" in a Menu

    Here's a quick tip for the Menu control. I'm pretty sure there were some good reasons why this wasn't the default but I just can't think of them at the moment. [EDIT: I just remembered one of them, this won't work perfectly with ItemSpacing...] If...
  • Steve Clayton

    IE7 beta 2 arrives

    if you’ve not looked at IE7 now is the time – beta 2 has just landed and it’s chock full of cool stuff. Tabbed browsing, integrated search, security enhancements and integrated RSS reader/blog reader. Hopefully this will help bring blogging...
  • Under The Hood - Matt Pietrek

    X64 Article Questions & Clarifications

    Finally, a response to some comments and questions about my x64 article . Registry Fun Noah Harrison thinks I got it backwards when I said: "As you'd expect, the OS provides an escape hatch for 32-bit applications to read the actual 64-bit registry...
  • Jason Sacks's Windows SDK blog

    Windows SDK: Moving Up and out of Beta 2

    Our Test manager Brian has a nice post up on the team blog that discusses our release process in some detail. It's definitely a timely post as this team moves towards our ZBB for Beta 2 this week and as we prep for our release cycle and what I call post...
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