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  • Rob Caron

    DSL Tools Prerelease Documentation

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    We just posted for download a new CHM help file containing the following prerelease documentation in support of DSL Tools. Overview of Domain-Specific Language Tools Describes the architectural model of the Domain-Specific Language Tools. Domain...
  • A Taste of Logic

    Digging Into Objects

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    One of our engineers asked me yesterday about getting the total size for objects in memory. The debugger is adept at doing such things, but you have to understand how object sizes are interpreted. Let me start by giving you some background on how I...
  • Rob Caron

    Web Test Authoring and Debugging Techniques

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    Be sure to read this new article on Web testing from somone in the know - Josh Christie , who is one of the developers who built the Web testing functionality for Team System. My whitepaper titled Web Test Authoring and Debugging Techniques is now...
  • Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information from Alfred Thompson

    Teachers and Christmas Break

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    Do you (if you are a teacher) assign projects over the winter holiday break? If you are not a teacher what do you think are the pros and cons of doing so? How about your own activities over the holiday? Other than catching up with grading (which I know...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Stuck for something to buy that gadget-a-holic..

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    This cool t-shirt allows you to route your headphones through it and also hold your device on your sleeve! www.muzikwear.com
  • Andy Simonds Blog

    New XPS Spec in time for Christmas - 0.8 live today

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    Yes, un-like the Xbox guys, we have the latest XPS spec available in time for Christmas with un-limitted quantities in stock. The 0.8 version of the XPS and Open Packaging Conventions spec is posted here . Info on what is new in the spec is up on the...
  • Kintan's

    Conducting effective Threat Modeling meetings

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    How to conduct threat modeling meetings effectively? Prepare: Make sure that the participants have had enough context about the feature/component. Have about 3 reviewers who are NOT part of the component/feature team, to get an outsider...
  • East Region Microsoft CRM Blog

    The Register....

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    This is Part Two of this post. Thanks to Jon Goodwin of ePartners for this link... The last sentence made me laugh... (REALLY Hard) http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/12/22/salesforce_outage/ The best article I’ve seen on the salesforce.com outage...
  • Tewfik Zeghmi

    C# 2.0 ?? Operator, sweet!

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    int? x = null; int y = x ?? -1; // equals: int y = (x != null ? x : -1); see MSDN
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Pro-am revolution

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    I met up with some interesting people last night in London. I did a quick straw poll and asked what percentage of the RSS feeds they subscribed to were generated by professional writers (by professional writers I meant news organizations, journalists...
  • Suresh's Weblog

    WinFX Runtime Components - Dec CTP

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    For those of who playing around with WinFX, the WinFX Runtime components December CTP is now live and available online. WinFX Runtime Components: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=BD3BA2D5-6ADB-4FB2-A3AA-E16A9EA5603F&displaylang...
  • Windows Core Networking

    Dual Stack Sockets on Windows Vista

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    One of the changes in Windows Vista is that the IPv4 and IPv6 stacks are integrated -- on older OSes they were completely separate stacks. One benefit of this tighter coupling is the ability to create dual-mode sockets. That is, an application can create...
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