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  • XAML Chick

    WinFX is now .Net 3.0? a new Framework? huh?

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    WinFX is now .Net 3.0? a new Framework? huh? Man! go on vacation for a couple of days and the whole world changes. Ever notice things are moving along just fine and then one day you take a couple of days off (literally), and you come back open your...
  • CarlosAg Blog

    See you at TechEd

    See you at TechEd 2006...
  • Kevin Ransom

    Automatic port number generation

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    It has been an age since I updated this, the reason is quite simple - My team has been working hard to get Peer Channel ready to ship. One of my favourite of the features we have added recently is now available in the latest CTP ( download here ) is...
  • Tom Hollander's blog

    MSDN Magazine article on building your own application block

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    The July 2006 edition of MSDN Magazine arrived in my mailbox today, and it contains a great article called Speed Development With Custom Application Blocks For Enterprise Library written by Mark Seeman . In this day of digital everything, it's nice to...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    MSDN Wiki

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    You've probably already read about the MSDN Wiki Beta on Soma's blog . You can now add information to MSDN content for Visual and the .NET SDK. I think this is great, and I hope it expands to the rest of MSDN. Some of the things that I particularly like...
  • David Boschmans Weblog

    Ready for TechEd US 2006

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    After a twelve hour journey - from Brussels over London - I arrived in Boston where I will be attending TechEd US this week. If you couldn't make it to Boston you can still tune in to: Tech·Ed 2006 Keynote VirtualTechEd.com View Webcasts of...
  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    Dammit Jim! Wherez my wallet?

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    Remember the mainframe concept of consolidation? Where all the CPU power, rules , data are all in one central server - and if that crashes all hell breaks loose? Well the way I maintain my wallet is not too dissimilar to that. All credit cards, cash,...
  • Brad Abrams

    Toward .NET Framework 3.0...

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    Wow – I am really happy about all the feedback we have received on Soma’s blog about the name change from WinFX to .NET Framework 3.0! I feel very lucky to work on a product that people care so passionately about. As you might guess, this decision...
  • Saveen Reddy's blog

    10 Years of Python for me

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    It’s been 10 years since I started working with python ( www.python.org ). A brief anecdote I started as a spirited fan of Perl. As a graduate student in Vanderbilt University, I was writing admin scripts for Linux boxes, experimenting with CGI...
  • Tom Schultz's Blog

    DirectX SDK (June 2006) Available for download

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    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=1FD20DF1-DEC6-47D0-8BEF-10E266DFDAB8&displaylang=en
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    WinFX is now renamed to .NET Framework 3.0

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    I just noticed a blog post made yesterday by S. Somasegar (the vice president in charge of developer tools at Microsoft). In it, he announced a naming change for the WinFX - it will now be known as the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0. I encourage you to...
  • Keith Cox - Thoughts and Commentary

    Healthcare and ESB at Tech-Ed 2006

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    If you're headed to Tech-Ed and have an interest in learning more about real-world implementations of enterprise integration, check out Lukas Cudrigh's presentation on ESB, Wednesday, June 14th. The featured customer implementation, Kaiser Permanente...
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