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  • Noah Coad

    SSW Rules to Better Unit Tests

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    Adam Cogan of SSW Australia contacted a colleague of my mine, Jeff Beehler , with a request to review some Unit Test guidelines his company published. I took a look and they appear to be good ideas, well documented, and is presented cleanly an concisely...
  • Expression Blend and Design

    Binding to data which loads in the background

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    This is to announce that Karsten has a blog post (authored by Andrew Whiddet) on the subject of asynchronous data binding [1]. It's likely to be of interest to you if you're a software developer or you're a designer with a developer sensibility. It's...
  • Nonnenberg's Notes

    Looking for a job? Positions open now!

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    C# Test Manager, Rusty Miller, is looking for some passionate talent for his team . You know you wanna work in Building 41. :0)
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    (RSS + SSE) + OPML + Reading lists = Attention?

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    Steve Rubel has nice idea: "What I would love to see in the coming months is a tool that uses SSE and reading lists to implement the wonderful features in Stumbleupon right inside an RSS reader. Here's another way to picture it. What if users had...
  • DevDiv Servicing Team Blog

    MSBee Beta 1 - Released

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    The DDCPX Aftermarket Solutions team just released the first MSBee Beta! You can download the Beta by going to the new MSBee homepage: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=59384 and clicking on the MSBee Beta 1 Release link. About a month ago, Craig...
  • Rob Caron

    B3R to RC Upgrade Troubleshooting Guide

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    Just a reminder – for those who do encounter any issues in the upgrade process from Beta 3 Refresh to RC, you can use the Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Setup & Administration Forum to seek assistance. It’s also where you’ll...
  • Nicholas Allen's Indigo Blog

    This Software is Too Smart

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    I've been noticing the large number of smart quotes littering my previous posts so I went back to take them out. Properly arrayed quotes are a nice addition in printed text, but they're a real choking hazard for browsers. Now I just need to find out what...
  • David L's Blog

    Visual Studio Guy...I'm your father!

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    I was cruising around Franky’s blog, looking for trouble, when that’s exactly what I found, but not for me! Check this out: http://msdn.microsoft.com/events/hero/ It’s Source Fource, and I don’t really care what kind...
  • Rob Caron

    2006 Microsoft CMMI Appraisers’ Workshop

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    Are you a CMMI appraiser who wants better to understand how teams can demonstrate their level of maturity using Visual Studio Team System and MSF for CMMI Process Improvement? Then this free workshop is for you! All CMMI appraisers are cordially...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    SPARK is Out of the Bag

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    As part of the new job , I'm involved in the planning a workshop called SPARK, which Dion Hinchcliffe blogged about this morning. (Dion also writes a blog here - bringing the total to three - so I created a combined feed just to keep track of all the...
  • Geek Runs Through My Veins

    MSBee - Beta 1 Released

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    We just released the first MSBee Beta! You can download the Beta by going to the new MSBee homepage: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=59384 and clicking on the MSBee Beta 1 Release link. About a month ago, I posted a blog entry describing our...
  • Loosely Coupled Thinking

    Funny slide

    • 4 Comments
    Windows Workflow Foundation should only be abbreviated WF, not WWF. Now you know why.
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