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  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    C# Trivia Test - Part 11

    Here we go, with the last installment of the series... Language Details 1) How is decimal different from other C# types? 2) What kind of constructor is not legal on structs? Why? 3) What’s the difference between “out” and “[out]”? 4) When...
  • Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information from Alfred Thompson

    .NET Workshops at Lake Forest College

    Joe Hummel is offering a pair of .NET workshops for faculty at Lake Forest College this summer. There is a 2.5 day intro level workshop and a 2.5 day advanced level workshop. The registration fee for each track is $99.00. Attendees are also responsible...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    More on 'the Lesson'

    Joshua Porter, who coined the term 'the Lesson', has gone to the trouble of further articulating the principle What Joshua did by inventing the term is to encapsulate the root cause of tagging's success and and other social network effects...
  • craigrow

    I can't log on to the client

    I've seen a number of people on the DTM support alias, running into this problem lately. Install a clean OS on the client system. Install the DTM Client on that system. Run the Run First jobs. You cannot logon to the...
  • BCL Team Blog

    Set Collection [Ryan Byington]

    So the BCL thinking of implementing a set collection for a future release and we would like to get you our blog reading public opinion on what scenarios are important to you for a Set collection. The collection will likely have the standard ICollection<T>...
  • Mark Gabarra's Blog

    Enumerating Behavior Extensions

    As a follow up to my previous post “ Is there an easy way to enumerate the bindings listed in configuration? ”, today I will discuss how to enumerate one more of the WCF configuration extension points: behaviors. Before I go further into this discussion...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    The Coding Master Returns

    Remember the Coding Master contest ( )? I’m happy to say that one of the winning replies belonged to Kristoffer Henriksson who we just hired into the team! Kristoffer first came to...
  • Test Guide

    Entropy Happens

    If you have a car, truck, motorcycle, bicycle, or some other form of transportation made of metal, you know that rust is your enemy. You know that either you keep a vigilant eye out for the smallest speck of rust and eradicate posthaste each one you find...
  • Zandoná Mobile®

    Does IE Mobile Support AJAX? Guess what? Yes, it does!!!

    I have been asked about AJAX development support for Internet Explorer Mobile (running on Windows Mobile-based devices). The short answer is: YES, IE Mobile on Windows Mobile 2003 and later supports AJAX! The long answer was given last year by Kevin Grey...
  • Satisfy Me

    Link: Microsoft Customer Service for help on non-technical issues

    The past few days have been back to back busy in preparation for a number of important discussions and presentations (no name dropping here), so I've been lax in posting this week. The Microsoft Customer Service Site provides assistance on non-technical...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    How Did You Learn to Program?

    How did you learn to program? Especially if you’re not a professional developer and never had been (I already have the data that says that something like 70% of professional developers got degrees in computer science or engineering). I’m wondering how...
  • Jensen Harris: An Office User Interface Blog

    The Suggestion Box

    This week I'm out of town on a bicostal business trip (currently overlooking Union Square in San Francisco) and unfortunately I won't be able to post any more articles this week. So instead I want to take the opportunity to ask you: what would you...
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