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  • Monad

    Days till Xmas

    My daughter loves christmas. She often asks me, "how long is it till christmas?" The problem with that is that I'm one of those people that can barely remember what year it is much less the date. Well, it is one thing to be a flawed person and its another...
  • André Henriksson

    Visual Basic 2005 & My.Blogs

    I takt med att allt fler börjar blogga växer också intresset att kunna använda och visa RSS-feeds i sina applikationer oberoende av om de är skrivna som WinForms eller som ASP.NET-tillämpningar. Skriver man sina applikationer i Visual Basic 2005 så...
  • Hans VB's WebLog - For FREE!!!

    Haunted by XBox

    Surely enough when I got into the Microsoft Technology Center in Vedbaek (Denmark), first thing I saw was an XBox 360. PG3 DVD in the system, using a projector as a screen. I have a feeling it's going to me or the XBox...
  • Brad Abrams

    .NE Framework Posters in the VS2005

    I haven’t heard much feedback on the .NET Framework poster in the VS 2005 box. Kit George (from BCLBlog fame) put this together and I think it turned out pretty well. Unfortunately the only way I know how to get a copy of the poster is to buy the...
  • TexBlog

    En Route to MDC

    I'm sitting in the departure lounge at London Heathrow's Terminal 4, waiting for my connecting flight to Cairo. The Superbowl was in the fourth quarter as we departed from SeaTac, and the mood was pretty somber. I'm not a Seahawks fan (being from the...
  • AppDev: Something You Should Know by Irena Kennedy

    SYSK 56: A Word on Frameworks (from the lighten up series)

    Ok, it’s time to lighten up a bit… and then to think a bit on not such a light topic. Check out this humorous and, at the same time, thought provoking piece on frameworks by Benji Smith at
  • Microsoft Senior Sales Excellence Manager - Eric Ligman

    Windows Mobile 5.0 Developer Resource Kit Now Available

    Part # 098-104695 Contains everything a developer needs to start developing applications for Windows Mobile based devices. With the kit, developers can: Learn about Windows Mobile Install the developer tools Access technical resources ...
  • Ed Glas's blog on VS load testing

    User modeling in VSTS Load Tests

    A common question we are asked is how we deal with "new" vs. "return" users in a load test. Web browsers cache content and store cookies, which impacts the pattern and content of requests that are sent to the web server. Load test scenarios have a...
  • This is my old blog

    Teched Israel 2006 - Dev Track Agenda DRAFT

    Here is a draft of things I was thinking about(Performed by stars from the dev team), what do you think? Intoduction to Windows Presentation Framework - Getting to know the key concepts of the nex ration UI Technology Interoperability between Windows...
  • ploeh blog

    Unit Testing Control Designers

    One of the inherent problems of control development is that it doesn't lend itself easily to unit testing. After all, you are developing a user interface, and it's necessary to validate that it looks as expected. While that's true, more complex control...
  • Ed Glas's blog on VS load testing

    Who's dogfooding Ocracoke (aka VSTS Load Tests)?

    As you probably know, "dogfooding" is the term we use at Microsoft for using the products we are building. Inside Microsoft, our product is known as Ocracoke. Ocracoke includes web tests, unit tests (when used in a load test), and load tests, as well...
  • Nicholas Allen's Indigo Blog

    Hello World, Part 1

    Hey everybody, I'm Dr. Nicholas Allen, and I'm a Program Manager at Microsoft on the Windows Communication Foundation team (formerly known by the much hipper name 'Indigo'). For those of you that don't know what a PM does, check out the very extensive...
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