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  • .Net CF UI and More

    Alphablending with NETCF

    Not long after V1 of the Compact Framework went out we started getting questions about support (or lack thereof) for advanced graphics and drawing functions available on the desktop framework but missing from the Compact Framework. For V1 we made a decision...
  • Brad Abrams

    The Ajax Experience Conference

    I am excited to be headed down to the The Ajax Experience Conference May 10-12 in San Francisco. I’ll be giving an overview of Atlas ... maybe work in some dice action and maybe some of Shanku’s php\Atlas fun ... Any other ideas? What would folks like...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    DavidLem spends a few days in my office

    I've had a visitor this week, one of "my boys" David Lemphers has been up in Sydney, shadowing me for a few days. He even wrote about his experience in my Den o'Fun He's now working on the sessions for the track he is responsible for our upcoming TechEd...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    More Thoughts on the Curve: How To Hit It and What Comes Next

    Thanks to those who responded to my post on hitting the curve, or cliff as PsiSpace put it. Please keep the comments coming... Two additional thoughts. The first is one that Darren David made in his presentation on building the North Face Prototype...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    ineta Live! from Redmond

    The good folks from ineta are hosting a series of webcasts direct from the product teams Most of the times are even friendly for us folks downunder - good to see! Some of the upcoming sessions are on Crossbow and Cider. Don't know about them...
  • David L's Blog

    Blanket.NET and Spongy Interfaces!

    Had lunch today with Joel P and Franky at the best Yum Cha restaurant this side of The Great Wall, and we got onto the topic of concurrent .NET. This opened up the discussion around an idea myself and Nigel Watson cooked up one day while talking pie,...
  • Microsoft XML Team's WebLog

    Triple dot syntax for descendants axis in VB 9.0

    Many people asked us why did we choose the triple dot syntax for the descendants axis in the VB 9.0 Xml members syntax. Before I go into the reasoning for that choice here is a small example of the triple dot syntax. In the following sample, the variable...
  • Somasegar's blog

    Canadian IT Manager

    I was recently interviewed by the Canadian IT Manager forum on what I thought were some of our current challenges, how we are solving them and some of the lessons we have learnt along the way. It appeared as a 3-part series that you can find here – part1...
  • David L's Blog

    l33t sP33k Franky!! iT 41n't s0 7rIckY!!

    More Sydney foong shwee, and I have to ask, anyone received an email from our Boss lately? I did, and check out the sig: So, translated it reads, Fear my elite skills…but the coder in me couldn’t help but pick up some corrections…...
  • EricK's Weblog

    Sorry for the lack of posts...

    I apologize for not posting much the last couple weeks. A lot of stuff has been on the back burner because I have been having some medical issues and am going through a bunch of testing. They don't know what it is for sure yet, but I'm hoping it is something...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Information overload in 1848

    Information overload in 1848: "In 1848 the New York businessman W.E. Dodge was already feeling the effects of always-on connectivity:“The merchant goes home after a day of hard work and excitement to a late dinner, trying amid the family circle...
  • Dave Pae's SharePoint Server WebLog

    SQL 2005 Helps SharePoint

    New capacity information is available for SQL 2005. Check it out here .
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