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  • aWorkBlogByGus

    Introducing Hovervue...

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    Got a chance to code some today and I finally got around to getting Hovervue all packaged up and usable by anyone who's interested. You can get the full scoop on my personal blog . You can also see screenshots here which are pretty self-explanatory as...
  • Rob Caron

    Team Foundation Server & Project Server

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    Update: For more recent guidance on this topic, see this post . Another frequently asked question around Team Foundation Server – does it replace Microsoft Project Server? The short answer – no, it doesn’t. Team Foundation Server specializes in...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Lessons from nullable: Superstars + Feedback

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    Soma (my boss's boss's boss's boss) recently blogged about how the CLR took a major change to fix Nullable . There are 2 lessons here. First, this is a lesson in super-stars. Some background: this was a major change done very late in the game. That's...
  • Rob Caron

    Suggested Reading (Project Management Edition) - 2005-08-13

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    Project Management Eli Robillard on Project Management and Task Switching Darrell Norton on Rapid Results without a Rugby Scrum Mike Diehl on Requirements and establishing priorities Joel Semeniuk on Why I Like CMMI and Documentation <>...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Use Windows 2003 Server and remote desktops for debugging

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    When debugging a process, you are often examining the context of a process at a breakpoint. When done, you resume the suspended process. However, just the act of resuming causes various events to fire that may not have fired when not debugging. These...
  • Rob Caron

    Webcast: The Art of Project Management by Scott Berkun

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    I’ve heard a lot about Scott Berkun’s new book, The Art of Project Management , and I suspect this Webcast will be equally awesome: The Art of Project Management A Dr. Dobb’s and C/C++ Users Journal Great Writers Series NetSeminar Date: Wednesday...
  • Inside and Out...

    Just moved in…

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    I am moving here from http://geekswithblogs.net/khanna/ . CLR, Mobile Application Development and, of late, Windows Communication Foundation are my areas of interest - and that's what I will be blogging about primarily.   I run WinToolZone @ http...
  • Rob Caron

    MSSCCI Interface for Team Foundation Version Control

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    A frequently asked question about SQL Server 2005 Management Studio is whether or not it will integrate with Team Foundation version control in the same way that it integrates with Visual Source Safe. Years ago, Visual SourceSafe established an interface...
  • Rob Caron

    Suggested Reading (Team Foundation Edition) - 2005-08-13

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    Team Foundation John Lawrence on Internet Explorer 7 and Team Foundation? Not 100% just yet Buck Hodges on Alert settings Dogfood statistics update Upgraded (how our last dogfood upgrade went) Saud Aziz on Visual Studio 2005 Team...
  • Inside and Out...

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    The views expressed on this weblog are mine and do not necessarily reflect the views of my employer.   All postings are provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confer no rights.
  • Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog

    Soma on Nullable<T>

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    Soma has a good post on a late change we made to Nullable<T> for Whidbey, aka VS 2005 and .NET Framework 2.0. This change is a great example of the importance of customer feedback to our development process. Without a doubt, this change would not...
  • Yves Dolce

    VC++ Powertools (and GRETA)

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    I must confess I just discovered those: GRETA (" gives you all the power of Perl 5 regular expressions in your C++ applications ") and VC++Powertools . I haven't tried them yet but when I will, I'll tell you. Have you?
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