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  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    LINQ: What is the purpose of var?

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    Larsenal , a C9’er posted a comment on the C9 forums about the Introducing LINQ video and asked a really good question so I thought I should repost my response here. Larsenal's Question “ I've watched this video on LINQ in C#. If the type is set at...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    C# 3.0 Chat is Today, MVP Summit is next week

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    Our first post-PDC C# chat about the recently announced 3.0 features is today, Thursday, at 1 PM Pacific Daylight Time. I'm looking forward to being there. See Scott's blog for details about this and all upcoming chats. Also, I'll be hanging around...
  • craigrow

    Predictive Markets

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    The Google Blog has a rather un-interesting post on how Google uses predictive markets to gleen important information from their collective minds. Microsoft Research has been running predictive markets for some time now. I personally participated in one...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    Virtual Natural Disaster?

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    Check this out: http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20050921-5337.html "Players of Blizzard's incredibly popular World of Warcraft are reporting the outbreak of a virtual plague that is spreading across major cities in the virtual land of Azeroth...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    You just don’t fit in. What?

    • 12 Comments
    Last night, Martha terminated her first candidate’s interviews with the phrase, " You just don’t fit in ." Oh, Martha. Please tell me that’s not your catch phrase?! While I anxiously await Heather’s review of the show , I want to chime with my own...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Outlook Reading Pane and Charles Petzold

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    I am working on a cool Outlook add-in, and it involves knowing if the Outlook Reading Pane is displayed or not and what its size is. This is an extra little challenge because the Outlook OM does not expose any info about the pane. One might guess that...
  • craigrow

    Success for ASI

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    I received an email yesterday from one of the TAP sites we visited last month in Silicon Valley. They've made ASI their primary mechanism for deploying operating systems to system in their logo testing lab. This is a lab with significant automation, on...
  • Dominic Watts

    Sharepoint in academia

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    It's a new year, the students are heading back and everything is in place, working and ready for the rush that's about to happen. For some, the summer is a time to relax but in academia it's often the busiest time of the year. So, I know many are planning...
  • Eric Jarvi

    Coding for fun

    This looks like an interesting community of sorts starting up - http://msdn.microsoft.com/coding4fun/
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Wizard... more wizard...

    • 15 Comments
    Day 2 with my Wizard and I wanted to respond to some of the questions I've had on email. Firstly - what device do I have... well it's a QTEK 9100 device - one of the very early devices. 2nd - Can I load skype - will do - not had a chance yet ...
  • Brian Jones: Office Solutions

    More on the royalty-free licenses for the Microsoft Office Open XML formats

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    Well, now that PDC is over I've had a chance to look into the issues and comments from our discussion the previous week . There continue to be a lot of comments about the licenses that we use for the Microsoft Office Open XML formats. The questions I...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    Launch Tour Registration Is Now Open!

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    http://blogs.msdn.com/canadian_launch_tour_2005/archive/2005/09/22/472821.aspx Visit the main event page to register - www.microsoft.com/canada/launch2005
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