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  • TexBlog

    Using MFC or WinForms?

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    To answer a couple of questions I received as blog comments and over email, here are some brief thoughts on using MFC vs. WinForms. In most cases today, I would recommend WinForms over MFC. WinForms has the superior design-time experience, easier access...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    WinFX SDK vs. Indigo/Avalon Redist

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    You've probably seen the pre-release of Avalong and Indigo Beta 1 RC, and if you downloaded the content from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=b789bc8d-4f25-4823-b6aa-c5edf432d0c1&displaylang=en&Hash=338QXSB , then you've...
  • Smart Client Data

    Tech Ed '05: Client and Middle Tier Data Caching with SQL Server 2005

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    Tech Ed '05: Client and Middle Tier Data Caching with SQL Server 2005. Samples for building Occasionally Connected Applications using SQL Mobile and ClickOnce...
  • Eric Hu's Weblog

    Who am I...

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    I am a Software Test Engineer in Microsoft Taiwan. I mainly focus on testing globalization and localization issues in Visual Studio Team System (VSTS). I wish to build a connection to community and share our exciting innovations in VSTS to make software...
  • Smart Client Data

    Tech Ed ’05: Windows Forms: Making the Most of WinForms 2.0 Data Binding

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    Samples for Tech Ed ’05: Windows Forms-Making the Most of WinForms 2.0 Data Binding...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    I just benefited from Edit & Continue in C#

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    For those of who you don't yet know, Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 includes Edit & Continue in C#. Until today, I had not needed - and therefore had not used - this feature. But today, I was playing with Indigo and forgot to move a line of code that was...
  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog

    The power of simplicity

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    Coding is design Good design style and good programming style share common properties. This is so because they are names for the same thing. Equally important is the observation that such activities are one and the same: design. A reason behind the...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    Commerce Server Chats

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    Just in case you're a closet Commerce Server fan, don't forget to check out the monthly chats that get fired up on MSDN. The June transcript is a bit sparse, but both May and April have some pretty good questions and comments. A couple notes on Commerce...
  • TabBlogger

    TechEd05 wrap-up

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    Well, another TechEd has come and gone! We had another great show, demo'ing the new IBM Thinkpad X41 Tablet as well as new Tablets from Motion Computing , TabletKiosk , HP and Toshiba . I learned the difference between "version X hardware" and "Xth...
  • Smart Client Data

    A new home

    For those that have been following our team under the VB Team blog , you've found our new home. Why did we move? There were many of us that weren't that into blogging way back when. One of our previous team members, Robert Green, set up a team blog that...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    Animation Composition as the Composing of Space and Time: Explicating an SDK Sample

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    I've been playing with the SDK sample I referenced earlier to get a better handle on animation composition and thought I'd share my particular angle of pursuit which may be helpful. First off, here is just a XAMLPad version of the sample I'm interested...
  • Typed XML in SQL Server 2005

    Welcome

    Welcome to my newly created blog. My name is Denis Ruckebusch. I've been part of the test organization at Microsoft for the past 6 years. I spent the last 4 working on the new XML datatype feature in SQL Server 2005. My main area of focus is typed...
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