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  • Jason Sacks's Windows SDK blog

    meet the SDK team

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    Many of us from the Windows SDK team will be at PDC next week, and we're excited to meet you. Our team will be holding a "Meet the SDK Team" gathering at the Tools and Languages Track Lounge on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm. There will be members from all...
  • Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System

    New MSDN White Paper: Redesigning an Excel VBA Solution for .NET Using Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office

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    This new white paper by Dale Oberg of ArtinSoft is the third in a series of articles that discuss migration issues surrounding migrating an Excel VBA solution to Visual Studio 2005 Tools for Office. This newest article, Redesigning an Excel VBA Solution...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Latest drop of DUAScriptGen

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    I've been having some problems with my ISP, so I've moved to a new provider, I'm in the process of moving utilities, podcast XML file and other bits over to the new site - Someone was having trouble getting the latest drop of DUAScriptGen, the latest...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Marking Your Code Transparent

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    Last week I discussed the concepts of security transparency and security critical code. Now it's time to get into the how-to's Marking an Entire Assembly Critical This is by far the easiest of the operations ... just do nothing [:D]. By default...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    I've got a fever and the only prescription is more code...

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    For anyone who has seen the Saturday Night Live "Behind the Music" parody with Christopher Walken about "needing more cowbell" (possibly my favorite skit of all time), you might get that joke of the blog entry title. Now that CodeGallery is open for business...
  • Attila Hajdrik's Blog

    On the way for PDC...

    It was a busy week, so I was unable to make my session plans for PDC, but it will be a long flight, so I'm sure I'll have some time for this over the Atlantic Ocean. I'll look for the announcements, there must will be some as always :-) As I'm finished...
  • Lori Pearce's WebLog

    Off to PDC!

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    On Sunday morning I leave for Los Angeles and the PDC. It's going to be a great conference and I look forward to meeting many of you there. The SDK team will be holding a "Meet the SDK Team" gathering at the Tools and Languages Track Lounge on Tuesday...
  • jfo's coding

    Hmm, I wonder what Brian is showing off at the PDC?

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    Brian is blogging again - yeah! And it's all about the PDC. I'm wondering what he's going to show off ?
  • Miguel's place

    More on Transactional Notepad

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    Ok, so in taking a second longer to think about the problem, in reality the resource manager managing the text for the "Transaction aware Notepad" would need to be a durable resource manager. However in the general case it would still be the only resource...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Structured data blogging screencast

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    Sctuctured blogging is taking many forms , but structured blogging needs structured data. To get structured data into your structured blog (so people/systems can subscribe to your structured RSS output or surf your structured blog and do stuff with your...
  • Inside Architecture

    Ajax and Soap, again

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    I'm flattered by all the attention my statements are getting on comparing Ajax with SOA web services. Another one popped up over night: Dare Obasanjo with the statement: "This is probably one of the most bogus posts I've ever seen written by a Microsoft...
  • Brad Abrams

    One-on-Ones with the CLR team at the PDC

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    Joe blogged about the opportunity to meet one-on-one with the CLR team at the PDC. This is a great chance to hear from the CLR team and validate technical bets you are considering in a one-on-one format. In addition it is a good forum to give feedback...
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