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  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog

    What “The Real-World” really you?

    If you think this is a stupid question, please share with me why do you thing so. I would want to collect thoughts about what "The Real-World" means to you. My aim is to grasp if there is a sensible use of the phrase or it is just another way people...
  • Visual Studio

    .NET Compact Framework 1.0 SP3 Developer Redistributable

    The .NET Compact Framework 1.0 SP3 Developer Redistributable is now available. The download is intended for developers with Visual Studio .NET 2003, it contains the SP3 CAB files: Download End user install is available here: Download
  • Visual Basic IDE Team Blog

    Snippet Editor to Create Visual Basic Snippets

    Create your own Code Snippets with the Visual Basic Snippet Editor Yesterday we posted the Visual Basic Snippet Editor, with source code, on . The Visual Basic Snippet Editor is a Windows Forms application...
  • Visual Basic IDE Team Blog

    Refactoring Tool in VB Editor

    Refactoring in Visual Basic 2005 In case you haven’t already heard, last Thursday (4/21) we announced the availability of Refactor! for Visual Basic 2005, a free version of Developer Express Inc.’s Refactor! product that supports Visual Basic 2005...
  • The Old New Thing

    Building a dialog template at run-time

    Putting together what we've learned so far to do something interesting....
  • Microsoft XML Team's WebLog

    WebData XML Bloggers re-emerge

    Now that the Whidbey and Yukon projects have passed some milestones, the team weblogs are starting to show some activity again. Arpan Desai posts his thoughts on the rather interesting marketing campaign of an XQuery tools vendor who wants you all to demand XQuery support in .NET 2.0. That's not going to happen -- the feature list is frozen, schedules are set, and lots of other plans depend on .NET 2.0 coming out on time and with rock-solid quality. Dave Remy has an interesting post that rel...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    9 year old earns MCP

    A 9 year old Pakistani girl has become the youngest MCP. Having a 5 year old, I guess I can see how a child that age could progress over several years in their proficiency a technology and then study for the exam and pass it. I wonder if this means that...
  • Managed CodeGen

    Token APIs on Module Builder

    We have some token APIs on Module Builder that can be used to as an optional approach as to regular Refelction.Emit APIs. They are: public TypeToken GetTypeToken(Type type) public TypeToken GetTypeToken(String name) // this looks just like ModuleBuilder...
  • Slava Oks's WebLog

    Be Aware: Using AWE, locked pages in memory, on 64 bit

    We have already talked about Windows AWE mechanism on 32 bit and how SQL Server utilizes it. Today I would like to go over AWE & related mechanism on 64 bit platforms. To some people it comes as a surprise that AWE mechanism is still present...
  • Dariusz quatscht

    Best of SQL Server 2005 Webcast Reihe

    Im Rahmen der Webcast Reihe die MSDN Online und Technet im Februar und März abgehalten haben, wiederholen wir zwei Webcasts für Entwickler am 30.06.05 um 11.00 und 14.00. Ich werde hier auch die ausgefallenen Themen XML und T-SQL besprechen und zeigen...
  • Chad Brooks Web Log

    Indigo CTP is released

    We released the Community Technical Preview (CTP) on March 29th. This release was previously only available to MSDN Subscribers, but now it can be downloaded by the general public. Indigo is the codename for Microsoft’s unified programming model...
  • Chad Brooks Web Log

    .NET Remoting and Indigo

    There has been a lot of confusion as to whether or not Indigo will support .NET remoting.. The answer is no - Indigo will not support .NET remoting, but its not going away! Indigo will not be line compatible (interoperable) with .NET remoting, but the...
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