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  • ...Me Unplugged...


    This is something really silly. Any list that is a part of a site can be accessed by using a small snippet that looks more or less like this: SPSite site = new SPSite(http://localhost"); SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb(); SPList list = web.Lists[index]; Now...
  • Mahjayar's WebLog.

    MSDN article on AutoProxy support in Whidbey

    Common customer feedback with the 1.1 Framework was support for reading autproxy settings configured in IE. V1.1 did not have support for this and neither had support for specifying a JavaScript location that determines what proxy to use. .Net framework...
  • Robert A. Wlodarczyk's Blog (MSFT)

    Introducing WindowsCodecs!

    Last night, Pablo made a post to the Avalon newsgroups about WindowsCodecs ... To quote him directly: We are pleased to announce that the documentation for Avalon's Windows CODECs is now posted on MSDN.
  • Steven Sinofsky's Microsoft TechTalk

    Tracking code "churn" -- cool intern project

    Our interns are wrapping up over the next few weeks. The projects that interns work on are critical parts of shipping Office and this year is no exception. We’ve had our interns hard at work on getting ready for beta this fall. A big part of the internship...
  • Reckless

    Systems Management Server 2003 SP2 (Beta)

    I've been in this job for only a few weeks man, and we have already had 3 rollouts of bits to the public. Too cool. The SMS 2003 SP2 (Beta) Program Is Open For Enrollment Evaluate Systems Management Server 2003 SP 2 (Beta) which is a rollup of hotfixes...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Check out Fritz Onion’s new webcast series on ASP.NET 2.0 - STARTS TODAY!!

    You might remember that Fritz Onion won a serious piece of hardware a few months ago for being chosen the best presenter during intense month of ASP.NET webcasts. See the original post . Well, he’s back and better than ever. Starting today, Fritz is kicking...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    5 silly observations about Microsoft

    As I mentioned earlier, Josh’s 5 tips for being successful at Microsoft got me thinking about my own tips . . . but I decided to take the lighter route and discuss my 5 silly observations about Microsoft. (Silly they might be, but true they are as well...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium


    I haven't been paying much attention to Whidbey stuff in the past year or so, but today I came across something that I hadn't known about (or, perhaps, hadn't really understood). If you've written code in C#, it's likely that you've done some interop...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Watch the Autocomplete values change as you enter data

    Here is some code to demonstrate the AutoComplete property Its behavior is very similar to Outlook 2003 or the Internet Explorer Address URL entry control. It prompts the user with possible entries in a drop down like Intellisense. The code creates...
  • Jonathan Keljo's CLR Blog

    Profiling and Metadata

    Well, ya gotta start somewhere, so I'll start short 'n' simple... Lately I often get asked where one can find out how generics are exposed in metadata, particularly signatures. Check out version 3 of the ECMA CLI spec . Partition II, section 23.2 is...
  • AllenD's WebLog

    VSSDK August CTP Available

    Please visit the download page to see the latest available downloads. The August CTP of the VSSDK which works with VS2005 Beta2 is now available. There are two new samples in this version that are considered to be "reference" implementations...
  • Jonathan Keljo's CLR Blog


    Hi, I'm Jonathan Keljo, and I'm a program manager on the Common Language Runtime team at Microsoft. I've been on the team for a little over 3 years now. Given how often folks move around at MS, that makes me one of the "old folks"; there are only 5 other...
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