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  • Rick Brewster's blog

    How to enable "click through" for .NET 2.0 ToolStrip and MenuStrip

    .NET 2.0's ToolStrip classes do not support "Click Through" between forms. For more information on what click through is, I recommend reading . In Windows, pretty much all applications...
  • Maoni's WebLog

    What do you want to know?

    In my previous Using GC Efficiently entries I've basically covered all the big areas of GC in the CLR. There are of course a lot of things to write about GC but I want to keep GC users as my target audience, not GC designers/implementors. So I would really...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog


    There is a new API available for retrieving a device id in Windows Mobile 5.0 for both Pocket PC and Smartphone. The first question: why do we need a new way of getting the device ID, what’s wrong with the old? To answer this you need to know what a device...
  • NunoC's blog

    [PontoNetPT] : Evento Community Launch - 26 de Janeiro

    A Comunidade PontoNetPT vai realizar o seu segundo evento. Podem encontrar mais informação nos seguintes links: Podem inscrever-se no Evento Community Launch - PontoNetPT a ser realizado no dia 26 de Janeiro de 2006 . O evento será todo o dia...
  • 16.7ms in the life

    Classy & Easy Thank You Notes

    If you are truly lazy, but still want to show your gratitude, you can always do what I do. Instead of spending all that precious mental energy composing a thank-you note, just fill out a handy form! Everybody wins: you don't have to stress your imagination...
  • Data Access blog

    PDC 05 demos - Query Processing over DataSet, Fast Uploads, Caching

    First of all I’ll have to apologize because it took me several months to put this code out here. Right after PDC we were so busy that I didn’t have the chance before to sit down, clean-up the code a little bit, add a bunch of comments and write a README...
  • Betsy Aoki's WebLog

    Duncan Mackenzie professes his love for the 9 Guy

    Well, not precisely. I ran into Duncan in the cafeteria today and he noted his last day was coming up at MSDN. Duncan I first met when I first came to MSDN a few years ago. Did I know he was an author or a guru? No, I just knew that he had some swag...
  • Aali's blog

    FCS Sovelto Oyj

    Niinkuin Mika blogissaan kertoo , FCS Partners ja Sovelto ovat yhdistyneet ja sitä kautta Suomen koulutusmarkkinat konsolidoituneet hiukan. Onnea vanhoille työkavereille jotka ovat taas löytäneet toisensa!
  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    Eve Psalti Speaks out: How did I come to join this Grp? Why do I Work here?

    I get a few resumes and comments on joining the team through by blog every week - and the recruiting committee is super-passionate about continuing this pilot of blogging for this reason. One of the feedback was to profile more of our own recruiting committee...
  • All things tech

    IE 7, Beta 2 Thoughts

    I must say that IE7 is shaping up to be the best browser in the market once again. And its about time because IE6 was getting a little long in the tooth! :) Quite simply it includes all the modern features that you'd expect from a browser: Tabbed browsing...
  • Derek Tan's Blog

    Moving Time Window of BAM Aggregated Alerts

    In BizTalk 2006, you can define alerts based on real-time aggregations or scheduled aggregations based on analysis cubes. For aggregated alerts, you have the option to specify a time window. This binds the alerts to be aggregated within a time past to...
  • Stephen Toub

    February 2006 MSDN Magazine now online

    The February 2006 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online at . And for those of you on the go, a downloadable CHM file of the entire issue is available at
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