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  • One Louder

    Types of people we look for in marketing and finance

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    Lately, I've been doing a lot of work to help further define what we are looking for in the marketing and finance spaces. Specifically, I'm working to define the "big buckets" of candidates we try to attract, not the kinds of roles that we hire them into...
  • Steve Cook's WebLog

    Software Factories - the human side

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    I’m back in the office after travelling to Switzerland to speak about Software Factories at TechDays . I had some very interesting conversations there with Ralf Westphal , who showed me his work on adding textual Domain Specific Languages to Visual Studio...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Tsk tsk!

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    Only 70 votes so far for covariant return types in C# (and all .Net languages)!! :-( I thought that there was a lot more interest than that. Here's a chance for you to really show what you're interested in seeing. If you haven't voted yet, and you do...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Why do hackers hack

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    Why do hackers hack By Dick Bishop / Columnist Thursday, February 10, 2005 " S uppose for a moment that a complete stranger walks up to you, stares you right in the eye, and says, "I'm taking your name and everything you have;" then turns and walks away...
  • Sebastien St-Laurent's (AKA Sebby) WebLog

    GDC 2005: Microsoft GDC Slides Now Online...

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    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=8e9d5a43-a045-4ed8-99ae-09f3d69211ee&DisplayLang=en
  • Angel Saenz-Badillos

    Say hello to the DataWorks blog

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    It is a fair assumption that you have not heard about DataWorks, that is ok most folks arround Microsoft haven't either. MDAC on the other hand probably sounds familiar... DataWorks is the Microsoft Product Unit in which I work, it is responsable for...
  • AprilR's Blog

    Day 4 and Final SEPG 2005 Thoughts

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    The Thursday before last was the last day of the conference. It was a choice of various half-day tutorials. For me, the first portion was about requirements development, primarily based on the Microsoft Press book "Software Requirements." Interesting...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Remember rotary phones? I do.

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    I was in San Diego last week and had the wonderful opportunity to go to the USS Midway aircraft carrier museum . While touring the bridge an adorable little kid no older than ten pointed to a rotary telephone and asked what is that? J I was a bit surprised...
  • One Louder

    Moderating blog comments today

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    While we get the spam under control. Just had a big blob of it hit this morning.
  • Soaked in CIDER !

    How can I drop controls within UserControl at Design time?

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    One of the most frequent questions asked on the community forum is how can I make my userControl act as a containerControl (panel) which allows me to add controls at design time. In V1.0 and V1.1 you had to write a lot if code to do this, but in Whidbey...
  • venkatna's (Venkat Narayanan's) WebLog

    Our start.com dev is now blogging

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    The Developer working on http://start.com/1 and http://start.com/2 , steve, is now blogging about it . He has thoughts on what we are doing here and how we are doing it. Please do read his thoughts and give us ideas. - Venkat
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    I Know Why The Caged Workspace Sings

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    Last week, I saw Alan Cooper speak at the patterns & practices Summit . Knowing I would probably get a chance to meet him, I went back to one of his books to brush up on my Cooperisms. The Inmates Are Running the Asylum is probably one of the best...
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