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  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Did you know… How to quickly Navigate Forward and Navigate Backward within code

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    Another one of those “how did I never see this before” and “now I can’t live without it”. This blog post has moved to http://saraford.net/2005/04/06/did-you-know-how-to-quickly-navigate-forward-and-navigate-backward-within...
  • Toffer's WebLog

    IList Interface...

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    I've read what MSDN has to say about this, but I'm still not sure why this is useful. I've found it in a lot of code from my teammates and was just trying to figure out what extra this gives...here's an example of the context it was used in... public...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    REMINDER: Roanoke .NET tomorrow night

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    Just a quick reminder that I'll be at the Roanoke Valley .net User Group tomorrow night starting at 6pm, presenting on the MapPoint Web Service. Come on out and say "hi" and see a very cool technology in action.
  • Rico Mariani's Performance Tidbits

    Fat Free Bytes? Not here!

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    I'm going to have a little bit of fun with this one so bear with me. :) Sometimes I talk to groups that have adopted managed code and they've gone a bit oopaholic. Or maybe even a lot oopaholic. (See this video if you would like to hear a little more...
  • Shaykatc's WebLog

    C# Community reviews

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    One of my responsibilities on the team is to manage our community process. In C# we put an emphasis on having our team interact with the community - external customers, MVPs, internal users etc. We find that this brings our team closer to the customer...
  • Andrew Ma's WebLog

    Windows Marketplace RSS Feeds

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    Windows Marketplace RSS Feeds "Coming to a Desktop Near You! Windows Marketplace can now deliver—right to your desktop—the latest information on the software and hardware items you want to see. Whether you’re looking for a new image editing program or...
  • Santomania

    MSN Search vs. Google

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    As a Microsoft employee, I want to do my small part in making MSN Search better. They have the little " Help us improve " link at the bottom of the MSN Search result page, but it isn't that easy to figure out what needs improving? So I cooked up this...
  • One Louder

    Here's the official event announcement for Boston

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    Feel free to point people here if you think they would be interested: Microsoft’s Server and Tools Marketing and Solutions Group will be visiting the Boston area in early May (2005) and we could be looking for you! We will be hosting a networking...
  • André Henriksson

    Frågor från MSDN Live

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    Under vår MSDN Live roadshow så kom det upp en del frågor och flera av er som besökte någon av våra evenemang har också i efterhand ställt frågor. Jag kommer löpande att svara på dessa och lägga ut dem här på bloggen för allmän kännedom. Skulle du...
  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Play time

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    Just saw that Momentum has released their new "Pocket Mini Golf 2" . I relied heavily on the first version to help keep my sanity on long European technology tours when stuck in some far flung airport waiting for a flight. You can grab a trial version...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Clyde is blogging about 64-bit

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    You don't know who Clyde is? He is one of the corner stones in our (Microsoft) 64-bit world. On the WindowsServer blog he is talking about his "exhilarating ride" to get our x64 support out of the door. Clyde in his own words: "I am a Group Program...
  • RemLog

    The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis. Does program language “centricity” limit you?

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    I recently came over from the Java world to work at Microsoft as a program manager on the XML team at Microsoft . From my experience with BEA (and prior) I was a “java centric” developer. I had academic exposure to C++ and some practical exposure to VB...
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