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  • Aaron Marten

    Visual Studio 2005 SDK (December 2005 CTP) Released

    Earlier this week, we released the December 2005 CTP version of the Visual Studio SDK . We're calling it a CTP simply because we don't plan to have all the features and samples from this cycle completed for another few months. However, there are a few...
  • TexBlog

    MFC and WinForms integration

    • 0 Comments posted a brief-but-informative article by Nick Wienholt on MFC and WinForms integration in Visual Studio 2005: Part 1 and Part 2 .
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Can you help out MIT?

    <<More Information>> We'd like you to consider being a client for our students in MIT Course 6.171, "Software Engineering of Internet Applications". Our students are generally seniors majoring in Computer Science. You'd be assigned a team...
  • Matusow's Blog

    Windows Template Library 7.5 Release

    This is from my old world in Shared Source. Great news from Nenad Stefanovic, the project lead for the Windows Template Library project. On Dec. 8 he released 7.5 and the bits are available. They are now working on 8.0. Congratulations Nenad and WTL community...
  • Rob Caron

    Some Preliminary Team Foundation Docs

    My teammates are reviving the blog we had started to use for posting preliminary docs and tips on using Help. Susan just posted some new docs for your review. Any feedback we can receive would be greatly appreciated. After all, we don’t want to go down...
  • Buck Hodges

    Team Foundation Version Control API documentation

    I've mentioned the Team Foundation Version Control client API example before as good way to get started with the API, and there are examples with labels and items too. You can find documentation for the classes and methods in the Team Foundation Version...
  • Brian Harry's blog

    TFS Scalability

    For a while now I've been alluding to the fact that we'd be updating our guidance on the size of teams that Team Foundation Server will support. While we still have some work left to do to pin down the spectrum of team sizes that different classes of...
  • Adam Singer

    On sheep and goldfish

    Here's an old story readjusted for the modern world: A project manager, a developer, and a tester are riding on a train in Scotland. Along the way, they pass a black sheep. The project manager says, "Hey look! The sheep in Scotland are black." The...
  • View from the Cube

    Denver Launch:Smart Client Slides and Demo

    Demos and Slide from the Denver Launch Event : Smart Client Session Hi Gang! On behalf of all of us who worked on the Denver Launch Event, we really appreciate your support. It was great to see so many of you out in spite of the weather. Several...
  • Making Speech Ubiquitous... and Less Annoying!

    What's An Eggcorn?

    An eggcorn is a new label for a spontaneously reshaped known expression. Huh? It's when a common expression like "free rein" is semantically re-analyzed and then re-written to reflect the new analysis, like "free reign". Eggcorns aren't just misspellings...
  • Microsoft Excel 2010

    PivotTables part 2: Creating summary reports made easy

    One of the goals we had for our PivotTable work in Excel 12 was to make creating PivotTables a much more approachable task. In this post, I would like to walk through an example of creating a PivotTable in order to highlight the changes we have made in...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Extreme CODE Makeover Contest

    Working with the great folks at Brooktrout on a fantastic Speech Server Contest! Can you show the code? Speech enabled applications are quickly becoming an essential component of all application development. Visual Studio.NET 2003 combined with...
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