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  • Van Kichline's WebLog

    Getting it for Free

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    Everything was going great back in 1997. I'd come into the VID project late and was finally about to ship my first product at Microsoft after earning a few "skip its" in the graphics division. (An imaginary award you get for having your project cancelled...
  • Antimail

    Good bye DCOM

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    A friend of mine who works in the Indigo team sent me a link to the latest documentation on Indigo: http://winfx.msdn.microsoft.com/library/ The how-to section on self-hosted services caught my attention. Now, it is possible to expose a secure Web service...
  • aaron's weblog

    Feedback Requested: Visual Studio 2005 Tab Design Iteration 2

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    I want to thank everyone for all of the terrific feedback we received on our first pair of tool window tab designs for Visual Studio 2005. As of right now, we've gotten 124 comments, which is really outstanding! I've been working with our designer, Corrina...
  • Jason Zander's blog

    March CTP of WinFX (Avalon, Indigo, .NET FX) now posted on MSDN

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    I'm back! I was OOF for a bit after getting pretty sick coming back from Bucharest and Tel Aviv. But I had to report that the March CTP was just posted today on MSDN . This is the first combined drop of Avalon and Indigo targeting the same CLR, as well...
  • m | power

    ActiveWords

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    Well, I took the dive into ActiveWords . There is a lot of potential here, and I think the vision that the company has is awesome. For now, it's a great way to get my stuff done a little faster. I have found that it has also inspired me to learn more...
  • BizTalk Architecture, High Availability and MSMQ Adapters

    From the mail: BizTalk and SharePoint Server on the same machine

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    From the mail: I am having problems with biztalk server 2004 sample ExposeWebService in the orchestration folder.Please tell what to do as there is great conflict when i run that on the machine which has biztalk 2004 and sharepoint portal server 2003...
  • Shaykatc's WebLog

    McCabes Cyclomatic Complexity

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    This is a cool concept that Steve discussed briefly today. The discussion was around how to do code coverage effectively, and Steve brought up the idea of Mccabes cyclomatic complexity. This is basically a stat that measures the complexity of a particular...
  • Roger Doherty's Windows Azure Blog

    Sourcing XML Data in SSIS 2005

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    So picking up from where I left off in my last post, I want to talk about my experience using the XML Source adapter in SSIS 2005 to load the data I extracted from SharePoint using the Data Retrieval service I blogged about in my last post. I had gotten...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Did you know… Use the Ctrl+D window to run Visual Studio commands

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    In both Visual Studio .NET 2003 and Visual Studio 2005, you can navigate to the find combo box (aka the Ctrl+D Window) on the standard toolbar and run commands. To use Press Ctrl+D anywhere in Visual Studio. Note: The command to reach the find combo box...
  • Van Kichline's WebLog

    Anatomy of DHTMLEd

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    The DHTML Editing Component is three things in two packages: TriEdit.dll is installed in \Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Triedit\. It implements an IOleDocument which aggregates Trident, the document object displayed by Internet Explorer...
  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    Rory Blyth... in a public restroom... with a man... doing stuff...

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    Amazingly hilarious clip ... Although I did notice that Rory touches the wall, and then he rubs his face... Knowing Rory, I think he's gonna get a new face some time soon. I'll be posting a list of all the other things that threw me off soon...
  • BCL Team Blog

    Why aren't there parsers for CodeDom? [David Gutierrez]

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    This is an interesting question, and the answer is a bit more than just "historical reasons." It's hard. Yes, it's just plain harder to parse code than it is to emit it. Parsing code is a good portion of what compilers do, and since most compilers are...
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