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  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Edit and continue is back!

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    One of my favorite features within Visual Studio 2005 is Edit and Continue. Although, only available within Windows Forms, it’s still a great feature. It was one of the things that I missed the most from Visual Studio. Here is a short video that can be...
  • sano the super geek

    Getting away from Application.DoEvents

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    Another great blog entry by Jessica Fosler: Keeping your UI Responsive and the Dangers of Application.DoEvents .
  • Tom Hollander's blog

    A hard earned thirst needs a better cold beer

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    Anyone who has spent any amount of time in Australia is no doubt familiar with VB. VB is the lowest common denominator of Aussie beers. You can get it everywhere; it tastes OK but it's nothing special. Yet thousands of people are not aware that there...
  • Srinath Vasireddy

    Guidance on migrating VB6 apps to VB.NET

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    My group ( patterns & practices ) has published a draft of VB6 upgrade guidance to GDN community space. The Guide covers many technical challenges (like COM+, unsupported featues, API call, etc.) but also addresses the process of migration: asessment...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    ASP.NET 2.0 Sample Themes

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    Here is a pretty good example of using ASP.NET 2.0 Themes . You can download the themes from here .
  • Carter Maslan

    Omar's JPEG Hammer to the rescue

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    JPEG Hammer is a great utility to correct JPEG EXIF information (e.g. Date/Time a picture was taken). I had hundreds of old photos without any date information and wanted them to show up on my flickr calendar-view correctly. A few "Edit/Select All" operations...
  • David Wang

    HOWTO: Use IIsWebFile to fine grain control IIS behavior

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    A relatively unknown and unadvertised behavior of IIS is that its features are often more granular than exposed via the IIS Manager UI. In other words, the UI constrains you to a pre-determined set of supported and often-used scenarios, both for your...
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    Introducing Hovervue...

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    Got a chance to code some today and I finally got around to getting Hovervue all packaged up and usable by anyone who's interested. You can get the full scoop on my personal blog . You can also see screenshots here which are pretty self-explanatory as...
  • Rob Caron

    Team Foundation Server & Project Server

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    Update: For more recent guidance on this topic, see this post . Another frequently asked question around Team Foundation Server – does it replace Microsoft Project Server? The short answer – no, it doesn’t. Team Foundation Server specializes in...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Lessons from nullable: Superstars + Feedback

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    Soma (my boss's boss's boss's boss) recently blogged about how the CLR took a major change to fix Nullable . There are 2 lessons here. First, this is a lesson in super-stars. Some background: this was a major change done very late in the game. That's...
  • Rob Caron

    Suggested Reading (Project Management Edition) - 2005-08-13

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    Project Management Eli Robillard on Project Management and Task Switching Darrell Norton on Rapid Results without a Rugby Scrum Mike Diehl on Requirements and establishing priorities Joel Semeniuk on Why I Like CMMI and Documentation <>...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Use Windows 2003 Server and remote desktops for debugging

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    When debugging a process, you are often examining the context of a process at a breakpoint. When done, you resume the suspended process. However, just the act of resuming causes various events to fire that may not have fired when not debugging. These...
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