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  • AdamU's WebLog

    Hmm, High-Nerd: Nerdier than I thought I was.

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    I think it was all that Math, plus spending 10 years working in Nuclear Power Plants so that I know elements fairly well that pumped it up so high.
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2005-03-31

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    FYI – I’m not covering the pricing and licensing debate in this post. I’m still plowing through the large volume of blog posts, articles and e-mail I’ve accumulated on the topic. I’ll be blogging about it soon. Visual...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    Lukas, Connect, HDD Failure and VS2005/VSTS

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    I’ve been out of contact for a few days (estimation will continue soon) and there are a few items I should mention: Lukas rocks – we know it – so should you…. Seriously, we got this though a few months back and the process is just real now so congratulations...
  • Windows Embedded Standard (Standard 7, Standard 2009, XPe...)

    Bad news for low power devices

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    Transmeta is making drastic changes in their organization, here’s the scoop from CNET . I knew they were looking for an exit from the CPU market but now it’s more official. Their Efficeon proc was exciting when i got my hands on the first one last Fall...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Star Trek Survey - Results are in...

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    No big surprises for this weeks survey… 42% Next Generation. Which was the best Star Trek Series ? Prompt Count Pct Star Trek (original series) 13 20.31% Next Generation 27 42.19% ...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    I Stand Corrected - We're Not The First GDN Team

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    OK, when I am wrong, I can admit it. And I have been informed I have had a few posts that need some fact-checking. I was always under the impression that GDN was a "Skunkworks"—one of those cool things that happens at Microsoft when people throw away...
  • Heath Stewart's blog

    64-bit Windows is Here

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    Yesterday was a truly remarkable day. Not since Windows NT 3.1 released in 1993 have we seen such a shift in computing on Windows to another architecture. Windows Server 2003 SP1 for x64 and Windows XP Professional for x64 were released to manufacturing...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    What else happened yesterday?

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    Yesterday, a few hours before RTM, my blog posting was almost ready, I realized that this blog entry, being posted a few hours before RTM of SP1, had the potenial of becoming 'influencial' to my career. Well, at least I decided not to blog. Only to find...
  • jfo's coding

    Getting the "blue" themed border color

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    "What color can I use for borders - InactiveCaption is close, but doesnt work in Silver?" System.Windows.Forms.VisualStyles.VisualStyleInformation.TextControlBorder Prior to Whidbey, you would have to directly use the UxTheme API . I would recommend waiting...
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    Data transfer in Avalon

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    Data transfer in Avalon is all about sharing data between applications. Getting your data from one place to another is a very basic part of your computer interaction. The two most commonly used mechanism to move data from one app to another is through...
  • Rob Caron

    Capacity, Velocity, and Productivity

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    In planning our 4th Sprint, which is currently in progress, we wrestled with determining how much backlog each individual and the team as a whole can deliver. The part that was difficult was figuring out how much cost affects each person on the team....
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    An Apple a day...

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    Keeps John Kennedy up waaaay too late editing videos for the web. Find out how we recorded the new tutorial videos and what John learned from the experience. – Mike
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