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  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    Enterprise Library Webcasts

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    As David Hayden notes in this post , the Patterns and Practices team has a series of webcasts about the recently released Enterprise Library . Some have already happened, some are still to come, but all are or will be available as recordings. Note: All...
  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    Adding Ink Controls to .NET Applications

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    Last Friday (Redmond time) there was a Webcast that I really wanted to see on using the InfiNotes Note Taking Framework built by Agilix Labs Inc. as an extension to the Tablet PC SDK and Visual Studio .Net Development environment. From the TabletPC webcasts...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    Find Out More About MSN's Web-based RSS Aggregator at Start.com

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    Steve Rider, one of the great folks behind start.com , has started a category on his blog devoted to the site. His first post discusses some of the changes they've made to the site in the past week. He writes As soon as I finish this post I'll be digging...
  • Dariusz quatscht

    Techtalk zu Visual Studio Team System

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  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    Using MapPoint to implement a Geofence

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    Chandu Thota (of BlogMap fame) has a link to an MSDN article on implementing a Geofence with MapPoint Location Server. "What's a Geofence?" I hear you cry. I'm glad someone asked. From the article: A geofence is a geographical region that you define and...
  • Visual Studio For Devices

    VS2005 Device Command Shell v0.99 now available

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    Latest version available on: http://www.gotdotnet.com/workspaces/workspace.aspx?id=50618f79-c7b1-4588-9c0a-cf4ddae8092a Updates Include: -All CE aliases now registered by default (no need to run “DeviceCommandShell.Connect.DeviceCommanShell alias” on...
  • Riding Herd

    Stunning PDC details revealed!

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    Okay, maybe not so stunning, but in response to several requests that have come in from commenters and private email, I’m happy to be able to share a few key details that might help those of you trying to figure out your conference plans and budget for...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    Considerate Computing

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    I was lazily reading the Italian version of Scientific American , and I got on a very interesting article [ per noi italiani, il link è questo ]: the point of the author was that computer and devices often interrupt us with events demanding our attention...
  • Steve Rowe's Blog

    Sony's Cell Microprocessor

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    Things have been too busy for me to write any more articles lately. To tide you over, here is something I found interesting: The Cell Processor is going to be the heart and soul of the next Playstation. It is a joint effort between Sony, Toshiba, and...
  • Russ Keldorph's WebLog

    LNK4217

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    The other day, someone sent me a mail wondering what the following linker warning meant: warning LNK4217: locally defined symbol __rt_sdiv imported in function main The linker issues this diagnostic or its cousin LNK4049 (locally defined symbol SYMBOL...
  • Data Access blog

    Welcome!

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    Welcome to the DataWorks team blog. If you’re a regular on our MSDN site http://msdn.microsoft.com/data , the public newsgroups or follow Angel’s or Sushil’s blogs you’ve already run across some of the folks from this team. We wanted to create this team...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Windows Programming Notes

    URL Case Sensitivity and Assembly Loading

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    URL is case sensitive. In Windows file names are case insensitive. When these two meet, you can sense some inconsistence here. When an http assembly is requested, it has to be copied into download cache, before it is returned to you. Download cache is...
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