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  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    C# Content Strategist...

    I got an email from Elden Nelson (the alter-ego of this guy ), who is a muckety-muck (well, perhaps only a single muckety) in MSDN, and he let me know that there is an opening for MSDN for the C# Content Strategist, a position that at one time was held...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    debugging tips

    VS debugger developer Jim Griesmer has been blogging a series of debugger tips . I'm pretty excited about tracepoints - the ability to add in logging code without having to modify your code seems really useful.
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Nelson Launch

    On Monday Chris visited Nelson as part of the Regional user group tour on Monday. I understand that there were lots of questions and eveyone learned something they didn't already know. Daniel Ballinger organized the group and had almost 20 people attend...
  • Jeremy Collins's WebLog

    Your liking for that Greenpeace man amazes me.

    I just saw this in a junk email, down at the bottom. It's just a jumble of keywords, but I thought it looked poetic. ee cummings for the new generation. head. "Boh!" he playfully absorb shouted at her ear. leaf "Never tell me again cell I of mixed...
  • Sadagopan's blog

    MFC 3.0 to WM 5.0

    I am going to take a detour and talk about something closer to home. As I stated before, I am now in the VSD team and we have shipped a set of tools and libraries in VS 2005 to make the life of device developers easier. However, this is turning out to...
  • Alex Barnett's blog


    J.D Lasica, author of a most excellent read, Darknet, points to the new, new Darknet . The Lightnet. "You've heard of the Darknet. Now try on its antithesis: Lightnet. An intiguing new meme from Lucas Gonze , with contributions by Mike Linksvayer...
  • Buck Hodges

    C# 3.0 features

    I just read Ian Griffiths' post on C# 3.0 and LINQ - Expression Trees (linked from Jomo Fisher's C# 3.0 post , which was linked in John Rivard's Why Visual Studio targets only one version of the .NET Framework , which was in a link from Soma's Multi-targeting...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    More Attention / OPML podcasts:

    Steve Gillmor with Dave Winer : "And speaking of AttentionTech, all three parts of the Dave Winer/Dan Farber special are now on line. Ladies and gentlemen, start your business models…" The Big Suitcase Part I Hello and welcome to the...
  • Working the Spoken Word

    Microsoft Speech Technology Bloggers

    Update 26 Jan 2006: I've updated this information and posted it in an article . See the article for the most up-to-date information. They're on a lot of blogrolls, but who are these people and what do they actually do every day? Here's a quick overview...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Note to self

    Note to self: You will check the spelling of any names before hitting post You will check the spelling of any names before hitting post You will check the spelling of any names before hitting post You will check the spelling of any names...
  • Tasks and Time Management in Outlook

    A word about Color Categories and Outlook 2003 Quick Flags

    I already posted this to the Beta1 newsgroup, but it seems appropriate to post here as well. While people liked colored flags in Outlook 2003, for many, over time, the meaning of the colored flag was lost ("was green Carson Project or Drew Project...
  • Tasks and Time Management in Outlook

    How did we get here?

    In our research for Outlook 12, we* found that less than 30 percent of Outlook users use the Tasks portion of Outlook, despite the fact that during site visits, we saw that people desperately needed help organizing the action items they need to do. From...
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