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  • Don Syme's WebLog on F# and Related Topics

    Chinese Chess in F#

    Well, I'm amazed. Out of the blue comes an implementation of Chinese Chess written in 2000 lines of F# by Đinh Thi Thuy Nga and Nguyen Van Thien from the Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh City . And boy, what an implementation! This thing...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Attention podcast part 2, Joshua Porter and Alex Barnett

    Here's the second of the two part Attention podcast Skype call I recorded with Joshua Porter : Part 2: .(mp3, 46mb, 48min) Part 1 notes ( .mp3, 43mb, 45min) We've already got some feedback to the first half/part of the podcast. In particular...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    What Devices am I carrying - November edition

    I got reminded by a customer that I haven't updated the - what devices am I carrying post for the past couple of months - so it's about time I updated it! Last post I was desperate to get my hands on an HTC Wizard and an i300 - my wishes were granted...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows CE: Drivers can delay o/s boot.

    When building a custom Windows CE 5.0 operating system there's a good chance you may be developing drivers for the system - Drivers can slow the boot process of your device, but how ? You should be aware of the load order of drivers on your device...
  • venkatna's (Venkat Narayanan's) WebLog Gadgets information

    We had a release a couple days ago to sandbox gadgets and some other small bug fixes. An unintended side effect is the ability to host a third party gadget on other web sites. Donavon , gadget developer has a post explaining how he got it to work. This...
  • notes and rants

    Proposal Time

    No, not that kind of proposal. It's the time of the year when proposals for several testing conferences are due. I'm waffling on whether to submit for STAR East this year since I was just at STAR West (currently, I'm leaning toware not submitting a propsal...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Tim. SDN ain't exactly sorted

    Tim Bray : "Oh yes, and since we’re talking about standards, would MSDN please get a clue !?!?." Good call Tim, however, I'd like to point out SDN ain't exactly 'sorted '. I agree, we should sort this mess out.
  • Paul Andrew

    DevX Article by Todd Kitta on WF in ASP.NET

    DevX has just published an introductory article on using Windows Workflow Foundation in ASP.NET . It's a nice read to give you an introduction to how workflow can benefit an ASP.NET web developer.
  • Jeff Beehler's Blog

    Ask mode: New reason to postpone bugs?

    As a response to my latest post about Team Foundation entering ask mode, TAG responded asking if this was: One more reason to postpone *BUGS* ? This simple comment really got me to thinking. As such, I thought I’d spend a little time explaining...
  • Roberdan

    Tributo ad Antonio Lostia

    Antonio è morto. il mio sardo preferito lo han trovato sul divano, con la copertina addosso. 28 anni. un abbraccio agli amici di Ferrari. Viva Antonio. No comment. non ho altre parole ma voglio usare questi spazi per ricordarlo. una persona veramente...
  • Roberdan

    Resources for Moving to the Microsoft Collaboration Platform

    Link This page provides resources for organizations that are evaluating a move from another collaborative platform, such as Lotus Notes, to a Microsoft Collaboration Platform. The resources are intended to help you in planning and making this transition...
  • Roberdan

    IBM Debuts Workplace Forms: pensate ad Infopath e vedrete da soli la differenza ;-)

    by Demir Barlas and Tamina Vahidy, Line56 Wednesday, November 23, 2005 IBM has released IBM Workplace Forms, a solution that has three components: a viewer ($188 per user) ...
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