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  • Rob Caron

    Mike Gunderloy on The Human Face of Microsoft

    In an editorial for Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine, Mike Gunderloy offers an opinion about the impact blogging has had on Microsoft employees, customers and Microsoft products (in particular, Team System). I’m curious to read the comments that...
  • Rob Caron

    MSF for CMMI Process Improvement Webcast & Chat

    On Thursday, August 18th, David Anderson will be presenting a Webcast introducing MSF for CMMI Process Improvement . Immediately following the Webcast, we’ll switch over to an MSDN Online chat to field and answer specific questions about MSF for CMMI...
  • TS Tidbits

    Heartland (fomerly Great Lakes) Area Tech Night Live

    Tech Night Live – September 2005 Please plan to attend one of the SIX cities where we will be holding Tech Night Live in September. Agenda All events are 630p to 930p Attendance is recommended for any technical individuals working...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    MDbg Sample is updated for Beta 2 and RTM

    The Mdbg (a managed debugging written in pure C#) sample, which includes full source, has now been updated and released. The previous sample was for beta 1. This new sample has been updated for Whidbey beta 2 and will also be compatible with the final...
  • Misha Shneerson

    Back from vacation. ActionsPane, Part 0.

    I took some time off from work for a family vacation. We spent our relaxation week on Vancouver Island in Canada. Here is more info since already couple of people have asked. The place we stayed at is called Beach Acres in Parksville, BC. We rented an...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    5 Tips for surviving as a Tester

    These tips apply for all testers, not just Microsofties.  What other tips would you include in this list? Bend over backwards to help your dev You’re going to be breaking his/her code for the rest of your careers together, so you want to have a great...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    The 'lego' slide

    The centerpiece to any presentation I give on Visual Studio 2005 Team System (at least the slide portion), is what we lovingly refer to as the 'lego' slide, as shown below: My colleague Thom Robbins has come up with a way to make this big picture...
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    Another upcoming C# language chat

    We've got another C# language chat coming up tomorrow at 1pm (PACIFIC time). Scott has posted all the relevant links and schedules but here's a direct link to the actual entry for tomorrow's session . I won't be there but there will be plenty of team...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog


    I cold call a lot. Every day. Cold-calling is a bit like going on repeated blind dates; I have a short window of time to make a good impression, and I really hope you will like me enough to continue. Most of the time people are receptive and...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    New SourceSafe Utility: DATAWIZ

    Here's a little internal Microsoft dirt: I'm the person behind the scenes who reviews and approves or rejects all gotdotnet User Samples submissions. For the record, this will not always be my job (things change) but for now, I actually look forward to...
  • Steven Sinofsky's Microsoft TechTalk

    Oopsie -- anonymous comments turned on

    Anonymous comments are now enabled. Sorry about that! --Steven
  • Test Guide

    Killing Me Hardly With Its Trash Talk

    I've been trying to figure out how to unit test Avalon applications. One might think (I sure did) that anybody building a brand new framework would automatically make it unit test friendly, but when that brand new framework is Avalon one would be wrong...
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