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  • Jochen Seemann's Blog

    New DSL Tools CTP for Visual Studio Beta 2

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    I am very happy to announce the availability of the new "May 2005 CTP" release of the Microsoft DSL Tools. You can find the download page here . The highlights of this release are: Support for Visual Studio Beta 2. New features for the model...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Introducing the Class Designer

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    The Class Designer is a new visual tool in Visual Studio 2005 that is used to examine and manipulate the structure of classes and other types. The Class Designer provides a synchronized editing relationship between the visual palette and the applications...
  • IEBlog

    Windows 2000 moves into Extended Support after June 30th

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    There are two important events that will happen to the support policy for Windows 2000 after June 30th of this year. First, support for both IE 5.01 SP3 and IE 6 SP1 on Windows 2000 SP3 will expire. Users running IE 5.01 or IE 6 SP1 on Windows 2000...
  • Tim Sneath

    Some Cool Avalon Apps

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    I just wanted to highlight a few really cool Avalon applications that have already been written (or at least are at a stage where you can download the bits and play with them): Electric Rain Zam3D . A 3D modelling tool that can be used to export XAML...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    What's wrong with your code?

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    I've gone through all the examples that I was planning on talking about, so I'm looking for more examples. If you have one in mind, please drop me an email .
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    What's wrong with this code #7 - Discussion

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    In this edition , I presented a small chunk of code that attempted to hook the signal handlers, so that we could do something smart when the user hits CTRL-C, rather than just rolling over and dying (rolling over optional). But before I discuss the...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    Friday Silliness - What Video Game Character am I ...

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    Most Wednesdays I take part in a bar quiz at my local bar in Seattle. Every week I am a spare part. Being English my knowledge of American politics, history and pop culture amount to zero. And then last week my one shining moment! A round on Classic Videogames...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    Mobilizer Madness Comes to TechEd!

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    TechEd Orlando is coming up in a little over a week (June 6th thru 10th)! There's already a wait list of people who want to go because TechEd brings in a big audience who are engaged in all sorts of different parts of Microsoft's business. If you're one...
  • Nonnenberg's Notes

    Debugger Visualizer: Advanced Dataset Visualizer

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    This is the most advanced visualizer I've seen so far. And it's also the first restricted visualizer I've seen: it has an expiration date, and no source code to help you build your own for this one... With that preface out of the way, let's talk about...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    What Video Game Character I am

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    Sweet I am a Defender-ship . I am fiercely protective of my friends and loved ones, and unforgiving of any who would hurt them. Speed and foresight are my strengths, at the cost of a little clumsiness. I’m most comfortable with a few friends, but sometimes...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Yiru on Debugging LCG

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    Yiru's got a great piece up on using SOS to debug code that was emitted using Whidbey's new Lightweight CodeGen feature. Debugging any code written at the IL level can be tricky for anyone who doesn't have Partition III of ECMA committed to mind. LCG...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Mike Downen Starts Blogging

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    After months of telling me that he's just about to start blogging, Mike Downen , the guy who's in charge of designing CLR security features, finally got his blog setup today . His first post is about obfuscation, and future posts will go into some of...
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