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  • Omar Shahine

    Real World Camera Raw

    Since getting my Nikon D70 I have struggled with different image editing applications to process the RAW images. For a while I was using Nikon Capture 4.1, but was never satisfied with the application due to it's many bugs, quirks, and horrible user interface...
  • Jeff Lucovsky's blog

    Team Foundation Alerts

    Team Foundation alerts are a way for users to receive notifications when certain conditions occur. You can subscribe to these alerts on your client system through Team -> Alerts. Team Foundation sends alerts for these events -- each of these events...
  • simon.says

    Asia Pacific Strategic Architect Forum 2005

    This week I'm in Australia (Gold Coast) for the Asia Pacific Architect Forum, a yearly gathering to talk about Microsoft's roadmap, directions and products - in relation to software architecture. This morning kicked off with a keynote by Martin Fowler...
  • Omar Shahine

    dasBlog 1.7.5016.2 released

    We've released dasBlog 1.7.5016.2. This is a release to address almost every bug that was reported since releasing 1.7.5016.1. There is an important Cross Site Security Vulnerability fix in this release and it's recommended that everyone upgrade. ...
  • Write Ahead Blog

    Download and try the InfoPathBroker sample

    Following up on my previous article , I decided to provide a sample that people could try for building InfoPath interfaces to SQL Service Broker applications. The sample is a simple expense report form being submitted to backend HR broker service. You...
  • Soaked in CIDER !

    How can TypeDescriptor and TypeDescriptionProvider be used?

    Brian explains how these features in whidbey can be used to design abstract forms. As usual, a great post by Brian .
  • All About Interop

    Novell revs LDAP lib for .NET

    Novell's ldapcsharp library provides direct LDAP access to any .NET app. It's open source....
  • Slava Oks's WebLog

    Be aware: a new section in my blog

    Periodically, I bump into unusual behavior, features, of compiler, operating system, strange design and coding decisions made by someone else that makes me wonder. After giving it some thought, I often come to the conclusion that behavior or observed...
  • All About Interop

    About this Blog

    This Blog is dedicated to exploring interop opportunities between .NET-based systems and other systems. The key approaches to interop covered here include: W eb services, REST/POX, message queues, dedicated bridges, and others. Dino Chiesa is the primary...
  • All About Interop

    Issues with "Contract First" Design

    Avoiding the pitfalls inherent in the contract-first design approach....
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Tool to allow inline IL in C# / VB.Net

    C# doesn’t support inline IL. As an experiment, I wrote a post-compiler tool that allows primitive IL inlining for C# / VB.Net (or any .net language). (My main goal here was I actually wanted to try out fxcop and needed some pet project to do it with...
  • Glen's old blog

    .NET Pub Club from Atlanta on 2/17 - follow up

    Thanks to the great number of you that stuck around after the MSDN Event in Atlanta on 2/17. I hope you had fun. Brendon Schwartz (one of the Atlanta .NET Regular Guys ) shot and assembled this photostory of the event and pub club. Thanks, Brendon!
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