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  • Buck Hodges

    Using Source Code Control in Team Foundation

    Chris Menegay's article on MSDN, Using Source Code Control in Team Foundation , provides a good overview of some of the major features. As a part of Visual Studio 2005 Team System and the new Team Foundation Server, Microsoft is providing a true...
  • Zandoná Mobile®

    .NET Compact Framework V2 is ready!!!

    Mike Zintel , from the .NET Compact Framework team, just posted that the quality assurance team signed off on version 2.0! He also goes, in detail, over the project cycle of .NET CF (or a product development in general inside MS), its milestones, testing...
  • Rob Caron

    TFSQL2005AnswerFile.ini - Found

    For Beta 3, there was supposed to be an .ini file in the Team Foundation Server image for installing SQL Server 2005 silently from the command line. As fate would have it, that file never found its way into that image. I just finished posting it to the...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Record your demo

    During the recent Code Camp 4 we did a “Record Your Demo” session. I am in the process of editing will post the them. In this video available here , Patrick Hynds takes a look at the new server control features available within Visual Studio 2005...
  • jfo's coding

    Customer questions / whidbey sample code

    Here is a collection of samples I've written in the past few days to answer your questions from the MSDN forums, etc. I hope you find these helpful - keep the questions coming! How can I intercept the mouse down on a ToolStripGrip? How do I use Table...
  • Euan Garden's BLOG

    Lots of PASS posts on SQL Junkies right now

    Too many to list individually but check out; before they start scrolling
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    The Big Ones

    Another post for the day:
  • Euan Garden's BLOG

    Correction from Don Keilys Blog

    Don does not allow comments and I can’t send a mail but hopefully he will pick up on this link; SQLCMD is written in C++ not .Net and it does indeed use SQLNCLI. It also has a very small footprint and we will be provding a redist for it sometime...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    360 Degree Review

    A few months ago I participated in a “360 degree review” where my colleagues, manager, peers, and direct reports answer a series of questions about my management and work styles. I recently got the results back and figured the results would go nicely...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog


    Now that CEDB is deprecated in Windows Mobile 5.0, you may be running across one gotcha in the EDB API, namely, CeGetDatabaseProps(). From reading the docs, you might think that you can call CeGetDatbaseProps like this: CeGetDatabaseProps(m_hDb, &wNumProps...
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Abriendo Puertas con XML

    When Win Office 2003 shipped, there was a great deal of debate as to the “openness” of Microsoft’s use of XML. The debate resurfaced with the announcement of the new Office 12 XML-based file formats, and it’s been further brought to the fore in recent...
  • Rob's Rhapsody

    Dictation deletion commands

    Continuing on my theme of diving deeper into dictation commands, today I’ll tell you all about the commands you can use to delete text from your documents: Here’s a recap of the dictation commands used to delete text: “Delete [ word or phrase...
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