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  • Cyrus' Blather

    Eideh Shoma Mobarak!

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    The weather here is awful, and i did most o fmy celebrating last night since it was more conducive than a Sunday night, but still: Happy New Year to all!
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Workshop Work

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    If only I had actual woodworking talent......
  • Sushil's WebLog

    Our team blog is Online

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    The team in which I work is called DataWorks. I am excited to announce that we as a team have our own Web Log at http://blogs.msdn.com/dataaccess . Check out the message from our PUM (Product Unit Manager) - Alyssa. Via this blog, we look forward to get...
  • Sajee's WebLog

    Phalanger: PHP on .NET

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    First there was IronPython and now, Phalanger . And contrary to conventional wisdom, both seem to run faster [in most cases] on the CLR than their native implementations. I'm already pretty quite impressed with the CLR but when I see stuff like this,...
  • Sajee's WebLog

    Upcoming ISV Community Days

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    Mark your calendars. The next ISV Community Days session focusing on Smart Client development will be on May 19th at Grand Hyatt. I'll post registration information when it becomes available.
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Pump Up the Volume

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    This morning I was listening to some MP3s on my computer. A particularly fine tune came on (Holst's Second Suite for Military Band) and I wanted to crank the volume (I was wearing headphones so as not to disturb the cats or make the neighbors think I...
  • GuntherB's WebLog

    Shared Source Initiative extended to 7 additional countries in EMEA !

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    Hooray! The Shared Source Initiative has been extended to 7 additional countries in central and eastern Europe ! Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 source code will now be available to eligible enterprises, OEMs, system integrators, MVPs...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    April MSDN Webcasts calendars are ready

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    Angela Brobst just reminded yesterday that the webcasts calendars are ready for the month of April. As you know during the month of April 2005, we’ve got 100+ webcasts we’re running on Visual Studio 2005 and SQL Server 2005. You can thank Jon Byrum ,...
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    Estimation: Experience of the person doing the estimate

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    This is the single most important factor – but also the hardest bit to gain. It’s a classic Catch 22, you need to be experienced but how do you gain this without making mistakes? I’m not here to solve that one just to let you know this is vital. If pushed...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Do lawyers have a moral oligation to blog? Yes.

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    Kevin O'Keefe proposed in January that lawyers have a moral obligation to blog . Interesting idea...I agree. "The American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct and a number of states have ethical rules & guidelines saying a lawyer has...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Need help

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    We've been discussing covariant return types again and wanted to present some good numbers as to how many people really want this feature. i.e. is it just crazy old me, or do other developers hit this. If you do want it, please go to http://lab.msdn.microsoft...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Caveats about System.Diagnostics.StackTrace

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    The .Net frameworks provides the System.Diagnostics.StackTrace class which allows you to get a stack trace at runtime. This can be handy for diagnostic purposes such as implementing an assert dialog. However, beware of the following about the StackTrace...
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