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  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Balazs Fejes has Mono Mania!

    Check out Balazs's post on using Mono for Fun . He walks through creating a client GUI end-to-end using Mono including designing the architecture, using db4objects for persistence, and nUnit for unit tests. Good stuff. How I Went Mono In the last 5...
  • David Wang

    The Return from TechEd 2005

    The return from TechEd 2005....
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Tell Me Why ????

    James has been recently wondering why "Microsoft, in their infinite wisdom, has decided to provide helper code in both C# & VB.Net that promotes bad OOP coding". He has a whole post outlining the problem as he sees it . He pinged me this evening...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Mapping audio topologies to mixer topologies

    Yesterday , I described the internal topology of an audio card. But there's no Windows API to expose that topology directly (you can generate the topology using the KS IOCTLs (KS stands for Kernel Streaming) but the reality is that it's not an API...
  • One Louder

    Employment gaps...what to do

    We've talked a bit about making a career change. A reader contacted me to ask for resume advice and we got onto the topic of gaps in employment and how to address them on a resume. Some of you out there may have worked through the same issue and might have some advice to offer. And recruiters out there can chime in with feedback on how they perceive gaps in employment. Here's the reader's situation... ...
  • Adam Nathan's Old Blog

    Blog archives are back

    In my latest round of struggling to get Community Server to behave the way I'd like it to, I've added the month-by-month archive links on the right. So you can now easily navigate my posts dating all the way back to April 2003. (Hmmm... 2004 was a quiet...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Responding to post on OTB and BlueJ

    [Please read my Disclaimer ] NOTE : I don't own Object Test Bench, I just happened to blog about it as I thought it was a hidden feature in VS 2005 and only discovered it when playing around with Class Designer. Recently, Michael Kölling, one of...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Visual Studio 2005 Launch - Week of Nov 8

    Officially announed at TechEd, VS 2005 will launch the week of November 8th!
  • The Design-Time Developer

    Links from today's ClickOnce Prerequisite webcast

    If you have found this post, but have not yet viewed the webcast, do not fear - you can review the on-demand version here within a day or so. The other webcasts in the ClickOnce, and broader MSDN Events Online, series can be found here . Now for the...
  • Brad Abrams

    Do you have CTP Madness??

    Our friends over at Channel9 just posted a cure for CTP Madness … Here is an excerpt from this site which helps you decide what builds work together… Community Technology Previews (CTPs) are regular interim releases of Microsoft technologies while...
  • Santomania

    ClearType Tuner makes your code (and everything else) look better

    Royo mentions his preference wrt coding fonts . I recently (re)discovered a tool which is just as important for developers - the ClearType Tuner. This little utility lets you tweak the Windowns XP ClearType settings to make text look... err... clearer...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Google Web Maps

    I've been working on a project that could benefit from an online mapping component, so I've been playing around with Google Maps . I'm not quite ready to unveil the project yet, but I do want to talk about what it takes to do the mapping portion - especially...
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