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  • BCL Team Blog

    How Did System.Decimal Change from V1.0 to V1.1? [Anthony Moore]

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    There were very few noticeable changes between the V1.0 and the V1.1 release. One change that people sometimes notice is that Decimal looks different across the two versions. The changes are largely cosmetic, although in some rare cases applications have...
  • David L's Blog

    Total eclipse of the heart

    • 6 Comments
    I've been busy these last few months, having a sticky beak at a few J2 bits. Not for any particular reason, I just think there are some great Java technologies, such as Eclipse, JBoss, and JNote :) But this really blew me away...I was checking out the...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Mailbox full

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    "Mailbox full! Item returned to sender! Please clear up a little space or contact your administrator." Except this time my adminsitrator is the United States Post Office. Yes, that's right, my physical mailbox spam has gotten so bad that now i'm getting...
  • BCL Team Blog

    CodeDom now supports a way to generate code for CodeTypeMember [Vinaya Bhushana Gattam Reddy]

    • 10 Comments
    CodeDom now supports a way to generate code for CodeTypeMember. In V1.1 there is no way to generate a method without a type information using CodeDom. There are several tools and applications including ASP.Net had requirements to create a method without...
  • David L's Blog

    Great How-To Site

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    Just a quick one, I stumbled across this great blog tonight, and for anyone who needs a helping hand making heads or tails of blogging (what's the blogsphere!?), check out this site .
  • David L's Blog

    Mo' Templates

    • 1 Comments
    Jeez, Joe has been very busy on the VSTS front, and his blog is really showing it, he has some great articles, and for anyone who wants to stay in touch with VSTS as it moves through its early releases, I recommend you hook into Joe's feed. Good work...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    MED Podcast March 15th - Job Shadowing at Microsoft.

    • 2 Comments
    One of my colleagues in the Mobile and Embedded group had his son, Brad Butler in the office today on a Job Shadow with one of the Mobile and Embedded Product managers, Eric Engineer (I really think Eric should change his last name to Marketing!) –...
  • Test Guide

    Stuffing My Brain, Part 03

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    Scott Meyers . A standing room only crowd. Scott Meyers. Eight hours of Scott Meyers. Fun! Scott's all-day tutorial was titled "Better Software -- No Matter What". To summarize in a single sentence: quality is important. No surprise, right? The reason...
  • BCL Team Blog

    SafeHandle: A Reliability Case Study [Brian Grunkemeyer]

    • 29 Comments
    SafeHandle is the best way to represent handles in managed code today. For a high-level overview of what SafeHandle does, Ravi posted a writeup on the BCL blog titled SafeHandles: the best v2.0 feature of the .NET Framework . However, if anyone wants...
  • Jesper snackar dynga då och då. Här är beviset.

    Bubble free

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    I made it. One week ago , I challenged myself to one week without coffee, tea or fizzy drinks. By now, I'm officially decaffed and desugared. The full story is here ... Btw, Bazze, du är skyldig mig en öl. En Sort guld, tack. This posting is provided...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    QOTD: Paul Preiss

    "Architecture is about how you decide not what you decide" Thanks for the kind words Paul.
  • BCL Team Blog

    SafeHandles: the best V2.0 feature of the .NET Framework [Ravi Krishnaswamy]

    • 9 Comments
    Rather than giving a short response to Jeff Atwood's question, ' If you had to pick one, what is the single most important feature in 2.0 that platform developers should be experimenting with and exploiting as soon as they get their hands on it? ', I...
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