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  • Buggin' My Life Away

    OSS and Deaf Developers?

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    I came across this rant about feature requests in Gnome. I have to confess a sense of siding with the OSS developers on this one. The author of the editorial doesn't get into full swing until she quotes the following statement from the Gnome web site...
  • DC's .Net Client Blogs

    BindingSource and BindingList Of T - DataBinding made simple!

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    In Whidbey we have new classes: BindingSource and BindingList<T> which should make DataBinding really easy even when binding to business objects. Main advantages are: - BindingSource hooks on to property changes of the current item and fires ListChanged...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    ZDNet interviews Ray Ozzie on the Microsoft - Groove deal

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    ZDNet interviews Ray Ozzie on the Microsoft - Groove deal ...2 good questions asked, and more : Why did you sell Groove to Microsoft? Ozzie: From my standpoint, I build software to have a big impact on customers--that's the point of all this. Looking...
  • Omar Shahine

    Got my Treo 650

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    Yesterday I received my Treo 650. I'll post a full review later on (compare it from the perspective of some one who has used Pocket PC from 1.0 to 2003 SE and SmartPhone 2002/3). The last Palm I used was a Palm V many years ago. And before that I used...
  • Kam VedBrat

    Start.com

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    MSN has a news aggregator. Many years ago http://start.com would take you to the MSN.com homepage (well, maybe not many years...). They've been busy making some really great stuff over in RedWest...
  • Kam VedBrat

    Dean on Presenting

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    Dean posts what someone heard when he talked about presentations ...hey where's that rss feed?
  • Kam VedBrat

    Welcome Ray Ozzie!

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    Ray Ozzie has joined Microsoft to be our new CTO, along with the rest of the folks at Groove Networks. You can read all about it on Groove's site , or check out the Microsoft Press Release .
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Sir Roger Penrose provides 'A Complete Guide to the Laws of the Universe'.

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    If you like mathematics, physics, or the Universe for that matter, then you might be interested in this audio interview at IT Conversations with Sir Roger Penrose , Professor of Mathmatics, Oxford University, discussing his new book, Road to Reality ...
  • Tom Hollander's blog

    Localization anyone?

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    Having recently made the move from Australia to the United States, I'm acutely aware that the world is not all the same. Even though people here speak the same language (kind of :-), there are lots of little differences in things like culture, spelling...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Ten Reasons Why Blogging is Good For Your Career

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    Tim Bray, who works for Sun Microsystems has written up a great list of why blogging is good for your career . I completely agree and suggest you take a look at his list if you’ve been wondering the same thing. Thanks to Michael Rys for pointing it out...
  • JRoxe's WebLog

    More on VB6 Support

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    There have been a lot of questions raised about the “end” of support for Visual Basic 6.0 recently that are worthwhile addressing. Let’s just get the biggest question out of the way: Support is not ending. Let me say that again: Support is not ending...
  • Ryan Storgaard's Blog

    ASP.NET 2.0 – MSDN Deep Dive Follow Up Resources

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    Hey guys, as promised during the Deep Dive presentation, here’s a bunch of resources regarding ASP.NET 2.0 I wanted to pass onto you. Enjoy!! Deep Dive resources (PPT & code) http://msdn.microsoft.ca/DeepDive Ideablade’s website Code Snippets – Access...
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