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  • One Louder

    OK...I am here and it is pretty cool!

    Well, the drive through Queens from the airport was kind of painful (rush hour, etc.), but Times Square (or is it Time Square) totally rocks (right outside my window) and so does my hotel. So far, I've visited the room service menu, the mini bar and the...
  • Steve Rowe's Blog

    Code Editor Learning Curves

    A friend of mine put this together. It's a graphical representation of the learning curve for some common code editors. It seems quite accurate.
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    BTS Quick Starts from Luke

    Luke is providing training for young BTS Jedis... If you are looking for a good way to learn BizTalk Server 2004, check out his Quick Start Guides ... He's got two now, one for Installing the beast , and one for Hello, BizTalk World .
  • Roberdan

    TechNet MicroSeminar

    Vi comunico che il prossimo 19 novembre si terrà presso la nostra sede il numero 0 di una nuova tipologia di eventi chiamati “ TechNet MicroSeminar”. Il format e’ molto semplice: un evento di tre ore che va a coprire in profondità un argomento...
  • David Fries' WebLog

    Lazy Mail

    Have you ever sent out an email saying: "Hey, check out the new Britney Spears video <hypothetical link/>! It's HOT HOT HOT!" Only instead of sending the mail to your buddy Alan, you sent it to the "All Employees" alias? Then you frantically send...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Back to my VC++, COM and ATL days and that oh so humble string

    A few months back I was working on a nice little project that had to be developed in VC++ to meet the customer’s requirements. One of the goals of the project was to make extensive use of the Internet Explorer Web browser control. So with that in mine...
  • hongmeig's WebLog

    System.Runtime.CompilerServices.InternalsVisibleTo works

    This is a very sneaky feature which has been discovered or blogged by quite a few .net gurus. I just want to give a simple example as how to declare it properly. Let us say you are developing a core assembly called MyAssembly. And you also developed another...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    What kind of music do you listen to?

    Personally when I am coding I like to stick to some form of instrumental music, more specifically techno or classical, this is becuase I don't have the words to distract my thoughts. While inbetween some coding this evening I saw a great post on Dan Fernadez...
  • Aali's blog

    Hello World!

    As a long time developer I have written the title of this post countless times in the code editor. Now I finally took the time to create a public blog and it suits perfectly as the title in the first post!
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Wal-Mart Imperialism

    Aren't you a little short to be a Stormtrooper? I'm still laughing...
  • Anna Liu's Weblog

    Importance of engineering models before the actual build

    Call me a control freak, but I really like to know what I'm going to get before I buy something. Not just how the box and wrapping looks, but the internal engineering details. I used to work for CSIRO - with a group of other diehard computer engineers...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Answering follow-up questions about .NET Framework and language pack setups

    Hey all, I posted an article yesterday about .NET Framework setup packaging , and I got some really good follow-up questions that I want to address. Instead of just posting answers in the comments section of my other article I decided to create a new...
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