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  • Rakesh's Blog

    Chat with us.

    Our team will be holding MSDN online chats on Feb 1st. You can chat with the team that builds Class Designer. Visual Studio - Class Designer Chat with members of the Class Designer team. Class Designer offers visualization features to help you understand...
  • Antimail

    Rory's handwriting

    With a loud thud, Rory throws all graphologists in the dumpster: For those of you who don’t know, “graphology” is a pseudo-science with about as much validity as astrology or reading tea leaves. The idea is that all sorts of personality traits and characteristics...
  • Brad Abrams

    The .NET Framework brings you Super Bowl XXXIX

    Well, at least the opening sequence… ;-) By using Windows® SharePoint® Services, Windows Server System and the Microsoft .NET Framework, Digital Dimension was able to push its exciting new Super Bowl sequences through the process with tremendous speed...
  • Brad Abrams

    About Int32's DontTouchThis()

    On a recent post , someone asked about the Int32.DontTouchThis() method.. I thought more folks would want to hear it... From int32.cs #if _DEBUG private void DontTouchThis() { m_value = 0; } #endif Our C# compiler has some great logic for detecting unused...
  • Dariusz quatscht

    FIFA Worldcup 2006 is coming - Hooray!

    Today I signed in for some FIFA Worldcup 2006 tickets, hopefully I will be drawn. The prices are still high but the good thing is that they try to eliminate the black market for tickets as you have to provide your ID card number which will be stored on...
  • Toffer's WebLog

    what's this for? / a little about me...

    So, I created this blog so that I could use it to hopefully better hone my limited skills in C#. My skills probably fall somewhere between beginner and intermidiate, so anything a "good" coder would think is useful to me would be greatly appricated. ...
  • Kam VedBrat

    Now this is cool...

    Looks like folks are really starting to dig in on Avalon...
  • David Kline

    Accessing a WebService's WebRequest and WebResponse in NetCF

    One common question regarding the .NET Compact Framework involves the availability of the WebRequest and WebResponse objects used by the SOAP client when making a web service call. If you are using version 1 of the .NET Compact Framework (1.0.2268.0)...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    How well do you know algorithms?

    Shreyas Vijaykumar pointed out on his blog that the Imagine Cup algorithm invitational first round quiz is live! Go take the quiz and check out the message board today. -James (California State Univ., Long Beach)
  • Ozzie Rules Blogging

    Code Camp goes down under and Joel Pobar to visit Australia!

    Ever want to pitch a tent with Andrew ? Throw back a beer with Chuck (okay not that unusual an experience), argue the purity of conversions with Greg or discuss the internal workings of the common language runtime with one Redmond's top .NET Framwork...
  • Toffer's WebLog

    DateTime - Not As Simple As You Think

    The definition of the .NET DateTime structure is simple: The DateTime value type represents dates and times with values ranging from 12:00:00 midnight, January 1, 0001 Anno Domini (Common Era) to 11:59:59 P.M., December 31, 9999 A.D. (C.E.). Time values...
  • mikechampion's weblog

    Late January XML-related Links Roundup

    One of the things we're trying to do is help pull together interesting bits of information gleaned from XML-related weblogs and mailing lists that may be useful (especially within the WebData XML team) but might escape notice. Here are a few links that...
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