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  • Sushil's WebLog

    Getting Notifications to Work.

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    With good things said about Notification in my previous blog, I will like to take a step further to walk you through some common issues in setting up this feature. We would need to undestand how notifications internally work to track some of these issues...
  • Man vs Code

    Washington Ski Season - DOA

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    Because of the infamous "Pineapple Express", the Washington ski season has basically ended. See for yourself . This has been the worst season in my lifetime. However, we do have water rationing to look forward to this summer.
  • Michael Creasy's blog

    Sony will offer an upgrade to Media Center 2005

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    If you've got a Sony Media Center PC and want an upgrade to Media Center 2005, you'll want to click here .
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Transfering a pointer across processes

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    I seem to be "Riffing on Raymond " more and more these days, I'm not sure why, but.. Raymond Chen's post today on the type model for Win64 got me to thinking about one comment he made in particular: Notice that in these inter-process communication scenarios...
  • John Eldridge : Windows CE Debugging

    Controlling PB docking windows

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    Minor tip here, but I know I was thrilled the first time I learned it. The docking windows view used to really annoy me because of the way they'd decide to position themselves as I'd drag the window. Well, you can just hold CTRL key while dragging to...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Code Camp OZ

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    It started as a wacky idea many many months ago and now Mitch Denny posts the details about the upcoming Code Camp Oz , to be held April 23 and 24 at Charles Sturt University – Wagga Wagga Campus . Great work Mitch , Greg , Chuck and Andrew . ...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Macros

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    In the C# design, there are a number of cases where we decided on more limited functonality than C++ for the sake of simplicity. One of those decisions was the decision to not support macros. Thomas wrote that this is something that he really misses ...
  • Brad Abrams

    Designing great frameworks training: Rich Type System

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    Continuing on the weekly series , today we posted the session on A Rich Type System. Thanks for watching the last week’s session on naming conventions and coming that chat… Last week we had over 90 people at the chat. If you missed it there will be a...
  • The Design-Time Developer

    I'm no arsonist, but...

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    I'm sure that some of the recipients of the email with the following subject may interpret it differently than intended, especially given the current frustration around spam: Participate in InternetOpinionGroup now and get gasoline on us You would think...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    New resources for jumpstarting your application development

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    The Enterprise Library was released this weekend, and if you like the idea of avoiding reinventing the wheel, you should definitely take a look. Enterprise Library is a collection of seven reusable and extensible application blocks for enterprise .NET...
  • The Old New Thing

    Why did the Win64 team choose the LLP64 model?

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    To avoid breaking persistence formats....
  • Tom Hollander's blog

    EntLib in BlogLand

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    Enterprise Library has only been out 3 days, but there's already all sorts of stuff going on in BlogLand, both from Enterprise Library team members and other people out in the community. Check out the following: Scott Densmore explains the configuration...
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