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  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    UConn Huskies Ranked #3

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    The UConn Huskies , my alma mater, is ranked #3 in the preseason NCAA Mens' Basketball poll . It's nice to see the Huskies highly ranked again -- last year was a bit of a disappointment after their championship in 2004. The road is going to be tough though...
  • MSBuild Team Blog

    How To: Recursively Copy Files Using the <Copy> Task

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    Have you ever run into a situation where you had to recursively copy files from one folder into another as a part of your build process? We certainly have run into it a few times, and I thought I'd share with you a neat trick that involves the use of...
  • The MSDN Subscription Team Blog

    Ready to Rock!

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    It's launch day! Longtime musical group Cheap Trick opened up this morning's launch of Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005, and BizTalk Server 2006 with an updated rendition of “Hello There” before turning over the floor to Steve Ballmer to introduce...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Launch, Launch, Launch

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    In my 5 years in the business, today is the today I'm most proud of. Not because we are finished with BizTalk Server 2006 - we are not - but we are making lots of progress having released our second CTP build that works on the RTM versions of SQL and...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    VSTO 2005 Launch- Ready to Rock

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    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=a4bb5378-7253-4212-b419-28ea6f3afdea&DisplayLang=en I am in San Francisco right now for the VS 2005, BizTalk 2005, and SQL Server 2005 Launch. Because I always do a Rock Thought for the Day...
  • XAML Chick

    Touchdown briefing Slide deck

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    the Touchdown briefing was held Oct 12th here in Denver. The event was a great success with over 400 people attending the MSDN/TechNet events. The slides cover the lap around Visual Studio 2005, the System.Data class, the Language Enhancements in C#...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    VB Snippet Editor RTM RC Release - Lorenzo Minore

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    We just released the VB Snippet Editor RTM RC ! This release includes lots of new great features: - Code Snippet treeview; lets you browse through your registered snippet directories - 'Save as .vsi' option; lets you save your snippet as a .vsi...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Summary of the role of MDbg and Cordbg

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    I want to summarize in one place our views on Mdbg and Cordbg, and our plans for their future. Our views on the different debuggers : Cordbg/Mdbg - In general, we've never viewed Cordbg or MDbg as ideal production quality debuggers. We view Cordbg...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Visual Studio Service Pack Roadmap

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    Scott Wiltamuth blogs about the Visual Studio .NET 2003 and Visual Studio 2005 service packs in response to the issues bloggers have been having with Visual Studio 2005.
  • Mark Fussell's WebLog

    Final Version of WSE 3.0 Released to MSDN

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    WSE 3.0 has just been released to MSDN to coincide with the launch of Visual Studio 2005. You can find it here . The Readme is here It was pretty tough getting this released to be on the same day, but we really wanted to ensure that the time difference...
  • Pashman's InfoPath Goldmine

    Switching Views After Merge

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    Here's a little code snippet on how to programmatically switch views. This example switches the view after a merge event on a Form Library, which is very cool. function XDocument::OnAfterImport(eventObj) { XDocument.View.SwitchView("ManagerView...
  • One Louder

    Microsoft and marketing to college students

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    Seattle PI article on Microsoft's (and other companies') use of student ambassadors (peer-to-peer marketers) on campus. When I was in school, they were marketing perfume knock-offs, magazine subscriptions and naughty t-shirts about UCLA. Now it's software...
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