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  • Rob Caron

    A Peek Inside the Microsoft 'Whidbey' Ship Room

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    Darryl Taft of eWeek has a great article that not only gives you a glimpse into the Whidbey Ship Room, but also gives you some insight into the history of integrating the CLR into SQL Server. In a nondescript conference room at the heart of Microsoft...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Beta 2, Get Yer Beta 2

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    As I'm sure most of you have seen by now, today we announced the availability of Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 and SQL Server 2005 April Community Tech Preview. The release is a huge step over the old beta 1 bits, and can be found on MSDN . One of the...
  • One Louder

    Smart but Mouthy

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    Well I guess my name is in Fast Company Magazine (May, p. 28). They contacted me for my title a while back but I didn't really know what the mention was going to be. Now I know...my blog is one of three blogs mentioned, written by women..."three smart...
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    SQL Server 2005 CTP - April 2005 now on MSDN

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    MSDN subscribers can now download SQL Server 2005 CTP - April 2005 from MSDN Downloads . Developer edition is 847.24 MB. This is the version required for Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server Beta 2 (also available for download on MSDN - 273...
  • Team System Workshop Announcements

    System Definition Model (SDM) SDK workbench now available!

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    The System Definition Model (SDM) SDK Workbench tools workbench ( http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/teamsystem/workshop/sdm ) is now available. As a core piece of the Dynamic Systems Initiative (DSI), SDM is the underlying data model for the Distributed System...
  • Visual Studio

    Check out Developer eLearning

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    "eLearning is an effective and efficient system of self-paced personal training, available over the Internet. Microsoft has made courses available in eLearning form to cover several of the important new technologies in Visual Studio 2005, including Connected...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Silent Bob Speaks - An Evening with Kevin Smith

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    Last week, two DVDs showed up from Netflix . Because of the speed at which we've recently gone through movies, there are a number of old items in our queue, and the two DVDs I pulled out were "An evening with Kevin Smith", part I and part II. Kevin...
  • Daryll McDade

    Brian on J#

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    It may be old but it's good. Channel 9 video interview with Brian Keller, Product Manager for J# . Worth a refresher now that the new Visual Studio 2005 betas are out. Be sure to also check out Pratap's video on MSDN.
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    Patience and Impatience

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    A few weeks ago, my new boss sent out a memo to all of his direct reports on his philosophies of leadership. While I understood what he was trying to do, I was a little skeptical about what he was sending. After all, leadership is a personal thing and...
  • Speakers are Speaking in Code . . .

    Task Switcher on Steroids

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    Steve Butler turned me on to this nifty utility that replaces the stock Task Switcher functionality. I installed it on my laptop, and now the plain old Windows task switcher seems so, well -- plain, that I've put it on all my other machines too...
  • jaredpar's WebLog

    VS 2005 Beta2 is now available

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    http://labs.msdn.microsoft.com/vs2005/
  • Brad Abrams

    A little CSS help wih Community Server

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    As you can see from my last post , my source code formatting is not great since I moved to Community Server. The code * IS * formatted nicely when I go into edit mode… the spaces is good and the coloring looks right. I have tried several of the...
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