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  • I know the answer (it's 42)

    marking required fields on forms/UI

    How do you communicate to users which fields on a UI is required and which is optional? This was the questions I was trying to answer while implmenting the Team Build Type creation wizard. Though there exists some common conventions in Web forms like...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Spoiler Free!! My thoughts on the dark tower - part 2

    I reread The Dark Tower last week. The book wouldn’t stop staring at me from across the room for weeks. Finally, I broke down and cracked it open, wondering why I was doing this to myself. Only click here if you've read the books; otherwise, don't...
  • Roberdan

    Live Meeting 2005: Microsoft Office Live Meeting Intranet Portal SP1

    The Live Meeting Intranet Portal SP1 makes it easier to deploy and manage Live Meeting. If your company has deployed Microsoft Active Directory directory services, you can use the Live Meeting Portal for Active Directory to: Automatically create...
  • Jeff Beehler's Blog

    tasting fresh dogfood

    As I mentioned before , we’re in the process of updating our internal version of VSTS with updated bits. We made good progress last week. For instance, Monday night we resolved all known dogfood blocking issues. I emphasize the word “known” because this...
  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    One Motion .... Right Off!

    There are two ways to do anything - the thoughtful, well-planned, steady, nervous and sensible approach..... and the Seinfeld-approach-of-ripping-bandaid - One Motion.... Right Off!!! So after spending a couple of weeks planning out what my first post...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Getting to Zero Email Bounce

    One of the nice things about working alongside 1,500 other bloggers is that if you let a thought go unblogged for too long, someone else will pick up the slack. For example: OneNote tells me that I created the page “Getting to ZBB in your inbox” in my...
  • Dev Notes

    Tech Ed 2005, India : I will be there

    All set for the most favourite tech fest for Developers/ Architects in India : Tech Ed 2005, Hyderabad, India. Tommorow, by 8:00 AM I should be there :-) My plan is as follows Day 1 DEV 200: Managing Software Life Cycle with VS 2005 Team System...
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    James Newkirk's tool for migrating NUnit unit tests to Visual Studio Team System.

    James Newkirk , creator of NUnit , is working on a tool for migrating NUnit unit tests to Visual Studio Team System. More here on Rob Caron's blog . This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
  • Rob Caron

    TechEd 2005 Sessions Available Online

    For registered attendees, each of the recorded sessions from Microsoft TechEd 2005 in Orlando earlier this month are now available for online viewing at this site .
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Microsoft Update v6

    Microsoft Update v6 is now available. The new Microsoft Update combines the old windows update and office update together into one system. This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Longhorn, IE7 and RSS

    I'm excited by all the announcements regarding Longhorn, IE7 and RSS. "We are betting big on RSS" this will save us time and make us infinitely productive. End users will benefit; we are making it easy for all end users to benefit from RSS (not...
  • BorisJ's Blog

    VS 2005 vs. Firefox

    Thanks to Don for pointing this one out, I bet Sara will blog about this in no time too... Since Visual Studio 2005 uses tabs for managing all the different files one would edit, one can naturally apply to browsing the web. Personally, I don't see this...
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