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  • vs2005news's WebLog

    See How Visual Studio 2005 is Tested

    There are a lot of great msdn blogs and posts written for or by testers at Microsoft. Given all of these you could probably start to piece together an aggregate of what it means to test a product at Microsoft, but you might be lacking some of the end...
  • Chris Castillo's WebLog

    Dragging-and-dropping from Custom Anchor Bar Windows

    I think the Visio application environment is pretty impressive because of all the things you can do to customize the user interface. There are not very many apps out there that will let you add your own custom windows. Visio allows developers to do just...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Coding Corner: Compacting a virtual hard disk

    Today I am going to go over a basic script for compacting a virtual hard disk. This script creates a virtual hard disk object from a string that points to the virtual hard disk file (in the script this information is provided as a command line parameter...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Secret Bunker Revisited...

    JR asks the following question on the Secret Bunker posting – When it is still easy to attack a system without access to the source, and we all know it is, why doesn't any advantage (like being able to patch the system directly yourself) become an instant...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Announcing - Mini CodeCamp Special Edition – C#

    Mini CodeCamp Special Edition – C# Microsoft Waltham Saturday April 30 8:30-4PM Register Now Are you a C++ or VB6 developer who’s wondering: should I bother to move to .NET? Or perhaps you’ve already dabbled with .NET but are wondering: how do I get started...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Blogging around the CLR

    As of today, there are 40 members of the extended CLR team with blogs on and off of MSDN. Some are more active than others, but if you're looking for a blog that might cover a specific area, here's some places to check out. Note these are categorized...
  • Roberdan

    Fatti Non Portali!

    Agendadel workshop del 9 marzo  (solo membri roberdank-log )
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Public but not public

    Last week, I was talking with one of my friends at the club, and he said that he had written something that was somewhat personal on his blog, and that it bothered him that his manager was bringing it up at meetings as an example of how blogs can show...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Portable Gaming

    What portable gaming device has the following specification ? Great games Camera Music Player Movie Player Messaging GPS GPRS Bluethooth Thinking of the PSP ? You would be wrong, this is the Gizmondo – a neat looking...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Scooby Snax: My Filming and Editing Debut

    My Filming and Editing Debut: I just finished posting Devdiv's first "self produced" channel9 videos. We go through the end to end process of testcase analysis. Blame me if you get vertigo while watching these. I gained much respect for Scobles filming...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Scooby Snax: I don't like math

    Bad Math: I had the same thoughts Kevin did when I saw the Napster Superbowl ad telling me to do the math. "If you sign up when you are 15 years old. By the time your my age (30), you'll have spent $2,700 to not have your music collection in your physical...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    GUIDs and XSLT

    An interesting email today... how do you generate GUIDs for every output element using XSLT? The short answer is "you don't." XSLT itself doesn't have the capability to generate GUIDs. Suppose that every node in the result tree needs a GUID attribute...
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