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  • BCL Team Blog

    Cleaning out the attic [Kit George]

    Well all, I haven't posted for a couple of weeks, and I thought I would share some fun with you, from an exercise we're going through to clean up the libraries before we ship. Of course, we're pretty aggressive about ensuring that we get a bunch of clean...
  • Dr. eX's Blog

    Opening a document in a specific editor from a ToolWindow

    The doctor is back in the house after taking some well needed rest. Back to your Visual Studio Extensibility questions! How do I open a document in a specific editor from a ToolWindow? I tried IVsUIShellOpenDocument::OpenSpecificEditor(...) but had some...
  • markda's WebLog

    N/Direct web site - .NET interoperability resource

    The N/Direct web site is run by Mattias Sjögren , a Microsoft MVP. In his own words: "N/Direct is a site for developers seeking information or answers about interoperability between .NET managed code and native unmanaged code." The web site has an impressive...
  • oliverlu's WebLog

    怎样学习SharePoint 2003 II

    MS 发布了 SharePoint Portal Server 2003 Training Kit 。对于刚开始学习 SPS2003 的用户来说,很不错。 下载地址: 这个 Training Kit 是作为一个 Area 添加到 Portal 上的。换句话说,人人可以方便地看得到。所以,用来做为新的用户自学的教程,似乎更加适合。 不过,这东东是英文版的...
  • IEBlog

    Setting Google as Your Autosearch Provider (or One Thing I Don't Love About IE)

    Like any piece of software I have worked on, I have intense affection for the resultant software we ship (warts and all). However, there are usually a number of things you wish you had had more time to make better and every time you run across it in the...
  • manish godse's Application Insights and remoting blog


    CallContext allows you to flow information with a "logical" call. With logical we mean the call doesnt necessarily have to happen on the same thread. Following constitute logical calls: 1. remoting calls made x-appdomain and x-process 2. Async delegate...
  • Josh Heitzman's Blog

    Whidbey native runtimes for Windows CE update

    Well, it's been quite a while since my last post, and an update on the status of Whidbey native runtimes for Windows CE is long over due. We have been keeping more then busy with our Whidbey Beta 2 work. All feature work in the native runtime has been...
  • [Ryan Rogers]

    Adding New List Items Using the Lists.asmx Web Service

    You can lead a CAML to water, but... The current MSDN documentation contains what I might call *adequate* coverage of the use of Web Services with Windows Sharepoint Services 2.0 In the case of simple operations, such as retrieving list items, the...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Who is your buddy? Thoughts about the ISV Buddy Program

    Recently Mark and I were talking to some of the folks behind the ISV Buddy program about some concerns we had. The concerns came from people on our teams that had experience in the program but, when put to the test, neither Mark nor I had actually signed...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Nothing like a little Phishing...

    It’s totally amazing to me how much Phishing attacks have evolved and how vulnerable we all really are. Months and months ago, I remember getting all kinds of emails asking for verification of an account at such and such a bank, etc. Of course I...
  • markda's WebLog

    New samples in October 2004 update of DirectX SDK

    More cool stuff for DirectX developers in the October 2004 DirectX SDK, available from here . Also includes tool updates (PIX, Maya Exporter) and bug fixes. New C++ Samples AntiAlias - different multisampling techniques Instancing - four instancing rendering...
  • Tom Miller's Blog

    Writing a game using Managed DirectX.. The Contest..

    With the upcoming release of my new book, I thought it would be pretty cool if there was a contest held for writing the 'best game' using Managed DX. Details are sketchy right now (like will people outside of the US be allowed to enter), but it's something...
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