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  • Rob Copeland's Blog

    My First Blog - and more about VB6 support

    I've finally decided to enter the blogosphere. I've been a long-time reader and have wanted to start a blog for a while. The reason I've waited is that I wanted to make sure I wasn't one of those "one blog wonders." You know, the person that writes one...
  • One Louder

    Apprentice 8: I'm sick of this show and John is just sick

    I can't do it anymore. This episode is the one that put me over the edge. This week, I cannot recap the crudfest from beginning to end: it started with crud, it ended with crud. So, since I am not going to the effort of the full recap (I may feel differently...
  • Tom Miller's Blog

    A Managed Game Programming site...

    I was recently pointed to the Inner Realm , which apparently is a Managed Game Programming site.. I haven't had the time to look it over much, but the topic is interesting nonetheless.. Go check it out..
  • Mike Harsh's Blog

    DesignModeDialog Sample

    I've been getting a few questions and comments about this sample I wrote a few months back so I figured I'd talk about it here. When we shipped v1.0 of the .NET Framework and VS.NET 2002, many customers asked for a way to put their forms into "design...
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    Another DSD demo

    Liangxiao and Robin are testers working on the Distributed System Designers . Who better to show you how to use these designers than the people that work with and test them every day. They have posted a new demo of how to use the designers on Channel...
  • notes and rants

    Too much email

    I think that we (“we”==my team, Microsoft, and the Industry) waste way too much time “doing” email, and I am amazed how much we tolerate this waste. I interact with a lot of people of various levels of influence, and in my experience, the “typical employee...
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    DSL Tools in the News

    Here's the first mention I saw of the latest preview release of DSL Tools in the media. Hopefully, developers will start making use of some of these features to create their own model-driven designers.
  • A CRM Riff

    Adding an Icon to a Command on a Toolbar

    Commands can appear on both menus and toolbars. On toolbars, it is common for a command to be displayed with just an icon (to save space) while on menus a command typically appears with both an icon and text. Icons are 16 pixels wide by 16 pixels high...
  • Deven Kampenhout's Tech Blog

    Almost There

    Last week I was in Atlanta to pack up my families stuff and close on my house. Everything went relatively smooth, but I'll hold my breath until everything is delivered out of storage. The good news is that my house closed, so I'm officially homeless now...
  • Live Search

    Announcing Search Champs v2

    In October 2004, about 30 technology enthusiasts from around the world came to our Redmond campus to take part in an early preview of the new MSN Search service and assist us in the development process. The Champs reviewed our product plans from the bottoms...
  • Adventures In SoftwareLand

    Litebulb: Regular Blog Posting...Takes Great, Less Filling!

    It just hit me: Regular posting has a value in addition to the production of the longer "thought" pieces. I was looking at my 200+ RSS feeds that only a couple of them, in my case Scoble and Dave Winer , have a place in my Favorite Folders (I use Newgator...
  • Matusow's Blog

    Shared Source - More than Windows.

    Thanks for the feedback on the first posting with meat on the bones. I’m moderating the comments in an attempt to keep the spammers at bay – but I’m posting all comments, positive or negative to keep this a space of “open” thought. Sorry, couldn’t help...
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