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  • Kam VedBrat

    Comments from my post about customization...

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    Someone sent in the following in email: Just wanted to reply to your comment on skinning. My point is simple. Think how much money people spend on furniture, interior decoration, landscaping, clothes, good looking sports cars. People like having...
  • Pravin Indurkar

    Recursive Composition Of States : A way to inherit behaviors in State Machine Workflow

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    One of the most powerful features in the state machine workflow is recursive composition of states. Much of the flexibility in modeling that the state machine offers comes from the recursive composition feature. In certain processes there are requirements...
  • Rob Caron

    My Photos from MVP Summit 2005

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    I just finished uploading my photos from the MVP Summit to my Flickr account. This set includes photos of some of the first "Visual Developer - VSTS" MVPs. For those who were asking for copies, you can grab them from here .
  • Santomania

    VS.NET Bug? Easter Egg?

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    After "Collapsing to Definitions" (Cntl-M,Cntl-O), Visual Studio decided to color the collapsed code section in black, white and red: Can anyone clue me in on what/why that is? It happened consistently while VS.NET was open, but only for that specific...
  • Chad Z. Hower a.k.a. Kudzu's Blogspace

    For those that know me

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    For those that know me, a lot of you have been asking me various questions about why I went to Microsoft, where I now live, what will happen to Indy, Atozed and so forth. I've posted a Q&A on my personal tech blog that answers these questions and...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Scobleizer makes Dilbert

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    Rick Segal is convinced Robert el Scobleizer is the character in today's Dilbert.
  • Microcertified Notes

    A Newbie message...

    I have finally made the leap to the community of blogger's. I am in hopes that I can provide as much value and spark as much interest in the community as those who came before me. Hopefully, you all will discover something you can use, discuss in earnest...
  • Chad Z. Hower a.k.a. Kudzu's Blogspace

    Yes it's true, I'm working for Microsoft

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    Where to start? Those of you who have ever worked with Delphi probably recognize me and finding me here might be quite a surprise. I'll be posting more later on how and why I'm here. For those of you who are not from the Borland community, most...
  • Tom Hollander's blog

    What's next in the LOB Program?

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    Not many people know (or for that matter, really need to know) that the patterns & practices team is internally organized into four "programs". A program is basically an umbrella used to group related projects, with a dedicated budget and core team...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    excited.

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    Tommy Williams of the Microsoft WinFS team is cautiously excited: "I’ve been excited by what I have seen internally, but as much as we hear about Steve Jobs’s reality distortion field, there’s one at least as strong inside the buildings at Microsoft...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    First AJAX, now AFLAX?

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    So what is all this XAML-based AFLAX I've been hearing about the last couple of days and what of it? Fooshen seems excited : "Web development has certainly comes a long way. Check out this product: XAMLON ( http://www.xamlon.com/software/xamlonpro...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Web 2.0 Design Patterns (or Principles)

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    Chris Anderson must think I'm stalking him or something...I keep pointing to his posts. But if he keep writing such great stuff, what else can I do? Yesterday Chris wrote around how the Long Tail relates to the definition of Web 2.0 (see Tim O'Reilly...
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