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  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Good subjects for IR photography?

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    I recently bought an accessory adapter and a Hoya R72 filter for my Canon G3, so that I could do some infrared photography. This is "near IR" photography, the kind where things look weird not thermal infrared, where you can see how hot things are: The...
  • Roberdan

    Access 2003 Conversion Kit

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    A common objection of upgrading to Office 2003 is the challenges of migrating from older versions of Access to Access 2003. Customers can now realize the benefits of using the Access Conversion Kit to reduce deployment and support costs. This is available...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    NUnit on Whidbey Beta 1 experiences...

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    I've been having problems getting NUnit to work on Whidbey Beta 1, and I'm curious what experiences you've had, either good or bad. Jim hasn't been having the same trouble, so we're trying to figure out what's what. For him, it works if he updates the...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    x+=x++;

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    Luca , who is taking over for me as C# Compiler PM, wrote this post: x+=x++; I heartily agree with him when he says "DO NOT WRITE THAT CODE".
  • James Newkirk's Blog

    TDD Bookmark Collection - Delay

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    I know I said last week that I would have the task list and the first list of tests but I have just not had the time over the last week to do it justice. I expect to have it up for review by Tuesday, September 7. By the way, I cannot afford to delay it...
  • .NET Security Blog

    New ILAsm Support For Assembly-Level Security

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    Before Whidbey shipped, using assembly level declarative security was always a bit of a pain. Previous versions of the CLR required you to provide security attributes in the form of XML, which meant that you would have to figure out the exact XML represented...
  • .NET Banana

    50 ASP.NET Tips and Tricks: Reston, VA, Wednesday, Sept 22nd

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    Do you need to develop real business applications in ASP.NET? Get started in the right direction with 50 ASP.NET Tips and Tricks. Learn advanced techniques to build powerful, scalable, and maintainable applications. Presented by Frank Grimberg of Prosoft...
  • .NET Banana

    Understanding Service-Oriented Architecture: Wednesday, September 15th, Washington, DC

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    Are you having difficulty wading through tons of whitepapers on Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), a myriad of WS-nn specifications and how they fit together, various Microsoft implementation frameworks including ASMX, WSE 2.0, and Indigo? Are you confused...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Moderation in All Things

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    Sometimes, I'm an idiot. (There are those who would argue that it's more often than sometimes.) It turns out that the MSDN blogs are moderated. Here I was thinking that nobody was replying to my blogs, and there was a backlog of comments I was supposed...
  • One Louder

    More on avoiding resume blunders

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    On MSN, resume blunders to avoid. You can pretty much file most of this under "duh!", but I guess it's a good reminder. Because I still see people making these mistakes all the time.
  • Chris Flaat's WebLog

    Soon to be indoctrinated by Ken Schwaber

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    After having an interest in Scrum for a while now after reading Agile Software Development with Scrum , I'm finally going to an in-person 2-day course on Scrum by Ken Schwaber when his roadshow makes it to Seattle. I've heard interesting things from folks...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    A Parable

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    Valorie’s first day back at work was yesterday, and the principal at her school led a discussion about the following parable: Once upon a time there was a town that was built just beyond the bend of a large river. One day some of the children from...
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