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  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Speaking of the Class Designer

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    As I pointed out in my last post , VS2005 includes a Class Designer that those familiar with the UML class model should feel right at home in. By happy coincidence, I found out today the Class Designer team is blogging . Additionally, two of the Class...
  • Brad Abrams

    Migrating to .NET Framework 2.0? Let us do the testing for you....

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    Over the next year many of you will be migrating your V1.x applications to 2.0. This will no doubt require a testing pass to ensure your application continues to work as expected. At the same time, we are trying hard to ensure that applications can migrate...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    ArtRage power

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    Sometime it's only natural to sketch something senseless while following a presentation, having a phone call or similar activities. It's not rare at all to see on paper trays in the neighborhood of a phone all sorts of spirals, patterns or smiley. ...
  • Brad Abrams

    MSDN-TV on PowerCollections posted

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    Peter and Krys are interviewed on MSDN TV recently about the PowerCollections project… Check it out Peter does a great job talking about the history and motivation of the project... I do hope that you find value in the way power collections extends System...
  • Soaked in CIDER !

    Microsoft Research ...

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    Soma's blog describes some of the projects that have been undertaken by Microsoft Research lab.
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Putting a Square Peg Model in a Round Hole Tool

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    Robert Bauman left the following comment on my Separated at Birth post? The nice thing about using a general purpose modeler is that you can house all of your requirements, use cases, etc. in the same model. Rational provides the 4+1 view, Sparx...
  • AprilR's Blog

    What's the 64-bit 411?

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    This article talks about the Microsoft release story for 64-bit. Note that they use one of our blogs as a source...something we see becoming more common. Whidbey (the 2005 line of products for Visual C++ and Visual Studio) will include cross and native...
  • AprilR's Blog

    Project Management Reality

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    Warning: This post is more of an editorial than information sharing. This was the number one topic on my mind this week (aside from reading all of your great feedback!). In my experience it seems that all ongoing or repetitive projects go through cycles...
  • dwinter's [MSFT] WebLog

    WSS / SharePoint Portal OM topic requests?

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    I've got a slew of topics that I've already got brewing in my head for the next two weeks... This comming week I'll be talking about the SharePoint Portal OM via code samples and work into it in a similar fashion to how I introduced the WSS OM already...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Alpha Centauri under Virtual PC

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    Around the same time that 'Civilization - Call to Power' was being released by Activision, Sid Meier's new company "Firaxis" released "Alpha Centauri". This game is a truly masterful and addictive strategy game. Picking up where the original Civilization...
  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    This name has taken its toll on me...

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    So, whats in a name, you say? Well, a lot... I respectfully disagree this notion about the fact that a name doesn't really stand for anything or that, a name's just a name, and all the other cliches that people with bad names have come up with. For the...
  • Antimail

    Tricks around the "copy" command...

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    The copy command can be very useful for quick operations. However, there are a number of tricks that are not widely known. 1) Copying the contents of a source directory into the current directory: just specify the source directory! y:\privates>copy...
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