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  • Rusty Miller's blog

    Customer bugs - list of fixes

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    To follow up from the previous post, here are all the fixed C# and Visual Studio Debugger bugs reported through MSDN Product Feedback for Beta1 and the CTP's (this doesn't include bugs entered on Beta2). The top bug reporters for C# and the Debugger are...
  • Tales from the Smart Client

    IronPython architecture

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    Chris and I met with Jim Hugunin this morning and got an overview of the IronPython architecture. Which is basically, very simple and straightforward. Like you might expect, it consists of a tokenizer, a parser, a code generator and a library of built...
  • benwu's WebLog

    Control.Invoke hangs under heavy stress

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    There have been reports of Control.Invoke hanging after the method completes. This was reported by a few customers and we have fixed this. For your reference: ID: SRX050308605416 KB Article: 896665 The problem stems from some of the errors I...
  • Glen's old blog

    If I didn't have to get up early tomorrow...

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    I am getting old. I know it for 2 reasons. 1. I have to be at the MSDN event at 7:00 am on Thursday. As such, I don’t want to be up late watching a movie that starts at 12:01 AM. 2. I am not such a Star Wars nut as I was when I was 12, otherwise...
  • Roberdan

    E se...

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    go to: http://blogs.msdn.com/roberdan or search roberdan on msn or google
  • Shaykatc's WebLog

    Xbox 360 interview

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    Engadget, a cool tech blog I'm just discovering has an interview with Steve Ballmer and Robbie Back about Xbox 360. Check it out here . Overall I think Steve kept his cards close to his chest. I've been fascinated by all the developing news around comparisons...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    More CD Audio Trivia

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    A Co-worker pointed this out to me: http://www.cdrfaq.org/faq02.html#S2-29 : The general belief is that it was chosen because the CD designers wanted to have a format that could hold Beethoven's ninth symphony. They were trying to figure out...
  • Ron Jacobs

    Dynamic configuration of data access block

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    It seems that about 3 times a week I get a question like this... "How do I use the Data Access Block with connection information that is not known until runtime?" Well next week I'm going to answer that question in our Ask p&p webcast but I...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Grocery Wars

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    While we were going to the lecture on Monday, Todd Bowra mentioned a Star Wars parody called (Grocery) Store Wars. Coincidentally, someone sent Valorie a link to it yesterday (go figure that). So, in honor of tomorrows debut, I present... Store...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    Learn Visual Web Developer Express and ASP.NET 2.0 Video Series!

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    Bob Tabor over at LearnvVisualStudio.net built out a great introductory video series to get people up to speed using Visual Web Developer Express and ASP.NET 2.0 to build web sites. The content starts at the very basics and gets more advanced. The first...
  • Test Guide

    Testers Are Little More Than Accountants In A Factory

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    The sum of these factors makes testers little more than factories churning out test case after test case, each of which is different only in some small detail (e.g., how a particular operation is invoked) than the others. Another way to say this is that...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    An operating system written in C#

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    Microsoft Research is creating a new operating system written in C#. The operating system is called Singularity and there is an interview with the creaters at Channel 9. Very interesting stuff! - Alfred (Microsoft)
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