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  • Ali Alvi's WebLog

    Tabbed Browsing in IE vs Other features

    Somewhere in one of my posts, someone mentioned Tabbed Browsing and what is stopping the IE team from putting tabs in their browser. Then again someone mentioned that they can live without tabs but they don't like BHOs taking over their machines. So I...
  • DC's .Net Client Blogs

    Web Hosting Plans

    In a world where pop-ups and banner ads is the rule finding a web host that is free of charge and has no pop-ups or banner ads is not only tough but close to impossible. In my quest to re-juvenate my website I spent a lot of time searching for the optimal...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    Die Developer Group bloggt

    Darauf hat die Welt gewartet: Die "Developer Platform & Strategy Group" der Microsoft Deutschland GmbH hat endlich ein eigenes Blog ! Dirk hat dieses Projekt unermüdlich vorangetrieben - danke! Man darf gespannt sein auf staunenerweckende Insiderinfos...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    MSDN Experten - neue Seite bei MS

    Was ist eigentlich ein Denkpanzer? (Oder was bedeutet eigentlich "Think Tank"?...) Anyway ... es gibt eine neue " MSDN Experten "-Seite auf Microsofts deutscher Homepage, wo sich in Zukunft das geballte Wissen bekannter und berüchtigter Sprecher und Autoren...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices


    MacWorld: Alles redet über den Mac mini, aber der wirkliche Hit ist recht unbemerkt geblieben: iMer . (Danke, Roberto !)
  • Software Test Engineering @ Microsoft

    Why does Software Crash #1 – The Access Violation

    Pop quiz: what does this line of code do when executed? int foo = (*(( int *)0)); If you’re an astute reader, you can solve the answer just by reading the title of the blog post. But, more interestingly, let’s forget about that buzzword and analyze exactly...
  • Brian A White's Blog

    SourceGear Building Heterogenous Client for Team Foundation

    For all you out there wondering how you are going to support your Unix, Linix, MAC, and yes Eclipse developers if you move to Team Foundation take a gander at Eric Sink's Blog
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Why it is better to log failure by default in a test case rather than to log pass by default – Part 2

    As promised, I said I would ask some of the people from my team after they returned from vacation about the history of LogPass. I met with one of our SDET Leads to find out more. Here’s what I learned. Logging failure by default is a Test-Driven Development...
  • Brian A White's Blog

    Team Foundation Deployment Topologies

    I’m going to let the discussions drive my direction for this post. In here I cover Team Foundation Deployment Topologies . Again, I’m interested in your early feedback to help validate our assumptions. The primary team system server is the Team Foundation...
  • joc's bLog

    Just keep talking

    I'll be participating in a VSTS Dev/Test tools team chat over the next couple of days. Please feel free to join us, and I'll try to answer as many of your questions as I can. Wednesday, January 12th, 2005 @ 5:30pm (PST), Add to Calendar Thursday, January...
  • Ben Riga's Deep Shift

    .NET Reality Check

    I'm a Microsoft employee in Silicon Valley so I've gotten used to the slings and arrows of friends at social events. Last Friday was no exception. I joined a few friends for a get-together fund-raiser supporting a Team-in-Training runner . At the event...
  • António Ribeiro's WebLog

    Rendering n-column tables using the Repeater control

    The ASP.NET Repeater control provides a template-based mechanism for rendering data using Data Binding. A basic usage sample can be found here . The control uses the <ItemTemplate> tag for declaring HTML that should be rendered for each data item...
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