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  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    It's Alway Better Live

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    Remember those guys I was talking about a few months back? Those Mighty, Mighty Developer Champions. Well these guys present on MSDN Webcasts on the MSDN Events Online webcasts and they also present at full day live events in cities big and small across...
  • load of tosh

    CSS Quiz

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    Here's a little CSS quiz that I found courtesy of the CSS weblog (yes, there is such a thing). I got a 19 out of 20. Apparently I messed up the index of the left and right padding values. No doubt the result of years and years of writing symmetric web...
  • jfo's coding

    Creating Custom Controls in Winforms - Part 4 - Adding a property: DefaultValue attribute explained

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    Debunking a common misconception There is a lot of confusion around the DefaultValue attribute - it feels like it really should setup the initial value of the property. Unfortunately, this is not the case. It’s used to determine whether the property should...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    You can’t attach 2 debuggers to 1 process

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    For both managed-only and native-only debugging, you can only attach 1 debugger to a process. Why? The native debugger steals debug events from underneath the managed debugger. This confuses the managed-debugger and will cause it to crash. The native...
  • Jeremy Collins's WebLog

    typoGenerator

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    Occasionally I trip over an interesting bit on the 'net that I can't resist sharing. Here's the first one to hit my blog. I find this website fairly addictive. From the site: how does typogenerator work? the user types some text; typoGenerator searches...
  • jfo's coding

    Andrew has joined the blogging world

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    Andrew - yet another windows forms groupie - has just joined the world of the blogging. Can't wait to see what he's got to say.
  • Jeremy Collins's WebLog

    Community Contact

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    I was pleasantly surprised recently when, only a day or two after first creating my blog, I was contacted through it by a member of the MVP (Most Valuable Professional) community. (An MVP is a non-Microsoft employee who is an advocate/evangelist/subject...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Step by step Imagine Cup registration

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    Joshua Blake , a Microsoft Student Ambassador, created a great site to explain the process for signing up for Imagine Cup . Make sure everyone on your campus is registered! -James (Cal. State University, Long Beach)
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Could you survive The Code Room?

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    Three MSDN event attendees are taken to an inner-city warehouse, equipped with a partially-charged laptop, and tasked with designing and developing an e-commerce Web site in a matter of hours. Watch the fun and learn about ASP.NET v2.0 at the same time...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    SSB Wrapper Class

    Paul Murphy pointed out a SSB wrapper class that ships as part of the integrated storefront sample that ships with SQL 2005. It's a bit tricky to install, so I refer you to Paul's blog for instructions. (you have to install the sample installer) The wrapper...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Booch on DSLs (Round 3)

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    Steve Cook responded to Grady Booch's latest comments on software factories and DSLs, which was in turn a response to an entry by Alan Wills. It's obvious that Booch is never going to agree with the DSL approach, but there are a couple of fascinating...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Don Box on technical presentations and nudity

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    Ian Ceicys informed me about a great Channel 9 video where Don Box talks about his philosophy on giving a good presentation. A must watch video since we all give presentations in class and elsewhere on campus. -James (Cal. State University, Long Beach...
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