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  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Follow-up on NNNNnnnooooo....!

    I just stepped out to Building 40 to grab some lunch, (it's better than the cafeteria in Building 26, and they do better coffee too) and I bumped into Dennis Morgan, he was the lead guy on the firewall in XPSP2. I asked him what the perf impact was on...
  • The Design-Time Developer

    Making life a little easier (Setting up December CTP of VS Team System)

    Note these 3 fact: 1) In 1927, General Electric made the refrigerator readily available for consumers and we could all enjoy a cold, carbonated, caffeinated beverage. 2) Around 20 years later, Raytheon made the first microwave oven, making it easier for...
  • Microsoft Windows Vista Influencer Community

    March WE-DIG Meeting Agenda, Location Change

    Check out our plans for next week's monthly WE-DIG meeting, and ***note the location change for this month only.*** Shared Source Program for Windows CE: Christine Lukasik of Microsoft's Mobile and Embedded Devices division will talk about new opportunities...
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Text Navigation

    Sushant, s orry I missed your comment . I’ve re-posted it on your behalf – hope you don’t mind. Can you post another comment to explain what you mean by text navigation? (e.g. do you mean VCR-style controls for TTS, selection of insertion points for dictation...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    One year of The .NET Sweatshop v2

    Well, it was a year ago that I finally moved from blogspot to the world of MSDN bloggers. While I haven't reached the status of "blog diva" (as Betsy Aoki describes them), I think 50 posts are a pretty impressive # (that puts me somewhere between Robert...
  • Sue Loh's blog

    Windows CE Virtual Memory Layout for Debugging

    I want to blog about how to resolve symbols manually, and realized I would have to assume that the reader would understand the CE VM layout. So I figure I’d better explain that first. You don’t need to know everything about the VM layout in order to work...
  • Visual Studio Data

    I loved this VB6/VB.NET article (by yag)

    Although it was written as a response to an article by Richard Grimes , I like this blog entry because of how it describes the movement and *feeling* of going from VB6 to VB.NET. Scott captures it really well - probably because he's working in both at...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    MEDC US Registration Available

    Register Today! The website and registration for MEDC 2005 in Las Vegas are now available at . See it first! Join us as we share the latest mobile and embedded technologies at Microsoft® Mobile & Embedded DevCon 2005 (MEDC...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2005-02-25

    Visual Studio Team System See Sean McBreen ’s testimonial [ Virtual PC – get it, it rocks! ] for using Virtual PC to demonstrate Team System. For those looking to use Virtual PC (or Virtual Server) to evaluate Team System, see my...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Concurrency, part 7 - Why would you ever want to use concurrency in your application?

    So I've spent a great deal of time talking about concurrency issues , but one thing I've avoided mentioning until now is when do you worry about concurrency. The first (and most common) time that concurrency matters occurs when your code lives in a DLL...
  • tjlau's WebLog

    Final Fantasy Creator Joins Xbox! :)

    Microsoft Corp. today announced that Hironobu Sakaguchi, video game legend and president of Mistwalker game studio, has joined with Microsoft® Game Studios to develop role-playing game (RPG) video games exclusively for the next-generation Xbox® video...
  • ClassDesigner's WebLog

    A picture is worth a thousand words

    G’day! I’m John Stallo, a Program Manager working on the Visual Studio Class Designer. In this blog entry I’d like to give an overview of what our goals for Class Designer in this release are, and perhaps more if not equally important, invite folks in...
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