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  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Workout headphones?

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    I've been having problems with my earbuds coming out when I'm working out, so I'd like to switch to some more conventional headphones, and I'm looking for some suggestions.
  • venkatna's (Venkat Narayanan's) WebLog

    Amazing feedback

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    Wow. What a way to start blogging. I have not even had the chance to introduce myself and I have already been slashdotted. As a geek, it is a great feeling when something you write gets on the frontpage at slashdot. I now have a gif to prove that. :)...
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    Official Guidelines for User Interface Developers and Designers

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    After my Tuesday event I got into a stimulating conversation with a Developer Best Practices Manager from a Major Bank and it got me sort of jazzed thinking about Software Engineering Excelence (I spend most of my time with Developer DigitalBlackbelt...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    The latest in Server trends and gossip.

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    Sure, Windows Media Center is cool. Portable Media Center is pretty cool and X-box 2 is sure to be a hit. But what about the often unsung heroes of Microsoft? Supported by great marketing and better product the Server divisions have being getting more...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    A customer email : Part 2 : My Reply

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    A few days ago I posted an email which I received from a customer . This post generated LOTS of feedback. It was quite surprising. My intention was to have this discussion in public and show how we try and deal with complaints. So, here is part two of...
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    PatternShare Site

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    The Microsoft Patterns & Practices group has just launched PatternShare.org . A site that collects various sets of patterns that have been developed over the years: The Patterns and Practices group at Microsoft has just published a new wiki for sharing...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Hello Rory Primrose

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    Well, looks like I did need to edit the Australian .net developer blogger opml after all. The list now grows to 70. Let me welcome Rory Primrose to the list, who " currently work as a .Net Developer for a telecommunications company ". Rory is a bit a...
  • ArtLeo's WebLog

    Office Developer Conference 2005 - Day 1

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    Hi! For those that don't know me, which is probably most of you, I am an Office developer working on programmability features. I've worked on the primary interop assemblies, VBA, and some of the object model. Previously, I worked on globalization in Office...
  • Microsoft XML Team's WebLog

    The Past and Future of XML

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    There is a very interesting interview with Tim Bray, one of the original editors of the XML specification, in the February 2005 ACM Queue (it's only in the print version, not online, as of this writing). Some of the more intriguing bits ... [Responding...
  • Somasegar's blog

    WinForms "contest"

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    Delivering high quality technologies, products and services is absolutely a top of mind, high priority focus item for Microsoft. We continue to expend a lot of our energies, resources and time looking for innovative ways of improving overall quality that...
  • RajWall's WebLog

    Fun with Planets

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    This has nothing to do with architecture or software development: http://jules.unavco.org/ a site where you can graphically examine geophysical data including things like fault zones, earthquakes, and volcanoes, as well as earth at night, etc. It also...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Windows: Reduced to Tears

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    In the wake of the EU rulings against Microsoft, in which the company has been ordered to remove from the windows operating system superfluous features that by their mere existence prohibit competitive products from flourishing, I believe that it is now...
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