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  • Visual Studio Profiler Team Blog

    Profiling ASP.NET apps with the help of unit and load tests

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    OK, so it's not quite the cure for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, but here is the basic process of profiling an ASP.NET app with the help of automated load test tools: http://blogs.msdn.com/ejarvi/archive/2005/04/21/410467.aspx
  • Stephen Kaufman's WebLog

    Schema Design Patterns: Russian Doll

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    I am working on a BizTalk solution which uses a schema that was hand created using XML Spy. The schema was created in such a way in which everything was globally available and when I brought it into the BizTalk editor the schema looked to have 266 root...
  • Visual Studio Profiler Team Blog

    ASP.NET Profiling

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    Here's the latest on profiling ASP.NET 2.0 applications on Beta 2: http://blogs.msdn.com/ejarvi/archive/2005/04/08/406578.aspx [ejarvi]
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Feedback on the Coding4Fun site

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    We've gotten a lot of really positive feedback on the Code4Fun email alias and even some like-minded readers who are interested in contributing content. I think this is great and I'm really excited about having the community contribute. We've also...
  • Deven Kampenhout's Tech Blog

    European Web Hoster on Strike

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    According to an article posted at thewhir.com , Nearly the entire staff for European Web hosting provider Amen ( amenworld.com ) has been on strike since its parent company Via Net.Works announced early last week that it had been acquired by Claranet...
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    Great DSL Toolkit Helper by Modelisoft

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    Modelisoft has developed a very cool tool that let's you automatically update the designer model file in the DSL Tools designer project based on changes made to the object model file. It gives the generated shapes in the DD file that derive from their...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    64-Bit Training In Toronto

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    The 64-bit age has arrived with the official launch of Windows and SQL 64 –bit products launch in late April at WinHEC. Microsoft, Intel and HP want to work with valued partners and customers to take advantage of this new platform. With the 64-bit...
  • Daryll McDade

    Can Johnny still program?

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    Saw this article on CNET from David Patterson(President on ACM) about the showing of the US entries in the ACM student coding competition. <rant> IMO, this problem starts with high school. I have visited a TON of US high schools since...
  • R.Ramesh's WebLog

    Converting Beta 1 class diagrams to Beta 2 format

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    If you have created class diagrams using Visual Studio Beta 1, they will not open in Beta 2. However, since the class diagram files persistence format is XML, Oleg from the Class Designer team has created a stylesheet to convert these diagrams to Beta...
  • The Web and Microsoft

    And Yet More Tools

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    System Administrators often need tools to help them diagnose problems. I know that when I worked as a sysadmin that I wasted a lot of time troubleshooting issues because I did not always have the proper tools to determine what really had occurred. I worked...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    MEDC 2005 - Blogs, Podcasts, and Radio

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    Whether you're going to MEDC or not you can still be (virtually) there - we're going to be blogging, video podcasting, and even have a live radio show running each day from the event ! - Click HERE to get more information about the content feeds from...
  • Visual Basic IDE QA Team Blog

    VB IDE QA Blog is now the VB IDE Team Blog

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    We've decide that the entire Visual Basic IDE Team should collaborate on a team blog. (Instead of just having a bog for the Visual Basic IDE QA Team.) The new URL is http://blogs.msdn.com/vbide . The VBIDEQA blog is effectively dead and will receive...
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