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  • David Kline

    What does code using a ConditionalAttribute look like under the debugger?

    Last week, Nathan posted about the ConditionalAttribute . This got me thinking... What does his example look like under the debugger? To find out, I built a very simple application - a NetCF console application containing Nathan's two methods (foo and...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Using a tablet pc because you HAVE to (or, life is too short for 3 minute tasks)

    Laptop woes have been conspiring recently to keep me from blogging. Initially it was just a couple of keys on my tablet pc that seemed to need several hits to register. The next day, however, the whole keyboard was dead. Worse yet, our tech support guys...
  • vincem's WebLog

    Stop the *Nightly Build* madness (but keep Daily Builds)

    I think it is pretty much common knowledge in the software world today that ‘Daily Builds’ are a good and necessary practice. I do not think that daily builds was that common a practice five years ago. I love this movement to building your product every...

    Crypto Article: More Comments on Commants

    First, just a brief intro on what I’m talking about. A few months ago (we finished it in July, actually, in a hotel in Atlanta while at Microsoft’s internal Global Briefing), Michael Stuart (local MCS consultant, developer extraordinaire and...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Windows Programming Notes

    CLR in Channel 9

    Channel9 team did a two part interview for CLR team. The video is online at Jason Zander - Tour of the .NET CLR team The .NET CLR Team Tour, Part II
  • Junfeng Zhang's Windows Programming Notes

    Creating a publisher policy

    MSDN documented how to create a publisher policy Basically you run al.exe with the "/link" option. The generated publisher policy assembly...
  • Aali's blog

    Language issue revisited

    To be clear about it: I have no issue about the REAL language choice, it is C# for me ;) Seriously speaking, it does not matter what .NET programming language you use - after all roughly the same functionality can be achieved with any of them. It is more...
  • Aali's blog


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  • deeptanshuv's WebLog

    Asp .Net debugging in XP SP2

    A person emailed me requesting me to blog step by step instructions on how to get Asp .Net working on XP SP2, and to check the status for each step. I thought this would be a lengthy blog, but on second thoughts realize there isn't anything very deep...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    InfoPath and Managed Code

    Question: I have installed InfoPath SP 1 and am ready to develop some managed code using Visual Studio 2003. However, I can’t figure out how to do it? Answer: Actually installing SP 1 is only half of the solution. You still need to install the InfoPath...
  • BCL Team Blog

    Array.IndexOf performance caveat[Gang Peng]

    Array.IndexOf are “generic” methods to search for an item in an one dimensional array. However since they are generic, there are some performance caveats. Array.IndexOf handles arrays in three different ways: (1) If the array is a SZArray (one dimensional...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Where to work after college...

    According to this article found on Microsoft PressPass it appears that U.S. undergraduate students would most like to work for Microsoft . Where do you want to work and if at Microsoft for which product team? --Eric (Grand Valley State University)
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