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  • Roberdan

    The Social Enterprise

    We are social animals for whom networked software is creating a new kind of habitat. Social software can be defined as whatever supports or amplifies our social behavior as we colonize the virtual realm. The category includes familiar things such as groupware...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    C# Editor at a conference?

    Back in da day, I used to go to VC/VS themed conferences and talk about the debugger. Even though I wasn't a very good speaker, the talks were very well received. Lots of technical content, tips for how to be more productive with the debugger. When I...
  • Roberdan

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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Travel and Picture Frames...

    I'm in Cambridge [UK] for the week, working at Microsoft Research, Cambridge is a pretty cool place - I arrived at London Heathrow at about mid-day on Sunday, was met by a driver to take me to Cambridge - I was dropped off at Robinson College by about...
  • Jason Anderson's WebLog

    Visual Studio Team System: Overview of Static Analysis

    In earlier posts I've written about some of the VSTS features around code quality from a testing perspective. This time around I wanted to go into improving code quality from a development standpoint … specifically, Static Analysis. If you poke around...
  • Daniel Lehenbauer's Blog

    The Donut Primitive, V2

    I had mentioned previously that I was dissatisfied with the 1 st post in the 3D for the Rest of Us series because I felt that the post did not leave the reader with anything they could immediately go out and try. I was much happier with the 2 nd post...
  • Cyrus' Blather


    God I love Persion weddings. Great food, great dancing, great fun. Of course, this was no ordinary wedding. This was a Korean/Persian wedding. We sprinkled sugar on the pair, they pummeled them with dates and chestnuts. There was much rejoicing with wine...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Book Review: Opening the Xbox

    I'm an avid reader of scientific and technical books and magazines, so I have to make an occasional effort to read something non-technical. Dean Takahashi's Opening the Xbox is categorized under "business," and although it discusses the genesis of Microsoft...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    MCROSFT/Linux License Plate

    Over the past four years or so, I've had MCROSFT as my personal license plate. Does that illustrate how much I love working for such an awesome company? Or does it just confirm my über-geek status? Or both? Anyway, living in Slashdot territory (Holland...
  • William J. Steele's WebLog

    Not Work Related - How Some People Just Don't Get It!

    Ok... This is my first (of two) "rants." Yesterday, while I was driving home from picking up my Daughter, I stopped at a 4 way stop light. My side was red, and the crossing traffic was green. Ok so far? Now, to my left is a lady on a bicycle... and she...
  • deeptanshuv's WebLog

    The case of Turkish İ & Turkish I

    As one of the Internationalization representatives, it is my responsibility to make sure that our automation framework code uses ToUpper() & ToLower() correctly. In almost all cases this does not matter and therefore people don't bother to remember...
  • Visual Studio Team System

    Q: Where can I find the full FAQ for Visual Studio 2005 Team System?

    A: Applicability: Visual Studio 2005 Beta 1 Refresh with Visual Studio 2005 Team System
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