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  • HoppeRx - the cure for your ailing device

    Hopper noise is driving me crazy!

    Anyone witnessing Hopper in action can attest to the annoying chips, clicks and rings coming from the device under test – running many devices adds to the cacophony and your office is soon inhabitable. Hopper always seems to find the loudest speaker setting...
  • Sriram Krishnan

    Object test bench rocks!

    You ever get that feeling when you stumble across something truly mind-blowing and you want to blog about it instantly? You feel that you need to just tell someone how cool something is? Well, I've just had such an experience and the cause is a new Visual...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    What my dog taught me about race conditions

    I have a black Labrador named Sofie. She's about 2 and a half now, but still a puppy at heart. Here's a picture of her (along with her best friend, Sierra, who is a yellow lab): One morning, Sofie reminded me of a valuable issue with threading and race...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Blogs and cowards

    I normally go only tech in my blog with the exception of my rock thought of the day. But, the thread going on Scoble's blog today requires a temporary exception. Robert came out in defense of another blogger who was excoriated by some cowards because...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    On ESB and other things

    Lots of things are going on as always: 1. We completed the "Microsoft position on ESB" document. This will go to microsoft web sites shortly and is our official position. Get it here . In short if you are looking for "ESB" we can help you; but on the...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows CE 5.0 Emulator and KdStub

    I've just re-imaged one of my desktop PC's, installing Windows XP SP2, Windows CE 5.0, Visual Studio 2005 CTP, Windows XP Embedded SP2 - I've used the same hardware to build a number of demos over the last several months - I decided to wipe the drive...
  • Rob's Rhapsody

    Commanding and Dictation - One mode or two in Windows Vista?

    A few followers of my blog have recently asked me: In Office XP, Office 2003, and in Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, there are two separate modes for Commanding and for Dictation. Will this still be true in Windows Vista Speech Recognition? I'm...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Are you still using VB 6?

    Are you still using VB 6? If you are then this is something that you will want to attend. Methods and Masters: The VB Upgrade Tour Register Here Wednesday, October 05, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Microsoft Waltham Office Room: MPR A&B...
  • Rob's Rhapsody

    Thursday's Customer Presentation - A Success!!

    First, I'd like to thank those customers who took time out of their busy schedules to come up to Redmond to see our latest Beta 2 progress, and give us very important feedback on how we're doing. It was quite a tremendous day, Thursday, for the entire...
  • Jay's blog on text-to-speech (Now Defunct)

    NSF site on linguistics

    Here is a great site on a lot of issues related to language and linguistics .
  • Musings on software development


    Hi! I am Anu, a developer in the Team Build team, that is a part of the growingly popular Visual Studio Team System. This is my opening blog entry and I intend to share my thoughts about my product, my team and about other general software development...
  • Stan's WWWeblog

    The Last Frontier

    Yep that’s their state nickname and it’s a good fit. But, it kind of assumes that the country will never grow again and who knows. The wonderful thing about blogging is I can just tell people to read this instead of having to have a long conversation...
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