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  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Kevin Hammond is trying to get a Java environment together...

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    Kevin Hammond is blogging about his experience in trying to use Eclipse . I found this quote interesting: There's too many cooks in the pot. I had to go to Sun to get my JDK. I had to go to apache.org to get Tomcat. I had to go to Eclipse to get my editor...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Mt St Helens - Seismic Activity Increases Overnight

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    Quakes are coming at about 4 a minute, some are magnitude 3.0 - the USGS are saying that there could be an eruption at any time - exactly what that means isn't clear, this could be a release of steam or hot ash/rock - scientists aren't expecting anything...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Power Management ?

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    I'm interested in how many of the devices people are building implement power management ? - and what does Power Management mean to you, does power management translate to extended battery life, or something else ? - Mike
  • Brad Abrams

    Paint.Net

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    Another managed application… Paint.Net … Looks very cool… I love to see how folks are using managed code in a wide verity of applications. What do you think?
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Solar Power in Washington State

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    Yes it is possible and you can learn more about it on October 2 nd (this Saturday) at a variety of locations. See http://www.solarwashington.org/Tour/2004/index.htm for more information. My suggestion: start using solar power now and be the cool kid on...
  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    Sydney VFP User Group Webcast Recording Now Online

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    http://www112.placeware.com/cc/lmevents/viewRecordings Enter your name ID: msft092904ac Password: KJS89Q Click Submit On the next page, please enter your Email and Company Name (if required) and click Submit. Choose between the pure Windows Media format...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Microsoft Physics Illustrator for Tablet PC

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    Okay…I don’t have a Tablet PC to run this on, so I’m not sure if this is the application I saw demonstrated by Microsoft Research awhile back, but if it is, it’s very cool . Here’s the brief description of the Microsoft Physics Illustrator for Tablet...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Ron Jeffries at the XP West Michigan User Group

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    I apologize for not being able to give you an earlier heads-up on the Ron Jeffries presentation at the XP West Michigan User Group last night. It was well attended (I’d guess that there were approximately 50 people), but it would have been great to see...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Introductions, ICorDebug + CLR Debugging Services

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    My name is Mike Stall, and I'm a developer on the CLR (also called the .NET runtime and a host of other names). I currently work on the CLR Debugging Services along with some other folks. We design and implement the managed debugging API exposed by the...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Axis 1.2 alpha installed and running

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    Pulled down and installed Axis 1.2 alpha. Yet another download. Pulled down and installed xerces 2.5. Yet another download. Pulled down and installed Java Activation Framework (JAF) 1.0.2. Yet another download With that said, happyaxis.jsp validates and...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Games in Managed Code

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    Brad Abrams points out Arena Wars , a game written using managed code. Based on some of the comments on his site , it sounds like it’s worth taking a look at the downloadable demo . Has anyone else had a chance to investigate this? With most of...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Experience with my new Java environment thus far

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    I was asked in a feedback item about my thoughts on Eclipse. Let me preface with what I'm about to say is that as far as free development environments go, Eclipse is nice. I'd even say it's very nice. With that said, I spent a good portion of the day...
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