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  • Scott Beaudreau's Weblog

    Developing an DebuggerVisualizer for Images

    Visual Studio 2005 allows you to extend your debugger's visualization capabilities by creating a new DebuggerVisualizer class. This class simply registers itself with an appropriate assembly-level attribute, and when it is invoked by the debugger, it displays a custom form, control, or dialog that can render the passed type. It must be installed in a specific subfolder at either the user or the machine level. It's simple enough that you can build one in 5 minutes....
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Internet Boom v.2.0 Has Just Begun

    The second Internet boom has just begun, according to Mary Meeker, Morgan Stantley's MD : "Meeker has observed patterns emerge over a decade that are critical to the Internet's success as a commercial proposition. In terms of company creation, she...
  • Somasegar's blog

    From Russia, With Love!

    I am a big fan of the James Bond series of films and to this day, "From Russia With Love" remains one of my favorite James Bond movies, not to mention Sean Connery's fabulous role as the 007 agent in the movie. In any case, I am getting to spend a...
  • JTChris's WebLog

    Informal Poll for Developers: What Longhorn SDK samples do you want see?

    If you're a developer who has had a chance (or would like to now take the opportunity - see for a great starting point) to play around with the various APIs in Longhorn, this post is for you ... A big...
  • JTChris's WebLog

    Windows Forms Wanderings, Indeed ...

    My big plans for my blog amounted to ... well, not quite naught but darn close. And now it's too late, because my "Windows Forms Wanderings" ended up wandering off to another position at Microsoft. I'm now a developer on the Longhorn SDK team, so no...
  • NETNew WebLog

    New - Metro Specification and Reference Guide for document-level interop

    "Metro" is the codename for a set of conventions for the use of XML and other widely available technologies to describe the content and appearance of paginated documents. By proposing these specifciations, Microsoft hopes to enable document-level interoperability...
  • Rob Copeland's Blog

    Refactoring in VB!

    I said that I might find something interesting to blog about during my trip to Florida. Well, I didn’t find anything interesting here (other than the dolphin that tried to attack my son – but I’ll save that for a different time), so I thought I'd tell...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Playing a CD, part 5 - MCI commands.

    I'm almost done with the easy part of the "playing a CD" series. Today, we'll look at the other half of the MCI APIs, the MCI command set. HRESULT CMCICommandCDPlayer::Initialize(void) { MCIERROR mciError; MCI_STATUS_PARMS statusParms = {0}; MCI_OPEN_PARMS...
  • mgrier's WebLog

    Future examples - standards, conventions

    I'm going to start blogging some more and I just wanted to be explicit, as Raymond is, about the coding style I am going to use for my purposes. I have several types of issues I want to use my soapbox to discuss and elicit feedback. I'm going to...
  • venkatna's (Venkat Narayanan's) WebLog

    IIS Webcast series now has its own website

    If you are a web developer or test web sites or manage a web site, you might have seen the IIS some of the IIS web casts. Now the IIS team has its own portal for the IIS Webcast series. I have found the Web casts very useful for a variety of topics and...
  • View from Above

    New team and we are Hiring!

    Recently my team got "re-orged". It normally means that the current project has run its course or there are more important projects that need resources and hence team moves on to a new project. We are "Developer Division Customer Product Lifecycle...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Google Ads Are Coming to RSS

    Google Ads Are Coming to RSS , via John Battelle . Good, bad?
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