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  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Jesse Liberty, author of one of my favorite books (Clouds to Code) gives an overview of "My" in Visual Basic 2005

    Blurb copied using the cool "Blog This" link on the ondotnet pages :) Rapid Application Development with VB.NET 2.0 by Jesse Liberty -- For a couple of years now, Jesse Liberty been touting the Microsoft endorsed-sentiment that it really doesn't matter...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Free PSS Support for Technical Issues

    Have one of those technical questions that you can’t find an answer to in the Microsoft Knowledge Base on through Google ? Well, if you have an active MSDN Subscription , you can now get answers from PSS by posting your question or issue to the...
  • Brian Keller

    Newlyweds @ 10:00 pm, MTV, tonight

    If you were at Tech-Ed in San Diego then you may have seen Jessica Simpson perform at the Microsoft MOM event. I'm getting preliminary confirmations from my east coast friends that clips from that show will be on tonight's episode of Newlyweds. My friend...
  • Rob Caron

    Now Blogging: Sam Mullis

    Sam Mullis [ RSS ], a member of the Visual Studio Team System Source Control (aka Hatteras) test team, has entered the fray with a blog of his own: YAHTB - Yet Another Hatteras Test Blogger Since starting on the hatteras team as a Software Development...
  • MS.COM Operations Tools Team WebLog

    Color me impressed

    A number of years ago, my son asked me what I did for a living. Apparently, it had been a topic of discussion in his class that day. At the time, he was about 5, so I decided the safe answer was to say “I work with computers” to which he responded...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Office Security

    I meant to blog about this earlier, but my vacation threw everything off. One of the issues I care about most is security when creating Office-oriented solutions. Now, as anyone knows, the answer to this question, "What is a secure system?" depends...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    What's wrong with this code, part 5

    So there was a reason behind yesterday’s post about TransmitFile , it was a lead-in for “What’s wrong with this code, part 5”. Consider the following rather naïve implementation of TransmitFile (clearly this isn’t the...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    My Daily list o' Links

    I was asked by a TechEd attendee which web sites often visit. I scan the following every morning, just to see if there's any little tidbits of useful stuff: http://www.governmentsecurity...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Cultural issues to consider when writing worldwide applications

    My colleague, former manager and friend Michele Coady is currently an international test lead on the Visual Studio and .NET Framework localization team. She sent me a really interesting link today that I wanted to pass on for anyone who may be writing...
  • Under The Hood - Matt Pietrek

    Cool Whidbey debugger feature: Merge Environment

    If your app depends on a particular set of environment variables, it could sometimes be a real pain to debug. Case in point: The .NET profiling API depends on two environment variables to push the unmanaged profiling DLL into a process. I covered this...
  • Richard Godfrey

    The camera never lies

    Last time I was over in Seattle I popped into the company shop and bought a copy of Digital Image Pro 9. Well, it blew me away yesterday when chose a photo of my kids holding arms and decided to edit out the eldest's legs to leave her hovering in mid...
  • Srinath Vasireddy

    10 Minute Smart Client survey

    Here is an opportunity for you to influence PAG’s smart client efforts & deliverables. We are doing a 10 minute survey on smart clients; please participate, spread the news & get as many people as possible to influence Access the survey...
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