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  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    What are Winforms and where are they going to go ?

    its a topic of much discussion on where the whole area of Winforms is going to go ? 1st and foremost, people may or maynot realise what WinForms means? and why is the term WinForms and Smart Client are so closely tied? But, I hear you say what does Smart...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    WinForms 2.0 - Whidbey

    For the next version of .NET (codenamed "Whidbey"), WinForms is going though a significant and major release. You can find all of the details here . One of the most interesting area for me, is the new ClickOnce technology, as it is a new application deployment...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Luas Official opening on Wednesday 30th June

    Life is good and finally I can get to work in a sane about of time. My current commute to the office with public transport is over 90+ minutes ?? With the luas due to start running on Wed., it really is going to be interesting to see what the takeup...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Testing Category Created

    Welcome to my new Testing category. In this category, I plan to discuss what it means to test software, automation versus manual testing, different testing methodologies, black box testing, white box testing, code coverage, and all that jazz.
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    A few Extra Thoughts after three days with VS 2005 Beta 1

    Last week I spent three days app building. ( Day 1 , Day 2 , Day 3 ) My goal was to port the VSCmdShell project to Whidbey, finish some feature work, fix bugs, and release both a VS 2003 and VS 2005 0.8 version of the add-in. I accomplished most of what...
  • Rob Caron

    Brian White on Linguistic Nimbility

    Brian White , one of the Program Managers for Team Foundation Server (specifically, the work item tracking piece of Visual Studio Team System ), blogs about acronyms at Microsoft and the sources of project code names. Linguistic Nimbility The day I loose...
  • BizTalk Core Engine's WebLog

    I'm back. :)

    Okay, wow apparently people are out there waiting for some more BTS blogs. So here we go. First, who am I? My name is Lee Graber. In August I will have been working as a developer on BizTalk Server for 5 years. In previous releases I owned (a non-MS...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    The Value of Developer Newsgroups

    Here is a great example why we encourage teams to make sure questions are being answered in their newsgroups. ( Link ) After answering a question for another user, Steve McLellan had this to say: “these newsgroups are a great resource, and...
  • Brian A White's Blog

    Linguistic Nimbility

    The day I loose my linguistic nimbility will be the day I leave the software industry. You might ask what is linguistic nimbility? or LN for short. Well, linguistic nimbility consists off two skills. First, is the ability to determining the meaning of...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    debug vs. release in C#

    A question came up on an internal DL about checking if an assembly was debug or release. I’m always looking for something to spout about, and this seemed like a good one. There are 3 things people typically identify as the difference between...
  • David Kline

    Debugging NetCF applications using cordbg -- Part III

    In Part II of NetCF debugging with cordbg, I talked about my favorite debugger modes. Today, I want to discuss the cordbg commands which are not supported when debugging .NET Compact Framework projects. Please note that this list is accurate as of...
  • Realize .NET Potential

    .NET Quiz (Q1-Q4)

    A quick way to measure your understanding of .NET is to take some quiz questions. And from time to time, I will offer some for your enjoyment. The answers will be given out either in the comment and/or in the next Quiz blog. Of course, you can usually...
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