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  • Visual Studio Editor Blog

    Guidelines - a hidden feature for the Visual Studio Editor

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    Guidelines are visible column indicators for the VS Editor. For more info on how to enable them, check out http://blogs.msdn.com/saraford/archive/2004/11/15/257953.aspx Thanks, - sara
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Bouncing Zero Bugs, Together

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    Sorry for not blogging much lately, but good heavens, I've been busy. I'm working on a new book, I cooked an early Thanksgiving turkey dinner for 13 of my favourite people yesterday, and we bounced zero bugs on Friday. We what on Friday? Lemme splain...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Guidelines – a hidden feature for the Visual Studio Editor

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    Update 12/2/2004:  Uploaded an image from Visual Studio 2005 Beta.  Note the image below shows guidelines at column numbers 5 and 30, but the regkey value is RBG(255,0,0), 4, 29.  The Guideline column numbers are 0-based in the registry...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Free Windows XP Service Pack 2 E-Learning Clinics

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    There are free Windows XP Service Pack 2 E-Learning Clinics, located at https://www.microsoftelearning.com/xpsp2/ So if you are an IT-Pro or Dev and you want to get up to speed on whats included in XP SP2 , the clinics includes the following sessions...
  • Michael Stuart's Weblog

    Halo 2 and ISA Server

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    OK, I'm NOT a networking expert...after all I'm a developer, so I can spell TCP/IP and have some vague notion that it helps my applications do stuff like talk to other computers. But necessity is the mother of invention; and what greater necessity than...
  • The ShiSh List

    robots.txt

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    Having a robots.txt file in the root folder of your website tells a search robot if its permitted to index the pages in your site. The robots.txt file can define which robots are allowed to index it and which folder. For example, the following content...
  • .net and other interesting dev stuff in PA

    SQL Server/Visual Studio 2005 Hands-On-Labs in Greater PA

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    In conjunction with the PhillyDotNet and Philadelphia SQL Server user groups, we're doing a series of monthly hands-on-labs around SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005. See the schedule at: http://www.phillydotnet.org/Default.aspx?tabid=362 These labs...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Transparency in Product Development

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    Soma (VP in charge of the developer division) writes about being more transparent . I, for one, think that we have a way to go in this area, but it's not my opinion that matters - it's your's. So go read the post and comment on where we've made progress...
  • Matt Powell

    WSE FAQ

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    John created www.wsefaq.com ! I can see this being a great resource for WSE developers although it is still a little sparse at this early stage (although I've noticed that it is getting better). And if a FAQ is too one-way for you, check out the wiki...
  • oliverlu's WebLog

    SPS2003中Update的类型

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    Full Update 不用说了,所有的都来一遍。 Incremental Update 增量更新,只更新新添加的东东。 Incremental Update (Inclusive) 也是增量更新,但包括被删掉的内容,而 Incremental Update 是只更新新增加的内容。 Adaptive Update 可以称为 “ 自适应更新 ” 。会根据变化的情况,自动减小或者增大 Index 的时间间隔。例如一个内容源很少变化,这种更新就会适当延长更新的周期。反之亦然。 其实还有另一种 Update...
  • Matt Powell

    Mark Takes over WSE

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    Mark Fussell , former program manager for the System.Xml namespace, has moved over to be the program manager for WSE. He's looking for feedback on features of WSE 3.0 . -Matt
  • Vineet Rao's WebLog

    Introduction

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    My name is Vineet Rao and I am a Program Manager in the SQL Server group working on database programming mainly CLR Integration. I work on CLR hosting, Visual Studio integration and T-SQL / CLR debugging. Many developers and database administrators have...
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