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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    WiFi @ Coolum

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    I'm up in Coolum this week for the ANZ Partner Conference . I am working in the Exhibition pavilion this afternoon, and the whole area has a wireless hotspot . It's pretty cool sitting up here on the Sunshine Coast connected to the net. It's like one...
  • James Newkirk's Blog

    New TDD Example: Bookmark Collection

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    Thanks again to all the people who responded with their excellent suggestions for a new TDD example. I have decided to choose the Bookmark Collection suggestion from Darrell Norton . Why did I choose this? First it has many of the qualities of the Stack...
  • Reckless

    WSE Trace Tool

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    Simon Guest built a front end on top of the WSE trace files. Cool stuff. If this were productized, what additional features would it have?
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    64-bit Windows, an advantage also for 32-bit applications

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    The easiest way to take advantage of a 64-bit OS is of course running existing – 32-bit – applications on the new platform. In earlier blogs I mentioned how easy it is and that even 32-bit application take advantage of the underlying 64-bit operating...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Q & A Visual Basic – Declaring Arrays using WithEvents

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    Q: Why can’t we declare arrays with the WithEvents keyword? I’ve read the MSDN documentation on WithEvents but it doesn’t explain why this is the case. doc excerpt Part Description WithEvents Optional. Keyword specifying that varname is an object variable...
  • Rudi Larno's WebLog

    Innovation inspired by your Potential

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    The 'Your Potential, Our Passion' campaign has been in Microsoft for over a year now. And the first time I saw some of the to-be-telivised ads, I was impressed. It is one of the best videos I have seen in years from Microsoft. This is a nice follow up...
  • Visual Studio Product Feedback Blog

    Customer and Product Group PFC Issues

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    As the Product Feedback Center team plans upcoming releases, we have been brainstorming and prioritizing improvements to address the major pain points customers and product teams have experienced since the site went public at the end of June. Though the...
  • joc's bLog

    One last debugger tip

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    Since Matt is doing a great job of documenting the handy features I added in the debugger, I thought I'd try and beat him to the punch on some of the last few things. Normally John Robbins makes a pile of cash from putting these in his excellent books...
  • Reckless

    DevCon Selling out Quickly

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    We have had the registration site up for the Dev Con for a week now, and we are already more than half way full. A shameless plug for our co-sponsors. If you are looking for formal training on XML, Web Services, or the CLR, sign up for the PluralSight...
  • Van Kichline's WebLog

    An unexpected side effect of storing short directory paths

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    This is a bit off the topic, too, but I'm running a time consuming process on two other machines right now... I run a web server in my basement on DSL. Over the weekend I decided to finally upgrade the 80 GB hard disk that had been spinning practically...
  • Ryans WebLog

    opening blog, and comment regarding executing procedures from views

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    Hi, this is my opening blog. I intend to use this space to discuss my SQL 2000 exploits, and to build up some blogging experience. As an opener, I'd like to describe a scenerio I've seen in news group posts - 'execution of a stored procedure as a view...
  • Stephen Fisher

    Outlook item selection with a pen

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    Kent Compton ( http://blogs.msdn.com/Kentc/ ) provided a tip on how to select multiple Outlook items with a TabletPC pen (e.g. deleting email). "Here's what I do for deleting/marking read/etc. contiguous emails: 1) Hover your mouse just on the inside...
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