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  • DC's .Net Client Blogs

    Web Hosting Plans

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    In a world where pop-ups and banner ads is the rule finding a web host that is free of charge and has no pop-ups or banner ads is not only tough but close to impossible. In my quest to re-juvenate my website I spent a lot of time searching for the optimal...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    Die Developer Group bloggt

    Darauf hat die Welt gewartet: Die "Developer Platform & Strategy Group" der Microsoft Deutschland GmbH hat endlich ein eigenes Blog ! Dirk hat dieses Projekt unermüdlich vorangetrieben - danke! Man darf gespannt sein auf staunenerweckende Insiderinfos...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    MSDN Experten - neue Seite bei MS

    Was ist eigentlich ein Denkpanzer? (Oder was bedeutet eigentlich "Think Tank"?...) Anyway ... es gibt eine neue " MSDN Experten "-Seite auf Microsofts deutscher Homepage, wo sich in Zukunft das geballte Wissen bekannter und berüchtigter Sprecher und Autoren...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    iMer

    MacWorld: Alles redet über den Mac mini, aber der wirkliche Hit ist recht unbemerkt geblieben: iMer . (Danke, Roberto !)
  • Brian A White's Blog

    SourceGear Building Heterogenous Client for Team Foundation

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    For all you out there wondering how you are going to support your Unix, Linix, MAC, and yes Eclipse developers if you move to Team Foundation take a gander at Eric Sink's Blog http://software.ericsink.com/entries/allerton.html
  • Software Test Engineering @ Microsoft

    Why does Software Crash #1 – The Access Violation

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    Pop quiz: what does this line of code do when executed? int foo = (*(( int *)0)); If you’re an astute reader, you can solve the answer just by reading the title of the blog post. But, more interestingly, let’s forget about that buzzword and analyze exactly...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Why it is better to log failure by default in a test case rather than to log pass by default – Part 2

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    As promised, I said I would ask some of the people from my team after they returned from vacation about the history of LogPass. I met with one of our SDET Leads to find out more. Here’s what I learned. Logging failure by default is a Test-Driven Development...
  • Brian A White's Blog

    Team Foundation Deployment Topologies

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    I’m going to let the discussions drive my direction for this post. In here I cover Team Foundation Deployment Topologies . Again, I’m interested in your early feedback to help validate our assumptions. The primary team system server is the Team Foundation...
  • joc's bLog

    Just keep talking

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    I'll be participating in a VSTS Dev/Test tools team chat over the next couple of days. Please feel free to join us, and I'll try to answer as many of your questions as I can. Wednesday, January 12th, 2005 @ 5:30pm (PST), Add to Calendar Thursday, January...
  • Ben Riga's Deep Shift

    .NET Reality Check

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    I'm a Microsoft employee in Silicon Valley so I've gotten used to the slings and arrows of friends at social events. Last Friday was no exception. I joined a few friends for a get-together fund-raiser supporting a Team-in-Training runner . At the event...
  • António Ribeiro's WebLog

    Rendering n-column tables using the Repeater control

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    The ASP.NET Repeater control provides a template-based mechanism for rendering data using Data Binding. A basic usage sample can be found here . The control uses the <ItemTemplate> tag for declaring HTML that should be rendered for each data item...
  • DC's .Net Client Blogs

    Designer Hosting

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    There have been a lot of improvements for designer hosting in Whidbey. The task of creating a host form that hosts other designers in Everett is a huge task requiring probably 100s of lines of code. In Whidbey it is down to <10 lines. More on this...
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