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  • .NET Security Blog

    Signing Assemblies With C# in Whidbey

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    You may be in for a surprise when you try to rebuild your strongly named assemblies written in C# under Whidbey for the first time. If you're using the AssemblyKeyFile attribute, you'll get a warning similar to this: signed.cs(4,11): warning CS1699...
  • Betsy Aoki's WebLog

    Walking through the halls of MSDN!

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    Heh! My officemate has her 15 minutes of fame on Channel 9 today! What I love about this whole video actually is how they capture things that you would not see, like our admin, a MSDN Directs meeting (the folks who report to our Product Unit Manager)...
  • Lisa Wollin

    Integrating FrontPage and VS .NET

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    I hadn't anticipated posting again so soon, but I wanted to comment on Saurabh Nandu's comment about Visual Studio .NET and FrontPage. Although both products provide Web development functionality, the two are not intended to be competing products....
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    The Apprentice’s Guide to what not to do

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    Leaving the cafeteria after lunch today, I noticed the front page of today’s USA Today : 10 Lessons of 'The Apprentice '. I always find humor in how the American public learns many of their life lessons and professional skills through television...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Writing Code On Whiteboards Is Hard

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    Work has been crazy lately and I haven't had much time to work on SimpleScript. It's a lot of work starting from scratch! Right now I'm writing a templatized hash table for the binders and other lookup tables. I haven't written templatized C++ for a loooong...
  • Dr. eX's Blog

    Catching Rename Events

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    "How do I trap rename file events in Solution Explorer and cancel the event if it happens?" Great question ! As with many things in Visual Studio Extensibility, there is a way to accomplish this with both Macros/Add-ins and with VSIP. First let’s...
  • Nonnenberg's Notes

    Summit Summary

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    Thanks to all the MVPs who made it to Redmond last week. It was great interacting with you. There were so many activities I couldn't blog about all of them in a timely fashion. So I'll do it now. Monday Night's dinner was a fun informal Microsoft...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Lack of Information – Programmatically Toggling the LOCK keys from VB.NET

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    As usual my blog entries arise from questions I’ve looked into for people. Today someone asked me how to toggle the NUMLOCK key from VB.NET. I thought to myself that surely there must be a sample somewhere? There was none…(at least nothing...
  • Brad Abrams

    The SLAR on System.Array

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    The SLAR on System.Array Continuing in the series on sharing some of the information in the .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference Vol 1 here are some of the annotations and a sample on the System.List class. BA Notice that we used...
  • simon.says

    XBox in Japan

    • 2 Comments
    Just in case you didn't think the XBox was gaining popularity in Japan... Here's a line of people waiting to play on the streets of Akihabara.
  • Johnwe's System Center Blog

    Best Practices for Integrating CMS and SharePoint

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    Saw this released today from the MSDN channel, took a quick read, and felt it was worth repeating. Great stuff including how to make a CMS template appear like a SharePoint page. http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnmscms02...
  • .NET4Office

    Type.Missing, C#, and Word

    • 11 Comments
    Recently there was a little bit of a ruckus about the correct way to talk to the Word object model in C# when it comes to missing arguments. If you've ever used the Word PIAs with C# (Primary Interop Assemblies) you will be familiar with the coding practice...
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