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  • Nazim Lala

    Creating PocketPC themes

    So I just got a query about how to create PPC themes. Well it's simple ... we have a tool ... Pocket PC theme generator !
  • Santomania

    MGB rocked!

    I spent the last week in Atlanta together with ~12000 other Microsoft employees at the yearly MGB. This was my first such event, and for me it was a real wild ride. The people who coined the term “drinking out of a firehose” knew what they...
  • Maarten Mullender's WebLog

    CRUD, only when you can afford it

    After my article on Dealing with Concurrency: Designing Interaction Between Services and Their Agents ( and my talks at the TechEd in Amsterdam , I thought I needed to express my thoughts...
  • Rob Caron

    Test Post Using Guoqiang Wu's Simple .Text Blog Editor

    A test post to try the new blogging tool from Guoqiang Wu that uses Microsoft Office InfoPath 2003.   Unfortunately, I had to uninstall one of the Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition Beta and .NET Framework 2.0 to get it to run. Then I realized...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Blog Posts - 2004-07-20

    One of those slow days for Team System posts. I was really expecting more stuff in the news from the Rational Users Conference . Spurred on by Korby's post , Chris Rathjen has added a lengthy post on the subject of shelving. Chris Rathjen: Shelving! Korby...
  • Software Test Engineering @ Microsoft

    Microsoft Interview Question links

    There's been a recent spike of activity from people posting Microsoft interview questions online. Here's some links: Chris Sells' Questions for Testers , complete with some interesting SDE/T questions Aaron Boodman's Interviewing at Microsoft...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    What's wrong wth this code, part 4

    Ok, time for another “what’s wrong with this code” problem. This time, I’m writing a DLL. Nothing complicated, just a plain old DLL. As is expected, I publish a header file for my api: // The following ifdef block is the standard...
  • Angel Saenz-Badillos

    Whidbey ADO.NET 2.0 User Defined Types (UDTs) with Sql Server 2005

    You can now create your own objects in managed code and install them into Sql Server 2005 as data types! I am going to spend the next week blogging about the new Sql Server 2005 User Defined Types (UDTs). This is a very powerful feature that allows...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Future language features & scenarios

    We're starting to think about the release after Whidbey in the C# compiler team. I know that it seems strange that we have just shipped the Whidbey beta, and we're already talking about what comes next, but we're fairly close to being “shut down”...
  • Tim Sneath

    Migrating from Windows Forms 1.x to Windows Forms 2.0

    This entry starts by looking at the new features in Windows Forms 2.0, and then proceeds to describe the migration strategy for existing Windows Forms 1.0 applications that are to be migrated to .NET Framework 2.0. New Windows Forms Controls We...
  • IUpdateable from Eric Nelson (

    Is your database ready for SQL Server 2005?

    We recently released the SQL Server Best Practice Analyzer (BPA). This little tool allows you to check a SQL Server 2000 instance to see if it is following best practices - best practices that we have identified in the product groups, in our support organisation...
  • Nazim Lala

    Pocket PC themes - NETCF

    A long time ago I made some NETCF themes for the Pocket PC ... so I thought I should share them out for all the customization fanatics out there. Have fun !
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