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  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    MDC Wrap Up

    Peter Foot was at MDC on behalf of Pocket PC / Smartphone Thoughts and posted his coverage of the conference a few days ago and summarizes many of the interesting things discussed at the event. So if you missed the event or have a bad memory like me,...
  • Brad Abrams

    Mutable reference types should not be read-only fields

    On the internal FxCop support alias someone asked about the background on the rule that mutable reference types should not be read-only fields… One of the more astute members of the alias was able to quote chapter and verse of the Design Guidelines...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    ASP.NET Exposed Extension

    Ok -- the registration is now live for the extension cities at the only city we are waiting on is Washington DC -- should be securing the venue today and have the reg link live by Friday. If it is coming to your town, be...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Office Developer Center and the MVP Summit

    So, the MVP Summit has come and gone. What a great experience. I hope they had as much fun as I did. During one of the sessions, those of us tasked with providing programmability documentation for Office developers peppered the MVPs with tons of questions...
  • jeff's WebLog

    channel 9

    If you have not had a chance to check out channel 9 , click on over.
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Welcome to the Developer PowerToys

    The Developer PowerToys site is a "work in progress" directory of cool utilities and tools developed by Microsoft and the community that are meant to improve developer productivity. Currently, on this site, you will find the original list of Powertoys...
  • Aaron Marten

    Managed Resource Editor using VSIP Extras

    Gaston Milano has released a managed resource editor using the final release of VSIP Extras. Nice work Gaston! This is an awesome tool!
  • One Louder

    Harvard and Wharton MBAs nolonger surveyed for b-school ranking

    Here's an article in Fast Company about Harvard and Wharton no longer sharing their MBA students' contact info for the surveying process to be included in the annual b-school ranking. Not sure what the real story is here...FC seems to think it's a case...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    Struts vs ASP.NET

    Back in December we had an article written describing the differences between Struts and ASP.NET -- I'd be curious to get your feedback. I've had a few questions lately around MVC implementations on various platforms and how ASP.NET and ASP.NET 2.0 is...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    VSS and WinDBG ++ Together at Last

    Are you a hardcore debugger: a kernel-mode, device driver-writin' stud? Do you avoid chrome-plated GUI and your mouse at all costs? If so, you can stop right now. This post isn't exactly for you. At the other end of the spectrum, if you're one of the...
  • Jeremy Bostron's Blog

    Channel 9 is live

    I am not sure how many of you have had a chance to go and check out Channel9 but it is a pretty cool look at things that are happening at Microsoft: There are some great videos and wiki's that are now rolling. I am curious...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Ron Jeffries Test-Driven Development WebCast on April 15th

    Ron Jeffries, author of Extreme Programming Adventures in C# , will discuss the application of Extreme Programming design and development techniques using C# and the.NET Framework in an upcoming Webcast on April 15 th . If you haven’t tried test...
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