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  • Ryan Storgaard's Blog

    Windows Mobility resources - Vancouver .NET User Group Presentation

    I had a great time last night delivering a mobility talk to the Vancouver .NET User Groups. Thanks for coming everyone and congrat's to the lucky winners of our prize draws!! If you didn't win something this time, keep coming as we'll be giving away more...
  • Chris Keyser's Blog

    Code for SCT implementation in a farm

    Sorry I've been dark for a few weeks - I've been in the process of trying to get my blogs and sample code on SCT's in a web farm packaged up and released to MSDN. I hope to have it out there in a couple of weeks. I will be getting back into my blog next...
  • Test Guide

    Warning: Bad Lyrics Ahead

    Microsoft requires any vehicle parked on campus to be registered. Visitors register with the receptionist where they're visiting; everyone else registers with Security. I don't know what visitors get when they register, but employees get a numbered tag...

    New CodeWise Community Page

    There's a new CodeWise Community Page up on MSDN. This is a great place to go to find links to developer sites all over the net. About CodeWise The Code Wise Community site is your resource for third-party tips, code samples, advice, and news from independent...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Fun stuff on the VSD team blog

    Neil keeps yelling at me for not linking to the cool stuff he posts on the Visual Studio for Devices blog . I assume that everyone who reads our blog has also already subscribed to theirs but just in case, here's a sampling of what you've missed: Which...
  • To the tune of James

    End of Support for VC++ 6.0

    Well, in a few days mainstream end of support for Visual C++ 6.0 will end. There is extended support thru 9/2005, but if you are an ISV using nmake to cross-compile your libraries and maintain some sort of code parity with your windows version. Have a...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Rick Myers, a tester in our division, recently relaunched his Windows Mobile info site at a new URL. His site is pretty popular here but I don't think many people outside of Microsoft are aware of it, so here you go... . Check it out!...
  • Jesper snackar dynga då och då. Här är beviset.

    Svenska är fantastiskt!

    Swedish is amazing! Norwegian and Danish too, by the way. A while ago, I wrote in Swedish about an interesting localizability bug I saw while working on Windows XP. The gist of it is that in Home Edition, there's a user account called "Owner". There's...
  • VinceX.NET's WebLog

    Improving XML Document Validation with Schematron

    Found on MSDN today Improving XML Document Validation with Schematron Dare Obasanjo describes how to use the Schematron XML validation language to enforce constraints on XML documents beyond the capabilities of the W3C XML Schema. (September 27, Article...
  • Loosely Coupled Thinking

    A Bad Movie, ebXML and The Emperor's New Clothes

    Aside from the fact that this story uses the title of one of the single worst films I have ever seen , the story prompted me to reflect on the current state of affairs. When was the last time you saw a headline like "FAST, FURIOUS ebXML SPENDING EXPECTED...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Windows Programming Notes

    When AssemblyResolve handler meets AssemblyResolve handler

    When CLR loader cannot find an assembly via the standard probing, CLR loader will give you a chance to provide the assembly, by firing AssemblyResolve event. You can subscribe to this event, and provide the assembly when necessary. Now what if your event...
  • Aaron Marten

    Coming soon to a package near you

    Now that the summer is over officially (it's back around 55°F here in Seattle ), it's time to get back to work. J For those of you who still haven’t taken a sneak peek at the features coming to VSIP in 2005 by downloading the Beta SDK, here is a preview...
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