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  • Visual Studio

    FotoVision has arrived (End2End Smart Client Shared Source Sample)

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    “The FotoVision sample allows you to easily share photos on the web and demonstrates a variety of .NET technologies including Windows Forms, ASP.NET, Web services, and the .NET Compact Framework. It consists of a desktop, web, and Pocket PC sample...
  • Maoni's WebLog

    Using GC Efficiently – Part 1

    • 69 Comments
    So the goal here is to explain the cost of things so you can make good decisions in your managed memory usage – it’s not to explain GC itself - it’s to explain how to use it. I assume most of you are more interested in using a garbage...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    TechEd Slides working their way online...

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    I'm slowly getting the TechEd slides up and onto MSDN... the first few for VB are up here , SQL's are here ... and more are coming very soon now for C#, C++, ASP.NET and others... ( Listening To : The Darkest One [ The Tragically Hip / In Violet...
  • Buck Hodges

    Interfaces for the TFS source control client

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    The new source control system in Team Foundation will have several client interfaces. Command line The command line interface provides a complete set of commands for performing all of your source control tasks. When run interactively (i.e., the /noprompt...
  • Mark M's WebLog

    The Greatest Blog Post Ever

    • 3 Comments
    I was just on a conference call. A dozen right headed minds expressing opinions and laying blame on those not fortunate enough to have the dial-in number. Attempting to multitask, with an emphasis on the non-conference call related activity when, out...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Running at Microsoft

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    Microsoft makes it really easy to run during lunch time and for me that’s been a great benefit. In most collections of building, there is a locker room so that you not only have a place to change and take a shower, but the real hidden perk is that...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    I just like to make things complicated...

    • 14 Comments
    When I started out to build a voting control, I drew up a set of requirements that led to a 5+ table system... some form of UI for creating/editing polls... plus the control itself. Then, when I had SQL running behind my web site, I wanted something up...
  • Paul Stubbs

    Turning 64

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    After coming back from TechEd 2004 I was really excited by all of the new technologies that I saw. I also realized that my venerable Dell was in need of some help. I wanted to try everything I saw at TechEd but realized that I don't have enough horsepower...
  • One Louder

    Why do bloggers keep falling off?

    • 18 Comments
    Does the novelty of blogging wear off so quickly that people aren't keeping up their blogs? I notice that many of the people I have linked to have just let their blogs go. And I am actively unlinking for sure. Are we all such perfectionists that if we...
  • aaron's weblog

    Good Tidings from VSCore Land

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    I've been really bad about posting for the past few weeks due to a huge number of deadlines. I want to apologize for being so bad about maintaining this weblog lately. I will be adding more consistency content over the coming weeks, so stay tuned for...
  • Being Scott Densmore

    Unit Testing Again...

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    Looks like Jim Newkirk has put on his flame suit and headed out into the fire here on the unit testing debate. Since I work with Jim you can only imagine that I share his position.
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Wayward's Deep Dark Secret

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    Normally, I'd have titled a post like this as a way to catch wandering eyes and then I'd spew out some silly little tirade about some sinister secret, and it would drag on and on never quite divulging anything and finally ending with either a punch-line...
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