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  • Omar Shahine

    OneNote Managed API

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    Donovan has posted a preview of the managed OneNote API that I collaborated on. Donovan did most of the heavy lifting and is the papa of the actual Data Import API in OneNote. The managed interface that we worked on provides a very rich way to interact...
  • AdamU's WebLog

    You've got Questions, I've got answers.

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    I got some questions on my last blog post, so I’ll do my best to answer them now: Q. How hard is it to get a job at Microsoft? Well, that’s a tough question to answer. There are hundreds of variables there. If you know someone and they submit...
  • Antimail

    MSDN article

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    I collaborated with Stephen Toub and Steve Lamb on a MSDN article on .NET reflection - check it out! http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/04/07/NETMatters/default.aspx
  • Gooey Bugs

    Debugger windows, under what menu item should they live?

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    Andy has recently posted a question: Should debugging windows be accessible under the Views top-level menu item or under the Debug top-level menu item? Or both? Please respond at: http://blogs.msdn.com/andypennell/archive/2004/06/17/158597.aspx
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    XML 2004: I'll Be There

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    My submission on Designing Extensible & Version Resilient XML Formats has been accepted to XML 2004 . It looks like I'm going to be in Washington D.C. this fall. Currently I'm in the process of writing an article about the topic of my talk which should...
  • Vinayak's WebLog

    Do you like to be on the cutting edge and build on the latest Microsoft .NET platform?

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    Yes, we have another open position in our team. Additional information regarding this opening can be found here .
  • Donovan Lange's Work-Blog

    Caution: addictive material! Handle with care.

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    It was more difficult than we expected. Our fingers are exhausted, and we won't even talk about the truly frightening quantities of Mt. Dew that were consumed. The end result: a shiny pile of ones and zeros we think you'll want to meet. Previously...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    My feet are wet

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    and I may get pneumonia, but it's worth it to sit outside watching the most amazing thunderstorm I've seen in a long while. I was wondering why it was getting so warm in my apt and I suddenly noticed flashing outside. It was so rapid that I thought maybe...
  • Carter Maslan

    Why Developers are Great People

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    As my teammates are scrambling late into the night to finish a prototype for tomorrow morning, I’m struck by why I love developers. We’re optimists at our core. I mean, have you ever met a developer that, committed to a vision of what’s...
  • The Old New Thing

    Tweaked comment policy

    The two-week rule....
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Stephen links to MSDN Mag CHM files

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    This isn't really specific to C++, but I thought Visual C++ Developer Center readers might find this interesting. Stephen Toub links to this year's issues of MSDN Magazine in CHM format. This is a seriously cool way to read MSDN Magazine on the road:...
  • load of tosh

    Weird Afternoon at Microsoft

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    Weird afternoon at Microsoft today. My building sits between our conference center and a cafeteria and as I look down from my window I can see the pathway into the cafe. This afternoon I looked down and saw this woman that looked strikingly like Marilyn...
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