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  • DDITDev

    Which "where" is better in SQL 2005 and Xml, or the difference between knowing and knowing (posted by Paul)

    One of the projects I’m working on is to take performance data generated from our build lab in xml and create nifty visualizations of the data so developers can see what impact the changes they are making have on their product's performance. SQL Server...
  • Because we can

    Transactional Readership

    Firstly, apologies for not updating this more frequently. I haven't wanted to post about things until they're bug-free, just to be certain I'm not talking about something that won't work for you. So far, I've shown transactional writers. In these...
  • Brad Abrams

    Take the .NET Framework 2.0 Compatibility Challenge

    Lots of buzz around the issue of .NET Framework 2.0 running your current applications… I could wax on about why this kind of compatibility is important, what we have been doing to make sure your apps keep working, how side-by-side really helps here, why...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    The Open Source Heretic

    Today's open source class is opened with an article on based on an interview with Larry McVoy . Read the required readings for today's class, and then discuss amongst yourselves... Here are a couple of quotes from the article to get discussion...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    MEDC Wrap Up

    Well. MEDC was a complete hoot! After the BillG keynote I got so engrossed in meeting attendees, sponsors, exhibitors and attending sessions and labs that I didn't manage to blog again. I hope you were all able to keep up the the conference through...
  • jfo's coding

    Updating your RichTextBox safely

    I’ve gotten a few more questions about this after the brief mention about the RichTextBox threading problem . Is it just a rich text box problem? Can I use a TextBox instead? No, unfortunately all windows forms UI, as well as most Win32 UI...
  • BAM, BizTalk and Beyond

    BAM real-time aggregation vs. scheduled aggregation

    BAM supports two types of aggregations: real-time aggregation (RTA) and scheduled aggregation. Some customers have asked what are the differences between them and when to choose what. The biggest difference is the underling storage. The storage of...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    What new APIs do you want?

    Now that Windows Mobile 5.0 has shipped, it's time to plan the next version. We want your suggestions for new Windows Mobile APIs (either native or managed). Please submit your ideas via
  • Jason Zander's blog

    Calling all interns! Come work on IronPython, Rotor, CLR Profiler and more...

    We're gearing up for another round of summer internships on the CLR team and I'm looking for more candidates. We have openings for dev, test, and PM, covering a wide range of topics from: IronPython and Dynamic Languages Rotor (SSCLI) New...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Security Model

    Are you a developer? Are you confused by the security model of Windows Mobile 5.0? I was, too, so I wrote a whitepaper to attempt to demystify it for ISVs. It's at
  • JRoxe's WebLog

    .NET Framework 1.1 and 2.0 (beta) Compatibility

    There have been a number of press articles recently about application compatibility between the .NET Framework 1.1 and the .NET Framework 2.0 (beta). You can see an article in eWeek and an article in Microsoft Watch . You can get the full story...
  • David Kline

    Attaching the Managed Debugger to a Running NetCF v2 Application using Visual Studio 2005

    Earlier in the week, I posted information about how to enable Attach to Process for your applications running on version 2 of the .NET Compact Framework. Today, I'd like to talk a little about how to use Visual Studio 2005 to attach to your managed applications...
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