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  • .NET4Office

    More VSTO 2.0 Managed Controls

    So you've (hypothetically) installed VSTO 2.0, you create a new Excel project, and you drag and drop a managed windows forms button onto the Excel worksheet. How does this magic work? The first clue is seen in the formula bar. You might see this text...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    everything is an object

    I’m really enjoying reading Object Thinking . I’m only reading about a page a day, but it’s all good. I’m currently in Chapter 3, reading the section titled “Four Presuppositions”: To those already part...
  • Keith Short's Blog

    Report on TechEd 2004 ARC400 Session

    There’s been quite an interesting discussion that was triggered from the session I gave at TechEd 2004 on our Modeling strategy. The session was coded as ARC400 and covered much of the material I’ve blogged before in these postings. The thread...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Jay on wheels

    I used to be an avid bicycle commuter. That is, I rode my bike to high school every day, refused to get a driver’s license, and told everyone that cars are evil. I worked in a bicycle shop for a couple years. It was a miserable business. I...
  • Andy Pennell's Blog

    Visual Studio Breakpoint Helper

    I have created a prototype Breakpoint Helper that deals with the most common issues that Visual Studio Debugger users have when their breakpoints don't work. This is only a prototype, but I hope people will still find it useful. If the feedback is...
  • Buck Hodges

    Branching models

    Doug Neumann, our PM, posted on the Team Foundation newsgroupmicrosoft.private.whidbey.teamsystem.teamfoundation newsgroup a nice answer to a question about branching models and VSTS. Question (Carl Daniel): IEEE Computer, September 2002 issue...
  • Chris Garty's Weblog

    VSTS: Getting coded web tests to run

    The coded web tests supported by the VSTS test tools really excite me. There are so many web test scenarios that I can now create very easily with a combination of recording and scripting. This will nicely complement the ASP.Net testing capabilities I...
  • Ryan Storgaard's Blog

    Love Biztalk 2004? Love the WSE? Check this out

    Check out Scott's post regarding the Biztalk 2004 WSE Adapter technology preview. You can read all about it as well as how to get the tech preview on his blog. I'll repost the instructions on how to get it here: How do I get it? 1. Point your browser...
  • Rob Caron

    Doug Neumann on Branching Models

    Buck Hodges has posted Doug Neumann's newsgroup response to a question on how Team System's SCM features address branching models, as discussed in this IEEE article . “The [short] answer to your question is that we give you the tools to implement...
  • Rob Caron

    Jason Anderson on Testing Support and More

    Jason Anderson has a few more posts today. In this post , Jason discusses how Team System goes beyond the developer-centric focus commonly associated with Visual Studio. “Visual Studio Team System really is targeting the wide range of users...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    MSDN Channel 9 - Citizen Engineer Forum, now live !

    jeffsand has just created the Citizen Engineer Forum on MSDN's Channel 9 site - looks like this is going to be an interesting place for 'engineers' to discuss hardware and software projects - perhaps the first interesting project for discussion will be...
  • robgruen's WebLog

    Quick note on breaking changes when using COM Interop

    Keep in mind that when you add methods to an assembly you must retain the same order within the code file (and resulting MSIL code within the compiled assembly) otherwise the interface sequence will change and you will break compatibility. If you always...
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