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  • Omar Shahine


    A while ago I lamented that the “Clean Project” button in VS.NET did nothing for .NET projects. I thought that it would be nice to have something that would empty the bin, obj, and setup folders of crusty stuff, or just nuke it if you plan on zipping...
  • Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)'s WebLog

    We are 4 years into XXI century but digital music in the car is still nowhere closer.

    So I got a new car . First thing I usually do to my new car is I upgrade stock audio system since I actually do most of the music listening while driving. Amp, speakers, subwoofer - those all all obvious improvements that any decent car audio shop is...
  • Glen's old blog

    Webcast on the VB.NET Power Pack - Monday 12/6

    Hey out there. Tomorrow I'm doing a webcast introducing the Visual Basic Power Pack. This free control library gives you some really appealing user interface elements for your apps. Join me on this live webcast to see more (or, if it's over, click the...
  • Aali's blog

    What the heck is a smart client?

    The world has turned into web applications during the recent years. It seems like almost a default way to design applications with a user interface that is based on a web browser. While there certainly is a place for web applications, I think it is important...
  • Brad Abrams

    Dealing with Urls in books

    Tonight I spent some time reviewing the latest batch of sample code for Volume 2 of the SLAR . As you may recall, Volume 2 covers System.Xml, System.Net, System.Reflection namespaces (among others). I really want every type and nearly every member in...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    New C# features - my criteria for evaluation

    I've been gaining experience with some of the new C# 2.0 features and am planning to post on a few of them. Before jumping in, I wanted to give my criteria for evaluating them. Readability - Readability == maintainability, and this is one of the most...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    IIS6 and Windows 2003 (Part 6)

    Another aspect of the new IIS architecture that I find very interesting is the new process model called Worker Process Isolation Mode (WPIM). The new WPIM allows for the isolation of application code in a worker process from other worker processes and...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    My MSN Space

    I created an MSN space at .
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    MSDN Smart Client Developer Center

    The revamped Smart Client Developer Center is now live on MSDN with a new look, better organization, and some new content. One of the new featured articles right now is on migrating eVB user interfaces to VB.NET (written by one of our MVPs, Pete Vickers...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    New version of Process Explorer is available

    A new version of Process Explorer (8.60) is now available. Here's what's new (taken from the linked site): What's new in Version 8.60: Multi-row tabs on process properties dialog Image signing verification on process image properties dialog Mini-CPU usage...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    TechEd 2005 : Call for papers

    It's that time of year again, that's right. It's conference season. Of course, for most people reading this blog conference season isn't for another 4 or 5 months but for everyone here at MSFT preparations for conferences like TechEd are already well...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Monthly update on SMS & MOM

    I’ve posted another month’s worth of marketing prose over at the Management Updates blog , but hopefully you’ve already seen most of these announcements before: SMS SMS 2003 OS Deployment Feature Pack SMS 2003 Device Management Feature...
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