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  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    Another Team Blogger

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    Actually, I don't think he's “officially” part of the team 'til next week, but Josh Lee has already started a blog about his new job on the Architecture Strategy team. Josh is “The FinServ Guy”, and is a member of the IFX Forum...
  • Dean Rowe's WebLog

    Movie Maker 2.1

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    As I said in my introduction we've just released Windows XP SP2 . This contains Version 2.1 of Windows Movie Maker which contains a few new features and a bunch of bug fixes. Over the next few days I'll try to talk about some of the work we've done in...
  • Dean Rowe's WebLog

    Introduction

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    Hello, my name is Dean Rowe. I'm a dev lead over here in the Windows Movie Maker team. You may have seen me hanging around on the microsoft.public.windowsxp.moviemaker forum. We've just released Windows Movie Maker 2.1 in Windows XP SP2 and are currently...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-08-21

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    Shawn Morrissey recently interviewed Steve McConnell for MSDN TV . The interview touches on subjects that come close to Visual Studio Team System , and I wish Shawn Morrissey had asked Steve for his opinion on what we're trying to do. A couple of months...
  • Rob Caron

    The Résumé: The Tech Writer Candidate's First Hurdle

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    I found this post from Deeptanshu Verma to be an interesting read that made me chuckle. Imaginative hiring techniques... So I get this email from a guy on the Windows security team, they are looking for more people and this email was to existing MS employees...
  • Brad Abrams

    Pet Peeve #153:Overloading and param names

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    I have certainly been accused of being an incredible nit-picker when it comes to API designs, but the little a esthetic things do add up. For example consider the overload of the Equals method from System.Uri : public override bool Equals(object comparand...
  • janok's WebLog

    Register for the MOM 2005 Release Candidate

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    Her kan man laste ned MOM 2005 Release Candidate: http://www.microsoft.com/mom/downloads/mom2005beta.asp Her finner du treningsmateriale: https://microsoft.granitepillar.com/mom2005/
  • Robert Green's Visual Basic Blog

    VB to VB .NET Upgrade Tour content

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    Jackie Goldstein has posted the slides, demos and videos of the VB to VB .NET Upgrade Tour on the Microsoft Israel Web site. Way to go Jackie! And speaking of Jackie, he will be speaking at the VB Meeting of the .NET Developers Association this Monday...
  • Tim Sneath

    Building My First Longhorn Sidebar Tile

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    For various reasons, I've been spending a fair bit of time over the last week or two ramping up my Longhorn development skills; expect to see a few blog entries over the next fortnight or two on the subject as I write up some of my experiences. Some of...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    I Have A Mysterious Fifth Sense

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    A little fun for a Friday afternoon. The economy must be picking up -- I'm getting cold calls from recruiters again for the first time in about four years. Today was the second (and third!) this month. However, apparently some of them are just a...
  • Robert Green's Visual Basic Blog

    More good music on the Web (or the radio if you live in Boston)

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    WERS 88.9 FM Emerson College Radio in Boston, at www.wers.org I first heard this station when I was in Boston (out for a run in my home town of Marblehead). I recently found them on the Web. The weekday show Jazz Oasis is 10 AM to 2 PM EST, which is 7...
  • Robert Green's Visual Basic Blog

    Top 10 Worst Software

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    Check out John Dvorak's list of the 10 worst software packages of all time: 10. Microsoft Bob 9. Combined Category: Dead Programming Languages 8. MicroPro Easy 7. Windows 1.0 6. Access (the telecom program, not the database) 5. TopView 4. Lotus Symphony...
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