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  • Cyrus' Blather

    What do you want in the next version of C#/VS (part 2)

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    I went through the entire list and collected all the features that people requested. I then filtered that down to things that aren't in our beta1 release. I've also left out things that i didn't understand, asked questions about, and didn't get a response...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    The clothes make the man

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    It's too hot in my house. The ventilation is pretty bad, so it just stays hot late into the evening. (In the winter it's drafy. Go figure.) My kiddo is wearing some water sandles. It's the perfect outfit for the situation. Fashionable. Not too warm...
  • canthe's WebLog

    Random recent SBS notes

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    In recent days, I've posted about the issue with Exchange SP1 and SBS. (Susan copied it excellently in her blog) We're working to get a patch that resolves those issues out ASAP, but we want to make sure we only do it once. We'll be asking a small # of...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    HTPC & ME

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    Discussions about Windows XP Media Center Edition are always a little odd for me. They center around TV PVR scenarios. I don’t watch TV. I don’t have cable or satellite or an antenna or anything. I don’t want it. The primary reason...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    "Microsoft hopes younger eyes have Office vision"

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    So, I've decided that the slashdotting after Dave Massey's Internet Explorer post wasn't enough. The Channel9 wiki pages of customer feedback about Microsoft products need some more traffic :-) This time around we're focusing on Microsoft Office products...
  • canthe's WebLog

    X-country summer trip

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    Just as an FYI - my girlfriend Prashanthi and I will be doing a cross country trip from Ohio to Seattle (this is the move to Seattle trip for her) in the 1st week of August. I'd love to be able to make stops along the way to talk to some SBS folks, but...
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    DevCon here we come!

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    Hey all, I have been working to finish up the presentations, demo applications and lab machines for the presentations that I'll be giving at Embedded DevCon next week. Both of my presentations are on Thursday the 1st, so I'll be spending time meeting...
  • Joel Pobar's CLR weblog

    Rotor (SSCLI) Servicing updates - Windows XP SP2 fix included

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    Jan Kotas, a developer on the CLR team, and an original member of the Rotor team has recently started a servicing project for the V1 source. This fixes a few known issues, and for the interest of google indexing, fixes one issue in particular that many...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Gmail is a charity goldmine... Still one invite left

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    This morning I threw Jeremy's gmail invites up for grabs to the first 5 people to donate $10 or more to the MSBaseball Challenge fund I'm collecting. So far Chris, Marko, Troy, and Ryan have qualified and helped raise $85 for the charities. You guys ROCK...
  • VSIDE's WebLog

    New Window Management Features for Visual Studio 2005

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    Hello World. I’m Sara and I own testing the Window Management features as James explains below This is the cool docking, autohide, floating, windows management feature in Visual Studio If you’re interested in Window Management...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Drinking about community, geek dinner, and by the way … some insignificant news that hit the Times today

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    Due to the unseasonably warm temperatures gracing Western Washington of late, I’ve been enjoying outdoor activities like boating and baseball (spectator only – of course) and neglecting some of my indoor activities like laundry and blogging...
  • shawn's blog

    My Dinner with David

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    I got to have dinner w/ David Weinberger tonight. Apparenyly he's written a couple really good books. It really was a highlight to spend some time with such a great mind. Thanks David for humoring us. An amazingly humble, engrossing human. We had a wonderful...
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