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  • The Wayward WebLog

    ObjectSpaces: Requiem

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    We are gathered here today to give our final respects to good bit of OOP that has now been taken on a different path through life and the beyond. Like its father before it, and its father, and so on, ad nauseum, the little OR map that could, young Cheops...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Dogfooding + Critical services

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    My last post was actually going to be what this post is, but then i ended up getting distracted and figured that it made more sense as two posts. (This seems to be a fairly common issue when i write posts). As I've already mentioned, I'm incredibly...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    RadioButton doesn't resize when you increase the Font size

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    A customer asked me a question the other day about how to increase the font size of the actual radio button itself. I asked Saurabh to answer the question, and he posted his response on his blog. Saurabh calls out how this leads to an inconsistency between...
  • Johnwe's System Center Blog

    WSS and document updates/synchronization

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    I often get asked if it is possible to have a local copy of a wss document that will snynchronize (for example, I have worked on the plane and then want to apply my updates the next time I am attached to the network). The answer is yes. The details on...
  • Aaron Marten

    CoverageEye

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    This tool has been out for a few months now from Microsoft UK, but I thought I'd bring it to your attention. CoverageEye is a free tool to gather code coverage data on your .NET assemblies. Code coverage is one of the best ways to ensure that you're executing...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Dogfooding

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    There's a fairly common industry term that gets used at MS a lot. It's called Eat your own dog food (or dog fooding for short). I've heard that the term arose when a dog food producer was trying to convince stores to sell its product. Iin order to so...
  • simon.says

    TechEd 2004 - Booth #21

    Interested in Java and/or interoperability? Attending TechEd this year? If so, head across to Booth #21 in the pavillion. Meet Brian Keller, Kevin Wittkopf, and Ted Neward. More about the booth in this post from Brian.
  • Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)'s WebLog

    Adding CSS2 and CSS2.1 to VS 2003

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    Paschal L already mentioned article that describes how to add CSS2 intellisense support to VS 2003. As you might know, Whidbey introduces CSS-IE6, CSS1, CSS2 and CSS2.1 intellisense schemas. Original VS 2003 CSS schema is mostly about IE5. If you wish...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Threat Modeling Tool Posted

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    Yesterday, we posted Frank Swiderski's excellent Threat Modeling Tool. We've been using this internally to do threat models for several months and now the tool is out of beta and ready for the world. Frank's new book, Threat Modeling should be out soon...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    Scott Colestock rocks! - BizTalk Server deployment with Nant

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    I'm at TechEd and I'm super busy but when Scott dropped me an email I just couldn't resist checking taking some time out to play with this. Scott has setup Nant and BizTalk Server to work together undeploying, redeploying, starting hosts, stopping orchestrations...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Support? I got your support *right* here...

    Ten years worth. At least. Today, at TechEd, Andrew Lees announced that there's a new policy for *all* business and server products (highlights mine): This announcement affects the Support Lifecycle Policy for current and future Visual Studio and...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Threat Modeling Tool

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    Looks like we’ve released a Threat Modeling Tool . From the site: “The tool allows users to create threat model documents for applications. It organizes relevant data points, such as entry points, assets, trust levels, data flow diagrams,...
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