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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    A sad end to a great devcon...

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    Devcon 2004 is now drawing to a close, I finished my final session at the event and headed for a well deserved Grande Vanilla Latte at the Starbucks in the convention center... Shock, horrow, probe... it's closed...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    JavaOne: Day 4

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    JavaOne Day Four This is the last of my daily posts. I've got a list of bigger topics I'm going to post on, but I want to ruminate on them for a few days before I do so. Keynote: Stretch Your Mind “A Gosling -fest” this morning...
  • David Kline

    Debugging NetCF applications with cordbg - Part IV

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    In the first three parts of this series, I discussed the preliminaries of using cordbg to debug NetCF projects: getting connected , debugger modes and unsupported commands . In today's installment, I want to introduce NetCF v2.0 beta 1 and the changes...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Integration Patterns online at MSDN

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    Integrations and Patterns , a Patterns and Practices Group publication, is up on the MSDN site. 18 common (?) integration patterns and implementation examples.
  • Chris Rathjen

    Worth repeating...

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    This question has come up a lot lately when people hear about or look at Hatteras for the first time. We need an FAQ or something, in which something like the following would be one of the top 5 questions: Q: Does Hatteras use the Visual...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Making regex less painful

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    So, Regex is darn powerful. But they’re hard to write correctly, hard to read, and hard to verify. To wit: Regex repositories around the ‘net, where you can find regexes instead of writing them. ( google ) Regex tools – Eric’s...
  • Gilles' WebLog

    How to debug a BizTalk 2004 pipeline: tips and tricks

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    BizTalk server 2004 allows you to send and receive pretty much any kind of message. This is achieved by the combination of adapters and pipelines . In a nutshell, pipelines allow you to decode (or encode), disassemble (or assemble), Validate and Resolve...
  • Carter Maslan

    Breaking Changes Fx 1.1 -> "Whidbey" beta 1

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    I get asked frequently about .NET Framework compatibility (e.g. “will my Fx v1.1 app run on Whidbey?” or “will my Whidbey app run on Longhorn?” While the goal is full backward compatibility, BradA points to the compatibility...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Looking for guidance on exceptions

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    Are there any books or other media that have good guidance on the use of exceptions in code? I'd like to get really deep here, so we can get a good understanding of how & when to use exceptions correctly. What's your favorite?
  • .NET4Office

    It's all about the beta baby!

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    Well, we did it--we finished beta 1 of VSTO 2.0 (aka VSTO 2005). And it can now be yours for the price of shipping and handling. What's in the Beta To quote Andrew Whitechapel who is presenting on VSTO 2005 at Tech Ed Europe this week, “There...
  • John's Blog

    C# Express: Refactorwhating?

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    If you haven’t seen Visual Studio Whidbey beta releases, you might not have heard of “refactoring”. Refactoring is cool, and once you see it, you’re going to use it a lot. Here’s a brief explanation. In the past, source...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Visual Studio .NET 2005 Beta 1 Available for Download

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    Visual Studio .NET 2005 Beta 1 and related tools have been posted for download at MSDN Subscriber Downloads . The downloads are available for the following subscriber levels : MSDN Universal, MSDN Enterprise, MSDN Professional, MSDN Academic Alliance...
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