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  • Craig Skibo's WebLog

    TechEd – Day 3

    Two talks scheduled, two talks completed. We started the day with a “Cabana” session at 8:30am. I really liked this format, and we may do it more often. Ken stood in front of the group, giving demos of third party products, showing off what...
  • Brad Abrams

    The SLAR on System.ArrayTypeMismatchException

    Continuing in the series on sharing some of the information in the .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference Vol 1 here are some of the annotations on the System.ArrayTypeMismatchException . Oh, and come by my book signing tomorrow (Thursday...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Free security CD from Microsoft

    This isn’t news, but it came up in a discussion in the comments section of my blog yesterday. Microsoft offers a free CD that contains all the security patches for Windows XP, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows 98, and Windows 98SE up to February...
  • Brian A White's Blog

    Software Lifecycle Tools and the Visual Studio Team System

    I’ve been in the software tools industry for the majority of my career. It has been utterly amazing to me to see the rise of the importance of software development tools. In fact, when people ask me what I do, I say “software tools for software...
  • simon.says

    Arrived at TechEd

    I finally made it to TechEd 2004 shortly after 3pm this afternoon. Although it feels like I've walked tens of miles today (the San Diego conference center is huge), there is definitely a great buzz here. Firstly, I spent some time at the Architecture...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    I love this company. I really, really do.

    I’ve been thinking a lot tonight about why I love my job and why I love working for Microsoft. Yeah, call me cheesy, fake, or PR-ish … whatever you want, but at the end of the day, I really do love this company. Brainwashed? Maybe. But happy...
  • Clinick's Clinic

    Where have I been for the last couple of months?

    Having a baby! Ethan arrived on April 5 th and is the most amazing thing to happen to us. Somehow he makes it wonderful to wake up at 5:30 and go to bed at Midnight J We’re getting more into the swing of things now so hopefully I can post more frequently...
  • Clinick's Clinic

    What is the document?

    Historically Office documents have been self contained and required storage on disk. This worked well in the unconnected Office world and still has a place for personal productivity in the .NET world but increasingly documents are becoming much more about...
  • Buck Hodges

    Brian Harry's weblog

    So Korby's gotten Brian going. Check out “ A little history on me and the Visual Studio Team System ” for how we got here.
  • Buck Hodges

    Summary of Doug's Managing Software Configurations presentation

    Korby Parnell , our checked-in tech writer, has posted a great summary of Doug's Managing Software Configurations presentation. He even included highlights from the Q&A. Check it out and add your comments. Rob Caron posted a picture of Doug in...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Dual... as in 2, right?

    IWill coming out with a Small Form Factor (SFF) PC that will support Dual AMD Opterons: Looks to be the same size case as Shuttles et al. Hopefully quiet as well — and likely a nice foot warmer. ...
  • Jeff Abraham's WebLog

    New deployment model for Visual Studio for Devices

    So, even though you don't have your hands on the beta yet, we're already addressing your concerns. The current plan for deployment is that we're going to go back to the basics. Remember the deployment tool bar in VS2003? We're bringing it back. By default...
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