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  • BorisJ's Blog

    Shalom from Tel Aviv

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    I am here in Tel Aviv with some of the members of my team as part of the Visual C++ Accelerator Tour . We are showing off some of the essential new features of Visual C++ 2005 that are coming your way later this year. I was personally tapped to speak...
  • Windows Embedded Standard (Standard 7, Standard 2009, XPe...)

    Reporting from MEDC, Las Vegas

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    This is the first day of the Mobile and Embedded Developer’s Conference(MEDC) 2005 at Las Vegas. I am attending this conference along with a couple of my team members. The XPe sessions and hand-on-lab haven’t yet started but there was a pre conference...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Need some help for ugmidatlantic.com

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    OK. If you take a look at http://www.ugmidatlantic.com/ , you'll quickly see that I'm no graphic designer, judging from the logo I created (I used Visio, since it was the only place I knew I could find templates for Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland,...
  • Nonnenberg's Notes

    Can't Wait? Debugger Visualization on VS 2003

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    Can't wait for Visual Studio 2005 to get some rich data visualization while debugging? If you haven't already seen these, check 'em out. I admit that I haven't tried them myself, but people appear to be using them... XML Visualizer - supports lots...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Configuring X.Org / XFree86 under Virtual PC / Virtual Server

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    On the weekend I finally got around to downloading and playing with Fedora Core 4 (test 2) under Virtual PC / Virtual Server. This did - however - remind me of the fact that there is a fair amount of confusion around the configuration of X.org / XFree86...
  • Nonnenberg's Notes

    Debugger Visualizer: ASP.NET Cache

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    This was one of the scenarios we brainstormed (how would people use it?) while developing Debugger Visualizers. The ASP.NET cache - a very difficult bit of memory to try and understand. It would be fair to say that it's even more difficult than the dreaded...
  • Windows Embedded Standard (Standard 7, Standard 2009, XPe...)

    MEDC 2005, finally!

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    Most of our team arrived Sunday while a few stragglers are still flying in today. That’s ok because not a whole lot going on today except Pre-Conference tutorials that last all day (9am-5pm). One of those tutorials was split up between Sean Liming (for...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Microsoft's Inner Monologue

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    This is from Hugh MacLeod's blog, " The Gaping Void ". It's a very interesting take on corporate blogging. Basically they're talking about what Soma Somasegar calls transparency. This is why we do webcasts with folks who are in the know of what's really...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Did you know… Virtual tabs in C# - we’re looking for feedback

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    Have you ever arrowed up or down within a method body only to find the cursor jump to the beginning of the line?  Ever wanted the cursor to move to the correct indentation is whenever you arrow up and down? C# has implemented virtual tabs, so when...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    MEDC 2005 - Podcast, first views...

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    Today we had pre-conference tutorials running at MEDC, so we decided it would be great to drop in and capture an interview with Jim Wilson, Sean Liming, and Doug Boling (see photo’s below), we crashed their presentations, ran onto stage and captured a...
  • mgrier's WebLog

    Local vs. global analysis revisited

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    I posted that last item before having my coffee so it's really not suprising that I forgot to get around to my point. My point is this: there are abundant tools (including the human brain) which are good at local analysis. Global analysis is hard;...
  • David Hurtado's Integration Traces

    Orchestration Error handling: Fix-and-Log

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    Abstract : An exception has been thrown, what should I do? --> At least two actions: Fix the situation and Log it Orchestrations tend to fail. Sure. This is because the nature of integration: Orchestrations deal with external applications, and expect...
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