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  • Junfeng Zhang's Musing

    Update of Managed GAC API wrappers and test applications

    I added the functionality to enumerate install references of GAC assemblies to the managed GAC API wrappers. Meanwhile I added some comments in UninstallAssembly to explain the behavior David Levine saw. It is really about what is fully specified name...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    I'm on holidays

    I am taking some time off with my family. Two weeks out of the office. I'll be taking photos with my XDA and posting them here . If you're interested in what we are doing, you can read about the trip on my other blog I'll be back October 11.
  • stuart kent's blog

    Not going to UML conference, but will be at OOPSLA

    I mentioned in an earlier post that I was giving a tutorial at the UML conference with Alan Wills. The tutorial is still happening, but unortunately I won't have a hand in presenting it - I'm not able to make it to the conference. However, I will be at...
  • Ruben Taylor's Web Log

    "It's alive!"

    Well, this is my first blog entry as I am new to the world of blogging so here I go. Hello, I am a Security Technologist (very important title, hence the capital letters) working in Corporate Security at Microsoft in the fun and exciting field of Patch...
  • stuart kent's blog

    UML, DSLs and software factories: let those analogies flow...

    I typed this entry a few days ago, but then managed to lose it through a set of circumstances I'm too embarrassed to tell you about. It's always better second time around in any case. Anyway, reading this recent post from Simon Johnston prompted a few...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-09-28

    UML, DSL & Software Factories Stuart Kent , a Senior Program Manager on Keith Short 's team under Steve Cook (who recently appeared at the UK Architect Forum ), has a post ( UML, DSLs and software factories: let those analogies flow... ) in which...
  • David Ornstein's WebLog

    Well, that wasn't so bad...

    OK. So I am a bit tired but the chaos wasn't as bad as I'd imagined. We launched FlexWiki on SourceForge yesterday (or was it today?). A few hours earlier than expected. That caused a bit of a scramble, but in the end it was no big deal. I spent some...
  • Josh Lee's Financial Services Blog

    Financial Value Chain (Part 5)

    In this final part of the Financial Value Chain series, I'd like to address, what I think can be the most exciting parts of the Financial Value Chain. Up to this point, it would be fairly easy to call parts 1 through 4 a common infrastructure that can...
  • Mike Harsh's Blog

    Post-Whidbey Innovation

    In my post last week, Is Windows Forms Dead? , I stated that: “ From an innovation perspective, Whidbey is almost certain to be the last full-blown feature version of Windows Forms. Any post-Whidbey release is likely to contain only tactical features...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    $pelling Micro$oft with a Dollar $ign

    We spent last week in unfamiliar territory. Typically, we venture out to events with a pretty strong Microsoft presence (TechEd, VS Live, etc.), but last week, we attended the SD Best Practices Expo in Boston . Lots of .NET developers, but also a lot...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Buy Visual Studio .NET 2003, get a boat load of fun

    I've been reminded by The Powers That Be™ that I haven't provided enough public noise around Visual Studio .NET Professional 2003 Special Edition . So, here we go. If you haven't purchased Visual Studio .NET 2003 yet (and if you haven't -- "Bad Zoot....
  • Mike Dodd's blog

    TV as relaxation

    Many people, when they come home from a long day at work, sit down in front of the TV to unwind. It is, for example, what my wife is doing right now. I came home today from a long day at work where I spent several hours staring intently at a TV, turning...
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