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  • Robert Green's Visual Basic Blog

    My new role and my new blog

    I have joined MCW Technologies as a senior consultant. Very exciting and quite an honor. This blog is moving to See ya there!
  • Rick LaPlante's WebLog

    latest dogfood server stats

    People often ask about our internal usage of the Team Foundation Server. On various forums I've posted our dogfood (our word for internal usage as in eat your own dogfood to make sure its ready before asking anyone else to...) statistics but realized...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Belated Congrats to Stan Spotts...

    • 0 Comments counterpart in the Greater Pennsylvania District, who just recently completed his first Code Camp in Philadelphia . Sounds like it was a blast. If you want to experience Code Camp, our first Mid-Atlantic Code Camp is coming up in less than two weeks...
  • Carter Maslan

    Avalon for the Designer's Palette

    Artists are constrained by their medium - both in the limits of what it can express and in the methodology of its practice. Karsten loves art, and I think it shows in the way he describes Avalon. He sees the convergence of digital media, flexible UI elements...
  • Adam Nathan's Old Blog

    .NET Framework 2.0 and app compat

    Jason Zander , head of the CLR, does a great job explaining application compatibility issues that the team is focused on. I'm curious to hear about managed apps and components that have been released, whether they're " 100% managed code " or even 1% managed...
  • Todd's Blog

    IsInRole Is Slow

    Authentication to ASP.NET May be Slow When using custom authentication modules and/or role based authentication in ASP.NET you may find that the authentication process is slow. The IsInRole() method of WindowsPrincipal was implemented...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Bad Recursion Revisited

    We have internal email lists for questions about programming languages. Here's one that came across recently that I thought illustrated a good point about language design. An interview candidate gave the following awful implementation of the factorial...
  • Microsoft Senior Sales Excellence Manager - Eric Ligman

    Attention System Builders… Help Microsoft build an online tool for you.

    The Microsoft Small Business Center Team is in the process of developing an online tool that will help customers visiting our Microsoft Small Business Center Web site to connect with and find System Builders in their local area. This tool will help promote...
  • Dave Froslie - Microsoft Development on the Prairie

    Scrum Teams 'Out of the Flow'

    As a result of my post on Scrum Teams that are “In the Flow”, I’ve had some conversations about teams that are NOT in the flow. What are the characteristics of a team that is not in the flow for a sprint? Here are some: Vague goals Poor quality...
  • Dgoldman's WebLog

    Outlook client OAB download process

    Here is some information on how the outlook clients connect to the public folder information store to download the oab messages/attachments. For an outlook client to download the OAB files the client has to make a call in to the address book provider...
  • Adam Singer

    Remapping in style

    James introduced me to a neat trick recently with working folders. Oftentimes, I create a workspace and only want to map one team project to the local workspace root. Of course, I could use the UI, but that's not scriptable from a command file . I could...
  • Chad's blog

    Open for business

    Well, I am open for business. My name is Chad Brooks and I am an Architect Evangelist for Microsoft in the Southeast District (GA, NC, SC). My goal is to connect with architects and inflential developers in the community and let them know what Microsoft...
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