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  • Write Ahead Blog

    Building a community debt tracker webapp

    Having built webapps in Java and PHP, I have been curious about ASP.NET. So I decided to teach myself some basic ASP.NET programming by building a useful webapp. A common problem that I've faced going for dinners/movies/shopping with other single friends...
  • The .NET Show

    New .NET Show Site Design

    With our 50 th episode, we’ve also redesigned The .NET Show site. Some of the changes include: Cleaner, updated home page, with a look similar to the MSDN Dev Centers .NET Show blog postings available from the Show home page Episode pages...
  • GrantRi's WebLog [MS]

    Home Remodeling and Software Maintenance

    I just finished signing the final paperwork to begin remodeling our home. Along with the paperwork came a fairly large budget. What strikes me as interesting is that it actually costs more to add on to a house than it does to build things from scratch...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    MSDN Forums Beta

    What a cool idea! The MSDN folks have taken the code used to support the ASP.NET Forums , and extended it to provide their own MSDN Forums , now in beta. Some of the new stuff they've added is described here:
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Looking at migrating from mainframe to Windows?

    Well there's an upcoming conference just for you, running in Chicago, IL on May 25th-26th: The Mainframe Migration Conference 2005 is the event for senior executives in companies relying on the mainframe for their mission-critical applications....
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Daniel got the part!

    Somehow I forgot to mention that we just got notice that Daniel was cast in the Seattle Children's Theater summer season production of the musical " Honk! ". They'll be doing 5 weeks of rehearsals and then 4 days of production afterwards. Daniel was...
  • Daryll McDade

    The .NET Show turns 50

    The .NET Show just turned 50 --50 episodes old that is. Special guest for Episode 50 --Billg. Nothing real technical, just Bill as a human. Some of the cool things that I gleaned from Bill's segment; - Bill on writing code. Wow...machine code?!? Yikes...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Presentation Tip

    In addition to a set of tips that I blogged a while back in my life before Microsoft, at one point or another, someone sent me an XP/2003 theme file that configures a machine with good settings for doing demos, particularly with VS 2005, since it no longer...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Two great ways to give us (MS) Feeback

    Ever wanted to give Microsoft feedback or suggestions on products? While I'm always happy to hear suggestions, comments, or complaints from customers, the reality is that unless it's about a product built by a team I know people on, telling me may...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    May letter on Visual FoxPro web site

    This month's letter contains a summary of some recent Visual FoxPro news as the Visual FoxPro team is busy working on future plans for Visual FoxPro to be announced next month.
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Changes to Functionality in Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition

    Didn't even know that this exists. Shame on me. From the abstract: "This document provides information regarding features in Windows XP Professional x64 Edition that differ in functionality from Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (SP2). It is important...
  • Toffer's WebLog

    the most un-fun part of coding...

    Ahhhhhhh, eyes going buggy...that's it...I'm taking a break. I have come to realize that the most unentertaining part of coding for me is the writing of the spec. The funny part however, is that because of a recent project I kinda got thrown into the...
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