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  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Thoughts on Writing

    Fritz shared his thoughts on writing a while back (I just saw this today though), so I thought I'd post my perspective as well. My biggest problem with writing is that I can often write extensively on a subject, even while I'm still in the stages of...
  • Daniel Lehenbauer's Blog

    IanG's First Look at 3-D Support in Avalon

    MSDN just published an introductory article on 3D support in Avalon by fellow blogger Ian Griffiths of DevelopMentor. The article is liberal with screenshots and provides a good mapping between the high level concepts and the Avalon object model. It's...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    Online Chat with Microsoft XML Team

    The folks at MSDN Chats have organized an online chat session on C# and XML for next month. The participants on the Microsoft side should include myself, Mark Fussell , Erik Meijer , Neetu Rajpal and couple of folks from the C# team. If you'd like to...
  • David Ornstein's WebLog

    Managing time and getting stuff done (faster, better, cheaper)

    OK. I'll admit it. I'm a tools junkie. I often think that tools can help me (and others) get stuff done faster, better, cheaper, etc. As a program manager at Microsoft it's very hard to keep my head above water. So much email. Day after day of meeting...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Chat on the C# TechEd talks

    If you were at TechEd and had a question about a C# talk, or if you weren't at TechEd and you are wondering what we talked about, you can find out at an upcoming C# chat on Thursday. Anders, Scott, Joe, and I will be there to answer questions about...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Cory Doctorow talks on why DRM is just plain bad

    Neil got to go to a very interesting talk on Thursday by Cory Dotorow of the Electronic Frontier Foundation presented by Microsoft Research . The subject was on DRM and how it really served no useful propose to anyone nowadays. Not the studios, not the...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Hiding Behind Certification

    CIO Magazine : "The truth—as we all so bitterly know—is that the IT world is filled with certified, credentialed and accredited idiots. I bet you've hired a few. I know I have." [ Via Mike Gunderloy ]
  • jamespr's WebLog

    TechEd Europe - Final stop on the MDC World Tour

    This week and next I've been preparing for my trip to Amsterdam to attend TechEd Europe and the MDC we're having there. Steve Lombardi and I have been working on our keynote demo and it promises to be something a little bit special. We thought we'd save...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0 and Second Edition

    With the release of the localized emulators for Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition software( ) you now have more emulator targets than ever to manage. We've been sharing a useful tip for eMbedded...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    Open Chat - This Tuesday 06/22/2004

    I'm participating in an open web chat on developing for Windows Mobile this Tuesday. I'll be there to answer your questions on all aspects of Windows Mobile development. Which tools to use? What APIs are available? What's coming up? Drop by the...
  • jamespr's WebLog

    Euro 2004 and "Soccer"in the US

    With the European Championships going on in Portugal it's not an easy time for a Soccer fan to be living in the United States. Fortunately I've been able to watch some matches on Pay Per View including England get mugged by France and England play Switzerland...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Another geek dinner

    Did anyone say "geek dinner?" Oh, I see Mick Stanic was so enamored of the geek dinners I kept doing (he was the guest of honor at one of mine) that he registered . Heh. Speaking of which, we'll have another dinner on Monday night here...
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