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  • Peter Hallam's WebLog


    Hey Folks, I just wanted to let you all know that I'm busy working on getting Whidbey out and into your hot little hands and I won't have time to post here for a few weeks. Cheers, Peter
  • .NET Security Blog

    Trusting Applications with their Strong Name

    Last time I talked about reasons that you might want to strongly name your application's entry point . The most obvious reason is so that you can setup your security policy to increase the level of trust given to that assembly by the default policy. You...
  • Brad McCabe's WebLog

    Label With a 3D Line Control

    In case anyone was wondering, now that Duncan MacKenzie is no longer the Content Strategist here on Visual Basic he is still alive and blogging with some good information. Check out his quick Label with a 3D line control . Don't worry, like all of...
  • Yves Dolce

    Our developer documentation

    Lately, I've been reading a lot of Beta (Whidbey) and pre-beta (Avalon) developer documentations and something stroke me: why are all those code samples/snippets in black on grey? w hy can't it be displayed the way it's displayed in the IDE: with syntax...
  • Nonnenberg's Notes

    Beta 2 and Debugger Visualizers

    Howard Van Rooijen recently emailed me about the XML Debugger Visualizer he's developing, wondering about upcoming changes to the API in Beta2. First let's talk about Howard's visualizer. It looks quite flashy and cool - at least check out the screenshots...
  • aWorkBlogByGus

    Another C# Chat coming up...

    Spreading the word... Next C# Chat is on 4/21 at 1pm Pacific Time. You can read all the details on Scott's post .
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Very Old Program

    I was doing some spring cleaning and came across a computer printout of a program I wrote in August 1974, or about 31 years ago! That brings back a lot of memories. Coincidentally, a couple coworkers were discussing the CaSing of computer languages. What...
  • Jeremy Collins's WebLog

    DJ'ing with iPods

    Numark , a major DJ equipment manufacturer, unveiled a prototype of a new mixer at the Musikmesse show in Frankfurt recently. This is only a prototype, but a very cool concept: a DJ mixer that mixes across two iPods. The prototype isn't functional yet...
  • Stan's WWWeblog


    Hackers have a found a new way to do their thing. Now they're using blogs to spy and spam. Of course in the last few years, providers of email, instant messaging, and webpage hosting services had to start running antivirus stuff on their servers to keep...
  • Chris Lyon's WebLog

    New Dispose Guidelines

    Joe Duffy has posted the revised Dispose, Finalization, and Resource Management Design Guideline . It's a great (and long) read. Check it out!
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    Last Friday, Clare and I attended the meeting in the Digital Hub. They've got quite an impressive and diverse community there, and I'm encouraged about the future prospects for the Irish games industry! It would be fun to have a discussion...
  • Nonnenberg's Notes

    C# Language Chat on April 21st at 1pm Pacific Time

    C# Chat: The C# Language "Want to know more about anonymous delegates in C# 2.0, or our design rationale for them? Perhaps you have some great ideas you'd like to share with other C# users or the C# language team. Join the C# team for all that and more...
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