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  • Peter Stern's WebLog

    Peter Stern

    Since this site is for MS employees, I’ve transferred my blog to a new site: I can always be reached through my website: Aloha -Peter
  • William J. Steele's WebLog

    My presentation in Lansing and GrandRapids.

    So... this week, I'm in Michigan, doing events in Lansing and Grand Rapids. We're talking about Advancded Windows Forms development, ASP.NET Troubleshooting and Visual Studio Team System. This is one fantastic session! To sign up, go to http://www.msdnevents...
  • Lori Pearce's WebLog

    Jobs on the SDK Team

    The SDK team has the following job openings: Software Developer in Test: Software Developer in Test:
  • Omar Shahine

    Etymotic ER6 vs. Bose QuietComfort II

    I’m sitting on an Alaska Airlines flight up to Seattle right now and figure it’s a good time to put my two headphones to the test. I’ve owned both the QuietComfort I and II headphones for the past few years. Recently I purchased the Etymotic ER6’s and...
  • daclark's WebLog

    Enterprise Library is cool

    In a couple different projects from the last 2 years, we've used various application blocks (Data Access, Configuration, Logging) with some success. However, they were often difficult to learn, painful to manage after use, and didn't use consistent versions...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Excel 2003: Infer XSD on XML Import

    When you import XML data into Excel End-User: Data | XML | Import Code: ActiveWorkbook.XmlImport Excel attempts to map the XML to a schema. Now, if you do not have a schema already mapped in the workbook, Excel creates a new one for you. But, what rules...
  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Mobile and Embedded Devcon site now open

    Just reading Mike Halls blog and picked up about US MEDC: this years combined Windows Mobile and Windows Embedded show has just opened its web site for registration. No detailed agenda as yet. This year’s event looks set to be a real gem: It’s been extended...
  • The Old New Thing

    Modality, part 4: The importance of setting the correct owner for modal UI

    The visual state becomes out of sync with the stack state....
  • This is my old blog

    Preparing for Indigo-Choosing the Right Technology Today By Juval Lowy

    Must read:
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    Chris on Shared Sessions in OneNote

    Chris Pratley has a great post on the way the OneNote team use the shared sessions feature that they built into their product.  This is the feature that I mentioned in my post On Distributing My Office Whiteboard . This type of seamless no-baton collaboration...
  • Brad Abrams

    From the Austin .NET User's Group

    On last friday night I had the great pleasure of speaking to the Austin .NET User’s Group . One highlight for me was one of the attendees saying they’d been confused about some aspect of the GC ever sense Jeff Richter came out, but that I cleared it up...
  • Steve Rowe's Blog

    What is a Test Architect?

    I was asked a few questions via mail. Here is the first of some quick answers to these: What is the role of a Test Architect? There is not a single definition of the test architect role. A test architect is an advanced test developer whose scope is larger...
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