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  • Brad Abrams

    TechEd BoF plug: What really annoys me about .NET the most!

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    This weekend Kit George and I were talking about how fun it would be to host a BoF at TechEd where we let customers really unload on us. And today I see that Kit just posted it here (Click on TechEd 2004 then proposed topics then page 4). We will have...
  • Brad Abrams

    The change from Hashtable to Dictionary

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    As some of you with the Whidbey preview bits have no doubt noticed, we introduced set of generic collection classes in System.Collections.Generic. Far from just making generic versions of the current collections, we took the time to revisit how we really...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    WikiWiki for Participatory Democracy

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    Now this is inclusive politics. IMO, WikiWiki is the most democratic social computing medium. The Green Party of Canada goes a step beyond political blogs: They let their members work on their policies for the upcoming elections using a Wiki platform...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Visual Studio Team Biographies

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    Want to look up more blogs on Visual Studio?  Check out my team’s list of biographies at  http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/team/bios/ My bio is located at http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/team/bios/ and my career bio listed on the Mathematical...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    XInclude for .NET, Sequential XPath and XPathNavigatorReader

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    It seems April is the month of custom implementations of the XmlReader . The first entry was Daniel Cazzulino's XPathNavigatorReader . As Daniel writes There are many reasons why developers don't use the XPathDocument and XPathNavigator APIs and...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Devcon 2004 - Sumobot, small robot, big competition...

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    We're running sumobot competitions at this years Windows Embedded Devcon - So I've been doing some research on Sumobots - I had no idea that sumobot “wrestling“ was so huge world wide... I've pasted some information from the following web...
  • Aaron Marten

    CTC Colorizing

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    After releasing his recent managed resource editor for VS .NET 2003, Gaston Milano has done it again. This time, he has developed a CTC colorizer you can use when editing CTC files. Way to go Gaston!
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Can you get the Orchestration done on time?

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    Charles Young (Not Your Average Joe!) has an article about a proof of concept at a customer site where he describes one benefit of building applications quickly with BizTalk Server. Thinking of BizTalk Server as a “business process platform”...
  • Dave Massy's Blog

    Why wait for Avalon?

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    Frank Hillman responded to my previous post of Is XAML a big deal? and asks Why wait for avalon? especially when there are some great tools and libraries available today. That's a great question. In short I don't think you should wait. If you need to...
  • Santomania

    Is anyone doing any XAML RSS work?

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    I stumbled across Joe Marini 's XAML Blog Reader sample which is simply awesome. However it is just a sample and not a full fledged app. Has anyone run across a community based XAML RSS reader project? I would love to participate if there is one underway...
  • One Louder

    Good weekend...

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    I'll post on something work related later. When I get over a life changing event in my life that occurred this weekend..I got Tivo. When my friend Ann told me that she had it, I realized that “woman with Tivo” was not an oxymoron. Plus, Ann...
  • Keith Short's Blog

    More on DSLs

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    My colleague Alan Wills has recently started a blog. Some may remember Alan as the co-author of the Catalysis book on component-based development, with Desmond D'Souza. Alan has been giving talks recently on DSLs and how they fit into our modeling strategy...
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