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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    ADNUG Whidbey-fest

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    The Adelaide Dot Net Users Group is planning a Whidbey-fest at their 11th August meeting at Microsoft Innovation Centre at Santos house. Visitors are welcome and encouraged to bring along a laptop (and possibly a power board) to load up Whidbey (now...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    TechEd Australia Attendee Blog Buttons

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    Thanks to Bernard Oh , we now have Blog Buttons for TechEd Australia Attendees . Here they are : If you are coming to TechEd Australia , register on TechEd Bloggers and wear your button with pride
  • Five Testers From VC

    VC IDE Testing Tactics (and a beta1 plug!)

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    [Rob] You've probably had enough time to read the last post...Ok, so maybe we were reallllly busy getting our beta product release squared away so you can all get your free Visual Studio 2005 Express Beta1 downloads! Grab it, have fun, win an Xbox...
  • greggm's WebLog

    Is 'Just my Code' for you?

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    The debugger has a new feature this time around called 'Just my code'. This is a new-for-Whidbey managed debugging feature. Philosophy of Just my code: The basic idea is that when you debug an application, you want to debug the code in the application...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Making “Promote Local” make sense.

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    We’re sitting around watching a video from a usability study. A subject has been exploring the Refactoring menu, and has just tried Promote Local . With the help of the very specific error messages I wrote (yay exceptions), he finally gets...
  • mikewoo's WebLog

    Protecting IP w/RMS

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    Having spent the better part of my professional career (25 years) designing products I find the combination of RMS, SharePoint and Instant Messaging interesting. If you follow the design cycle from requirements thru production you'll see that the entire...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Blog Posts - 2004-07-29

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    A lot of stuff today, but I'm trying to expand my coverage to include stuff that's related to Planet Team System, such as SOA, testing and development processes. Eric Jarvi (on the Enterprise Performance Tools Team blog ) has posted some tips and a walkthrough...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    July's Management Updates

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    I've just pushed out July's posts to the Microsoft Management Updates blog : Microsoft Management News - 7/1/04 Systems Management Server (SMS) - Updates & News, 7/1/04 Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) - Updates and News, 7/1/04 Those...
  • Rob Caron

    Brady Gaster: new FxCop rule - serializable classes need default constructors

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    In an earlier post , I talked about the different people creating FxCop rules. Brady Gaster , the impetus for that post has created another. Keep 'em coming, Brady! fxcop rule : serializable classes need default constructors with a little work and a lot...
  • Rob Caron

    eWeek: Microsoft Expects Big Growth in Servers and Tools

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    eWeek has published an interview they had with Eric Rudder, in which there's some discussion about Visual Studio Team System for the last 1/3 of the article... eWeek: Microsoft Expects Big Growth in Servers and Tools Rudder then called out Prashant Sridharan...
  • Aaron Marten

    VSIP SDK 2005 Beta 1

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    This is a bit of old news, but definitely worth the mention. You can now download the VSIP SDK 2005 Beta 1 from the Visual Studio Extensibility Center . Now that VS 2005 has hit Beta 1, I plan on blogging about some of the new VSIP features in the coming...
  • Jason Hunt's WebLog

    Headed to Tech Ed, Again

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    I'm sitting on the floor of SeaTac airport (borrowing electricity once again from a outlet in a corner) waiting to head to Los Angeles and then I'll be off to Auckland, New Zealand and Canberra, Australia. I was so excited to get to go until someone reminded...
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