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  • Min Kwan Park's bLog

    What is your favorite feature from VS debugger?

    I was always wondering which feature is your favorite feature and why? could you add your comment? :)
  • R.Ramesh's WebLog

    Feedback on size of Class Diagrams

    I would like to get feedback on the typical number of shapes you have in a class diagram - is it 10, 25, 50, 100 that you'll be actively using? The reason for this is that we want to optimize the performance for a typical class diagram while you are in...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Popular patterns around events?

    In Properties with events: another attempt , Omer said: I would rather have a protected virtual OnSet method and AfterSet event than just an OnSet event (also consistant with the naming convention ;). I know understand that this is a common...
  • LukeH's WebLog

    What is in Visual C# Express?

    So far, the first two comments I’ve gotten on my blog have been asking essentially the same question, “What is C# Express?” This seems like a good indication that I should try to explain what you are getting when you go and download C# Express. ...
  • Glen's old blog

    Application Block resources

    I've just wrapped up my last events for MSDN Events until August. In typical fashion, after presenting that content for 2 months, I'm still discovering useful related resources. Take, for example, the workspaces on GotDotNet . These provide a way for...
  • Michael Creasy's blog

    What do you say when you store a TV show on your hard drive in Media Center

    I was just having a discussion with a PM on this, what's the verb you use when you store a TV show using Media Center? Is it “recorded” - I recorded a show? Is it “taped” - I taped a show? It's not tivo'd - I Tivo'd a...
  • robwill's WebLog


    Writing this blog on the plane. Up at 4am this morning to catch a 6am flight. Arrrgh! Gotta love this job J . Went to the Mariners game last night with my sons and caught a rare win. Inspired by the Mariners, we are going with a Boys of Summer theme in...
  • Dan on eScience & Technical Computing @ Microsoft

    “love SOAP campaign”

    Great to see someone having fun and getting into SOAP Love the message campaign I understand the need to think about legacy applications and that companies must keep their customers happy. So if customers want to use Web Services technologies in order...
  • ISVZone Team Blog

    Share your challenges and Success Stories!

    Consider this Blog center stage for sharing your experiences with other ISVs who may be struggling with the same issues that you did. Good or bad, your experiences are valuable to the entire community. You might consider using the following format but...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    RequestOptional and RequestRefuse

    The other day Eric Wilson asked how to ensure his code never ran with FullTrust. I replied that the "best" way was to refuse permissions you didn't want, and then Nicole Calinoiu replied that maybe requesting optional permissions was better. Nicole...
  • Joe Davies

    New TechNet Cable Guy article for July 2004 describes PMTU black hole routers

    The July 2004 TechNet Cable Guy article is titled “ Path Maximum Transmission Unit (PMTU) Black Hole Routers ” and describes TCP connection problems caused by PMTU black hole routers (that silently discard packets that must be fragmented for...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    A sad end to a great devcon...

    Devcon 2004 is now drawing to a close, I finished my final session at the event and headed for a well deserved Grande Vanilla Latte at the Starbucks in the convention center... Shock, horrow, probe... it's closed...
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