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  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Duncan's doing my job again

    Yes, I should have pointed this out a while back -- my excuse was I was on vacation when it actually launched. I suppose I should have pointed this out as well, but I was waiting until it ended up on the front page of the new VS2005 Dev Center. Fooey...
  • Paul Stubbs

    MVP Friends

    Last week as you all know was the MVP summit here in Redmond. We had a meet and greet on Monday here at the Building 41 cafe. As you already know that Building 41 is the Visual Studio Building. So the MVPs were bused in from the conference center. Dinner...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    VS 2005 has a blog?

    If you are using the CTP (Community Technical Preview) or you are just interested in Whidbey/VS2005, then you'll definitely want to check out the new blog created to allow various team members to post info on VS2005. Check it out here . You might also...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Developing a Windows Forms Wizard...

    I have to admit that I haven't developed a "wizard" framework yet in .NET, I've just been stacking panels on top of each other, naming them step1...stepN and then showing and hiding them as necessary. Not exactly an easy-to-reuse approach, but it works...
  • vs2005news's WebLog

    Change logs & Status for CLR/Winforms (by KSharkey)

    I *finally* managed to get some time in my office this week, and I updated some of the documents from the various teams working on VS 2005. You'll notice a new item on the Left Nav called, “Teams”. Under this spot, you'll see the information...
  • Darien's Dialog..

    Windows Server 2003 named Best E-Business Foundation by eWeek

    Windows, the lesser known E-Business platform amongst many of my enterprise customers here in Malaysia, scored a win in this article by eWeek. IIS 6.0 gets a notable mention, as it well should in my opinion, being a substantial upgrade on many fronts...
  • Dan Crevier's Blog

    Regulator 2.0 beta is out

    Regulator is a regular expression testing tool. Roy Osherove blogs about the latest beta here . I haven't played with it much yet, but it looks like a great way search for regular expressions others have created, and test your regular expressions. Regular...
  • simon.says

    Portable Devices: Dedicated or Multi-purpose?

    I’ve been reading a few articles over the past few weeks about dedicated vs. multi-purpose portable devices, and the pitfalls and merits of each. For example, I’ve read comments that the iPod is a better device for playing music than the PocketPC...
  • Bing it on

    TreeView Plus

    I was so sure that there just has to be a way to force the plus sign (+) displayed on the TreeView WinForm control - but looks like I was wrong. The TreeView control intelligently decides to show the plus and minus signs depending on whether a node has...
  • Beat Schwegler's 2 Cents

    How to define the XPath expression

    This post is part of Issue 5’s answer As a result of step 1 (How to define a <MessagePredicate>) we go the following template for our <MessagePredicate> < wsp:MessagePredicate wsp : Usage ="wsp:Required"> wsp:GetBody...
  • This is my old blog

    Microsoft Upcoming Live Webcasts

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  • Another Microsoft Blogger

    Activewords scripting guide in PDF

    I might actually figure out how to make this scripting stuff work! AW have recently released a guide in PDF format . Source: Marc
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