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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Robotics Programming Framework.

    I received an e-mail from one of the guys attending the Embedded RFP in Cambridge (remember that?), the mail describes an initiative to develop a programming framework for robots using a managed programming language (C# or VB.NET) - Take a look at the...
  • Jason Hunt's WebLog

    Goodbye and Hello

    I know I haven’t posted for a long time, but I’ve been REALLY busy. These last few months, weeks, days have been hectic as I finished up projects at Microsoft preparing for my departure… That’s right, I have left Microsoft. I’m not going far; I’ll still...
  • 철수네 소프트웨어 세상 [마이크로소프트 지점]

    첫 포스트

    저는 마이크로소프트 코리아 R&D부서 DT팀에서 개발툴(VS.NET/2003/Whidbey) 테스팅을 하는 STE(Software Test Engineer)랍니다.^^ 입사한지 이제 한달 갓 넘어서 아직은 미숙한 상황이라 별로 이야기할 만한 것이 있을지는 모르겠습니다. 마이크로소프트에서는 블로그를 권장하고 있기는 하지만 그래도 (당연한 이야기일 수 있겠지만) 아직 미발표된 제품이나 기능들은 제한하고 있습니다. 하는 일이 최근에 개발되고 있는...
  • Reckless


    It's amazing what people will do to make a buck. My new colleague Ali Alpay and I were discussing the trendy Livestrong bracelets that support cancer research through the Lance Armstrong Foundation, Live Strong . He was amazed to find that people are...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Revenge of the Screw Cap

    Of late, I've been sampling an increasing number of wines coming with screw tops. I have to say that screw tops are no longer the purview of cheap jug wine. At least not exclusively. No, as I sit here sipping a glass of La Vieille Ferme "Lasira" (75%...
  • Funny, It Worked Last Time

    Encodings in Strings are Evil Things (Part 5)

    However, regardless of whether pre-composed characters are favored or not, there are some character sequences which do not have pre-composed equivalents and must be represented using combining characters. Of course, our problem here is that most programmers don't think about accents as being distinct elements to iterate through! When you hit the right arrow in Microsoft Word to skip over an À, you don't go first to an A and then to the A's accent -- you move past the whole "character." (Unico...
  • Constanze's Mobile Musings

    Use the Send Feedback Link to tell us what you think!

    Did you know that you can send your feedback about the Windows Embedded and Mobile documentation directly to the docs team? It's super easy. If you want to submit feedback about a particular topic, for example in the Windows CE and Platform Builder Help...
  • Rob Caron

    New to Me: CopySourceAsHTML

    This will save some people a lot of time... CopySourceAsHTML: Get Code into HTML without Word from the Editor Earlier this month I let you know about a macro that converts code to HTML for use on web pages or blog posts. Since then Colin sent me a link...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Don't miss them!

    Not sure if many people have seen these . But this a terrific set of Webcasts that are being run around .NET 2.0. From what I have seen the content has been awesome. I am actually doing one of the webcasts tomorrow and hope to see you there!
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Wow, Jim Horne's blogging too...

    Darned, Everyone’s getting into the act. I’ve known Jim for a really long time (back in the Lan Manager days, it’s cool to see he’s publishing (non technical, but…). His blog can be found here . Found via Danny Glasser’s...
  • Harry Pierson's DevHawk Weblog

    OOPSLA DSL Tutorial

    I'm sitting in the back of the room listening to Jack present the Factories overview for the DSL Tutorial . I've seen most of the content for this session before, but not brought together like this. Currently, he's talking about mapping business capabilities...
  • .net and other interesting dev stuff in PA

    SQL Server 2005 Webcasts

    Cool stuff coming out from MSDN around SQL Server 2005 … Get a sneak peak at what Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Beta 2 has in store for the future database development. SQL Server 2005 offers a new paradigm for database development that integrates SQL Server...
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