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  • Brian Keller

    Announcing XNA Studio

    What do you get when you extend and customize Visual Studio 2005 Team System to be a first-class tool for teams to develop video games? XNA Studio. I know some of the guys on this team and have met with them about their vision. This should be HUGE for...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    Team Project Descriptions and Feedback

    Many of you may have received feedback from us about the project descriptions. We hope you find them useful. If you haven't yet received any feedback re your project, please keep in mind the following guidelines that I had posted last month. If you are...
  • sano the super geek

    ColorPicker.NET: Quick fix

    I've fixed the problem with the cursor clipping region in ColorPicker.NET that was causing the dual-monitor issue reported by several people. Some really cool features are just around the corner, including an article on the Smart Client Developer Center...
  • Rico Mariani's Performance Tidbits

    Class Specific Comments Plus Index of Conceptual Performance Content

    For a long time now I've been wanting to create a resource where you could put specific performance advice about specific classes in a way that's reasonable easy to find and so that others can contribute. I finally found a home for this on channel9's...
  • Sam Jarawan's WebLog

    Todays bug is...

    Today I'm thinking about a recent bug we have for file attachments for work item tracking in Team Foundation System. We are using HTTP Post with multi-mime parts to upload a file to the server. The problem is when a file size is larger then the maximum...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    Visit by Alan Clements of CSIDC

    Yesterday Alan Clements, Chair of CSIDC flew in from UK and we spent some time together discussing future plans around the competitions. It was fun catching up with him and talking about the possibilities. We have bandied about some ideas - I will let...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Latest MSDN Flash on its way

    The new MSDN Flash is poised to be delivered to all it's subscribers. Catch the sneak preview from the pirate archive . [ Currently Playing : Sexy - The Black Eyed Peas - Elephunk (04:44) ]
  • Keith Short's Blog

    Software Factory Elevator Story

    To start the ball rolling, I thought I’d write down the Software Factory elevator story. People are always asking us “Can you please just quickly summarize what one is?” That’s right, boil down a 600 page book, and thousands of words in white papers and...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    Windows ChallengE Finals Write Up from last year - Joshua Blake from James Madison University

    Joshua Blake whose team won the 1st Windows ChallengE was kind enough to send me a write up of his experience. This might give you a flavor of the excitement, tension and energy around last year's event. My Windows ChallengE Finals Experience Everyone...
  • Visual Studio Profiler Team Blog

    Larry Osterman on concurrency and scalability

    Larry Osterman is doing a really great series on concurrency and scalability issues. He's touching on how to identify them and some of the hidden places they manifest themselves. The great thing is that we've actually found similar issues in the profiler...
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    A student Video on Windows CE 5.0 from Boston College

    I was absolutely delighted to get a mail from Joel Barciauskaus of Boston College offering to answer students questions based on their experience from last year. What's more he has even attached a professionally:-) done video. Thanks Joel, Andrew and...
  • .NET Security Blog

    When is ReflectionPermission Needed?

    Reflection and its interaction with security can sometimes be a bit of a confusing matter. The easiest portion to figure out is the permissions needed to use Reflection.Emit. In order to do anything with the reflection emit feature, you'll need to have...
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