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  • Arpan Shah's Blog

    Telerik's Edit Control

    If you're a customer that has MCMS deployed or is evaluating MCMS 2002, I encourage you to check out the Telerik r.a.d.editor. It provides rich editing and is available to at no cost to all registered customers of MCMS 2002. Check it out at http://www...
  • Riding Herd

    Jon Udell questions the value and direction of WinFS

    Jon Udell at InfoWorld is doing a series of blog entries on Longhorn. Feedster just discovered his first one, from Wednesday on the justifcation for WinFS defining a new way to manage metadata . It's a well written entry, and deserves a well thought...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Microsoft Expression: A Free Vector-Based Illustration Tool

    As reported by Damir and Tim Sneath , we have released a vector-based illustration tool that we acquired last year from Creature House called Expression 3 . Downloads are available for both Windows and Mac. There’s also a quick feature tour . From some...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Learn How to Program Outlook using C#

    Andrew Troelsen wrote a great article on creating an Outlook add-in using C# . Having had to struggle to create my first C# Outlook add-in, I realized how difficult it was to create and that there was little information on MSDN. You should definitely...
  • Evan's Weblog of Tech and Life

    Impatient software...

    Tonights frustration with my router's software reminds me a lot of the early days of understanding how to people use Money. The problem was that I'm not a router expert and have a hard time understanding what it is that I'm suppose to do with the different...
  • load of tosh

    SciFi Museum Visit Blogged

    This blog, the ThumbMonkey, has an entry on his recent visit to the SciFi museum in Seattle with some pictures of the interior and exhibits. Can't wait to get over there. Among the highlights: Darth Vader's mask, Captain Kirk's chair, an Armory with...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    functions as objects

    More from Object Thinking , on the everything is an object thread. In an object thinker’s programming language, the elements of the language can also be objects. So, a method on a class should be objects. Given a class ‘C’ and...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    Whidbey Newsgroups

    While going walkabout on the web, I came across the blog of buckh . Hey the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Technology Preview Newsgroups are available to the public :) When I looked at the Visual Studio 2005 Developer Center , I guess I missed the link...
  • The Wayward WebLog

    Xen: SQL in the mainstream

    The X#/Xen (newly renamed c-omega) programming language has built in facilities to query data structures and databases. I had the pleasure to work on that project, implementing all the query features. The XML query features looked a bit like OPath from...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Test-Driven Debugging

    So, you're doing TDD. You're pretty happy with the results. You have confidence. You're refactoring. You're having fun. Then someone finds a bug. In your code. Your ego deflates, you collapse in depression. Maybe this TDD thing isn't going to work...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Draft posts... what should they display for 'date posted'?

    I've been using unpublished posts as a way to create planned blog posts for later... then, when I have a chance I go back and finish them up and mark them as 'Published'... but I just noticed that when I do that, the published date is the date on which...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Test-Driven Development & Code Coverage

    On an internal email discussion, someone asked for some help applying Code Coverage tools to evaluate their Unit Tests. So, I blog: Is it really important to you to get Code Coverage on your TDD’d code? From
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