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  • Mike Harsh's Blog

    Windows Forms Markup Language (wfml)

    This sample, written by Joe Stegman, allows users to create XML Form definitions and then instatiate those Forms at runtime. This is similar in concept to Xamlon but more generic in that it can also be used to declare any managed type. The basis for wfml...
  • Bill Wert's weblog

    Managed Code Performance

    I never quite know how to start something like this without sounding a bit goofy. “Hi there” seems odd, seeings as I have no real idea who I'm talking to yet. Ah well. My name is Bill Wert. I'm a Software Test Engineer on the CLR Performance...
  • GrantRi's WebLog [MS]

    Anonymous Methods, Part 2 of ?

    A lot of people seem to have trouble grasping how anonymous methods affect the lifetimes of locals. SO hopefuly I can clarify that a little. Previous to anonymous methods, the lifetime and the visibility of a local were identical for all practical purposes...
  • Visual Studio Data

    March letter on MSDN VFP web site (by Ken Levy)

    OK, here is my first blog entry on the new VS Data weblog. Entering my first blog entry reminds me of a line from a movie called What About Bob with Bill Murray, but instead of saying “I'm sailing“, I'll now say “Hey, I'm blogging! I...
  • This is my old blog

    Microsoft Win32 to Microsoft .NET Framework API Map

    A nice one to read just before you get into .net from unmanaged code: Summary: This article identifies the Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.0 or 1.1 APIs that provide similar functionality to Microsoft Win32 functions. One or more relevant .NET...
  • Visual Studio Data

    Newsgator addons rock! (by yag)

    Like many others, I use Newsgator as my news aggregator – allowing me to use Outlook for all my reading. Thanks to a post by KC Lemson, I went to Greg Reinacker’s blog and found how to move some of the posts to my smartphone. One Newsgator...
  • aaron's weblog

    Where's the Whidbey Content?

    Since I just started in the Visual Studio Core team in November 2003, I unfortunately haven't done that much work yet that has been released to the public. As we get closer to certain events (say, like Beta 1) I will start focusing more on Whidbey, and...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    When do people get approved for MSDN Connection

    There's been some discussion on the approval process for MSDN Connection . It's so good to see people are keen to get connected. There are two approval methods at the moment for MSDN Connection : People that registered directly online. These...
  • Aaron Marten

    Would you like fries with that?

    Do you have a great idea for an article, blog entry, sample, etc...that would help you out with writing packages? What do you find the most difficult or frustrating about VSIP and what can Microsoft do to make your experience better? We would love to...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    New MSDE Articles Available

    Brian Randell has written 4 (really 7, but 3 of them are just the same article as both VB and C#) articles on using MSDE in your applications... (via Kent Sharkey's blog ); Using MSDE? A whole whack of articles from Brian Randell on working...
  • BCL Team Blog

    Regex Char Class Subtraction spec available [Kit George]

    I propped the character class subtraction specification up on the BCL website: This feature will be one of the many enhancements we make to...
  • Visual ActiveKent Sharkey .NET SE 3.11

    Using MSDE?

    A whole whack of articles from Brian Randell on working with MSDE in your Web applications has just gone live. Using MSDE 2000 in a Web Application And every possible combination and permutation of: Visual Basic .NET and C# Visual Studio...
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