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  • Mike Harsh's Blog

    Whidbey Hype vs. Content for Current Versions

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    Many customers have been complaining about the lack of new articles, samples and excitement around VS.NET 2003. This http://windowsforms.net forums post is an example. Great language skills aside, he makes a point. A very significant portion of new MSDN...
  • One Louder

    Our newest Platform Evangelist has joined the team...

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    I told you last week that we made a great new hire recently as a result of our work with the Software Product Marketing eGroup and the Silicon Valley PMA. I'll let Ben introduce himself a little more later, but wanted to find out what kinds of questions...
  • One Louder

    Heading to Boston in September

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    I think I mentioned before that I am speaking at a recruiting conference in Boston this September. Well, given that Boston is a great location for talent and I don't love flying, we decided to turn this into a recruiting trip. Basically, our recent trip...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Good Customer Service

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    The other day, I was wine tasting in Portland with Chuck Humble, a friend of mine. In general, it was a great trip -- I wound up coming home with several cases of delicious wine and had some great conversations with wine makers and wine literati in the...
  • Rob Caron

    Simon Meacham on the Profiler, Threading and Heisenburg's Uncertainty Principle

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    Simon Meacham , a developer on the profiler in Visual Studio Team System, has posted a discussion on a nasty bug in the profiler's analysis engine and manages to draw an analogy to Heisenburg's Uncertainty Principle . Somehow, Simon escaped my blogroll...
  • The Unfrozen Caveman Engineer

    WinFS

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    Well, June is here so it must be time to make a post. Let's talk about... Hmmm... What should we talk about? Hmmm.... How about WinFS! You know WinFS... It's one of the three main pillars of Longhorn Client (Avalon, Indigo, and WinFS). Or maybe you...
  • Rob Caron

    Steve Carroll on Exclusive and Inclusive Time

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    Steve Carroll of the Enterprise Performance Tools Team has a post that illustrates the difference between exclusive and inclusive time , which are both measured when profiling an application in Team System.
  • Oji's Redmond Hut

    So I met Scoble

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    I’m the developer evangelist for my team, so I have to make sure that there is a clear 20,000 foot explanation of what we are developing and slowly lead people into the guts of ‘what method do I call’. This blog thing is part of it
  • Rob Caron

    The Business Case for Better Software Practices

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    I once had a meeting with Rick LaPlante (General Manager, Visual Studio Team System) in which he talked about how the cost of software development today is not in line with the expected return on investment. This morning, I attended a breakfast seminar...
  • Lisa Wollin

    New Article: Sending Custom EMail

    Hey, ho... We just published a new article, Sending Custom Email . It's actually a reprint of an article on the companion CD of Jim Buyens' book, "FrontPage 2003 Inside Out" published by MS Press. This article, the four reprint from Jim's book, shows...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    Software Testers Wanted

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    Hallmarks of a Great Tester is the best Microsoft help wanted post I've seen yet. Oops, I just ruined it. Anyway, it begins with, “ If you ask me, I'll tell you a great tester Is devious A great tester has a streak of deviousness...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    Developing at KittyWarp Speed

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    I'm sitting in on a usability test of some Visual Studio 2005 Team System features. The test subject is capable, smart, asks all the right questions, and most importantly, agrees with my assessment of the product: Team System Rocks . One-way glass...
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