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  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Flight Simulator 2004

    Scoble has a couple of recent blogs about Flight Simulator 2004 that are pretty interesting: Their philosophy is “as real as it gets”, with an example of smoke curling off of the tires of a 747 when you land it (I have problems landing them). An update...
  • Jason Zander's blog

    Rules for warnings and my biased view of the ObsoleteAttribute

    Brad has a hot post going about how we should handle the ObsoleteAttribute and its usage in the Framework . Brad’s post is balanced and objective to not force people into one camp or another. Let me be totally biased, put my Development Manager hat back...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    Dan Wahlin is blogging!

    I pull up the main page on this morning, and I see a post by Dan Wahlin . It's about time you started blogging (4 posts and counting!), Dan, since my mentioning Dan's lack of RSS back in May of 2003 .
  • Heath Stewart's blog

    And the Winner is...

    Tonight was the first time I've played Texas Hold'em and gambling with an actual cash buy-in. The first game was cut short but I took a portion of the winnings split between two of us (the other guy had to leave). The second game was full of daring actions...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Pentium 4 64-bit Ante Portas

    • 1 Comments . This all will become real fun. People still believe it will take a couple of years until 64-bit will be mainstream. Well, it will not take that long.
  • Craig Skibo's WebLog

    Multi-project templates

    I had a comment left on my last post about enterprise templates, and it is a good time to discuss a new feature in our VSTemplate Wizard – Multi-Project Templates. The most common way of using the VSTemplate Wizard is to create a single project or project...
  • Hans VB's WebLog - For FREE!!!

    A not so wild Friday night

    A couple of hours ago, my wife took of for a concert of Anastasia (sorry if I misspelled the name, I never heard of the group – my wife obviously thinks I should have). This is one of these great opportunities to something wild on a Friday night… So I...
  • Angel Saenz-Badillos creating a single connection versus relying on connection pooling, my two cents.

    Creating a connection object at the start of the process and passing it versus relying on connection pooling and the “using” construct? This seems to be a hot topic in the adonet newsgroup, I would like to put in my two cents. This post deals with the...
  • Dean Rowe's WebLog

    Hooray for Visa Enhancement Services

    I bought a laptop back in December 2002. I didn’t opt for the extended warrantee as it wasn’t that cheap and typically once computers work they tend to be pretty reliable. One thing I didn’t counter for was that I would take the laptop to work in the...
  • Paul Andrew

    End of the Week

    Well, yes I did get my Visual Studio Team System install working. A two VPC configuration is much easier to deal with - both running Windows Server 2003. Install the first one as a domain controller with a private domain and remember to include DNS when...
  • BCL Team Blog

    Some meeting notes [Kit George]

    All, thought I would post some notes from a recent meeting we had with the WebData team. This is in relation to a Tree class they have created internally in their namespaces, and what we should consider doing with it. The reference to 'our redblack' tree...
  • [Ryan Rogers]

    Expanding Horizons: Restrict a Customized Search to an Individual, New, Programatically-Created Content Source

    On the surface, SharePoint can easily seem like a restrictive end-user, UI-based application; perhaps because it contains so much functionality out-of-the-box, I think it can be easy to forget -- or fail to realize -- just how flexible the product is...
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