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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    YAADDB - Damian Maclennan

    I love it when I find more Aussie .NET developer bloggers . Here's another one - Damian Maclennan . Do yourself a favour and check out his blog, and in particular, the Bondi Sunrise . He's been blogging for a while - I've got a bit of reading ahead...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    G'day Joel Pobar

    Got another note today from an Aussie developer blogger , but this one is a bit special. The note was from Joel Pobar , an Aussie (Queenslander in fact) who is working for Microsoft as a Program Manager on the SSCLI . How cool is that!!!!!! G'day...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Weather in Redmond - and old style fixup...

    I'm now back in sunny Redmond (actually, it's raining [again] - no surprises there!!) - and am getting content ready for the next round of events - off to Sunny (and yes, I believe it really is sunny) Bangalore, India in a couple of weeks for more of...
  • Chris Garty's Weblog

    Yukon: CLR in the database

    A book chapter is up for public review on TheServerSide.Net that describes the benefits of having the CLR in the database . W hen I first had this described to me at PDC I thought it was good, but I didn't think too much of it. I was talking to my...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Preview Changes for Refactorings

    In a comment , Robert Watkins proposes a preview mode for refactorings. Funny how things work out. The original implementation of Whidbey Refactorings included an optional preview window that was 100% annoying. Every time it came up, I would kick myself...
  • jeff's WebLog

    fun with subways

    When Dino and I were in New York we tried to make words by plotting clever courses through the subway system. Making animals never occured to us. Too bad Seattle does not have a subway system.
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Mooooore's Laaaaaaw!

    I was just thinking about writing a blog entry about "which is more secure, script or something else?" when I ran across this piece (via my friend and colleague Mike .) ...
  • Chris Garty's Weblog

    Wanted: A plugin for Visual Studio to make TDD easier

    I thought I'd put a post about this on my blog so that I could point people to this rather than having to describe this rather niche problem again and again. I like Test Driven Development (TDD), but I don't like the fragmented mental state I end up...
  • Spout's from wherever

    Another week done

    Another week on the road is over. It feels nice to be home, and the cats seem quite happy to see me, too. One topic that keeps popping up at my current customer is administration of Code Access Security polices. It seems there is an abundance of information...
  • Chris Garty's Weblog

    A new version of Windows XP before Longhorn?

    A new article on has spoken of the possibility of an interim update to Windows XP before Longhorn . The interim version is referred to as 'Windows XP Reloaded'... let's just hope that it isn't as bad as a recent movie featuring a similar title...
  • Aaron Marten

    Introduction to Visual Studio Extensibility

    Pretty much every reference out there to VS Extensibility begins with an explanation of the various ways you can extend Visual Studio, and this blog will be no exception to that tradition. :-) What you really need to ask yourself before you dive into...
  • Ryan Storgaard's Blog

    .NET and J2EE Interoperability Toolkit --- Nice!

    Got a copy of Simon Guest's “ Microsoft .NET and J2EE Interoperability Toolkit ” the other day. Simon defintitely did an outstanding job on this book. You can approach it from either a java perspective having to interop with .NET or from a...
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