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  • MSDN Student Flash

    Calling All Java Developers!

    World: Are you a student? Student: Yes. World: Do you know Java? Student: Must I really admit that? World: So we get the hint… If you know Java and would like to get into .NET , specifically C# , there is a great article on MSDN called, The C# Programming...
  • Being Scott Densmore

    What Kind of Elitist Am I?

    Your CD collection is almost as big as your ego, and you can most likely play an instrument or three. You're a real hit at parties, but you're SO above karaoke. What people love: You're instant entertainment. Unless you play the obo. What people hate...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Anywhere Conference.

    Thinking of attending VSLive in Feb next year ? - here's another reason to go along, the Microsoft Windows Anywhere conference - The conference features three tracks of content: Tablet PC Solutions Development , which focuses on the pen and digital ink...
  • The Old New Thing

    Asking questions where the answer is unreliable anyway

    Race conditions render many questions pointless....
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    'switch' in C#

    On Eric's blog, a discussion about 'switch' statements in C# & why they require 'break' inspired this post. One of my favorite principles in the design of C# is that it forces you to be explicit when that removes confusion. The best example is the...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Survey Says

    New Adult swim lineup: Wolf's Rain: Enthralling Witch Hunter Robin: Decent Tom goes to the Mayor: Sick and twisted. Me likey so far. Fullmetal Alchemist: Has potential, but slightly too silly. Definitely need to see where this is going. and finally: Super...
  • Live Search

    Desktop Search

    As you may have heard, some screenshots from an internal pre-release build of MSN's desktop search product were recently posted on the Neowin site. While we're flattered by the attention and interest, this was an unauthorized disclosure. As many of you...
  • Dean Rowe's WebLog

    Halo 2

    Halo 2 has been out for almost a week now and I haven’t mentioned it on my blog? What kind of blogger can I be? Well we probably have a biased view of things up here in Redmond but it seems like everyone was talking about it last week. I did pick it up...
  • Ben Armstrong

    X-COM: Apocalypse under Virtual PC

    X-COM: Apocalypse has been one of the trickiest games in the X-COM series to get running under Virtual PC. The run down of the issues that I encountered while setting this up were: 1) X-COM: Apocalypse seems to have a problem installing off of a .ISO...
  • simon.says

    Certificate issues with WSE/JWSDP WS-Security article

    A few people have asked me about using their own X.509 certificates after reading the WSE/JWSDP WS-Security article on the MSDN Interop Home page. It appears that although the supplied sample certificates work just great, things can go bad when you try...
  • Beat Schwegler's 2 Cents

    Thoughts on Web Service Contracts: The different artifacts

    I’m currently thinking about Web Service contracts with the goal to achieve the highest level of compensability and reusability. I like to share some of my thoughts... First of all, Web Service contracts should be structured into the following four artifacts...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Blogging Code Snippets

    Colin Coller has an excellent post about a tool that he wrote to copy code from Visual Studio .NET to the clipboard in HTML format so that it can easily be used in your blog. --Eric (Grand Valley State University)
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