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  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Microsoft Physics Illustrator for Tablet PC

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    Okay…I don’t have a Tablet PC to run this on, so I’m not sure if this is the application I saw demonstrated by Microsoft Research awhile back, but if it is, it’s very cool . Here’s the brief description of the Microsoft Physics Illustrator for Tablet...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Ron Jeffries at the XP West Michigan User Group

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    I apologize for not being able to give you an earlier heads-up on the Ron Jeffries presentation at the XP West Michigan User Group last night. It was well attended (I’d guess that there were approximately 50 people), but it would have been great to see...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Introductions, ICorDebug + CLR Debugging Services

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    My name is Mike Stall, and I'm a developer on the CLR (also called the .NET runtime and a host of other names). I currently work on the CLR Debugging Services along with some other folks. We design and implement the managed debugging API exposed by the...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Axis 1.2 alpha installed and running

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    Pulled down and installed Axis 1.2 alpha. Yet another download. Pulled down and installed xerces 2.5. Yet another download. Pulled down and installed Java Activation Framework (JAF) 1.0.2. Yet another download With that said, happyaxis.jsp validates and...
  • Mike Swanson's Blog

    Games in Managed Code

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    Brad Abrams points out Arena Wars , a game written using managed code. Based on some of the comments on his site , it sounds like it’s worth taking a look at the downloadable demo . Has anyone else had a chance to investigate this? With most of...
  • Kevin W. Hammond

    Experience with my new Java environment thus far

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    I was asked in a feedback item about my thoughts on Eclipse. Let me preface with what I'm about to say is that as far as free development environments go, Eclipse is nice. I'd even say it's very nice. With that said, I spent a good portion of the day...
  • KMorrill's WebLog

    Apprentice, episode 4

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    I just finished watching this week's show. It looks like this year is shapping up to be a reverse of last year, where now several women get peeled off the team early on. I am pretty sure they'll be back in the boardroom next week too, because it doesn...
  • IEBlog

    MSDN articles on IE for XP SP2

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    The information published in this post is now out-of-date and one or more links are invalid. —IEBlog Editor, 20 August 2012 If you’re a developer hosting the WebBrowser control, you’ll want to read Compatibility in Internet Explorer 6 for Windows...
  • KMorrill's WebLog

    Apprentice, episode 4

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    I just finished watching this week's show. It looks like this year is shapping up to be a reverse of last year, where now several women get peeled off the team early on. I am pretty sure they'll be back in the boardroom next week too, because it doesn...
  • A View from Elsewhere

    Wines You Should Buy: The Short List

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    An Alcoholic's Guide to Fine Wine...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    How DO we start a community, anyway? And why does a v1.0 product need one?

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    After my last post , John Hann asked what it means to be "…on the hook to start the community." Good question - and one that I'm about to discover the answer to :-) The fundamental problem is that every product needs a community. You can't just throw...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Moving on from Accessibility

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    On September 1st, I stepped down from my role on the Visual Studio Accessibility Team. This month marked my 3 year anniversary working on Accessibility. I feel that I have done everything that I could do in this space. And I saw such passion and dedication...
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