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March, 2005

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    Class Designer Demo

    There's a great demo on Channel 9 of the new Class Designer for Visual Studio 2005. Note, as per the CD team blog , Class Designer is available in the standard, professional and team systems editions of VS2005. (i.e. everything but express). More info...
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    KoolAid Drinker

    I love this . Except Scott, didn't you mean to say "I'm an architect MVP"?
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    Crupi Blog

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    I met John Crupi - CTO of Sun's Enterprise Web Service Practice - at OOPSLA last year. Very cool guy. I hadn't realized he started blogging last month until Steve Vinoski linked to him. There seems to be some disagreement regarding using a top-down approach...
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    DSL Toolkit Team Roundup

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    Talk about transparency: Pretty much everyone involved in the DSL toolkit is blogging. Keith , Jack , Steve , Stuart , Gareth , Alan and Jochen . Plus, I bug these guys on email alot and they always have answers. A couple of recent items from these folks...
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    QOTD: Paul Preiss

    "Architecture is about how you decide not what you decide" Thanks for the kind words Paul.
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    DSL Toolkit on CTP VS?

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    Doug wanted to know if the new DSL toolkit runs on the December CTP of VSTS. In a word, no. The March DSL Toolkit requires Beta 1 of VS05 Beta 1 or Beta 1 refresh. However, at some point, there will be a version of the DSL Toolkit that runs on VS05 Beta...
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    Update on DSL Toolkit and VC++

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    Yesterday, I mentioned that you need VC++ installed to use the DSL Toolkit . Apparently, it's needed for building a DLL related to VS integration. However, Gareth let me know that they should be able to do that with managed code in a future build which...
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    TechEd Bloggers

    I guess we're still three months out, but TechEd Bloggers is just getting ramped up. Not to many registered bloggers yet. So far, I'm the only registered blogger in the staff category . Last year, I was staff and speaker (the only track owner also presenting...
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    New DSL Tool Drop Available

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    I've been doing a bunch of thinking about the use of heavily stereotyped UML class diagrams and how similar it is to the DSL approach. I'm working on a new post, but I wanted to parrot Gareth who announced earlier today that the March 05 CTP build of...
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    Simulating Class Designer

    It's Thursday, and the Class Designer team is sticking to their new entry every Thursday policy. I don't want to just post a link to their blog every week, but if they keep doing stuff this cool I'll have no choice. Eugene Chigirinskiy could have just...
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    Mr. CIO Guy Has Left The Building

    As he wrote on his blog, Pat Helland's last day at Microsoft is tomorrow. He's busily cleaning out his office right now. :( He's starts on Monday @ Amazon to help them implement a service oriented architecture. I heard their CTO was hiring . Pat's a big...
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    patterns And practices And podcasts

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    Ron from patterns & practices is not only blogging and webcasting but also podcasting . He's got two podcasts up so far. The first is a discussion with Billy Hollis about smart client architectures. It's pretty short - just enough to whet your appetite...
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