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  • Blog Post: Iterative XML Tree Traversal

    Here's a C# code snippet for iterative tree traversal of elements in an XML document using XPathNavigator that takes advantage of parent pointers. [ download source ] test.xml 1 <? xml version = " 1.0 " encoding = " UTF-8 " standalone = " no " ?> 2 < test > 3 < a /> ...
  • Blog Post: VSTS Web Access Power Tool

    Now with linkable web pages!
  • Blog Post: Security & Perf Videos

    J.D. Meier has posted a decent index of videos covering performance testing, ASP.NET 2.0, and VSTS:
  • Blog Post: Team System Web Access Power Tool

    Details on Brian Harry's blog:
  • Blog Post: Dynamic [Language Runtime | Type System]

    Port 25 is running video on what they're calling "dynamic language runtime" with some innovative type system implementations at the core. "big trick is deferred compilation ... looks a lot like linq expression trees ... backend can decide on different optimizations ... we can take the code and specialize...
  • Blog Post: Patterns & Practices Security Videos

    "Click Here"
  • Blog Post: Debugging ASP.NET AJAX

    Wouldn't it be nice to be able to debug AJAX from the comfort of the IDE? Gonzo stuff like setting a breakpoint inside of some script that'll get hit client-side? We're getting there, and could use feedback. Noah has a great post on this with screenshots - check it out:
  • Blog Post: SourceSafe on Vista

    If you're a SourceSafe on Vista type of person, here's some current information from Richard Berg to be aware of -- Part 1: Part 2:
  • Blog Post: powershell

    Port 25 has some video up to coincide with the powershell (monad) release:
  • Blog Post: VSTA released

    If you're into app customization --- "Visual Studio Tools for Applications (VSTA) was released as an integrated component of the 2007 Office system earlier this week and is now available to both Office developers and ISVs!"
  • Blog Post: Michael Howard on the Silver Bullet Security Podcast

    Here's the link...
  • Blog Post: CERT Secure Coding Standards

    "This web site exists to support the development of secure coding standards for commonly used programming languages such as C and C++. "
  • Blog Post: concurrency for scalability

    Joe Duffy article in September's MSDN Magazine:,guid,8b234428-1542-4a87-958f-2885c7cd6860.aspx
  • Blog Post: Tim O'Reilly interview

    Interesting conversation with Tim O'Reilly on Port 25 : "as we build these new applications ... it's less and less about source and more and more about shared activity ... we're moving into the era of network effects in data ... and increasing returns that come from collaboration ... and systems that...
  • Blog Post: VSTS Tip: teamprise interview

    "Sam interviews Martin from Teamprise, a company which has developed a pretty interesting suite of client applications that can access Visual Studio Team Foundation Server from Macintosh, UNIX or Linux clients using Eclipse. The Teamprise implementation allows development teams to use the source control...
  • Blog Post: port 25 is open on port 80

    Here's an interesting blog to watch courtesy the Open Source Software Lab @ Microsoft - (for RSS - )
  • Blog Post: Improving Application Startup Time

    "just because you're writing code fast doesn't mean you're writing fast code" - here's an article from the CLR perf team if you're looking for ways to improve application startup time :
  • Blog Post: VSTS Tip:

    Join the party - MSDN is gettin' wiki with it: (FAQ)
  • Blog Post: VSTS Tip: Is It Live Or Is It Virtual TechEd ?

    To blatantly plagiarize from an internal email that has marketing written all over it: "For the first time ever you can see and hear much of what Tech•Ed has to offer by visiting the Virtual Tech•Ed site at . Virtual Tech•Ed's team of editors and bloggers will bring you compelling...
  • Blog Post: the spawn of whidbey code analysis

    "Microsoft is readying two tools to help hardware makers create more stable and secure Windows drivers, which should help reduce the number of crashes."
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET 2.0 SQL Providers

    Heard it through the grapevine: This is a public release for our developer community to actually get their hands on the framework code for the ASP.NET 2.0 SQL providers (as well the AzMan role provider) so they can see how we built them, and use the code to pattern providers for other platforms that...
  • Blog Post: VSTS Tip: Teamprise 1.0 is now available

    Just caught the buzz that as of this morning, Teamprise 1.0 is now available online: "Deploy Team System across the enterprise with ease.The Teamprise client suite enables your entire software development team to use the source control and work item tracking features of...
  • Blog Post: VSTS Tip: Profiler FAQ

    Ian Huff just slammed out our first ever profiler FAQ, check it out:
  • Blog Post: VSTS Tip: Build Scheduling

    Good intro post on Abhinaba's blog about how to schedule builds using Team Build:
  • Blog Post: debugger quote of the day

    The debugging features alone cause me to drool like one of Pavlov’s furry friends
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