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  • frankred's WebLog

    New drop of Power Collections for .NET

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    Power Collections for .NET is a community project led by Wintellect to develop the best public license collection classes for .NET and is based on .NET Framework 2.0 generics. Browse the Power Collections for .NET documentation or download the latest...
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    WinDev Ask The Experts, .NET trivia and brain-teasers...oh my!

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    The highlight of WinDev day 1 was the Ask The Experts (ATE) session, where attendees and speakers were able to mingle over appetizers and drinks. The food was good (especially those yummy bacon wraps J ), the drinks were flowing (I swear, I rarely touch...
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    Hello C# World

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    As you may have heard , I've recently taken over content strategy duties for the C# dev center from Duncan Mackenzie, who has transitioned to a dev position within MSDN - best of luck D! As you also may have heard , I'll be attending the Win-Dev conference...
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    Coming soon to the .NET Framework Developer Center: 64-bit .NET Framework

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    I’ve been working with the 64-bit CLR team and several other folks at Microsoft to add a new 64-bit .NET Framework section to the .NET Framework Developer Center . The new 64-bit .NET Framework section will include overview material, hands on labs, and...
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    Win-Dev Conference October 25-29 in Boston, MA

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    I’ve been working with Teresa over at Boston University to help coordinate Microsoft’s involvement in this year’s Win-Dev conference . I’ve always enjoyed Win-Dev as a both a speaker and an attendee b/c of the breadth and depth of the technical content...
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