Q: In what file are the code snippets you create stored?

A: Code snippets are actually stored individually as *.snippet files, making them easy to migrate between developers and machines.

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Q: what do the Meyers Briggs predictions on your desktop reveal about you?

A: You saw the file on my desktop, didn't you?  I have found self-reporting to be the main drawback against the value of Meyers-Briggs assessments.  As people develop, their "inlook" (internal outlook?) changes and they will report differently on assessments like Meyers-Briggs.

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Q: How can you include not just Content specific Snippets, but browse through all VS snippets?

A: To view all snippets, you can use the Code Snippet Manager (Ctrl+B, Ctrl+K) inside Visual Studio 2005.  You could also create snippets without metadata that defines the suitable context; this may be appropriate if you have comments or TODO items to insert with some frequency.

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Q: You talked about an design time evaluation window, how do I get to it?

A: You can use the Immediate window for design-time evaluation.  See this blog post for more information - http://blogs.msdn.com/vbteam/archive/2005/12/05/500252.aspx.

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Q: Would you post a link for a 'compact' listing of the previous webcasts, sometimes the mass of option on , and also for your blog ;-)he main events page is daunting...

A: http://www.tinyurl.com/ecvrw will get you to my blog, specifically in the section on Visual Basic 2005.  Ironically, however, if you are reading this, you are already here.

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Q: What does ecvrw stand for?

A: Darned if I know... TinyUrl.com generates small URLs from big ones, so it is likely either a hash formula or a random string of characters.

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Q: When Can I expect my MP3 player? :)

A: I admire your confidence.

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Q: You should mention the free Discovery Pack @ http://www.thedifferenceisobviousvb05.com/Campaign.aspx. It includes a bunch of free stuff. You need to register there.

A: Good call.  The VB 2005 Discovery Pack is chock full of goodies.  I talked that team into promoting my webcast series and sharing the love by providing kits to all customers who attend 3 or more webcasts AND register through this website: http://www.thedifferenceisobviousvb05.com/vb2005/Campaign.aspx