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September, 2005

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    Investigating Blue Screens of Death

    Sometimes we get MSDN Feedback bugs that talk about STOP errors aka blue screens of death. When a STOP error (a fatal system error) occurs in Windows, Windows enters debug mode for troubleshooting purposes. A blue screen appears and typically displays...
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    PM Phil Taylor at PDC 2005

    F5's Joe Pruitt talks with Phil Taylor about what VS Extensibility is, how his team enlists users to influence their development efforts, and areas where VS Extensibility applies to F5's API and user implementations. Check it out at http://devcentral...
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    Down to the Wire--Delivering the VS SDK, ver. 1.0 RTM

    What a long week! We are scrambling to finish the documentation for the RTM release of the Visual Studio SDK. There are so many good things happening this time that we really want to complete the overviews so that you can find them and start playing with...
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    The VS SDK, version 1.0 RTM

    My team is feverishly working on a complete rework of the documentation for this release. We've even borrowed writers and editors from three other teams. The goal is to simplify the docs and provide clever ways to streamline discoverability. The dev team...
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    Visual Studio 2005 SDK - September CTP

    The Visual Studio 2005 SDK community tech preview (CTP) is ready for the world. I'll try to blog more later. I'm in a meeting. :o) Okay, I'm back. The September VS SDK CTP is used with the August release of Visual Studio. Murray asks what the difference...
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