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Windows Vista Wanderings

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    "Vista Bridge" and You

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    Well ... here we are - a really , really long time since my last entry. The pestering from folks to actually update my blog with useful and current information has become overwhelming for me, so I've finally caved and am now typing away. I'm actually...
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    Informal Poll for Developers: What Longhorn SDK samples do you want see?

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    If you're a developer who has had a chance (or would like to now take the opportunity - see http://msdn.microsoft.com/longhorn/default.aspx for a great starting point) to play around with the various APIs in Longhorn, this post is for you ... A big...
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    Windows Forms Wanderings, Indeed ...

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    My big plans for my blog amounted to ... well, not quite naught but darn close. And now it's too late, because my "Windows Forms Wanderings" ended up wandering off to another position at Microsoft. I'm now a developer on the Longhorn SDK team, so no...
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    New Bits!

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    New bits! http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/vs2005/downloads/default.aspx I haven't installed it yet - we build directly out of our source trees on our dev boxes, and there can be quite a delta between the source trees and branches used to build these sorts...
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    Name That Layout: In the beginning ...

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    Windows Forms 2.0 contains a set of new layout features that are a blast to use - but first-time users can be easily overwhelmed by the options, and even developers experienced with Windows Forms may need a helping hand to figure out how to get the most...
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    Windows Forms Layout in Dr. Dobb's Journal

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    While thumbing through the new issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal at breakfast today, lo' and behold but what should I see? A Windows Forms layout article - specifically one on creating your own layout manager! The author - Richard Grimes - takes you through...
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    Wonderous Windows Forms

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    Howdy there ... My name is Jeff Chrisope, and I am one of the hordes of Microsoft Program Managers working on the Whidbey (aka Visual Studio 2005) release of Windows Forms. Notice that I didn't say I work on the "Windows Forms team", because that's oh...
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