Mike Harsh's Blog

Right angle, laser, razor thin lines that curve and swerve in perfect sines

March, 2003

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    H to the izza, L to the izzo

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    Halo is rapidly becoming a tradition at MS. All over the company XBOX's are being setup with the sole purpose of playing halo. Many teams have their rig subsidized by their morale budget. We on the Windows Forms team wanted a more exclusive experience...
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    Office 11 impressions

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    Apparently talking about the new Office 11 beta is all the rage , so I'll throw my 2 bits in the mix. Outlook As a PM, I use Outlook far more than the other Office apps. I have to admit that with beta 1, had my doubts about the viability of offline...
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    Security Threat Models Done!

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    After three weeks and a dozen meetings, the threat models for all 7 feature specs I own are finished. Weight off shoulders.
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    Hello......

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    Is this thing on? After a night of Halo at ErickE's, where every other word out of ChrisAn's mouth was "blog", I mailed ScottW and he hooked me up with a blog on this site. That was about 2 weeks ago. Chalk the delay between then and now up to procrastination...
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    Cheap Plug

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    As you probably know, I run our team's public website, http://windowsforms.net . If you're doing any client programming with the .NET Framework or Visual Studio .NET, then http://windowsforms.net/forums is a great place to get your questions answered...
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    Yo-Yo a go go

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    Confession time. I'm into yo-yoing. ChrisAn references it here . Also check out a recent skill toy related project ErickE, Chris and I worked on. And if you're looking to get your mind bent, check out grind slave (make sure to right click and save to...
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