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July, 2007

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    My Farewell

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    MSDN Magazine rocks! I truly believe it to be one of the best resources out there for developers working with Microsoft technologies, and I sincerely hope it will continue to be so for years to come. I have, however, decided to move on to other endeavors...
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    Years of C++

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    Paul DiLascia is one of our most celebrated columnists in MSDN Magazine . After 165 columns for MSDN Magazine (including for its predecessor MSJ), Paul decided to hang up his pen in February (at least until we can convince him to come back), but he left...
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    Write Code Once For Both Mobile And Desktop Apps

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    Up until a few weeks ago, I'd had the same mobile non-smartphone phone for over three years, never feeling the need to upgrade. It finally passed away, and I took the plunge into the world of Windows Mobile, getting a Dash which I'm now enjoying immensely...
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    August 2007 MSDN Magazine now online

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    The August 2007 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online at http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/07/08 . As with last month, this is a great issue with a bunch of useful articles, including ones on gadgets , WPF , OPC , VBA and VSTO , Excel...
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    A custom Windows Vista sidebar gadget

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    There are several different types of gadgets currently supported by Microsoft developer technologies. That might seem a little confusing, but we're here to help you figure them out. Sidebar gadgets are the ones that run on the Windows Vista desktop; you...
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    DigiGirlz camp

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    This is a bit longer than your average blog post, so bear with me.... Last week, I participated in the Microsoft DigiGirlz technology camp at Stony Brook University. The event hosted over 120 teen girls from all over Long Island and NYC for three days...
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    More LINQ coverage: a custom query provider

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    In the August installment of the Basic Instincts column in MSDN Magazine , Scott Wisniewski provides background on some of the key concepts that drove the design of the Language Integrated Query (LINQ) features introduced in Visual Basic 9.0 . To provide...
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