Visual Studio

jonathan wells, product manager

January, 2004

  • Visual Studio

    To Plaxo?

    • 2 Comments
    For some reason many of the vcards that I am receiving in emails for the P&aC are coming through as blank emails. So I am grinding away and manually creating Outlook contacts for you all (there are a lot of you - some of whom I have already contacted...
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    Poster and Coaster Request

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    A couple of requests to ease the burden on my 'ctrl', 'c' and 'v' keys - which have been rubbed clean ;-). If possible could you include your contact details in your email in vcard format (you should be able to drag your own contact details from your...
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    .NET Compact Framework Poster and a Coaster offer extended...

    • 3 Comments
    <.NET Compact Framework World Wide Poster and a Coaster (WWP&aC) FAQ> Just what is the Poster and Coaster? See this post for more info... Why are you doing this; are you insane? For the most part yes... But that has nothing to do with...
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    More on the .NET Compact Framework Class Library poster...

    • 10 Comments
    Michael Yuan requested an image of the poster, so here it is. Boy I tell ya, it sure wasn't easy to get this up on the blog; especially considering that I thought it would be just a quick cut n paste job. A few people have asked whether I would ship...
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    Who wants a .NET Compact Framework Class Library Poster?

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    One of the first things that I wanted to do when I joined the .NET Compact Framework Team was to create a .NET Compact Framework Class Library poster. This has been on my task list for well over a year now. Well I'm pleased to report that I marked this...
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    What is a Blog indeed?!!

    • 3 Comments
    So someone just contacted me (thanks Justin) to let me know that my RSS feed was rendering nastily; fonts, colours (note Australian spelling), sizes etc... I just checked out my feed and sure enough there were all types of nasty extraneous HTML tags in...
  • Visual Studio

    .NET Comapct Framework-based Web Server for Devices

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    This is something that I often get asked about. If you are interested in what a managed Web server on a device might look like check out the .NET Compact Framework Mobile Web Server Architecture whitepaper and sample written and developed by some fellow...
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    G'Day

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    Hi there! My mate Kevin Lisota (aka Batman) the Microsoft Mobile DevCon (MDC) manager and Windows Mobile Product Manager extraordinaire has been bugging me about getting a blog up so that I can share my .NET Compact Framework related rants with the world...
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