Rob Caron

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  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Friday, November 9th

    Herb Sutter Live: VC++ C++11 Conformance, isocpp.org, Standard C++ Foundation MSDN Flash: Windows Phone 8 Free Dev Tools and SDK Windows 8 Team: User experience integration testing for Windows 8 apps J. Healy: Are you SLAT Compatible? WP8 SDK Tip 01 Visual Studio ALM + Team Foundation Server Blog: Edit...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Wednesday, July 11th

    Beth Massi: LightSwitch Community & Content Rollup–June 2012 Visual Studio ALM + Team Foundation Server Blog: Using the IntelliTrace Standalone Collector Remotely Ron Jacobs: My Essential Development Tools MS MVP, van Dooren: Flavors of C++ with Visual C++ Stephan T. Lavavej: Core C++, 2 of n | C9...
  • Blog Post: Top 5 Microsoft Developer Links for Friday, December 23rd

    Today is a Microsoft holiday, so here’s a short list… ALM Summit 2011: Adaptive Leadership with Cyndi Mitchell Charles Sterling: Want to give feedback for Visual Studio 11 etc. and receive cool gifts? Raymond Chen: How do I get the full path for the target of a shortcut file? Jonathan Rozenblit: 2012...
  • Blog Post: Top 10 Microsoft Developer Links for Thursday, December 1st

    Scott Hanselman: 2011 Ultimate Developer and Power Users Tool List for Windows Zain Naboulsi: Greatest Hits: Using Visual Studio 2010 IntelliSense with Keywords Beth Massi: Beginning LightSwitch: Getting Started Jacques Victor: How Do I: Get Started with Database Unit Test? JD Meier: Now Available: 30...
  • Blog Post: Top 11 Microsoft Developer Links for Friday, November 18th

    S. Somasegar: Visual Studio 11 IDE Advances Beth Massi: Using the Save and Query Pipeline to “Archive” Deleted Records with LightSwitch Stack Overflow: VisualStudio 2010 Extensions that others are recommending    Visual Studio Tips & Tricks: Speed up builds in Visual Studio 2010 SilverlightShow...
  • Blog Post: Ekobit Test Manager Add-In

    One of the challenges with using Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Developers is that you don't have some of the functionality found in Team Edition for Testers to manage, execute, and organize tests. Ekobit Test Manager Add-In provides an inexpensive solution to do this. Test Manager Add-In offers...
  • Blog Post: Newzie

    Newzie by Newzie /Arda Celebi Although I favored Outlook-based solutions in the past ( RSS News Reader Auditions ), I decided to use a standalone application when I started dogfooding Office 2007. I downloaded and tried many of the usual suspects over the course of a weekend. I forget how I found it...
  • Blog Post: Windows Live Writer (Beta 1)

    Windows Live Writer by Microsoft I started using Windows Live Writer back in July, and I used it to post the last 30 or 40 posts to this blog. I used BlogJet for a long time, but now I'm hooked on Windows Live Writer. Welcome to the Windows Live Writer team blog! We are excited to announce that the Beta...
  • Blog Post: Personify Design TeamLook

    TeamLook by Personify Design At TechEd, Personify Design launched their first product, TeamLook. I’ve been using TeamLook throughout their beta period since December. It’s a natural integration of Team Foundation Server with Outlook 2003 that will be a productivity boost for any team using...
  • Blog Post: Colligo Reader for SharePoint

    Colligo Reader from Colligo Networks (a Microsoft Gold-Certified Partner) I’ve been wanting an application like Colligo Reader for a long time. I can’t think of how many times I’ve asked someone to send me a document in e-mail because I wasn’t attached to the corporate network to retrieve the document...
  • Blog Post: intraVnews

    intraVnews by FolderGlue Last month, I started a search for a new feed reader after my trusty NewsGator committed the unforgivable sin of altering my data without permission (after using a hotel Internet service proxy, the application overwrote the feed URLs I specified) [ RSS News Reader Auditions...
  • Blog Post: Datelens

    Datelens by Human-Computer Interaction Lab at U of MD Calendar applications for small handheld devices such as PDAs are growing in popularity. This led us to develop DateLens, a novel calendar interface that supports not only PDAs, but a range of devices, from desktop computers to Tablet PCs. It supports...
  • Blog Post: PureText 2.0

    PureText by Steve Miller Have you ever copied some text from a web page, a word document, help, etc., and wanted to paste it as simple text into another application without getting all the formatting from the original source? PureText makes this simple. Just copy/cut whatever you want to the clipboard...
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