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Gus Class's Windows Developer Education Blog

April, 2011

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    (non-technical) Show/Hide the Ribbon UI

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    I have heard some complaints from friends that the Ribbon UI is too big and takes up too much vertical space. Then I showed them this little button: It lets you pop in and pop out the ribbon. The following video shows this in action:
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    Windows Desktop Developer Center Updates for 04.29.2011

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    This week, two new videos were released showcasing Windows Touch features. The first video, Exploring Touch Support in Windows 7 gives you an overview of the Windows Touch features for developers. The second video, Windows 7 Text Input Panel , shows...
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    Windows Developer Center Roundup for 04.22.2011

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    Last week, I was out, apologies for losing my cadence with the roundups. Anyways, this week has been huge! We have finished updating a number of the pages for the dev center so let us know what you think. Without further ado, the list is as follows: ...
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    (offtopic) Starting a diet by avoiding the cafeteria

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    So recently, I have decided I need to get in better shape (everybody seems to do this at two points in the year, New Year's day, and the springtime!). Anyways, I'm in pretty bad shape from a - dang I am getting heavy - perspective. Since starting at Microsoft...
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    Windows Developer Center Roundup for 04.08.2011

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    This week, we have been working to clarify the updates to the developer center so that some of the first pages can be updated. Also, we shared some notes on the improvements to search on the developer center. Clarifying Updates on the Developer Center...
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    Search Updates to the Windows Developer Center

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    Recently, some search updates were made to the Windows Developer center that scope searches to the center as well as the Win32 and COM content on the MSDN library. The search that I'm referring to is the one that appears on the top of the Windows Developer...
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