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  • Blog Post: MSDN Library and our "Coverage" Standards

    CodeProject I want to preface this article that the processes described are not generic to Microsoft and are specific to my team at the time that I was writing SDK documentation. Please take this information with a grain of salt as processes on other teams (under different management, for example...
  • Blog Post: Windows Developer Center Updates for 1/21/2010

    This week, we published a new whitepaper and produced a short video on building C++ projects using only the Windows SDK. Power Management Whitepaper We published the case study: Adobe Flash Player gets Energy Smart to the Windows Power Management learning path. This case study shows how Adobe adopted...
  • Blog Post: Windows Developer Center Updates for 12/17/2010

    There are a few things that have been going on for Windows developers over the past week: Imagine Cup is spinning up again, the next US finals take place in Seattle, WA on April, 2011. The Windows Developer Boot camp program has made developments and Cool Multitouch articles from @jennifermarsman...
  • Blog Post: Where did the offline docs go in Windows SDK 7.1?

    Yesterday, when I was writing the short post on viewing the offline documentation I realized that the offline documentation story has changed a bit in Windows SDK 7.1. This was done for a number of reasons, but anyways, I ran into issues and thought I'd share some information on how to get the documentation...
  • Blog Post: Viewing the MSDN Documentation Offline

    The Windows SDK blog posted an article on viewing the MSDN documentation offline. In this article, they explain how you can do this if you haven't installed the SDK already. I already installed the SDK so the following instructions are for changing your install to include the offline documentation. ...
  • Blog Post: Windows Developer News... Accessibility tools, Windows SDK Download, Windows Phone 7...

    It's been a slow week as far as announcements are concerned. We have been going through our infamous review process at Microsoft and this period of time is typically pretty slow in the office. In the Windows Developer world, there have been no dramatic releases or updates to software. As such, I'll take...
  • Blog Post: Where did the accessibility tools go?

    Accessibility tools that previously shipped in the Microsoft Accessibility Package (MSAA SDK) now ship along with the Windows SDK . These tools are used to inspect messages used by screen readers to take text from applications and either speak it with text-to-speech or passes it to a Braille device....
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