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March, 2005

  • Somasegar's blog

    "Rumors of my (VB6) demise..."

    As Mark Twain once famously said, “Rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated.” I’ve thought this same thing as I’ve read many of the comments in the press and the blogosphere over the past couple of days about the “end” of support for VB6. What...
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    Enterprise Library

    Last week I had the opportunity to meet with a group of MVPs in Hyderabad . I was there to spend a few days with the Microsoft India Development Center folks and took the opportunity to meet with the local community. I really love these meetings because...
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    Unit Testing

    Customer visits are one of the more fun parts of my job. Last week, Scott Wiltamuth and I visited three large enterprise customers to understand how they are using (or not using) our tools and technologies, what works well for them, what doesn’t work...
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    Java language support

    I just noticed that the VJ# Developer Center has been updated recently to show the J# MVP’s. It is exciting to read about the MVPs who are out there helping in the developer community every day. Since I’m on the subject of J#, I wanted to take this opportunity...
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    Virtuous Feedback Loop

    Having a virtuous feedback loop built into a system is absolutely critical for the system to constantly learn, get feedback and improve. Inside Microsoft, we do an employee survey to get feedback from the employees on a variety of different topics both...
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    Live Chat with Eric Rudder on 3/18 about VS2005

    Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 , code named Whidbey, will radically improve developer productivity while continuing to provide full access to the Microsoft .NET Framework. If early feedback from our beta customers is any indication, this will move the dial...
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