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September, 2005

  • Somasegar's blog

    Visual Studio 2005 Release Candidate

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    Earlier today, we reached another very significant milestone for Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0. At the Professional Developer’s Conference in Los Angeles , we made the first Release Candidate of Visual Studio 2005 available to attendees...
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    Leadership attributes

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    As part of Leadership Development efforts at Microsoft, I get an opportunity to chat with people about my leadership philosophy. Here are a couple of nuggets of information that I wanted to share broadly with you all. Sometimes we use the word leadership...
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    Language Integrated Query (LINQ)

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    Historically and industry-wide, programming and data have been two different islands. The development of data-enabled applications has presented developers with multiple challenges in the past decade. Developers have been asked to master multiple languages...
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    Microsoft Expression

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    Today we are announcing a new set of products under a new brand called Microsoft Expression. Microsoft Expression is a suite of tools targeted at creative professionals including Web designers, UI designers and graphic artists. At PDC 2005 , we will demo...
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    Your questions about VS 2005 RC

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    When I posted my blog about us reaching the Visual Studio 2005 RC milestone, I got a number of questions from people on a variety of different issues. Chris Dias, who runs the project management for Visual Studio 2005, recently posted a blog summarizing...
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    World-ready Visual Studio

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    Recently, I got asked by a number of people about what we do to enable our products to be world-ready. We had two areas of focus for globalization and localization support in Visual Studio 2005. The first area is what I refer to as “worldwide enabling...
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    .NET Framework and world-wide applications

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    Along the same lines as my previous blog posting, I thought I will focus on the features that we have added to the .NET Framework to support international applications. Here is a few that are top of mind for me on this: Custom Cultures : Many organizations...
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    Enterprise Library and .NET Framework 2.0

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    The Enterprise Library is a library of modifiable source code application blocks that our PAG team (Prescriptive Architecture Guidance) put out earlier this year. I have been pleasantly surprised at the uptake (or should I say download) of these application...
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