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October, 2007

  • Somasegar's blog

    Red vs. Blue

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    I have always had a fascination for films. Sometimes, I wonder if my joining the software industry is the film industry’s loss… Occasionally, I do dabble in a little bit of acting and recently I got a chance to do a Red vs. Blue episode that you...
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    Popfly beta

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    I have previously blogged about Popfly and even showed a video on how my daughter Sahana, an avid Facebook user, could personalize her Web experience with Popfly and Silverlight without writing any code. Popfly is the first of a new generation of...
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    F# - A Functional Programming Language

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    One of the important themes in programming languages over recent years has been a move to embrace ideas from functional programming . Language features such as lambda expressions in C# and generics in .NET 2.0 have roots in functional languages, and...
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    VS 2008 - Integrated SQL Express publishing for web developers

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    Since 2005, SQL Server Express has shipped with both Visual Studio and Visual Web Developer Express. SQL Server Express enables rapid development of web applications by providing an integrated database that is very easy to use. One of the challenges...
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    VC++ Performance Improvements in VS 2008

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    A couple of weeks a go I blogged about the performance improvements in Visual Studio 2008. In response to that, several of you asked me for more information on how these types of enhancements had been incorporated into Visual C++. Though the...
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    Code Analysis Features in VS 2008

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    In Visual Studio 2005, we integrated a couple of internal static analysis tools - FxCop and PREfast into the product under the names Managed Code Analysis and C/C++ Code Analysis . This helped customers write secure and quality code for managed and native...
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    .NET FX Libraries Source Code

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    One of the longstanding requests we frequently hear from our customers is to have the ability to download and browse through the .NET Framework Libraries to help them debug projects. We have listened to that feedback and today I am happy to announce...
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