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  • Blog Post: CannonPI teaser video

    There is a new video up on youtube that is the beginning of many more videos.  You should check it out and look for for more coming soon. Also, see if you recognize any of the people in this, feel free to post here who you think they are.
  • Blog Post: Feedback and Microsoft

    There are a lot of different ways that feedback can get to Microsoft and a lot of different ways that it can be handled.  For suggestions for making our products better, one of the best methods is to use Microsoft Connect . One of the things that aren’t know as well is that when our developers look...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Tip: Letting Microsoft know about your problems/requests

    Not sure if everyone knows of the various options that there are for communicating with Microsoft so I wanted to let you know about some of them here. Bugs or problems You can log these on the various forums that we have, the forums are found here .  Also, if it is a bug, you can enter it on our...
  • Blog Post: The PDC this year…

    Not sure how many people are planning on attending the PDC (Professional Developers Conference) this year, but it is going to be a fantastic conference. We announced some huge announcements on the PDC web site.  http://www.microsoftpdc.com/ We have a major lineup of executive keynote speakers representing...
  • Blog Post: .NET 3.5 SP1 Source released

    If you remember my previous blog about Debugging .NET Framework Source Code , well we have now updated the source to include 3.5 SP1.  You can check out the announcement here . With this, we are releasing the source to the following files: mscorlib.dll system.dll system.data.dll system.drawing.dll...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1

    The next service pack is finally available.  If you are using .NET 3.5, or want to use any of the new features that we have been talking about being added in this service pack, I’d strongly recommend you upgrade to this.  You can download it here . So what are the new features in this, well...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 Web Server Here shell extension

    This has to be one of the coolest shell extensions that I have seen yet.  It is right up there with the Command Prompt Here one. This adds a addition to the right-click menu for a folder for “ASP.NET Web Server Here”. All the information, including the files are located here .  The original...
  • Blog Post: Hotfixes on Code Gallery

    As first reported by Soma , we are now going to use the MSDN Code Gallery to make hotfixes available.  In the past, you could get some from the Connect site but it was hard to discover the fixes.  So now all Visual Studio and .NET product updates are going to be available in one place, on Code...
  • Blog Post: What Future Update are you looking forward to most?

    There are so many updates coming in the near future, I'd love to hear which one you are most excited about. I'll give a brief list here, but feel free to include other things also if you are so inclined. ASP.NET Dynamic Data ASP.NET MVC ASP.NET AJAX ADO.NET Data Services Silverlight 2...
  • Blog Post: Documentation, and Where to Find It

    There are a lot of places to look for Microsoft documentation currently online.  Depending on the area that you are focused in, you may have to visit any of a number of sites to get the information that you require. One of the best places to start is with the ASP.NET Wiki .  This site was designed...
  • Blog Post: Cannot create/shadow copy 'File Name' when that file already exists

    The two common errors are Cannot create/shadow copy 'File Name' when that file already exists. Usually get this message usually when in a debug/edit/debug cycle after successfully building a C# solution and pressing F5 to debug it. Exception Details: System.IO.FileLoadException: Cannot create/shadow...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Tips: Expression Web vs Visual Studio

    So there are now two different editors that are out from Microsoft.  There is Visual Studio which has been around for a long time and now a new tool called Expression Web .  So which should you use? Well it all comes down to what you are going to be doing. Expression If you are creating a lot...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET, Visual Studio and Vista

    I know that Vista has been out for a while, but just in case people are looking for information on how to use ASP.NET 1.1, Visual Studio 2005, or Visual Studio 2003 on Vista, here are some very helpful links. Using Visual Studio 2005 on Vista for web development How to Enable ASP.NET 1.1 on IIS7 Visual...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework SP1 Beta

    Just in case anyone hasn't heard yet, we have released a beta of Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1.  This was announced by Soma here . There are many new things coming in this Service Pack that Soma goes into describing.  They include: Various fixes to issues found...
  • Blog Post: Useful Debugging tools from CodePlex

    So I was looking around CodePlex the other day and I came across some really useful tools up there that I thought I would share.  Not all of these will apply to everyone, but they can be really useful things and I would recommend you to check them out and see if they apply to what you are creating...
  • Blog Post: Debugging .NET Framework Source Code

    I am not sure how many people are familiar with the .NET Reference Source project, but if you do a lot of debugging of .NET code, chances are that you have had a situation where you wanted to be able to step into the .NET Source from within Visual Studio. Well, thanks to this project.  This is now...
  • Blog Post: Code Gallery and CodePlex, how are they different and what are their benefits?

    So lately I have been looking into these two web sites a lot more and it isn’t always easy to figure out which one is used for what.  So I thought I would try to explain it here. Code Gallery is a community-enabled Web site where you can share developer information and resources like samples and...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Designer not Respecting Assembly Binding Redirection

    So we recently came across an issue where Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 Designers were not respecting assembly binding redirection. Scenario We have a file which is now version 2 and stored in the GAC .  So the assembly version is 2.0.0.0.  We have some existing customers using version 1 so we...
  • Blog Post: How to handle form events after adding a master page to an existing page

    Here is a question that was asked on my posting trying to invite questions, Got a question- Get an answer here . Question Something that would be handy straight from the team is how to handle ASP.NET (2 and later) form events when a Master page is added after the fact. Say for example a contact page...
  • Blog Post: Debugging videos anyone?

    I am considering creating some videos showing some debugging tips.  My original idea is to create short videos that just some doing some specific things.  So not full debug sessions, but rather specific parts.  So that when you are debugging, you can use these videos to help you troubleshoot...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Tips: Finding the layout of functions and structs for pinvoke

    So when you start working with .NET a lot, you will find out quickly that there are some things that you just can't do in .NET and you will need to drop back down to the Win32 API to do something.  When you need to do that, you pinvoke the function that you need to call, setting up the various parameters...
  • Blog Post: DreamSpark - VS for college students for free

    Are you a student at a college?  Do you like to program and wish you could use all the cool Visual Studio software that you hear about?  Well if so, today is your lucky day.  Microsoft has started giving away all the tools you need to create really cool and creative software to college...
  • Blog Post: Having problems with Visual Studio or .NET?

    If you are having issues with Visual Studio or the .NET Framework, but you don't want to create a case with Microsoft Support, there is another option for you. So first, if you are having a critical issue or need the issue looked at quickly to get to a resolution, Support is always the best avenue. ...
  • Blog Post: MSDN Code Gallery

    Samples are always useful and we can never have enough samples.  So in this regard, we now have a new site that is dedicated to code samples, snippets, and other bits of code.  As Soma announced on his blog, MSDN Code Gallery - snippets, samples and resources . You can find these things at...
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