Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

A blog of the technical and only sometimes uneventful side of programming in .NET and life within Microsoft

November, 2006

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    Virtual Earth Map Control SDK

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    This software development kit provides programming references and how-to topics for getting started with the map control for Virtual Earth™. You can use this control to build your own Web sites that use Virtual Earth maps. Download from here
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    Windows SDK .NET Framework 3.0 Samples

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    The Windows SDK samples for .NET Framework 3.0 include samples for .NET Framework 2.0, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation, Windows Workflow Foundation, and Cross Technology samples. These samples can be downloaded from...
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    Windows Vista Readiness Hands on Lab

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    Check out this set of Hands on Lab designed to educate developers on known Microsoft Windows Vista application compatibility issues. This process will walk the developer through specifics, focusing on solutions that will enable customers running your...
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    The Microsoft Internet Explorer AddOn Contest Official Rules

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    Write an IE 7 addon and win a cool prize! The " Internet Explorer AddOn " Contest (the "Contest") is a skill contest in which participants are asked to create an extension program (AddOn) for the Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) browser. Entries will...
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    Windows Mobile Webcasts

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    Windows Mobility Webcasts offers you a full range of pre-recorded instructor-led webcasts covering Window Mobile development topics and technologies like Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC/smartphone , Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, the .NET Compact Framework...
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    Windows Mobile Virtual Labs

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    Windows Mobile is more than email. Windows Mobile lets you re-use your existing infrastructure, business logic and desktop code on a mobile device, to innovate and solve new business problems. By leveraging the familiar.NET programming language and Visual...
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    Connections Session

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    Thanks to everyone that attended the Connections session that we did hear yesterday in Las Vegas. In case you couldn’t attend the session materials for: Introduction to .NET 3.0 Welcome to the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0, the new managed code programming...
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    The Floating Toolbar

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    In the category of nice feature… Within Office 2007 the floating toolbar so far is one of my favorite timesavers. How many times have you been typing and need to change the format of some text? Select your text and it appears.
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    .NET Framework 3.0 Released

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    It’s finally released and available! Check out the installation instructions here . Congratulations to the entire team!
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    Check out the pilot program for downloadable hotfixes!

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    The goal of this pilot is to provide you with direct access to the most requested hotfixes that are produced for our developer tools. A hotfix is a single package that includes one or more files that is used to address a very specific customer problem...
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    Code Camp Croatia

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    Congratulations to Croatia for organizing their first Code Camp! For those in the area plan on attending October 16, 2006. For more information check out here .
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    World’s Easiest Windows Communication Foundation Service

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    A great simple screencast by Charles that shows how to build a WCF service. Not sure about everyone but I really like the simple short examples to learn from. Check it out here .
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    Starting a command line browser

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    Question: I have what may sound like a bit odd of a question that I am hoping you may be able to help with or point me in the right direction. There is a console application that is used in part of our application. It has been a fairly long time since...
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