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April, 2005

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    New MSDN Forums for VS2005 (by yag)

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    Those of you reading this blog for a while know that I'm very committed to improving our feedback loop here at Microsoft. In that spirit, I just wanted to give a congrats to the team that has just launched our new MSDN forums . Currently in use for VS2005...
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    More bloggy goodness (by yag)

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    The C# team has a number of great blogs , and I've been after the VB team to be blogging more. So, I think I should point out a few of the new blogs starting up. Paul Yuknewicz , VB PM, has a blog where he's discussing the release of VB 2005 Beta...
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    Anonymous Comments Accepted Again (by John Koziol)

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    For a while there, the bog wasn't accepting anonymous comments, that is, you had to register as a user at blogs.msdn.com. This has been changed and you can comment with or without an account.
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    Do we understand words as we use them? - John Koziol

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    (UPDATED) More word issues posted at the bottom. OK, this is not a technical post; it's an observation of the absurd or weird. It may come off sounding like an old George Carlin routine. Today I was in a restroom in a hospital. There was a NO...
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    Congrats to two Fox community sites (by yag)

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    One of the cool things about Visual FoxPro is its community. I just wanted to congratulate two community sites for hitting great milestones: PortalFox just hit its 20,000th user The Universal Thread hit its one millionth message It's great...
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    More information on DDEX (by yag)

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    One of the things that we've worked on for VS 2005 is something we call Data Designer EXtensibility (DDEX). It allows various database providers to hook into VS more cleanly. Jim Glass has a post on the topic on his blog - which was co-written by Milind...
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    Visual Studio Beta 2 hit the streets (by Mairead)

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    In case you have not heard, Visual Studio 2005 Beta 2 hit the streets for you guys/gals to take a look at. It's truely a remarkable release with alot of hardwork put in by all teams across the Developer Division as well as the SQL Server devision. The...
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    Looks Like I'm the Blog Tsar

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    Hey folks, I'll be trying to get fresh content and other goodies from the Team as I can. In the meantime, if you have an idea on what would be a good data or data designer or VFP topic, please feel free to email me at jkoziol@microsoft.com
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    My ISV Buddy has a blog!

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    James Proud, my ISV buddy, has a blog. http://www.jamesproud.com Most of our dialog is over IM. Recently, after the Whidbey Beta2 launch, he and I chatted about Whidbey. Check it out! ;-)
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    .Net from a VFP Perspective Part Something or Other - by John Koziol

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    OK, OK - I apologize. I haven't kept up with this series in a while. There are several reasons, for example I was getting in depth .Net training and actually trying to apply it to UI tests for the Database Explorer in VS 2005. Which is kind of cool, actually...
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