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Design Guidelines, Managed code and the .NET Framework

April, 2004

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    Got a feature request or comment? we are listening

    I just got a mail sent the entire Developer Division team listing this site as a great place to look for feedback and feature requests… Philip tells you all about it … so if you installed the Whidbey Community Drop let us know what you think...
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    Get your WER logs...

    WER is Windows Error Reporting… it is what we internally affectionately call “Watson”. You know that cool little dialog that comes up when an app crashes that asks you to send the report to Microsoft. Well, as an ISV, you can actually...
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    Mutable reference types should not be read-only fields

    On the internal FxCop support alias someone asked about the background on the rule that mutable reference types should not be read-only fields… One of the more astute members of the alias was able to quote chapter and verse of the Design Guidelines...
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    My first old college buddy to find my blog

    An old college friend of mine found my blog recently and was even full of “tips” for me as well... thanks Jason, some things never change! I found a way to fix this that typo…;-) That is right folks, Jason and I both went to North...
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    TOC for the SLAR

    A while back someone asked about getting the Table of Contents for my .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference Vol 1 book. Well, I finally got it posted. As always love to hear your feedback.
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    Unix style mount points...

    One of the devs on the BCL team created this cool little sample while investigation a Whidbey bug and I thought I’d share it with you… C:\code >mount a: c:\MountPoint Managed Unix-style mount program Mounting volume a:\ at c...
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