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  • James Manning's blog

    checkin policy to disallow certain patterns (for instance, particular extensions)

    A request that's come up a couple of times is to have a checkin policy help guide developers about certain file extensions that they shouldn't check in to version control. While making a policy with "forbidden extensions" is certainly possible, it's basically...
  • Steve Clayton

    My Blog: all change....Mid Market is open for business

    I've been thinking about the nature of my blog for a while and decided it was time for a fresh approach - lots of my colleagues and other folks do a great job of talking about products and technology and partner resources. Here are some great examples...
  • This is my old blog


    Last evening we had a developer focus group, we wanted to know what should we do better for developers in Israel. So we asked for a 3rd party company to interview a randomally chosen group of developers about various topics. It was kind of a dynamic...
  • Rafat Sarosh

    Code snippets - be smart, Type less.

    Get some C# ready made code snippets from here . Learn about snippets here .
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    Backup software for your Windows Mobile 5.0 device

    For a certain time after the release of Windows Mobile 5.0, I have felt one important piece missing in the usability & security story of all those new devices: the ability to back up your system. With WM 5.0, there is no way to make a backup of your...
  • jpelak's blog

    Home at Last

    Well, my fancy new 64-bit laptop completed its odyssey and finally arrived. I was able to get build 5270 of the 64-bit version of Vista up and running in a partition on the hard drive, and will return to digging into WinFx. It should be quite an interesting...
  • East Region Microsoft CRM Blog

    Books for Microsoft CRM 3.0

    So as you guys can guess there are actually a couple of books coming out for Microsoft CRM 3.0. Wiley is publishing Microsoft CRM for Dummies . This book is being written by David Lee and Joel Scott. (I will let you know how this book turns out......
  • MSDN Ireland News

    MSDN Event Update for Ireland and Northern Ireland

    There are loads of events coming up over the next while in Ireland and Northern Ireland, with a lot of new speakers as well. INDA has talks lined up in Dublin and Waterford on .NET debugging and Agile programming. IrishDev have teamed up with the Irish...
  • Chris Johnson

    My hotel fridge in Seoul...

    Just now I was a bit thirsty as i was looking over some material for the Seoul leg of the O12 training I am delivering ... wander to the fridge ... open it up ... and what do i find?: Phoenix Juices A New Zealand organic orange juice in my hotel...
  • UK StudentZine Blog

    Things you should know about C# 2.0

    When developing an application there are often many ways to tackle a problem. The below link is a great introduction to a few concepts that any good C# developer should learn. Not only will they improve your productivity but they will also influence the...
  • Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information from Alfred Thompson

    Is it about the journey or the destination?

    I like to work with wood. I find that building things myself is very satisfying and enjoyable. But I had a professional carpenter working in my bathroom this morning. He was fixing a section of floor that had been ruined by water from a leak. I could...
  • Microsoft RSS Blog

    Part 1: Hello feeds

    Hi, I'm Jane. Everyone I know spends their free time browsing the internet… whether it’s catching up on the news, reading friends’ blog, or looking for that perfect web deal, book, person. But scanning a site to see what you’ve read versus what’s new...
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