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  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    New MSDN Administration System - Effective Oct 3rd

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    Summary As of October 3, 2005, a new system is available for MSDN Volume License customers to manage subscriptions licenses and associated benefits through MVLS and eOpen. This new system replaces the former MSDN registration tools for Volume Licensing...
  • craigrow

    Look to your left?

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    The best part about this post is that some people think I'm not working if I'm not in my office. It was great to see someone recognize that, I work really hard when I go out to get a cup of coffee. I do a lot of my best work when I'm not in my office...
  • jfo's coding

    Creating a Name property on your component

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    Say you're creating a simple component with a property called Name.... namespace WindowsApplication428 { public partial class MyComponent : Component { public MyComponent() { InitializeComponent(); } public MyComponent(IContainer container) { container...
  • MSBuild Team Blog

    Sprint 9 Backlog: Platform Sprint

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    Here are the tasks we selected for the platform sprint. For those who aren't familiar, our platform work is about laying the foundation to enable multi-proc support. Overall roadmap for multi-proc build (critical) By roadmap we mean an outline...
  • MSBuild Team Blog

    Sprint 9 Backlog: Dogfooding Sprint

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    Here are the tasks we selected for the Dogfooding sprint. For those who aren't familiar, our dogfooding work is all about converting all of Visual Studio's source code to build with MSBuild. Provide .targets files for building Managed C++ targets ...
  • MSBuild Team Blog

    Sprint 9 Backlog Selection Overview

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    Today we held our second backlog selection meeting for Sprint 9. We’re running Sprint 9 as two separate sprints, one for internal conversion efforts and a second to lay the groundwork for multi-proc build* support. Since my original blog entry was getting...
  • Nazim Lala

    AppDomain unload and teardown

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    I spent some time playing with Whidbey and noted some AppDomain unload/termination behavior that is not entirely intuitive. These apply to both the full .NET framework as well as .NET Compact Framework 2.0. The documentation resides at http://msdn2...
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Peter Jackson executive producer in Halo movie to be shot entirety in Wellington!

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    This is interesting press release.... *update* Peter Jackson is the Executive Producer not the Director (thanks everyone for the feedback!) ACADEMY AWARD® WINNERS PETER JACKSON AND FRAN WALSH TO EXECUTIVE PRODUCE HALO FOR THE BIG SCREEN FOR SUMMER...
  • The Little Wheel Goes in Back

    No Place Like Home

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    I'm just back from a weekend in the Fort Lauderdale area. We were there to visit my sister-in-law who was having a lavish party to celebrate a milestone birthday. I'd tell you which one but if you're a woman (or know one) you can guess why I won't. In...
  • TexBlog

    I love the smell of hyperbole in the morning

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    Keyboards are wagging in the press over the recent joint announcement between Google and Sun that they'll be working together. The exact terms of the deal were undisclosed, but the meat of the announcement seems to be that the Google toolbar will be bundled...
  • Aaron Marten

    Two new blogs!

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    There are 2 new blogs for you to add to your RSS reader if you're interested in writing addins and packages for Visual Studio: Anthony Cangialosi will be blogging about the Visual Studio SDK. He doesn't have much there yet, but stay tuned. Huizhong...
  • Jeff Lin's Blogs for the Eternal Mindlessness

    Travelin' Shizzles and Tech Fizzles

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    Some of you may be wondering where the heck have I been for the last two weeks? My last post was on... September 14th, is Jeff even alive at this point? To all the MACH people(all 2 of you who actually read my blog) yes I am still alive and kicking. No...
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