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  • Daniel Lehenbauer's Blog

    Rotating the Camera with the Mouse

    Possibly the most common 3D UI paradigm is to rotate an object with the mouse in order to view it from all angles. This is illustrated by the images of the tiger model below: Figure 1a Tiger model in its original configuration...
  • Neal's Blog

    Enumerated Types

    I had an interesting discussion earlier regarding enums and how they work in .NET, and since I haven't I blogged in a while, I thought I'd post some thoughts. Conceptually, an enumerated type is a type that has a set of values that can be (surprise...
  • Dave Glover "Down Under (Oz)"

    Cool Regular Expressions Resources

    Ok I accept I might be the be the only one on the planet that struggles with Regular Expression syntax!! But on the off chance that I'm not the only one and like me you end up trying random regex patterns in the vain hope that something might work...
  • GerardoDada

    Attention Web Developers and Designers

    Microsoft is organizing a new event called MIX 06 in Las Vegas on March 20-22nd, 2006. A lot of things are going on the web including new business models, new technologies and a logical evolution that people are calling Web 2.0. If you work on this space...
  • Dave Glover "Down Under (Oz)"

    The Visual Studio Team System Blog is Reignited

    If you get a chance then check out the Team System Blog. If and you are running the Released version of Visual Studio and want to test out the Team Foundation Server (available for download off MSDN Subscriptions...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    DPI-aware NetCF v1 apps

    .NetCF 2.0 has great support for hi-dpi devices, but v1 does not have anything built in. Luckily, it's not that hard to add hi-dpi support to Forms-based apps. Just add a call to DpiHelper.AdjustAllControls(this); to the end of your form's constructor...
  • Life as a Developer

    Mentoring, Meetings, and Merrymaking

    More work on the project. I finally figured out how to get the master page for the website working on my test server, and am in the process of getting the first page of the wizard hooked up. When I started this, I was worried that it’d be a boring...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Visual Studio 6.0 removed from MSDN download on 16/12/2005

    I got an urgent email overnight about some changes to MSDN. More details on Seth Adam's Blog Please note that Visual Studio 6.0, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0, and all other products containing MSJVM will be withdrawn from availability on MSDN Subscriber...
  • Jon Cole

    Debugging a memory leak in managed code: Ping - SendAsync

    Included in version 2.0 of the .NET framework is a Ping class (System.Net.NetworkInformation namespace) that can be used to monitor the up/down status of a network connection to a server. We recently realized that we had a minor bug in the class that...
  • Microsoft Excel 2010

    PivotTables V: Context menus

    Today I wanted to talk about PivotTable context menus, for two reasons … first, because we have updated them to make them more useful, and second, because we have added some neat new features that are exposed primarily in context menus. All of this is...
  • The Healthcare IT Blog

    HL7 Software Factories Podcast

    57 minutes and 31 seconds of HL7 Software Factories goodness are now posted on the Channel 9 ArcTalk channel. Jack Greenfield and Mauro Regio talk about the concept in general and the implementation for HL7. Direct link: HL7 Software Factories...
  • IPsec and Domain Isolation

    Everything You Always Wanted To Know About The Soft SA, But…

    ====================== DISCLAIMER ==================== This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. ==================================================== What Is a “Soft” SA? A soft SA is one in which the Negotiate...
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