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  • Eric Jarvi

    VSTS Tip: Converting from VSS/CQ to TFS version control?

    If you are experimenting with converting from VSS or CQ to TFS I got mail from a contact on the converter team who is interested in contacting you and making sure the toolset meets your needs. Let me know and I can introduce you. Here is some documentation...
  • benwu's WebLog

    New VS feature allows VS to crash!

    One of the newer "features" in Visual Studio 8.0 is the ability for us to collect better information about exceptions that are thrown in VS. When an exception is thrown (and unhandled), VS will generate a Watson report that will send microsoft a minidump...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    PDC05 Day 3

    The news doesn't stop. Day 3 of the PDC continues to be action packed Day Three Announcing: Microsoft Visual Studio Tools For Applications VSTA heralds new era in .NET application customization, enabling ISVs to better meet end user needs. Premium...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    PDC05 - Day 4 BizTalk Futures Musings

    Sitting here watching the Future Directions: Beyond BizTalk Server 2006 session at PDC05 and thought I'd share a few notes. We haven't done a ton of sessions here on BizTalk, and let Windows Workflow Foundation take the spotlight, but don't think for...
  • Jason Sacks's Windows SDK blog

    PDC: Day Three Notes 3:30 pm

    More booth time today. Slower traffic, but the booths are definitely a fun place to work. The mix of people wandering past is terrific. I had a great chat with a guy who writes books on intelligent computing, essentially computing that tries to take human...
  • Leading Trump - Pradeep U.N. & his Blog about Nothing.

    My trip to Heather Hamilton's hideout.... and her intellectual catalysts.

    The last time I wrote anything that started with the words .... "My trip to ..." I was at a single digit age and that sentence would end with the words - Zoo. Fast forward a couple of decades forward and starting a sentence with those words - still brings...
  • Jeff Abraham's WebLog

    Yet another place to check for answers...

    I'm not sure that everyone out there is aware of these, so here's a quick plug for the MSDN forums ( ). For those of you reading this on my VC++ for Devices oriented blog, I typically post to Smart Devices Native C++ Development...
  • Man vs Code

    Cyrus on LINQ driven C# features

    Cyrus has an excellent description of the new C# 3.0 features that were added to make LINQ work. Always an extremely good and proficient blogger, he has been on fire lately. Anonymous Types, Lambda expression, extension methods… there is a lot of...
  • Rico Mariani's Performance Tidbits

    My Second PDC05 Talk

    I was talking about memory management issues -- and diagnosis with simple tools today. I promised to post an entry with the location of the various tools I mentioned and here it is: You can get information on windbg at this location . Vadump has usage...
  • Antimail

    The death of the A-list?

    There are two important events that happened recently in the blogosphere: 1) The launch of - a web site to automatically generate a summary of "what's hot" in the blogosphere, and 2) The widely expected launch of the first...
  • Building Solutions

    PDC 2005 - C# Futures with Anders Hejlsberg - Double Overflow

    Today is the second presentation of the Anders Hejlsberg discussion on C# 3.0. This is a presentation I wanted to attend twice just to take it all in. It's in a smaller room today, but is also being broadcast into two overflow rooms. The coordinators...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Embedded Linux Consortium is Dead

    Interesting news from "The Embedded Linux Consortium (ELC) filed dissolution papers with the state of California yesterday, ending a five year run promoting embedded Linux and developing standards for it. The ELC's primary piece...
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