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  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Samsung i300 pricing revealed

    The folks over at Engadget have discovered the pricing for the amazing Samsung i300 device which is expected to hit the UK Market very shortly....
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    PDC - Lucky developers get offer of JasJar for $149

    At the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in Los Angeles yesterday Jim Alchin announced a great offer where developers could get an iMate JasJar for $149! It would also be worth the flight over considering the JasJar retails at Expansys...
  • Junfeng Zhang's Musing

    Getting the full display name of an assembly given the path to the manifest file

    Given a path to an assembly manifest file, how do we get its full display name, including ProcessorArchitecture? From my previous discussion , we know there is no managed way to achieve this. We have to use an unmanaged solution. From the discussion...
  • Dave Treadwell's Blog


    It is the 2005 PDC, and what better time to (finally) get started on my own blog. I'll keep this first entry quick, since tomorrow morning Eric Rudder and I are going to be presenting our keynote and the main things I want to talk about are in that presentation...
  • Jensen Harris: An Office User Interface Blog

    My Schedule at PDC

    I had a blast presenting today at PDC. Thanks so much for all you I met in person for the kind words and feedback! I'm very much enjoying the glut of blog entries and press articles about the announcment of new UI. As expected, there are many opinions...
  • .NET Security Blog

    PDC '05: Quote of the Day

    The day's winding down now, and I'm getting ready to head to Keith's BoF's Writing Secure Code and Writing Partially Trusted Code. Before taking off, here's the quote of the day from PDC: "The two things that are helping .NET really take off are the...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    So what's the deal with this whole C# 3.0 / Linq thingy?

    I've been mulling over the best way to talk about the new C# 3.0 stuff we've been working on. I presented the post on how you could use the new C# 3.0 features to go beyond the basic query functionality we've been targetting it at. The was to help give...
  • Write Ahead Blog

    Activating queue reader processes on demand (Part 2)

    Following up on my article titled " Activating queue reader processes on demand ", we are launching the External Activator sample. This sample demonstrates how you can build scalable Service Broker applications as executable processes that may be started...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    Canadian Meet-Up @ PDC

    To clarify - breakfast @ the convention centre in the meal hall. We will find a table and put up the flag...
  • IEBlog

    Hello from LA!

    I’m here at the Microsoft Professional Developer Conference 2005 in Los Angeles, and I just finished giving my presentation entitled "What’s New in IE7?" to a pretty full house (for a late afternoon session). I’m still pretty pumped up from my talk, but...
  • Jochen Seemann's Blog

    Busy summer

    I arrived in Los Angeles last night to attend the PDC 05. I just noticed that last three months were incredibly busy for the DSL team and I didn't even write a single blog entry. We were all focused on completing the planning for our DSL Tools "Version...
  • Brad Abrams

    Our first look at the Framework Design Guidelines book...

    Here is a very cheese picture of Krys and I as we see for the first time real copies of the Framework Design Guidelines book at the PDC book store…
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