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  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    What Happened to Whitehorse?

    Whitehorse was the not-so-internal code name for set of designers that are part of Visual Studio 2005 Team System . For those of you that have installed the Beta 1, you've probably seen the Distributed System Designers and the Class Designer. Well, there...
  • Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog

    Open source and quality

    A recent SD Times column by Allen Holub questions the quality and customer focus of Tomcat specifically and open source projects in general. The picture painted there is pretty bleak: Spotty documentation Condescending attitude toward non-expert users...
  • Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

    Having problems with RemoteAdmin?

    In CE 5.0, we created RemoteAdmin tool to help make creating configuration web pages for headless CE devices easier for developers to create. Based on the customers I've worked with so far, this is not the easy process we hoped for. I think most problems...
  • Andrew Coates ::: MSFT

    Another great week of webcasts

    Not great times for Aussies (although they will be recorded), but this series seems like it's well worth a look. Tune in to .NET Unwrapped , the webcast series focused on real-world developer solutions for the financial services industry. Hear from the...
  • tjlau's WebLog

    Envision 2005

    This week we have about 2000 of our field up here in Redmond to get an update on all of our latest information from the product groups. Last year I had to manage the management group's participation and this year thankfully I just had to help with Kirill...
  • simon.says

    Interoperability Month Webcasts

    Today saw the kick-off of the first web cast for "Interoperability Month", a month long series of web casts on Interoperability. I started the series with a 300 level talk on Web Services Interoperability. Overall, the session seemed to go well - attendance...
  • jaredpar's WebLog

    Georgia Tech Career Fair

    As a recent graduate of Georgia Tech, I will be attending the Career fair that is taking place on February 2nd. So if you are a tech student and at the career fair please drop by, say hi and drop off a resume. In another Georgia Tech related note: I was...
  • simon.says

    Connected Applications using System.Net in VS 2005

    MSDN TV hosts a great video to show how to write better connected applications using the System.Net libraries in VS.NET 2005. Definitely worth a look - especially to see new event handlers for network connectivity (essential for disconnected Smart Clients...
  • David Kline

    Determining the IP address of your device

    Device's do not typically register a name with the network. This means you cannot just use a name to connect to or ping the device. Back in July 2004, I posted a snippet that shows all of the IP addresses (IPv4 and IPv6) that equate to "localhost". Today...
  • TS Tidbits

    Coming soon: Microsoft Management Summit 2005

    Date: April 18th — 22nd, 2005 Location: Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, NV Please attend the 2005 Microsoft Management Summit (MMS 2005) to explore the latest windows management solutions, exchange tips and tricks with your peers and experience...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog


    I saw this post which shows some VFP code to permute a string. For example, there are 6 permutations of “abc”: abc, acb, bac, bca, cab, cba There are n! permutations of a string of length n. I dug up some old code that did the same thing in fewer lines...
  • Under The Hood - Matt Pietrek

    File Handle Hell

    Raymond Chen has an interesting post about a program that tried to open a file, got back an error code, and used the error code as a file handle. In this particular scenario everything worked, but completely by accident. Reading it, I remembered back...
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