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  • Carol Roy's WebLog - Journal web de Carol Roy

    Je suis MCA!

    Je suis définitivement toujours trop lent à écrire mes blogs. Guy m'a volé le "punch" :-) J'ai quelques points intéressants à partager avec ceux qui pourraient être intéressés par le processus. Bon, avant de commencer, pour ceux qui ne savent pas...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Christmas blog decorations!

    It's the Christmas season, we've decorated our house, and I figured I'd decorate my blog too! It's times like that I wish I knew more about HTML, CSS, and how Community Server allows formatting. Then I could have really have some fun with this. As is...
  • Chad's blog

    Team Foundation now supports 2000 users

    For those of us who are excited about the upcoming release of Foundation Server for Visual Studio Team System, and were a bit worried about the '500 person' limitation, we have great news. Foundation Server now officially supports up to 2000 users. That...
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    Tricks and tips

    IsHitTestVisible – want to draw something on the screen, but have the mouse input pass right through that drawing? Then set IsHitTestVisible=”false” on it. Disabling default styling -- Controls actually have two styles for looking up its values - the...
  • Tim Mallalieu's Blog.

    The breaking point of language usability

    Along the lines of simplicity and approachability there is an interesting thread on " Lambda the ultimate " rgarding the introduction of generics to the Java language. Following is the original posting: The indefatigable Bruce Eckel is learning all about...
  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    attention all over-achievers, all over-achievers to the front desk please...

    Its amazing howmany of us are over-achievers. I used to think that it was the school I went to, or the two ginormous companies that I’ve worked for, or just the people I hung around, who were just uber-competitive. I have friends who’re not satisfied...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    16 more blog posts to break the 1,000 mark.

    Just checked my blog stats, since starting blogging way back in Feb 2004 I've blogged 984 'things' - this gives me 16 more posts to break the 1,000 mark - actually 15 if you count this one... so, let's see if I can come up with 15 interesting things to...
  • Roberdan

    Office 12 first impressions on PC World

    Our hands-on look at latest beta of the most significant revision in a decade for venerable office suite. Michael S. Lasky, special to PC World Tuesday, December 06, 2005 When Microsoft says the next version of Office is its most important...
  • Roberdan

    Gartner recommends enterprises to look at Microsoft's file format proposals

    Tom Sanders in California, 05 Dec 2005 Gartner recommends that enterprises looking into the Open Document Format (ODF) should delay any decision until they have studied Microsoft 's rival Open XML format. Enterprises seeking...
  • Bit-cycling

    Chris Pratley on Program Management

    An oldie but a goodie: The best bits (in one paragraph, but split out for emphasis - bold is mine): [...] one way to describe PMs is that they not only "pick up and run with the...
  • Roberdan

    RSS & Sharepoint (thx to RobMonti)

    Feed RSS Feed RSS Really Simple Syndication (RSS) è la tecnologia più semplice e comoda per ricevere sul proprio computer informazioni di interesse. Questa pagina introduce all’utilizzo dei feed RSS, e alle modalit�� per sfruttarne al meglio le potenzialità...
  • Brad Abrams

    Framework Design Guidelines: The right number of exceptions

    A reader asks me about a salutation where they are catching a SoapException and wrapping it with their own API specific exception type. I think this is a fairly common scenario so I wanted to start a dialog about it here. Part of this is covered...
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