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  • Ozzie Rules Blogging

    eXtreme .NET event

    MSDN Connection and dotNET solutions are bringing Dr. Neil Roodyn, leading .NET and XP mentor and author of eXtreme .NET, to a training venue near you. We are touring throughout Australia and New Zealand during October and November with an updated one...
  • Lester's WPF\Silverlight Blog

    Experience the power of XAML :)


    So the PDC is over and from what I see and hear .... Its been a smashing HIT!!! Hip Hip Hooray!!

    One really good resource to get your hands dirty with Windows Presentation Foundation is the guided Tour by Tim Sneath. ....

  • Alex Barnett's blog

    IE7, Vista and the RSS platform (podcast)

    John Udell : " Yesterday I bumped into Amar Gandhi, a program manager on the IE7 team who is working on what Microsoft has been calling the "RSS platform" in Vista, but which I'd simply call a new system service. We found a quiet room and I...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Tracking Rita

    I've always wanted to know how to track the current & predicted position of Rita . Now the folks from viavirtualearth have come to my aid: Hurricane Rita Thursday, Sep 22, 2005 @ 04:56:00 UTC We've just launched an application for tracking the...
  • In the Trenches

    ML is ALSO Love

    ( Don Box wrote an article in this month's MSDN Magazine called " Scheme Is Love " in which he did a brief whirlwind tour of the Scheme programming language.) Back when gas was only $3 a gallon, if you wanted a programming language with anonymous types...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    eXtreme Programming Techniques for .NET Developers

    Dr Neil will be back in Australia soon (for those you who are curious check out where Dr Neil is ), to deliver his popular eXtreme Programming Techniques for .NET Developers, in conjunction with the good folks from dotNET Solutions . MSDN Connection...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Jakob Nielsen interview

    IT Conversations has uploaded a 17 min (mp3) interview with usability guru Jakob Nielsen .
  • Manish Agarwal

    How to running multiple tests in team build?

    In beta3 you have better control on the way tests are executed. Some common scenarios are:- To run tests of different categories :- You need to modify tfsbuild.proj file to introduce additional test category. For example if your metadata...
  • Michael Rys

    The innards of our XQuery implementation

    Our VLDB 2005 paper on the innards of our XQuery implementation is now available online . Shankar gave the presentation in Trondheim. As the previous conference papers, this paper gives an in-depth look into how we implement our XML and XQuery support...
  • Michael Rys

    The PDC F5 Network Interview is now online

    The friendly folks of the F5 Networks Dev Central team interviewed me at PDC 2005. The 5 minute interview is now online (please accept my apologies for the rambling, but I seem to be recovering from the attendee party :-)).
  • Tim Sneath

    Loose XAML is Back!

    One of the most exciting features that we slipped back into Windows Presentation Foundation ("Avalon") with the PDC release is Loose XAML. Loose XAML was cut back in March of this year, and its loss was greatly lamented (well, I'm exaggerating a bit,...
  • Nigel Parker's Outside Line

    Did I mention that I love my MSN Space?

    Did I mention that I love my MSN Space? ... check it out if you're interested in what my desk in the office looks like! I blog here from my Windows Mobile Phone... also I tend to be a little more informal on...
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