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  • BCL Team Blog

    Extra! Extra! Generics CLS-compliant in Whidbey! [Peter Drayton]

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    As you may have already heard, the November CTP of Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition was posted for MSDN subscribers earlier this month. CTPs are unsupported, pre-release software - and also a great way to get an early look at what's coming down the...
  • Brian Groth's Life at Microsoft

    Starting a New Project

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    My team and I, plus numerous others not on my team, are starting to build a new version of the demo that we will have running in all of the Microsoft Technology Centers around the world . Our goal is to roughly expand our 16+ server infrastructure (mostly...
  • Sebastien St-Laurent's (AKA Sebby) WebLog

    Vacation Time

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    The holidays are here! And my and my wife are going to see my family in Quebec for a whole week. Should be a fun, cold and exciting week. Havn't seen them in almost two years. So i'm way past due!! I want to wish happy holidays to everybody out there...
  • Sebastien St-Laurent's (AKA Sebby) WebLog

    Review - Visual Studio .NET Tips and Tricks

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    If you recall my post from about one week ago, i had a chance to meet up with Minh T. Nguyen, the author of Visual Studio .NET Tips and Tricks . I had a chance to read his book this week and thought I would share some of my thoughts on the topic. The...
  • Brad Abrams

    Generics CLS compliant in Whidbey

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    I am super excited about the fact that generics will be CLS complaint for Whidbey … With this change generics are now completely first class in Whidbey… It means that the frameworks Microsoft and 3 rd parties produce can full leverage this new feature...
  • oliverlu's WebLog

    乱弹@2004/12/21

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    添加一篇 CSDN 上的文章的链接: 破解中国软件落后印度的魔咒 http://www.csdn.net/news/newstopic/18/18905.shtml 其实大家早就习惯了看到这种消息,反正差距已经越来越大,急也是没有用的,但看到这些数据,还是不禁令人有点震动。国内的氛围,也早就给自己找好了借口:人家印度要靠外包,没有自己的市场;我们不同,我们不需要靠外包,我们自己的市场就很大 …… 只怕到时候,我们自己的市场,都会被别人给包了去。
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    I love Slashdot

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    The comments from my last post are still coming in thick and fast. Thanks to everyone who didn't just swear at me (and if I didn't approve your comment, it was because it had too much profanity in it). First things first: I was wrong about uninstalling...
  • [Profoundly Esoteric Image]

    Another domain model example

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    ChrisM has an example of using our Domain Model Designer on his blog and promises more with our new CTP download .  Looking forward to it Chris.
  • [Profoundly Esoteric Image]

    Another one of the team online

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    Jack Greenfield , an architect in the same group as myself and the other DSL guys has been seduced by the allure of blogging.  He joins the debate with Grady Booch and looks forward to sharing more about our software factories vision .
  • The Old New Thing

    Sometimes people don't like it when you enforce a standard

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    Your average computer user wouldn't recognize a standards document if they were hit in the face with it....
  • Inside Architecture

    On being offered MVP status

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    Back when the MVP program first started, I was a developer at American Express. I was writing code in VB1 and VB2, and the forum was on Compuserve. I answered questions regularly, and earned an MVP award. I kept it up, and remained a VB MVP for three...
  • Inside Architecture

    How to learn Object Oriented Programming

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    Do you understand what encapsulation means, but don't know why in the world you would want to use it? Do you see examples of inheritance in the frameworks and libraries, but have only just dabbled with inheritance in your own code? If you answered yes...
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