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  • James Manning's blog

    useless benchmarking

    This is admittedly, for the most part, useless, but over a lunch last week I had mentioned writing this out of curiosity and there was a request to post it. As with all benchmarks, if you actually take any numbers this produces as gospel on how to code...
  • Glen's old blog

    Atlanta .NET Pub Club following MSDN Event

    First, come to the Atlanta MSDN Event at Phipps Plaza AMC theater. Local expert Michael Earls with Magenic will be helping me out by presenting for part of the event - don't miss it! Then, we’ll he holding another meeting of the .NET Pub Club so stick...
  • Robert Burke's MSDN Weblog

    DirectX 9.0 February 2005 SDK Update

    Just in time for Valentine's Day (as they put it), the DirectX team is giving us a little love with the DirectX 9.0 February 2005 SDK Update . The list of updates and improvements to the SDK, included at the link, are far too numerous for me to enumerate...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    The Third Eye of UI Design

    A new blog by the CTO of Eyetools . A couple of interesting posts there already, this one describing the dynamics of UI design . Old Page Design New Page Design Eyetools Heatmaps™ showing group viewing trends on each web page ( Eyetools Heatmap Legend...
  • One Louder

    Apprentice Episode 4: What Happens if we Fire Them All?

    OK, this recap is tough for me because I really dislike almost all of them at this point and I hated this episode. I need to keep reminding myself that the producers are pushing my buttons. But this one was bad...the people that already bugged me, bugged...
  • Powertoys WebLog

    Codehound - Developer Search Engine with VS Add-In

    Via jtobler "Another great source-code finding search engine is Codehound . For DotNetters, Codehound also offers a nifty free code-finding VisualStudio.NET Add-in." Check it out @ The addin simply lets you search for the selected...
  • Glen's old blog

    Code Camps are coming, and they're intense, not in tents

    Sorry about the groaner of a title, but I just wanted to let folks in the Southeast know about these great Code Camps, put on by the developer community itself. You’ll see great local and industry speakers, as well as a few Microsoft folks. There will...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Win $25,000 - Windows Mobile Application Contest.

    Win $25,000 and Application Distribution. Enter Your Best Applications in the Windows Mobile™ Application Contest Today. Start building “work” and “play” applications for Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs or Smartphones, and enter them into the Windows...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Halo Movie

    The Seattle Times have posted an article that hints at a Halo Movie being made (had to happen, right?). ok, so place your bets for who’s going to be playing which role… – Mike
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    Looking For A Few ISV Champions To Join My Team

    I have 2 open roles on my team - both are ISV focused. Below are the links to the job descriptions. “The ISV DE role is a technical one, with the mission of driving ISV adoption of the Microsoft platform. The concept of high-touch technical enablement...
  • Visual Studio Graphics Debugging

    Using the new Visual Studio Team System Profiler in the IDE - Part 2: Configure settings for a profiling run

    Welcome back to my walkthrough of how to use the new profiler in Visual Studio Team System 2005 . If you are unfamiliar with the new profiler, check out the first part of my walkthrough to get some basic info about the profiler. In the last section of...
  • View from Above

    extern "C" and overloading

    C++ will mangle every function assuming its potential to be overloaded. so how would you make sure your overloaded functions (where all except one of the overloaded functions act as wrappers to one core function ) work with C? Example: Assume foo(char...
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