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  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Want to learn VS2005? Here is a list of resources

    A week or so ago Nigel posted a long list of learning resources on his blog. Now we've put all these resources together and hosted them on the MSDN New Zealand website. The list can be found at http://www.microsoft.co.nz/LearnVS2005
  • John's Blog

    Windows Mobile 5.0 and Pocket PC menus

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    Q. What does eating in an restaurant in Italy have in common with writing an application for Windows Mobile 5.0? A. Confusion over menus. Well, perhaps this problem is unique to me, but every time I start writing native application for Windows...
  • Sandeep Prabhakar's WebLog

    Hello World!

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    True to my geeky background, I'll meet the world using the cliche'd phrase... To introduce myself, I'm a software developer working on the .NET Compact Framework team (usually called the NETCF team in short). I've been on the team for 2 years and its...
  • Inside Architecture

    Whose name is in the namespace?

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    Namespaces provide a mechanism for grouping code in a heirarchical tree, but there is precious little discussion about the taxonomy that designers and architects should use when creating namespaces. This post is my attempt to describe a good starting place for namespace standards....
  • Riding Herd

    PDC session list now in XLS and RSS formats

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    Sometimes it's the little things that make a difference...by popular request, the current list of PDC sessions is now available as an Excel spreadsheet , or as RSS^H^H^H Web Feeds ;). Any changes we make to session titles, speakers, timeslots, etc (and...
  • Getting the word out!

    Plumtree purchased by BEA

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    How do entprise portal vendors keep innovating? Plumtree was one of the very few portal providers that managed to survive long after the initial portal hype ended. I think they barely survived the market because it is tough for portal vendors to innovate...
  • Adam Nathan's Old Blog

    From the CD Scrapheap

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    In the corner of my office, I've got a bunch of CDs: Rather than throwing away CDs that have outlived their usefulness, I started decorating with them. I know, it's a stretch to call a pile of CDs a "decoration," but they give a nice glow to the...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    XBox 360 Pricing announced

    Last week Microsoft announced XBox 360 pricing . You may have already heard this, but I only just heard it so I thought I'd write it up while I'm thinking of it. The long and the short of it is that the base unit will sell for US$299 and the premium...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Inheritance levels

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    The program below generates code to demonstrate 1000 levels of inheritance of VFP objects. The code looks like this: DEFINE CLASS c1 as c2 ENDDEFINE DEFINE CLASS c2 as c3 ENDDEFINE DEFINE CLASS c3 as c4 ENDDEFINE That...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Microsoft Internz Music Video 2005

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    "Five Microsoft interns decided to "celebrate" the end of their time at the software giant by making a wonderfully dorky music video ." Thanks for the tip, Brant! gretchen < Edit 5 minutes after posting: It must be Intern Day. The Channel9...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    New Whitepaper on Building BizTalk Adapters

    In case you didn't see it, we just recently published a good paper on building your own BizTalk adapters. The paper on MSDN, Writing Effective BizTalk Server Adapters , is a fairly thorough look at all the things you'll need to consider when building...
  • David Aiken

    ook?

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    Hello blogworld! This is the customary hello world message. I am a Architect Evangelist with Microsoft and my mission (at least for now) is to make the world a better place by making every application be more manageable, so we can enjoy our weekends...
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