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  • Alex Barnett's blog

    I love the Internet because...

    Her name is Kate : "I love the Internet because it is easy to share knowledge in a personal, compelling, easy-to-understand, multi-media format."
  • One Louder

    MSN Music Road Tour

    What happens when 6 strangers "stop being polite and start being real" (sorry, but it sounds like MTV, does it not?) a number of music festivals? MSN Music Road Tour . Actually, I'm not sure if they stop being polite, but since they were traveling...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    MetaWeblog API for MSN Spaces, beta

    MSN's Dare Obasanjo is inviting beta testers to the implementation of the MetaWeblog API for MSN Spaces : "Yesterday I sent out mail to a few dozen beta testers to let them know that we had started the beta of our implementation of the MetaWeblog...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Mr. Vista

    Reader Ed submitted a late creation for the Ideal Applicant promotion , and I just had to share it all with you ... Mr. Vista . He's a super hero of the geeky kind. :) Microsoft hiring managers and recruiters out there ... I do have an internal site...
  • go ahead, mac my day

    the obligatory advertisement

    participate in usability tests!...
  • Jeff Papiez - SQL Server Test Developer

    Watch the PDC05 Sessions

    Missed the PDC like I did? Well here's your chance to catch up. You can view all the sessions from here: My favorite so far: TLNL09: Tips & Tricks: Productivity Tips for the Visual C# 2005 IDE
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    Steven Kelly's Feedback on DSL Tools

    I just ran across Steven Kelly's feedback on using DSL Tools in the virtual lab . It appears that his biggest issues was: having to restart the lab a few times; and a bug in that version of DSL Tools in which generating code sometimes produces spurious...
  • Monad

    Debugging Monad Scripts, Part 3: Write-Host

    Did your command or script fail and/or report an error? We hope to have a proper script debugger in a future version, but until then, MSH has some handy features to help you figure out what went wrong. In this series of blog entries, I will present some...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Attention.xml, OPML, why not? ** Update

    Nick Bradbury and Steve Gillmore have both picked up on my earlier call to restart the conversation around Attention.xml and OPML . In fact they've gone a step further and proposed RSS could do the job if OPML can't: "Really, the bottom line here is...
  • Brian Goldfarb's Blog

    The Post-Launch Era / great content for upgrading to ASP.NET 2.0

    Well we are now entering the POST LAUNCH era -- how exciting is that? As part of this we've done a few things: 1) We launched the new look and navigation for the ASP.NET Developer Center , as well as new Visual Web Developer page. These changes shoudl...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    AOP and Debuggability

    I'll be giving a short presentation at an upcoming Microsoft workshop on Aspect Oriented Programming on .NET. More information about the workshop is here: I don't know much about AOP, but I do know a thing...
  • .NET Security Blog

    What can an ApplicationTrust tell us about an AppDomain

    In v2.0, there is a new ApplicationTrust property on the AppDomain class . This property will be non-null in two conditions Your application is a ClickOnce application Your code is running in a simple sandbox domain In the ClickOnce case,...
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