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  • In the Trenches

    PDC05 Fashion

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    I once attended a talk given by Paul Allen in which he described how he would routinely visit with Microsoft's most important customers wearing a t-shirt and some shorts. I remember first coming to Microsoft as an intern and standing in line at the cafeteria...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Microsoft Digital Document Team at PDC 2005

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    Here are the sessions and other activities connected with the Microsoft Digital Document team at PDC 2005: Breakout Sessions DAT304 Unleashing the Power of XPS-Based File Formats for your Application Day/Time: Tuesday, September 13 2:45 PM- 4...
  • Feng Yuan (袁峰)

    Creating XPS Documents from Visual, plus an insider look at an XPS Document

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    In the last article blogs.msdn.com/fyuan/archive/2005/09/11/463708 , we discussed how to generate XPS Documents from Win32 applications using the XPS Document Writer. The procedure is very simple, can you simply print whatever contents you have using...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    What devices am I carrying - September Edition

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    As I've previously said I'm probably not typical of the average Windows Mobile user as I tend to carry a lot of devices simply because customers want to see the breadth of our Windows Mobile device portfolio! Right now I'm carrying: a) (NEW) HTC Typhoon...
  • Windows Installer Team Blog

    Any tips on getting the cancel button working for a deferred custom action?

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    Question Any tips on getting the cancel button working for a deferred custom action ? During our MSI uninstallation (full GUI mode), at the beginning of the uninstallation we call a deferred CA. When this CA is executing, if the user clicks the...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    NerdTV - Podcast from PBS coming soon....

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    Having just got into Podcasts on my mobile device in a big way.. I was intrigued to find that PBS in the US are going to be distributing a series called Nerd TV http://www.pbs.org/cringely/nerdtv/ Their schedule looks pretty interesting and you...
  • Mike Flasko's Blog

    System.Net now registers a default FtpWebRequest implementation

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    Prior to the .NET Framework version 2.0, applications could register a component to handle FTP requests using System.Net’s extensible pluggable protocol framework. Components for handling different web requests are registered by associating the component...
  • Mike Flasko's Blog

    Connection Groups and Connection Limits

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    The goal of this article is to explain how connection limits on service points are interpreted when connection groups are specified. Therefore, instead of repeating what MSDN already explains, I will provide pointers to the relevant MSDN doc sections...
  • Brad Abrams

    PDC Birds of a Feather Posted...

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    One of the things I love most about the PDC is hearing from developers using our platform… and there is nearly no better place to do that than the Bofs… these are all attendee driven and run. I love going to these, sitting in the back and listening. ...
  • In the Trenches

    Come to PRS310

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    In my PDC 2005 talk, PRS310, I'll be discussing ways developers can expose their data sources to the Windows Vista Explorer so they can participate in the full storage user experience: searching, stacking, property viewing and editing, "live icon" thumbnails...
  • Henry Hahn

    MSN Messenger 7.5 - Free Voice Conversations!

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    I just tried MSN Messenger 7.5 . What can I say? Amazing. The Messenger team is cookin'! Seems like everytime I've installed a new version of MSNIM there's been some useful new feature I've found even if it seems insignificant. MSNIM 7.5's new feature...
  • Sue Loh's blog

    Hunt the Wumpus in Atlanta

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    I'm looking to recruit other software folks to help teach software engineering practices as part of our Hunt the Wumpus program. This project is something that Microsoft has already been running in the Seattle area for several years, and I am looking...
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