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  • Rob Caron

    Soma on the Road Ahead

    Now that Visual Studio 2005 is out the door, see this post from Soma to gain some insight on what’s ahead, such as Orcas, post-Orcas, and “Visual Studio Live” What's next for us? Now that the launch of Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server 2005 and...
  • Musings on software development

    Does Team Build support building web deployment projects?

    I had been away on a vacation to Goa last week...had such a great time with the water sports - parasailing, water scootering, boating in paddle boats... The w eather was pleasantly sunny and the beaches were just perfect for lazing around the whole day...
  • Marcelo's WebLog

    Free Visual Studio Express

    I'm sure everyone has blogged about this already, but this is so exciting I can't help myself. I loved the 'discounting [...] to free' bit. Spread the word. Let your loved ones know. Programming is coming to town.
  • Chris Flaat's WebLog

    Sprint 9 complete

    Hi all – Well, we did sprint 9 broken up into two subteams, and it went quite well overall. The tone of the team in the sprint retrospective was generally positive, and the “things that could be improved” were generally focused on the way we were...
  • jfo's coding


    I'm not usually one for namedropping, however when I was in Vegas I met a whole bunch of folks doing really great stuff with .net: Julie Lerman , Charles Petzold , Billy Hollis , and Kathleen Dollard (who happens to have the greatest bear hug this side...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Les apres midi securite de Microsoft : 2 sessions traitant de ISA Server 2004

    Mettez à jour vos favoris et votre lecteur RSS avec mon nouveau blog sur TechNet : LES APRÈS-MIDI SÉCURITÉ DE MICROSOFT -------------------------------------------------------------- Mercredi 23 Novembre...
  • Bug Babble

    Post Mortems

    I won the guess the murderer contest. Shai and I compete to guess who the real murderer is on Law and Order Criminal Intent. Last night we watched Sunday's two hour show. It's a toss up who wins, but one of us always gets it by two thirds of the way through...
  • NETNew WebLog

    Microsoft Platform in Manufacturing - US Managing Director John McGlynn interview in Manufacturing Engineering

    Great perspective from a major new player at Microsoft on how the advantages of the Microsoft platform affect key business challenges in the manufacturing industry, and translate into opportunities for ISV partners who provide industry applications and...
  • Jerome Carron's Weblog

    More Questions from Day 1

    Q1. What's the migration path from to ASP classic? A1. There is a lot of information on this topic on MSDN. The ASP to ASP.Net migration assisstant is designed to help you convert from classic ASP to ASP.Net. The following url consolidates pretty much...
  • marklon

    Debuggers are strange people

    My last post on what to look for in a good programmer attracted some debate which is a good thing. I thought that I would throw out some ideas on things that might be handy in someone who debugs a lot. 1. Procedural thinking. We very often...
  • Ian Moulster's blog

    A new roadtrip audio CD for Vista and Office 12 developers?

    We're at the early planning stages for a new "roadtrip" audio CD (see this link for the current one). I'd appreciate any views on whether this will be useful. Our thinking at the moment is this: - We'll cover Vista (well, WinFX really) and Office 12...
  • PeteL's Blog

    Ready To Rock! Launch Event In Ottawa

    I just heard the Dev track here in Ottawa is so full that people are sitting on the floor! There are so many people who want to see the Dev Track presentations that they are actually having to turn people away at the door now! That's how exciting these...
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