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  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    What I've learned about IE

    The IE post that I put up yesterday has generated a bit of discussion. Bruce Morgan from the IE team made a comment and emailed me to let me know that IE is indeed not free as one comment noted. My mistake - I'm better educated now. I remember in...
  • Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

    Understanding Code Snippets

    Traditionally, application developers have either maintained their own stashes of code samples or spent time searching the help files to find an example of doing a specific task. Developers were looking to find similar examples of doing something that...
  • Carol Roy's WebLog - Journal web de Carol Roy

    Software Factories

    « Software Factory », c’est un concept qui est décrit en profondeur dans le livre Software Factories: Assembling Applications with Patterns, Models, Frameworks and Tools de Jack Greenfield , Keith Short , Steve Cook et Stuart Kent . Essentiellement...
  • Tom Hollander's blog

    patterns and practices News round-up

    There are quite a few things going on in the world of p&p at the moment, so I thought it would be best to tell you about a bunch of these in one post. The latest on the Enterprise Library June 2005 release Don't give up hope of us getting the...
  • Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)'s WebLog

    Classic ASP page template for VS 2005

    As you might know, VS 2005 does not provide file template for the classic ASP page. You can make one following instructions on MSDN . Or just download the one I made from here . 1. Download and place it in ...\Program Files\Microsoft Visual...
  • deeptanshuv's WebLog

    How to call C++ code from Managed, and vice versa (Interop)

    Interop - calling native (C++) code from managed (C#, VB, J#, MC++) and vice versa - can be very useful if you are trying to extend your libraries without porting existing code. However, it can often be confusing for a newbie to figure out how to set...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Nasty URL-rewriting bug in Community Server - apologies to syndicated readers

    All my posts for the past month have hit a bug in Community Server that strips out the leading "" when I link to other Microsoft blogs. If you read this blog via a syndicated feed (e.g. Bloglines) then those links were broken for...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    Rudy Rucker On Programming: Make Mistakes

    Further into Software Engineering and Computer Games by Rudy Rucker: Very often there is no one 'absolutely right' way to program something. (But there are plenty of things that are absolutely wrong.) For a beginning programmer, the number of choices...
  • k7's blog

    Minard's graph of Napoleon's army size

    Until yesterday, I hadn't heard of Charles Joseph Minard. I ran across his name and his famous graphic in an ad-mail offering a course about "Presenting Data and Information". The graphic really caught my attention and I googled his name (yes, I know...
  • Mikhail Arkhipov (MSFT)'s WebLog

    How many machines is enough? I think, one :-)

    Interesting post . I have seen people keeping around a lot of machines. For me, multiple machines produces too much noise :-(. I personally have been trying to keep a single machine + laptop. Usually at the end of the product cycle (such as now) I...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    Should Microsoft ditch IE?

    James A has written a great article on Firefox and Microsofts attitude to open source . I cant help but respond :-) I agree with James that Firefox has added a bunch of features that IE didn't have at the time (tabbed browsing for one), and yes...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    RSS List Extensions feedback

    Inside Microsoft : " Phil Ringalda didn’t like part of the way Microsoft’s new RSS extension is structured, and suggested a cleaner format. Twenty-one hours later, the RSS team at MS, in their first blog post , suggested making his change pemanent...
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