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  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    What I've learned about IE

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    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

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    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

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    « 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

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    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

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    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 ASPPage.zip and place it in ...\Program Files\Microsoft Visual...
  • deeptanshuv's WebLog

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

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    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

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    All my posts for the past month have hit a bug in Community Server that strips out the leading "http://blogs.msdn.com" 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

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    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

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    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 :-)

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    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?

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    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

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    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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