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  • Windows CE Networking Team WebLog

    What the heck is svsutil.hxx?

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    If you've ever searched through the public sample code of Windows CE, you may have noticed the headerfile svsutil.hxx being included and weird "SVSBlahBlahBlah" classes and functions being called. SVSUtil.hxx is a set of common programming utilities that...
  • Andrew Ma's WebLog

    MSN Shopping Team Blog

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    MSN Shopping's got our own team blog. There's a lot of exciting things happening for our next major launch. I've not been quite sure on what I can and can't say, so for more information, the team blog's probably the best place to look. http://blogs...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Clarifications for MacDork

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    [Please read my Disclaimer ] Dear MacDork, You recently blogged about Visual Studio 2005 quoting an article by Paul Krill about how the VS 2005 release date was going to be next year (hence the Visual Studio 200X name of your entry) and about the...
  • Rick LaPlante's WebLog

    new Team System blogger

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    Jeff Beehler, who manages all releases of the Team System just started a blog. In terms of people "in the know" of how we use, built, and decide when to release CTPs, Beta drops, and RTM bits, Jeff is the guy to listen to and ask questions of. He used...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Find podcasts on podfeed.net

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    podfeed.net is an up-and-coming directory listing for podcasts. There are some great podcasts on podfeed including " This Week in Tech " (Leo Laporte and other ex-TechTV stars) or the Engadget podcast. If you're not a techie, you can find lots of other...
  • Visual Studio Graphics Debugging

    Public chats for Team Developer and Team Test editions of Visual Studio Team System

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    Every third Wednesday of the month at 10am PST there will be public chats for the Team Developer and Team Test editions of Visual Studio Team System. These talks will cover topics such as the Profiler, Test Tools (Unit, Generic and Manual tests), Web...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Balazs Fejes has Mono Mania!

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    Check out Balazs's post on using Mono for Fun . He walks through creating a client GUI end-to-end using Mono including designing the architecture, using db4objects for persistence, and nUnit for unit tests. Good stuff. How I Went Mono In the last 5...
  • David Wang

    The Return from TechEd 2005

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    The return from TechEd 2005....
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Tell Me Why ????

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    James has been recently wondering why "Microsoft, in their infinite wisdom, has decided to provide helper code in both C# & VB.Net that promotes bad OOP coding". He has a whole post outlining the problem as he sees it . He pinged me this evening...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Mapping audio topologies to mixer topologies

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    Yesterday , I described the internal topology of an audio card. But there's no Windows API to expose that topology directly (you can generate the topology using the KS IOCTLs (KS stands for Kernel Streaming) but the reality is that it's not an API...
  • One Louder

    Employment gaps...what to do

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    We've talked a bit about making a career change. A reader contacted me to ask for resume advice and we got onto the topic of gaps in employment and how to address them on a resume. Some of you out there may have worked through the same issue and might have some advice to offer. And recruiters out there can chime in with feedback on how they perceive gaps in employment. Here's the reader's situation... ...
  • Adam Nathan's Old Blog

    Blog archives are back

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    In my latest round of struggling to get Community Server to behave the way I'd like it to, I've added the month-by-month archive links on the right. So you can now easily navigate my posts dating all the way back to April 2003. (Hmmm... 2004 was a quiet...
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