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  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    More on ScreenSpaceLines3D aka "Magic Lines"

    I didn't accurately represent ScreenSpaceLines3D when I called the class a kind of "line primitive." Unlike a primitive, the class, when rendered, will create a line that has a constant thickness in screen-space. In this way, it can be reliably seen regardless...
  • Josh Heitzman's Blog

    No VS SDK 2005-10 CTP

    In my last post , I said a we should be releasing the VS SDK 2005-10 CTP shortly. We will not be releasing the VS SDK 2005-10 CTP externally, as we just realized that recent changes in files that we pick-up from Visual Studio 2005, have changed such that...
  • Jerome Carron's Weblog

    Diaries from my Roku SoundBridge M1000 in .Net - Cross thread confessions

    I just simply love my SoundBridge 1000. Recently the folks at Roku Labs introduced the Roku Control Protocol which gives you remote control of your SoundBridge. That is to say you can now think about creating your own way to control the device from a...
  • Korby Parnell's Social Software Wunderkammer

    Welcome to Redmond Airport, Mr. Robillard

    I got a chance to hang out with a group of my favorite Microsoft customers today, the famed ASPInsiders . I had lunch and chatted with the likes of Paul Wilson , Omar Villareal , and Eli Robillard who are all in Redmond at the same time (!) for the ASPInsider...
  • Visual Studio For Devices

    Important: Removing the Device Emulator DMA Patch

    After we had released VS 2005 Beta 2, we released a patch to add the DMA connectivity between VS 2005 and Emulator to make the connectivity more robust. This functionlity is now a part of the VS 2005 RC / RTM release. If you have VS 2005 Beta 2 and...
  • Brad Abrams

    The SLAR (vol2) on System.AppDomain

    Continuing in the series sharing some of the information in the .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference Vol 1 and .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference Vol 2 with some information on AppDomain. BA We introduced Application...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    Bill Gates Is Visiting The University Of Waterloo - Oct 13

    Some exciting news from our work in academia - BillG is coming to town!   "Bill Gates will visit the University of Waterloo on Oct. 13, as part of a six-stop campus tour encouraging students to pursue careers in computer science and technology." ...
  • The Feedback Loop

    What's going on?

    So, the question a lot of folks probably have is "what's going on with Connect"? Since the launch of Connect earlier this year, we've been busy with a number of things, mostly onboarding new customers and assisting existing ones. The Connect team has...
  • PeteL's Blog

    Simple Theme Example (aka StyleSheetTheme)

    One of the little projects that I've been working on lately is theme's and trying to start building a theme library for controls. So, to start that, I've created the following theme that you can use as a starting point, and from here, can start building...
  • The Feedback Loop


    Hi there! By way of introduction, my name is Corey Snow, and I'm a software developer at Microsoft. I'm a member of the Server Feedback Systems team. But my main job is designing and implementing code for the Microsoft Connect web site. In particular...
  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    The Significance of AJAX

    AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript And XML) is getting a lot of press these days. MSDN even has an article which decribes how to do AJAX programming with ASP.Net 2.0. The basic idea is that by doing client side programming in the browser, you can create a...
  • Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog

    Larry O'Brien and SD Times coverage of LINQ

    Larry O'Brien has an SD Times opinion piece and several blog posts on LINQ : Select * From IQF : " Microsoft’s Integrated Query Framework (IQF) and Language Integrated Query (LIQ)—code-named Project Clarity—are the most important low-level innovations...
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