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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows CE 5.0 - Which QFE's do you have installed ?

    One of the questions that came up from my Windows CE Tools Feedback post was a question about how to determine which QFE's are installed on a developers PC - actually, there's already a tool out there that does this - The tool (called CEQFECHECK) ships...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    On spotting the difference between MVPs and Microsoft employees...

    Raymond Chen complains about the pass colors for this year’s MVP summit. Specifically, since they were color-coded for products, it’s hard to tell MVPs from Microsoft employees. Luckily, I know the sekrit code — Raymond, look for the letters “MVP” at...
  • 철수네 소프트웨어 세상 [마이크로소프트 지점]

    C# 3.0(삽쩜영)

    PDC2005를 통해서 LINQ와 C# 3.0의 소식은 많은 분들한테 전해졌습니다. Slash-dotted될 정도로 나름대로 업계의 이슈가 되었습니다. 이미 몇년전에 Microsoft Research의 Eric Meijer와 Wolfram Schulte이 작성한 Programming with Rectangles, Triangles, and Circles 를 통해서 LINQ의 개발 가능성을 보이기는 했었습니다만, C# 2.0도 아직 이를 지원할 Visual...
  • Ralph Sommerer's Budget Wisdom

    At las(t)

    I haven't checked out all the details of the new Atlas Web Client Framework yet, therefore I don't know whether I like it or not. What I certainly like is that -- finally -- there has been some progress in the field of interactive Web services since I...
  • graceworld

    What's new in Team Foundation Beta 3

    Brian Harry - PUM for Team Foundation - has just blogged about what you'll find new in TFS Beta 3: Cool stuff!
  • Buck Hodges

    Brian Harry posts about the changes between beta 2 and beta 3

    A while back I wrote a little about what's changed since beta 2 and the release of beta 3 . Brian Harry , the person who heads Team Foundation (he is Product Unit Manager), has just written the post about what changed. In What's new with TFS Beta 3...
  • Brian Harry's blog

    What's new with TFS Beta 3?

    Well, I'm back. Yes, I feel terrible that it's been what 18 months since I last posted here. All I can say is that I'm going to try to do better. Somehow in the daily crush of emergencies I just never seem to find the time to sit down and write something...
  • Bug Babble

    Using Note flags in Onenote

    How I expected to use note flags was very ambitious. How I actually use them is much simpler. I like the ability to flag TODO items more than the ability to browse by bug, email alias, etc. I use check box style flags and keep the summary set to...
  • I know the answer (it's 42)

    C#: try and retry

    In many situation when something fails (exception is thrown) in the try block you want to retry that again. This could be a network timeout exception, or some other resource unavailability where you expect the same piece of try block code to succeed if...
  • Scott Wiltamuth's Visual Studio blog

    MVP Summit

    The MVP Summit is wrapping up today. Unfortunately, I can't attend today's events (my wife is in Santa Fe, so I'm on kid duty for the whole weekend), but I do have a few minutes to blog about it. Microsoft MVP 's, who are spread throughout the world...
  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog

    I like it!

    I like to write code. Reflecting about what this activity of design and programming trigger on me, I see kind of "a fundamental feeling that is hard to define but that people desire to experience", also known as "pleasure". A song by Dee Snider and Twisted...
  • Antimail

    Supportability is not a feature

    I recently read about a Linux to Windows switch story . It made me remember something: supportability is crucial to the success of your software. Your programs are out there in the wild, alone. There are no helpful debuggers that you (or anyone) can hook...
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