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  • .NET Security Blog

    Grunk Posts on File Canonicalization for FileIOPermission

    Brian Grunnkmeyer recently posted a good piece on how FileIOPermission deals with file and path canonicalization. Brian wrote a large chunk of the base class library , and contributed to the SLAR . Its a good read if you want to know how FileIOPermission...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Absolutely, positively, no Edit and Continue

    See Soma 's announcement . VS 2005 supports Edit and Continue for C#. You asked for it, again and again. So we did it. It took a heroic effort by the developers, testers, and program managers in C# to make this happen. Enjoy.
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Uh-oh, it's google

    So now I have GMail , the Google Toolbar , the Google Deskbar , and the Google Desktop . To search MSDN help, I use google . At home, all my computers use Google as their home page. When I want to browse the web on my phone, I use Google Number Search...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    Google for MSDN help

    When I want to look up an API in the .Net Frameworks, or read about some language construct, I look to MSDN as the repository of such information. But MSDN search is painful, and Google rocks. So I have this link as a shortcut in my browser: http://www...
  • Somasegar's blog

    Announcing: C# Edit and Continue support for Visual Studio 2005

    A few weeks ago, I updated my blog by writing about Microsoft’s commitment to VB.Net . This posting generated a healthy discussion between C# & VB developers with both camps championing their favorite features. A nice feature for our VB customers...
  • atmosphere - the developer blog of Bernard Wong

    Location change for MSDN Events free seminar in Los Angeles, November 4th

    There is a lot to catch up on so let's just jump in. If you have previously registered for the MSDN Events seminars free seminar in Los Angeles scheduled for November 4th, there has been a change of location. Instead of South Gate, we will now be up in...
  • Mai-lan's Visio Blog

    Dev Luv: "Managed" Visio VSL Add-ons?

    Visio solutions comes in three forms: Visio add-on, COM add-in, and VBA code stored in the document. This article on MSDN describes the differences between add-ons and add-ins. Most of the new solution development that I’ve seen use COM add-ins, which...
  • Rob Caron

    New Team System Stuff - 2004-10-15

    Generative Programming, DSLs & Software Factories Alan Cameron Wills , a development manager on Steve Cook 's team, has returned to blogging! Welcome back, Alan. Alan recently attended UML 2004 in Lisbon and has a post ( Hot topic at UML 2004 ) where...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows XP Media Center Edition - Concept.

    Microsoft has commisioned "One & Co" to produce concepts for how Media Center PC's might look in the future. [click the image for a larger view] Here's the story on - I'm now running Windows XP Media Center 2005 on my home media center PC...
  • Windows Embedded Blog - Overview of MSN TV2 STB

    If you have family or friends that don't have a PC (shame on them!) but want to be able to browse the web, do e-mail, basically have an entry level computing device that's connected to your TV and gives internet access then MSN TV2 is the device for them...
  • shawn's blog

    Job Listing - Content Strategy lead for TechNet

    As you can probably tell from a bunch of the recent posts, the MSDN team at Microsoft is expanding. Here’s an opening I’m anxious to fill… If you know anyone who may be interested, have them give me a shout… The MSDN & TechNet...
  • Tim Sneath

    All Quiet on the Longhorn Front?

    So I've been in Redmond for a week now - and what a week! Seen lots of cool Longhorn technology already, as well as some ace demos - there's plenty of good new stuff exclusive to Longhorn for developers in addition to already announced pillars such as...
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