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  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Compressible Encryption

    Time to spread a smidge of dirt on Microsoft :). One of my favorite dialog boxes is found in Outlook. If you dig deep enough into your email accounts, you'll find the following dialog box: The reason I like this dialog box is the default setting...
  • Tom Miller's Blog

    VB.NET and MDX chat scheduled for next week..

    Taken from the Chat Announcements blog: DirectX 9.0 Direct3D Graphics with Visual Basic .NET Tuesday, April 26, 2005 from 1:00 - 2:00 P.M. Pacific Time ( Additional Time Zones ) Hosts: Tom Miller and Adam Gallant. More to come... Do you have...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    MSDN Canada - Community Events Audio Update - April #1

    Introducing our second audio feature from the MSDN Canada team! The " Community Events Audio Update " will be a bi-weekly feature providing you with a "straight forward" overview of upcoming events, training and activities. Hopefully, we will help...
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    New Home for DSL Tools Questions

    It's been way too long since my last blog post, but I've been knee-deep in developing some new features for the next DSL Tools release. I finally got a chance to catch my breath and notice the staleness of my blog. In the meantime, MSDN has launched...
  • ArtLeo's WebLog

    Office 2003 PIA's are now available for redistribution!

    • 1 Comments I didn't contribute much, but after lots of hard work, we've finally got this ready. I know lots of folks have been wanting an easy way...
  • BorisJ's Blog

    New for VC++ 2005: CTRL+J

    Have you ever been coding inside a class/struct and you wanted to know just what members were available to you in that scope? Have you ever found yourself typing this-> just to see those members? Well, there's a new shortcut in VC 2005 that allows...
  • Rule's Roost

    Partner Services Hiring - Bay Area - App. Dev. Consultant

    Are you gosu with .NET? Email me your resume . I'll get the full job description posted on the careers site soon. Deep .Net development expertise n C#, J# if possible n Extensive experience with performance testing and optimization...
  • BorisJ's Blog

    Hacking the Papal Election

    Bruce Schneier has a great piece analyzing the papal election process and its security. Bottom line: If you spend over a millenia perfecting the process, it's bound to be pretty good :)
  • Visual Studio Express Team WebLog

    direct download links for Express 2005

    Here are the direct links to download the Express 2005 Beta 2 for your convenience: Product Name URL VB Express Bootstrapper
  • Cyrus' Blather

    SDR Time

    Development has currently come to a complete halt for me. This is partly due to the fact that i'm a lazy bum, and i'd rather loaf around than earn my keep. However, beyond that we're currently meeting with our C# Customer Council conducting an Strategic...
  • Rusty Miller's blog

    Test styles and predicting bugs

    I recently had some flight/airport time to catch up on a couple articles I've been meaning to read. What is a good test case by Cem Kaner This is a good summary for people new to software testing. I'm a strong believer in using multiple "test styles"...
  • Adam Singer

    Rounding the Baselines

    Bruce from GrapeCity Inc. asks: When reading something about version control I learn a term "baseline". But in TF version control, I did not find it but a new term "workspace". I feel the two terms have similar meanings. Is my understanding right or...
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