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  • The App Compat Guy

    Evolution vs. Revolution

    In my previous posts, I have been arguing the point that throwing away source code and starting over from scratch is a notably bad idea in general. In this, I am echoing what Joel Spolsky says so eloquently in his post Things You Should Never Do . ...
  • Koichi Nakamura's WebLog


    本日 InfoPath 2003 実践ラボ という新しいトレーニングコンテンツが公開になりましたので紹介します。このコンテンツの特長は、あらかじめ トレーニング シナリオ が設定されていて、ステップを踏んで実習を進めることができます。また、それぞれのコンテンツにスキル レベルが設定されていて、自分が必要とする演習だけを選択できるようになっています。トレーニング系コンテンツについては、今後もいろいろな試みをご紹介しますのでおたのしみに。
  • Mohamed Sharaf's Blog

    Windows Longhorn.......... Windows Vista

    Windows Vista , try to memorize this name well because it will be the name of the next windows version from Microsoft that was formerly called "Windows longhorn" This has been announced in Microsoft MGB (Microsoft Global Brief) For more information...
  • WebLog de Stéphane PAPP [MSFT]

    Dominique GAZIN

    C'est une triste nouvelle que j'ai apprise en retrant de congés : Dominique GAZIN nous a quitté vendredi dernier. Ne le cherchez pas sur vos moteurs de recherche préférés ! Sa discrétion n'égalait que sa compétence. Il a participé à de nombreux projets...
  • Marcus Perryman's WebLog

    Motorola 'Q' Smartphone

    Last night Ed Zander of Motorola and Steve Ballmer jointly anounced the Motorola 'Q'. Its a Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone device with a QUERTY keyboard - touted as the worlds smallest QUERTY phone. Its based on the very popular Motorola RAZR hardware...
  • Dev Notes

    Team System Rocks !

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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Back in Oz and Back Online

    Today I got home from my trip to Atlanta . What a tiring trip. I'm trying to stay awake until tonight so that I can adjust my circadian rhythm . It was terrific to catch up with Robert Scoble yesterday in Atlanta . We had a great chat about life the...
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Source-level step-in is not well defined.

    One of the things that causes us grief is that source-level step-in (F11 in VS) is not a well-defined operation. Some examples : Consider the following call to static method foo:; Now offhand, you'd expect the step-in to land in the method...
  • paramesh

    Hyderabad Happenings

    I have been blasted by some of my own team members for writing the most boring blogs. So much so, that one person commented that even changing the font colors will add a little more life to my blogs. With this in mind, I gingerly step forward into making...
  • IEBlog

    IE Team at Black Hat 2005

    Hi, I’m Patrick Mann , a security tester on the IE team. It’s a big week for me and a few other folks from IE, as we head down to Las Vegas to attend Black Hat 2005. Expect to see some of the IE blog familiars (such as John Bedworth , Eric Lawrence...
  • Kam VedBrat

    If you liked Shtickers, take a look at PolyGFX

    I found this site the other day that caters to the pc case-mod crowd... PolyGFX will take any custom artwork you do in illustrator, coreldraw, etc. and make you a wrap for your case out of it.
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    Avalon and Win32

    Dan asks: Can you please explain the relationship between Win32 subsystem and WinFX. In PDC it was told thar WinFx replaces Win32. Now it looks like USER and Win32K are still in use Good question. WinFX is where all the innovation is, both in...
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