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  • The Galactic Patrol

    Cool GUI for editing parameters in visual studio - vote for it!

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    Mitch Denny proposes a very cool idea for popping up in-place GUI when you need to edit a formatted string or other parameter in source code . He has posted his idea up on the Ladybug site ; I’ve voted for it, and you should too!
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    My favorite UI screenshot

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    In response to a post from Mike Hall about funny/sad/crazy UI messages ( see his original post here ), I want to submit a screenshot I took back in my early days working on Visual Studio setup. Back in the day, the product was not yet .NET'ized and it...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    August – September 2004 Events Handout

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    MSDN Events Ready Reference August – September 2004 Events InfoPath ™ Solutions with SP1 and VS .NET InfoPath 2003 Home Page (where you can download SP1 and the InfoPath Toolkit) http://office.microsoft.com/infopath InfoPath 2003 Training (16 walkthroughs...
  • load of tosh

    Discovered XFN

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    I find XFN (XHTML Friends Network) via Tantek . What it is... XFN outlines the relationships between individuals by defining a small set of values that describe personal relationships. In HTML and XHTML documents, these are given as values for the rel...
  • load of tosh

    Seeking CSS Opinions

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    Not quite sure what the "correct" behavior should be in the HTML below. What cursor would you expect to get when you mouse over the TD and why? <html> <style> TABLE.tbl1 TD { cursor:hand; } TD.td1 { cursor:move; } </style> <body>...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Sydney .NET User Group 18th August, 2004

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    I got a reminder that the next Sydney .NET User Group is on18th August 2004. This month Adam will be covering the new Microsoft Access Migration Kit. He will also discuss related Win Form considerations for Access developers. Scott McCulloch will be following...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    AVP Desktop Wallpaper...

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    After totally rebuilding my laptop a week or so ago I've decided to change the "Bliss" background, so decided to upgrade to an Alien vs. Predator wallpaper... I downloaded this from the movie site - there are two versions, one for Alien, one for Predator...
  • Scott Woodgate's OutBursts

    That can't possibly be my problem - I'm not using SSO

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    I've had this conversation in email with a few people so I thought I'd have it with everyone. Even if you don't use the SSO functions provided in BizTalk Server your BizTalk Server is still using SSO. Ok, so that sounds a little counter-intuitive but...
  • The Galactic Patrol

    There are only two kinds of developer...

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    Mark Pilgrim explains how there are only two kinds of developer: assholes and morons.
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    ESDEVCON - Day 1...

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    So, today was the first day of the Embedded Software Developers Conference in San Jose, I was surprised by how small the event was, each of the presentation rooms holds about 30 people (kinda small) - but that also makes for interesting presentations...
  • David Kline

    Building a simple NetCF application from the command line - C# version

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    Now that NetCF is part of the .NET Framework v2 SDK, I get asked how to build applications using the command line tools. Today I'm going to show how to build a simple (single source file) C# application using csc.exe. For more complicated applications...
  • Van Kichline's WebLog

    Digital Diabetes

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    I've posted an article on a metaphor for working set bloat; Digital Diabetes . It's not intended to be dark humor; the point is that methods for successfully managing diabetes may be transferable to managing applications with out-of-control working sets...
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