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  • Cyrus' Blather

    Only Human

    I’m sure others have talked about this, but I haven’t had a chance to check out the other blgos, so I’m going to throw in a little bit of information about what’s going on work right now. On the road to shipping beta2 we’ve now entered a time called ...
  • MSDN Ireland News

    Time to register for TechEd Europe 2005!

    Ooooh - I am in a blogging mood today.... maybe it's because when I first start getting news in about TechEd Europe, I know spring has definitely sprung and summer evenings in Amsterdam are just around the corner! So - in case you haven't already heard...
  • Sue Loh's blog

    It has been a while

    I would use being busy as an excuse, except I'm always busy. ;-) Call it, lack of creativity about coming up with blog entries. I don't know how Mike Hall does it. Anyway I've gotten a couple of questions about allocating large amounts of memory, that...
  • Jeromy Carriere's WebLog

    Questions from SOA Patterns Webcast

    As I mentioned , I gave a webcast (thanks to Ron for the original material) today on patterns and anti-patterns in SOA, as part of the .NET Unwrapped series for financial services. Frankly, there was really nothing in the webcast that was financial services...
  • adamga's WebLog

    MSDN Deep Dive, featuring ASP.NET 2.0

    OK, I'm really jazzed about this. As you probably now (a lof of you do), we are in the final stages of prep for our next MSDN Canada Deep Dive, on ASP.NET 2.0. So far, we have over 6200 people registered for the event and climbing! This is awesome! I...
  • David Waddleton's Geek Speak

    Geek Speak: Custom DataGrid Paging

    Here is a link to an great How To: on Custom Data Grid Paging HOW TO: Page Through a Query Result for Better Performance;en-us;318131 Paging Through a Query Result
  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    3rd-parties and Edit-and-Continue (Part 1: Editors + Compilers)

    I’ve said before that any 3 rd party debuggers can add Edit-And-Continue (EnC) support, and now I want to be very clear exactly what that means. I’ve found people mean two different questions here: 1) Managed debugging is language neutral, so how can...
  • A CRM Riff

    My Favorite Books this Year (so far)

    I am called upon to recommend books to writers, editors, and friends as part of my job. When tasked to publish this list, I start by looking at what our devs are reading. Last year I reviewed every Microsoft Press book and then selected ten to excerpt...
  • Jason Barile - Testing Testing

    Looking for a few great testers

    My team (Team Foundation Version Control QA) has openings for SDETs in the Raleigh/Durham NC area. If you have software testing experience, great coding skills, like to break stuff, and want to help make Visual Studio Team System even better, please consider...
  • Dare Obasanjo's WebLog

    Google Toolbar: The SmartTags of the New Millenium?

    Michael Gartenburg has a blog posting entitled Is Google doing what Microsoft couldn't with their new search bar? where he writes As Yogi would say, "it's deja vous, all over again". When Google introduced the newest version if their toolbar, it seems...
  • Donovan Lange's Work-Blog

    Today is "We Love AJ Day!"

    February isn't just about President's Day and Valentine's Day. Move over, there's a new holiday in town. Check out AJ's latest expose in five parts: An In Depth Look at the OneNoteImporter Managed Assembly ( II , III , IV , and V ), where he goes undercover...
  • Dave Froslie - Microsoft Development on the Prairie

    Bug Burndown

    We are currently in the end game for one of our internal development milestones. We completed feature work a few weeks ago and are now in a mode of final cross subsystem integration, completing test development, and wrapping up bug fixing. What practices...
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