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  • One Louder

    I'm moving offices...again!

    I're thinking "didn't she just move offices? Are her hall-mates sick of her already?" Not even. Last move was to get me into the same building as my team. The next shift is to move around the groups within the building. I went down and checked...
  • IEBlog

    What have you guys been doing since IE6?

    Before I answer this, I want to acknowledge that we have a problem if people are asking this question. Listing what we’ve done or our priorities will help but won’t address the problem. Responding to specific questions with a great product and great documentation...
  • Dan Fernandez's Blog

    Java Developers Migrating to .NET

    If you're a Java developer and you're interested in moving to .NET, Brian Keller points out some of the newly available training options and how to sign up for the free training . updated with correct grammar per comments
  • Ivan Joseph's WebLog

    Project Descriptions from last years contest - FYI

    Since we are on the subject, I am attaching some project descriptions from last years competition just as interesting information for you. These teams excelled in the competition last year. Please note that the theme last year was safety so all the projects...
  • Rob's Speech Stuff

    Phoneme segmentation

    In a recent comment, James Salsman wrote “SAPI 4.0a had phoneme segmentation” and he asks that we put it back into our newer APIs. (You can see more about SAPI 4 here ). It’s been a long time since we made an API with this functionality. I’m curious to...
  • Powertoys WebLog

    VS Editor Font Zooming like Word

    Via "A very big thank you to Henrik Stuart for writing this VS Editor Zoom control and updating it for Whidbey. " "Just like Word’s zoom control, adjusting the value of this control will increase...

    Cooking with .NET

    I just watched the video of Chris Gray on Channel9 . This is a great piece showing how to create a web service to upload pictures from your camerphone to a home server. Chris Gray - Building your own home server Chris Gray, a developer in the Windows...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    Nouvelle version de l'AntiSpyware (encore en bêta) de Microsoft

    La version 1.0.509 est disponible en téléchargement à l'adresse suivante: Une copie d’écran de la version Corporate (dont a parlé Bill Gates...
  • Powertoys WebLog

    Automatic Build Dependencies (ABD) add-in for VC project in .Net 2003

    Another mailbag entry from Lionel. "I just put together an add-in for visual studio 2003 that sets automatically build dependencies for all VC projects in the current solution. It also has the option to generate Build Dependencies Graphs. " http://www...
  • Stanislas Quastana's WebLog

    The Cable Guy – Testing Network Paths for Common Types of Traffic

    When a network infrastructure includes router-based firewalls, the function of the firewall, which is to silently discard traffic that the firewall has not been configured to forward, can impair specific networking functions. For example, if a firewall...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    In case you are looking for a 64-bit driver ...

    Quick update on my last blog and Intel. I asked for a similar list or website like the AMD one . Intel is looking into it. My contact at Intel said: "In the past ... we've made it a policy not to have links to other company's websites from our website...
  • Chris Rathjen

    To magically fix all of your problems, type 'Resolve'

    Ok, I probably can't quite deliver on a promise like that (instead, I suggest you simply buy an easy button ). But, when it comes to the various things that can go wrong in your Version Control workspace, "resolve" is the command that's responsible for...
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