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  • Rob Caron

    Now Joining: Noah Coad

    Noah Coad , once a C# MVP and a creator of some cool .NET widgets , is the newest member of the Visual Studio Team System team. Today is his first day at Microsoft. Welcome aboard, Noah! Moving to Microsoft Joining the Ranks Well I've taken the red pill...
  • Code/Tea/Etc...

    Going on now... chat with the VB and ASP teams about building Web Forms with VB.NET 2003

    Web Forms Development with Visual Basic .NET 2003 Do you have questions about how to create great ASP.NET applications with Visual Basic .NET? Join members of the Visual Basic and Web Forms teams for a discussion about getting the most out of your Web...
  • Rob Caron

    Chris Rathjen on Migrating from VSS to Hatteras

    Chris Rathjen , one of the testers on Visual Studio Team System source control ("Hatteras"), has posted some additional information for those that are considering a move from Visual SourceSafe to "Hatteras" but are concerned about losing the sharing and...
  • Luke Nyswonger

    Microsoft ISV Community

    Microsoft has a huge community push right now. One new program is the Microsoft ISV Buddy Program. This program enables an ISV to connect and build a 1-on-1 relationship with a Microsoft employee. Read more about the ISV Buddy Program and request your...
  • frankred's WebLog

    .NET Framework Service Pack Tech Preview

    The .NET Framework Service Pack Tech Preview is now available for download from the .NET Framework Developer Center. The SP Tech Preview provides an early look at updates and feature enhancements that will be in the .NET Framework 1.0 SP3 and .NET...
  • Cyrus' Blather

    Reason #1 I'm glad I didn't go to Carnegie Mellon

    The fact that they advocate something called The Cyrus Murder . From the page notes: Note that Cyrus Murder is still relatively young in the grand scheme of things . I would appreciate it if we all worked hard together to make Cyrus Murder non-existent...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    ok, try this...

    totally off topic, but... sit in a chair and lift your left leg so your foot is about 6 inches off the floor rotate your left foot in a clockwise direction (only your foot) - and keep it going... now, using your left hand try to draw the numeric...
  • Angel Saenz-Badillos

    Whidbey ADO.NET System.Transactions Distributed Transactions

    This is imo one of the best new features for ADO.NET imo and I was glad to get some feedback that expressed interest. I will blog on this feature for the rest of the week, here is how to get started. The hardest thing about this feature is without...
  • Jeremy Hance

    Now Open For Business

    My name is Jeremy Hance, and I'm an SDET on the Compact Framework team. Officially, SDET = Software Development Engineer in Test. In my position, I write code used to test the functionality of the Compact Framework. Primarily, I work with the Global Assembly...
  • Angel Saenz-Badillos

    Whidbey ADO.NET System.Transactions Distributed Transactions

    The hardest thing about this feature is without a doubt the OS setup required. Most user problems are going to come from this. You need to make sure that both your client and your Server are set up to allow distributed transactions. To give you...
  • jaybaz [MS] WebLog

    API writability and the editor

    Steve Clark talked about usability of APIs, and a snag some users hit when writing against ADO.NET, and some possible ways to help. It should come as no surprise that I think the ideal solution for this problem relies on the editor. (Because my team makes...
  • Gilles' WebLog

    Spot the defect (1/2): Custom Pipeline Component Sample "FixMsg" can fail without any apparent reason

    Part 1 Part 2 Last week, I was trying to help Matthew with his custom pipeline component (see this newsgroup thread ) . To make a long story short, Matthew started from the custom pipeline component provided with BizTalk 2004 SDK (it gets installed...
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