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  • John's Blog

    Managed Wrapper for Bluetooth

    This is something that you have to try - a managed wrapper for Bluetooth that makes it incredibly easy to write applications in C# (or VB .NET) that can detect, link with, and share data over Bluetooth. It was written by a Microsoft developer and is being...
  • Visual Studio Editor Blog

    Tabs, Backspace, Delete and other commands not working in the editor

    Several people have been reporting problems on MSDN Product Feedback with Visual Studio Beta 2 in which the Editor stops responding to most commands but still allows typing. The good news is that we have identified a fix for the issue, we know how to...
  • John's Blog

    MEDC Blog - Day 3

    Phew! It's over, my feet hurt and it was worth every second. Today I manned the booth from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and in fact got there a little early so I could take over some other booths that I knew would be vacant. Thanks to a handy flash thumb drive...
  • mszCool's thoughts and cents revealed

    .NET Remoting 2.0 - User Group Talk

    Next Tuesday I have my first User Group talk (more information: here ) about .NET Remoting 2.0 in Vienna since Ingo and I have published our book ( Advanced .NET Remoting 2nd Edition ). Primarily I’ll demonstrate new things for .NET Remoting with .NET...
  • Aali's blog

    WinForms and C# 2.0 on video

    Watch Joe Stegman and Daniel Fernandez explain Windows Forms 2.0 and C# 2.0 features , taped here in Finland last week.
  • Antimail

    Firefox downloads bumped up by its security patches?

    An interesting quote from ZDNet concerning its 50 million downloads mark: Firefox late last month marked 50 million downloads of its browser since the Version 1.0 release in November. Downloads do not equal users, because a single user often downloads...
  • Aali's blog

    Preserving the developer intentions

    After a long while I recently checked out what Charles Simonyi and others are up to nowadays, and I was happy to discover that they had started a blog (it seems to be in fashion nowadays, almost a requirement for any serious company in the IT business...
  • Pedro Silva's Blog

    Revenge Is Getting Close

    Obviously, the release of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith is getting close. Not only have your friendly, neighborhood Visual Studio team members received mail inviting them to viewings of the movie, but there appears to be lots of new, fun Star Wars related...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    End of Life Issues

    Wow. Yesterday I asked y'all when it was ok to end-of-life an API . I'm astonished at the quality of the responses. For real. Almost everyone had great ideas about it - some were more practical than others but everyone had great ideas. Several...
  • Rob Caron

    5-User TFS included with VSTS Role-Based Editions

    This is just a quick post while I finish up Part 3 of my Hitchhiker’s Guide to Visual Studio Team System, which will focus on Team Foundation Server… We’re going to include a 5–user version of Team Foundation Server with each of the role-based editions...
  • Rick LaPlante's WebLog

    listening to customers

    On my first post I promised that we'd try and listen to your feedback and let it influence our thinking. I said back then and I'll say again that we won't always agree on what the "right" course of action is, but we will certainly listen and try and make...
  • Arul Kumaravel's WebLog

    Where to get Monad?

    Monad is currently in development. A preview is available for those who are interested. To get Monad Preview 1. go to 2. login using guestid mshPDC 3. You will get information to download the monad bits.
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