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  • Ali Pasha's WebLog...

    Beta 2 Sneak Preview of the New Visuals for the Distributed System Designers

    Okay, I think it’s time we show you guys a preview what our designers will look like in Beta 2. We’ve had Jesse, our User Experience guru, revamp them completely and he’s done a great job prettying them up considerably from Beta 1. Jesse and Bill Gibson...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    System.Transactions in Whidbey - Part 1 - Overview

    Transactions have received a very elaborate revamp in .NET V2. Now things are unified and bring a very real and usuable framework that facilates consistency in any form of state transformation, as transactions are not only a database thing after all!...
  • vs2005news's WebLog

    Jan 12th VS 2005 Chat: Visual C++ Editor and IDE Features

    January 12, 2005 – 1:00 P.M. Pacific Time [ View Additional Time Zones ] Title : Visual C++ Editor and IDE Features [ Enter chat room ] Description : Chat with the Visual C++ Editor & IDE team to talk about new Whidbey features such as Code Definition...
  • vs2005news's WebLog

    Jan 12th VSTS Chat: Enterprise Dev & Test Tools Public Chat

    Title : VSTS Enterprise Dev & Test Tools Public Chat [ Enter chat room ] Description : Chat with members of the Enterprise Development and Test team of Visual Studio Team System. We'll be answering questions and discussing our new tools: Static Code...
  • Tom Krueger

    Book of Smartphone Programming articles (kinda)

    Do you wish there was one place to look for articles on Smartphone programming that were already categorized? Nauman Leghari's blog post is currently hosted on the Smart Client Developer Center where he categoriezed a bunch of articles and "kinda" made...
  • Ben Armstrong

    Installing OS/2 Warp 4 under Virtual PC

    To install OS/2 Warp 4 under Virtual PC you will need to create a virtual machine with a 2GB virtual hard disk (if you use the new virtual machine wizard and tell it you are installing 'OS/2' it will create a 2GB virtual hard disk for you) Next - you...
  • joc's bLog

    The Beta2 push, and Team System in Europe

    Looks like my blog is a little green and moldy, time to scrape that off and freshen things up. Currently in the DA team we're feverishly getting the final kinks worked out of Beta2. We're pretty pleased with the way things are shaping up. It was great...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    IIS6 and Windows 2003 (Part 8)

    There is one feature of IIS 6.0 that I have not expanded on yet and this is the Metabase. As you know, the Metabase is where IIS stores it configuration and in IIS6.0 the Metabase is in a human readable XML format. This allows for great flexibility, as...
  • Calvin Hsia's WebLog

    Use a simple XSLT to read the RSS feed from a blog

    On most Blogs, there is a link called “Syndication”,”RSS”, or “XML” that is the RSS feed. Click on that, and you see an XML document that contains some recent blog posts. This simple code reads the RSS feed for my blog, does an XSLT transform of the XML...
  • Yves Dolce

    C++/CLI is not like Managed C++

    Before jumping to C# to develop for .NET and forgetting your C++ knowledge/experience/skills, you might want to make sure you have a look at those: - Pure C++ column from Stanley B. Lippman. - Translation Guide: Moving Your Programs from Managed Extensions...
  • Paul Fallon's WebLog

    IIS6 and Windows 2003 (Part 7)

    As I mentioned in IIS6 and Windows 2003 (Part 6) , another aspect of the new architecture in IIS 6 that I find very interesting is the new process model, which is called Worker Process Isolation Mode (WPIM). The first hint that things are different in...
  • Christopher Eck's Old Unused Blog

    Malicious Software Removal

    Sorry it's been so long since I've last posted. A large vacation coupled with some serious medical issues in my family and prevented me getting around to it. And I got married :) So, just a quick entry today to get back into the swing of things. Microsoft...
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