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  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    Did you know… Dragging and dropping text in the editor

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    There’s an option under Tools – Options – Text Editor – General to This blog post has moved to http://saraford.net/2005/04/04/did-you-know-dragging-and-dropping-text-in-the-editor/
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    April letter on Visual FoxPro web site

    This month's letter mainly announces the new Visual FoxPro 2005 online survey from Microsoft with a summary of recent Visual FoxPro news.
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    It doesn't pass the *if not for me* test ... but I still LOVE it!

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    For those of you know me personally and have had the (awesome, I’m sure) opportunity to hear me talk (and talk and talk) about work, you know that while I take a lot of pride in what I do at Microsoft, I also take a lot of the ins-and-outs of my job very...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    l33t5p34k for the rest of us

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    I have discovered how amazingly old and uncool I am. I came across this Google site , which is basically Google in hacker lingo (leetspeak). I thought it funny, so I wanted to share it here, but I realized I had NO idea how to describe it. So…I looked...
  • Ken Levy's Blog

    Visual FoxPro Survey 2005

    The Visual FoxPro Team at Microsoft invites you to participate in our brief survey for Visual FoxPro. This survey only takes a few minutes to complete and you will have the opportunity to win a great prize. This is also a great opportunity for you to...
  • oliverlu's WebLog

    支持工程师后遗症

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    曾经有冲动,想写一篇《为什么要成为一名支持工程师》。后来仔细想想,这好像不完全是自己能够选择的。夸大一些,就像是说:“为什么生来是个男儿身?”一样?当然,一则没有这么夸张,二则纯粹是修辞上的类比而已,我从没有做这样手术的念头。 所以想了半天,还是写一篇关于成为一名支持工程师以后,留下的后遗症的帖子。希望大家饭后茶余看过以后,对支持工程师有一些了解。 最重的毛病,就是留下了绝对不肯轻易下结论的习惯。以前有人把销售和支持工程师作了个比较:销售是知道 1% ,敢说 99% ;而支持工程师是即使知道...
  • Rick Hoskinson's Blog

    Ideal Winforms gameloop: Corrections and Additions

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    I discovered something this weekend while playing around with the game loop I outlined in my post last week. Seems I completely misread the function of SendNotifyMessage and was using it in place of PostMessage. However, if SendNotifyMessage works similarly to SendMessage when used on the same thread, why was I not getting a stack overflow exception like I would have received with SendMessage?...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    Dev Center blog links are being updated

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    This weekends MSDN blogs server upgrade has caused a few of the blog feeds on the Developer Centers to go blank. We're fixing those this morning as quickly as we're able to.
  • The .NET Show

    Podcasting The .NET Show?

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    It seems like "PodCasting" is picking up a lot of steam these days, so I'm thinking about adding support for it to The .NET Show. I'd be interested in any comments any of you have regarding this, as well as any specific advice as to what to either make...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    My Recent Spyware Experience

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    A few months ago a neighbor (the mother of the family) asked me to take a look at their computer running Windows XP. It had slowed noticeably, and they had a nasty case of “pesky popups.” But to make matters worse, they had discovered a stash of really...
  • Spat's WebLog (Steve Patrick)

    2003 SP1 - nifty new SSL for RDP (TLS 1.0 actually)

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    Short post here that I wanted to note before I finish the DIMS stuff... http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/library/ServerHelp/a92d8eb9-f53d-4e86-ac9b-29fd6146977b.mspx spat
  • Brad Abrams

    Wow -- great list of .NET Languages

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    Brian Ritchie's has a great list of .NET languages here… http://www.dotnetpowered.com/languages.aspx I didn’t even know we had 3 cobol implementations ;-)
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