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  • Glen's old blog

    Greensboro, NC : MSDN Event followed by User Group (was Pub Club)

    Well, I'm guilty of not researching my information properly! In a previous post, I had proposed a .NET Pub Club on the evening of Tusday, August 17th, following the MSDN Event. That was before I realized that the date conflicted with the meeting date...
  • Microsoft InfoPath 2010

    ActiveX Controls in InfoPath 2003 - in Visual Basic 6.0

    Andrew Ma, a tester on the InfoPath team, has created a Visual Basic 6.0 version of the InfoPath Hands-On Lab for creating custom controls. You can find it here on Andrew's blog:
  • Rule's Roost

    Dynamic Image Generation with ASP.Net

    I've was playing around with image generation. Below is a picture of Josh who is a very interesting guy . His picture worked quite well because it was a clean slate to write text on. The HTML tag <img src="
  • Speakers are Speaking in Code . . .

    Upgrading Qwest DSL Line to DMT

    I upgraded Badger Hall's DSL line last week from CAP to DMT. Painless? No (this is Qwest, after all). Worthwhile? So far, definitely. The saga began with a line on my phone bill saying (in effect) "Upgrade your DSL to 1.5 Mb/sec for free." OK, I like...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    UK - If More Digital, Then Less What? Displacement theory?

    Consumers in the UK are lapping up more and more electronic media and communications services according to the new " Communications Market 2004 Report ," published last week by Ofcom , regulator for the UK communications industries (TV, telco, wireless...
  • Franci Penov

    "Two Things I Hate" or "Macromedia, please help me!"

    1. Advertisements. I realize it's not possible to live without advertisement, but I still hate it. Especially when I am paying for something and still am forced to watch ads. 2. Obnoxious advertisements. Macromedia Flash based. You know - the ones that...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium


    Yesterday afternoon, I drove my daughter over to eastern Washington, 20 miles from the nearest town and left her with a group of people that I'd never seen before. Yes, it's camp time, and my daughter is at "horse camp" for a week, at highly regarded...
  • Eric Gunnerson's Compendium

    Be a language designer...

    I started writing a normal blog post - well, as normal as any blog post of mine ever is - and then I decided to let you do the hard work. So here's the situation. You're part of the C# language design team thinking about the next version of C# (ie the...
  • Brad Abrams

    Web Cast on CLR v2.0

    This is tomorrow... Webcast: What's New in the CLR 2.0. See you there! Just an announcement all: I'm giving a WebCast tomorrow on MSDN, on the topic of 'What's New In The CLR, 2.0'. This cast is similar to presentations I have given at both PDC and TechEd...
  • shawn's blog

    Register Now: Applied XML Dev.Conf. 10/20-21

    Word is starting to get out - it's time for the annual Chris Sells Hootenany on XML. Check out the list of presenters, and then try and find an excuse to not attend... Every year it gets harder to pick speakers for the DevCon . This year, I had 4x the...
  • Noah Horton's WebBlog

    PNRP Scope System

    I have been wrestling with a question that I thought I would bring out to the rest of the world. In PNRP today, we have three scopes in which you can register or resolve a name; the global scope which includes all machines in the world, the site scope...
  • Speakers are Speaking in Code . . .

    NDoc and dotnetfx sp1 TP

    [updated: cleaned up links] Ran into a bug in the shadow copy cache code in the technical preview of service pack 1 for the .Net Framework v 1.1 last week. After installing the TP I was no longer able to get NDoc to run (it began throwing InvalidCastExceptions...
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