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  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Gavin Bierman - MSR Cambridge Database Video

    Check out this video from MSR Cambridge, Gavin Bierman is the Researcher being interviewed, he shows some of the cool database and XML features of C-Omega. - Mike
  • Aaron Stebner's WebLog

    Issues I've seen so far with installing .NET Framework 1.0 SP3 and 1.1 SP1

    I have been talking to some folks inside of Microsoft, looking at a few failures that have been reported internally and externally and read some newsgroup posts and it appears that there are 3 major points where setup has been failing for the .NET Framework...
  • dougturn's WebLog

    Did a talk on VSTS today

    you should have seen the slides. There was stuff flying all over the place, pictures, arrows with weird ends on them, things fading in and out, circles *pulsing*. I think I even saw a dancing bear. sheesh. I'm not sure how well the content went over,...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    MSN Messenger/Windows Messenger and the mysterious Add-in capability

    Sometimes, I get really confused. It's not always my fault. So, we made a strategic, key decision to split Windows Messenger from MSN Messenger so that Messenger would be forked to two key audiences: the former to corporate customers, the latter for...
  • Visual Studio Accessibility

    The Fundamentals of Accessibility

    Consider this article your one-stop shop for all things IAccessible. Below is a summary of the most important topics under my accessibility category. Getting Started New to Accessibility? So was I three years ago. Get caught-up by reading my MSDN whitepaper...
  • Brad Abrams

    Writing a debugger for the CLR?

    I suspect there are only a small handful of folks in the world interested I this topic, but I customer recently asked me for the data so I thought I’d share. This is actually from a member of the CLR debugger team: There’s a good bit of documentation...
  • The Design-Time Developer

    Welcome to the World of Tomorrow!

    Do you own a webcam? Do you send email? Why not download the Outlook 2003 Add-In for Video Email ? I came back from dinner tonight to a video email from a colleague, which pretty much blew my mind, especially since the file ran about 123 kilobytes for...
  • Out in the Street

    New Microsoft Learning Products: September 24, 2004

    It's a big week for MBS training... Microsoft Official Courses: 2362, Deploying Microsoft® .NET Applications for Systems Engineers 2824, Implementing Microsoft® Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004 Microsoft Business Solutions Courses: 8341...
  • Michael Creasy's blog

    Han does NOT shoot first!

    My Star Wars DVDs have arrived a day early so I'm watching A New Hope right now. The picture quality is excellent, but the film is not the same as the Special Edition version... Greedo and Han now shoot at the same time! After Han shooting first and then...
  • Visual Studio Accessibility

    Accessibility in Visual Studio

    Sara Ford , an incredibly talented tester on VS Platform, my team, recently moved over to work on testing the Visual Studio Editor . As part of this transition, she has left her role in the Visual Studio Accessibility team. As part of this transition...
  • Mike Harsh's Blog

    Is Windows Forms Dead?

    Please keep in mind that this is just my opinion and view from the trenches. It in no way represents the any official position. Over the last year, whenever we'd visit customers, the Avalon question always came up. The response we repeated over and over...
  • Visual Studio Accessibility


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