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  • Tim Sneath

    Presentations: Balancing Slides and Code

    At Microsoft UK we run at least one free developer event a week on average, catering for all levels of skill from novice to expert. Over several years of delivering presentations at these events, I've built up an array of presentations on different aspects...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    Another Resume Tip

    Gosh darn it! I can’t keep up with Gretchen. Do you think it has something to do with that English degree? Anywho, Gretchen and I were chatting about her recent post when another thought on resumes came up. We see a lot of people that put their...
  • Microsoft's JobsBlog

    A guy named Paul: "The best jobs are given to people without a resume."

    This comment was left by a guy named Paul on Scoble's blog in reference to my recent resume writing post . (By the way, I tried to leave a few comments on Scoble's blog over the weekend, but my comments never posted.) :( Back to Paul's comment...
  • Tim Sneath

    Windows XP Service Pack 2 RC1 Now Available

    Following on from the discussion earlier in the month about Windows XP Service Pack 2 changes, we've now posted the first Release Candidate on the web for download. The good news is that it's available to everyone, MSDN subscriber or not, so you've now...
  • Randy Holloway at Microsoft

    Longhorn UI Backlash?

    Mike G., a person I respect tremendously, slams Scoble for his comments on the Longhorn UI . I think I'm somewhere in the middle of this discussion. While I do tire a little of all of this Longhorn UI discussion , I do think that the big breakthroughs...
  • .NET Banana

    List of .NET and SQL Server User Groups in MD, DC, VA, WV, PA, DE

    Delaware Philadelphia .NET is a large, vibrant group who cover mostly advanced .NET topics. (Typical attendance 100). DelMarVa .NET is a small group in Ocean City, MD. (Typical attendance 8-10). Maryland ASP Rockville is one of the two local...
  • Yves Dolce

    Exceptions in C++ : asynchronous and synchronous model.

    Last week, I had to investigate this topic so here I'm sharing a couple of related links I found valuable: - Exception Handling: Default Synchronous Exception Model . - Brandon Bray on : /Og and exception handling...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    NUNIT and Code Coverage Usage

    Two topics I’d been asked to cover were tackled today. Gunnar explains “How to Shoot Yourself in the Foot With Code Coverage ”. Some choice quotes that I have also found to be truisms: To efficiently use any of this a time...
  • John Lawrence (MSFT)

    New log analysis tools in Microsoft Speech Application SDK

    As I mentioned in my last post , we've been working on some tools to analyze and report against the copious logs that are generated by the Microsoft Speech Server. What started as a bit of a stretch goal for us to at least have something in the product...
  • Just Coding

    NUnit From VS

    Last week I found the best VS+NUnit add in I know until now: It works great, however I got some errors related to the credentials of the process running your test fixtures (I was trying to find a certificate...
  • Fabulous Adventures In Coding

    Revenge of The Cycle Detector

    Mike Schinkel takes even longer to get to the point than I do, and that's saying something! Mike tells a long story about another application of partial order sorts , and asks how to modify the partial order sort algorithm so that it has a new property...
  • John Lawrence (MSFT)

    2 days to Microsoft Speech Server launch event at SpeechTek

    It's been a long time since I posted. My excuse is that we've been in crunch mode working hard to get everything ready for the launch this week. At one point in the product cycle I had mistakenly thought that things were well under control and that...
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