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Joel Bennett

Visual Studio Extensibility Team Blog (home of Visual Studio Shell) - 0 views

    This is the main blog for following the development of the new Visual Studio Shell extensibility kit that lets you create apps within visual studio or as standalone apps with a visual studio ... shell ;-)
Joel Bennett

TFS (VS 2008 and .NET 3.5 SP1) ... Beta - bharry's blog - 0 views

    A Preview of what's new in Team Foundation Server 2008 with SP1 ... this SP1 thing is shaping up to be a major release...
Joel Bennett

Unit Testing Rules From the Rules Engine - MikeWo's Musings - 0 views

    In this episode of DotNetNuggets, Mike Wo introduces a way to unit test individual rules in a Windows Workflow Foundation solution ...
Joel Bennett

Sara Ford's WebLog - 0 views

    A blog from one of the (now Open Source) Power Toys devs, lots of Visual Studio tipes, and more.
Joel Bennett

Future Focus I: Dynamic Lookup - Charlie Calvert - MSDN Blogs - 0 views

    A look at how C# 4.0 may add support for interfacing with dynamic languages.
Joel Bennett

Textile.NET - CodePlex - 0 views

    "Textile.NET is, surprisingly, a textile formatter for .NET projects. Textile is a "human web text generator" ( that is useful for rapid web writings such as Wiki syntax or blog articles"
Joel Bennett

Branch-Per-Feature Source Control. Part 2: How (Theory) - LosTechies - 0 views

    This is Part 2. If you don't know WHY you'd want to do Branch-Per-Feature, you should read Part 1 ( )
wolf hesse

The life of a computer programmer blog - Code Justin - Programmer Career - 0 views

shared by wolf hesse on 29 Jun 09 - Cached
    A blog about everything dealing with my journey into computer programming. Outlining all the details of my programmer career, projects, and life.
David Corking

Occasionally sane - 0 views

    Blog from a recent convert to Clojure
Joel Bennett

Using Speech Synthesis in .NET 4 and Windows 7 - POKE 53280,0: Pete Brown's Blog - 3 views

    A little bit of the "what's new" in System.Speech 4.0
Matteo Spreafico

SqlClient Default Protocol Order - ADO.NET team blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs - 0 views

  • By default, SqlClient attempts to make the connection using the following protocol order[1]: Shared Memory TCP/IP Named Pipes
Joel Bennett

OMG Ponies!!! (Aka Humanity: Epic Fail) - Jon Skeet: Coding Blog - 7 views

    How the simple things (like time zones, daylight savings, culture and unicode) manage to make the job of a software developer painful.
Andrey Karpov

Test trivial code - 0 views

    A few days ago, Robert C. Martin posted a blog post on The Pragmatics of TDD, where he explains that he doesn't test-drive everything. Some of the exceptions he give, such as not test-driving GUI code and true one-shot code, make sense to me, but there are two exceptions I think are inconsistent. Robert C. Martin states that he doesn't test-drive

How to Talk to Clients if You Want to Get Hired - 0 views

    The days when blogging was just a hobby of teenagers are gone; now, even entrepreneurs want to have their own blogs, but do you know how to talk to clients? What does this mean to freelance web designers? It means that there are a lot of people out there who are willing to spend money on a custom design for their blogs. How can you impress these potential clients and get lucrative jobs? Talk to your potential clients about what is important to THEM!

7 Excellent Treehouse Blog Posts - 0 views

    My sponsor Treehouse has not only an excellent video tutorial service, but also an insightful blog. I wanted to feature a few of the posts I found most useful -- hopefully you get something out of them!

Picking the right communication protocol for your game | App42 PaaS Backend as a Service Blog - 0 views

    One of the most essential components of building a multiplayer game is the communication between players. Picking the right protocol for your game is crucial and impacts your game's architecture and performance.
Mandeep Bajar

Synchronizing Game Physics in Multiplayer Games | AppWarp - 0 views

    "In the previous blog post, we learned how one should plan and build the game architecture to reduce the network load and to use network resource in a more optimized way. It particularly talked about the game physics involved in multiplayer games. "
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Pooja Runija

How Drones Are The New Gateway For App Developers? | Blog - 0 views

    In our childhood we all had flew remote airplanes which were a very common toy of those days. Now a day this remote airplane is coming with advanced technology features like sensors, monitors, chips, battery backup etc. and named as 'Drone'. Now after the IoT, Drones are so new which is typically tracked by mobile industry market research to shape up the new ways of users and app developers.
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