Monthly Archives: November 2006

Outside of development world: First snow in Redmond. Silence in MS campus.

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Beautiful weather today (23 F, after 2 years I little bit used to non metric weather scale). Sun is shinning, snow on trees.  Today I understand that I am missing normal Moscow winter, when snow is not melting after 5 minutes on ground. Microsoft Redmond campus looks very empty, everybody decided to use this day as additional   …Continue Reading


ScottGu's Blog : Tip/Trick: How to Register User Controls and Custom Controls in Web config

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 Today Scott published another tip/trick asp.net post about adding references to user controls. I highly recommend you to subscribe to his blog. Link to ScottGu’s Blog : Tip/Trick: How to Register User Controls and Custom Controls in Web.config Tweet


Sandcastle – DotNet Framework documentation generator

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Today I found interesting CTP announcement from Microsoft – Sandcastle. Enjoy new framework for building msdn style documentation. I used NDOC in my previous projects, so it will be nice to compare new MS documentation generation framework with NDOC.  Ah Microsoft, we wait this product two long. I hope it will be well integrated to   …Continue Reading


Coding MetaWeblog API: RSSStorage xml file example is now part of MetaBlogAPI.zip

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Hi, I updated  MetaBlogAPI.zip to include example of  rss xml storage file. This zip archive contains sample files  for my first 🙂 and latest article Coding blog engine with MetaWeblog API support and using it with Windows Live Writer. This article describes how using C# build your own rss engine with MetaWeblog API support. Tweet


Windows Vista, .NET Framework 3.0 Runtime and Windows SDK Downloads

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Microsoft released .NET Framework 3.0. I think many developers not finished migration to .NET 2.0  yet and we already have new bits :). I love it –  new stuff to explore.   .NET Framework 3.0 With the exception of Windows Vista (which by default includes the .NET Framework 3.0), all operating systems require you to install   …Continue Reading