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HTML 5 intellisense and validation schema for Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Web Developer

You all probably know that new HTML 5 standard is coming. We made a new intellisense schema that you can add to VS 2008 or VWD Express 2008 and get intellisense and validation on HTML 5 elements. Note that schema is for markup only, we do not have DOM2 update for jscript intellisense yet. How to install the schema: Download attached ZIP file...

CLR-Related PDC 2009 Sessions

If you’re at PDC this year and are reading the CLR Team’s blog, there are a few sessions that might be of interest to you. ·         Future of Garbage Collection is a session by the creator of the CLR’s GC, Patrick Dussud.  Come hear him talk Wednesday at 1:00PM in ...
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How to Make the Most of Your .NET Server Code

One of our team’s field engineers recently sent a link to a Channel 9 video: Steve Michelotti of e.magination on High Performance Web Solutions. This company built a 64-bit web server that handles over 3 billion transactions a day and guarantees a 250 ms response time.  And it goes without saying that they built it on top of .NET. ...
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CLR Inside Out – Exploring the .NET Framework 4 Security Model

  The new installment of the “CLR Inside Out” column in MSDN Magazine is now available on line.  This month we have an article from Andrew Dai on Exploring the .NET Framework 4 Security Model.  This article discusses how the new .NET Framework 4 security model makes it easier to work with partially trusted code. ...
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