I was going to do a WPF/E post, then I wasn’t, then I was. Then I came across WPF/E Pad and realized this thing is too cool to not post about. So here it is in a nutshell, along with a few links to other posts.
Clarius Consulting recently shipped the December CTP of the Software Factories Toolkit. I have not yet looked at the product, but the demos look quite impressive. Basically SFT is positioning itself as the bridge between DSL Tools and GAT (Guidance Authoring Toolkit) development.
Daniel Moth has done a nice post on the features Vista provides for managed developers. Check it our here.
Rick O’Dell and Phil C. both emailed solutions for XP (Yes it happens in XP as well) and Vista that will prevent alternate streams from being saved period.
Open a cmd window.
Goto: User Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components >
If you are like me and using IE7 then you have probably ran into more than a handful of sites that don’t recognize your browser. In some cases this doesn’t cause any problems, though in others it can be quite problematic.
Let me clarify that although this post is actually taking place only several hours after my previous post on “Diving in to workflow”. In actuality that last post is reflective of a state I was in weeks ago that I just never got around to posting due to an internal project that was monopolizing my time.
One of the great things about this job is that I get to work with a ton of product groups at Microsoft. In just one year I’ve worked with the .NET 3.0, ASP.NET 2.0, ASP.NET AJAX, SharePoint, VSTO, Windows Mobile, and SQL Server teams to name a few.
We just shipped Collection 5150: Developing Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Applications using Microsoft Visual Studio 2005.
This 12 hour collection teaches how to develop, deploy and maintain Windows Mobile 5.0 applications. These courses will also prepare candidates for exam 70-540: TS: Microsoft® Windows Mobile –