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EmbeddedInsider,

I just revisited the “Micro Framework”- Microsoft’s bootable runtime, essentially an OS that allows managed code to run on small 32bit CPUs, even without Memory Management. Things are happening http://msdn.microsoft.com/e... ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: Upgrading Visual Studio 2010I have been running Visual Studio 2010 as my main development studio on my development computer since the RC was released. I need to upgrade that to the RTM, but ...

Blog Author,

.NET Rocks!! is going on the road again in honor of the release of VS2010, and here are the details: Carl and Richard are loading up the DotNetMobile (a 30 foot RV) and driving to your town again to show ...

Aaron Kowall,

Got an email this morning.(yes I checked and it wasn’t an April Fools joke) congratulating me on becoming a Microsoft MVP. I’ve been working with and among MVP’s for quite a while and quite frankly felt ...

mroberts,

At my workplace .Net developers get pretty much the same equipment. A decent Dell workstation / Desktop, mine is a Dell Precision 390. One dual core 2.40 GHz. Eight GB RAM. Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit. ...

Dane Morgridge,

I have been working on a few client app projects in my spare time that need to persist small amounts of data and have been looking for an easy to use embedded database. I really like db4o but I'm not wanting ...

Martin Hinshelwood,

*Moved to: Scott Guthrie in GlasgowLast week Scott Guthrie was in Glasgow for his new Guathon tour, which was a roaring success. Scott did talks on the new features in Visual Studio 2010, Silverlight 4, ...

Richard Jones,

So I blatantly got this idea from the MIX 10 event. At MIX they held a rockband talent competition type thing (I’m not quite sure of all the details). But the interesting part for me is how they collected ...

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Not sure why this hasn’t been covered yet on the blogosphere, but yesterday at Microsoft 2008 Launch Event, Tom Brokaw gave a ~15 minute monologue about technology to introduce Steve Ballmer , the plight ...

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It seems that the server on which this blog is hosted was experiencing problems over the weekend, so I’m sorry that my recap was not posted sooner. Ending the week with a fun night at Universal Orlando ...