Monthly Archives: March 2004

Newer build of ObjectSpaces in VS.NET 2005

In contrast to what Dinesh Kulkarni, Program Manager said at the MSDN webcast, Visual Studio .NET 2005 does contain a newer build of ObjectSpaces. And that build contains many new features.Here are some highlights of what I saw in the … Continue reading

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Daily laughs and water polo

Todays daily laugh comes from the website JibJab. I need a laugh myself. We lost (again) today playing water polo to the team that is second to last. Yes, shamefully, we are last. Ah well, the first ladies won 10-4 … Continue reading

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Variable step ordinary differential equation solver

Warning: Mega-nerd stuff ahead.Way back, when I hadn’t derailed into programming yet (or did I?) I wrote a Object Oriented Visual C++ program to perform “identification” of mechanical systems. Identification is the process of determining certain parameters of a system, … Continue reading

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No updates of ObjectSpaces in Community Previews

If you watched the ADO.NET ObjectSpaces webcast on MSDN (you should be able to see a recording there in a few days), you may have noticed that the slidedeck was largely the same as the one used at the PDC (DAT410). I … Continue reading

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Community previews of Visual Studio 2005

Man, I won’t be there, but I still want to get my hands on one of the “community previews” that will be handed out at VSLive. CRN‘s Barbara Darrow reports on other things (delaying of Microsoft Business Framework), but also … Continue reading

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Some webthingies

During my Visual InterDev (Yes, back to good ol’ VS 6.0) course this week I have some time left to do browsing. One nice site that I found is through Peter Provost’s Geek Noise blog. Go check out World66 and create … Continue reading

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MSDN Webcast on ObjectSpaces tomorrow

Just found out about this today. I hope you read this in time. There’s a MSDN Webcast on ADO.NET ObjectSpaces on Wednesday, March 24th (which is tomorrow!) at 11.00 Pacific Time. For European mainland readers this will be at 20.00 … Continue reading

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