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George Clingerman,

Been a busy week for me, wish it was full of XNA stuff and that is why I’m busy (and that the notes are late…again) but not the case. I’m just going to have to figure out a better way of integrating the ...

MarkPearl,

Ever since I began programming in c++ I have gotten confused with how pointers work. I understand why they are there and why they can be useful, but in my managed world I really don’t like touching them… ...

Pete Vidler,

I had forgotten that this blog even existed and am impressed that it has remained up so long. In any case, I now have a new site located at petevidler.com, which I am occasionally updating. Oh, and I'm ...

Robert May,

He who fails to plan, plans to fail. – unknown In many ways, one of the most dreaded tasks of every iteration is the Sprint Planning Meeting. This meeting is a very important meeting, but many, many things ...

Chris Haaker,

I know – where the heck is the Day One post? I will have to post that legacy post later. I am moving on with the current day. Day one was packed with activities to say the least, capped off with a wonderful ...

Michael Freidgeim,

In many scenarios I found useful to store data in FromToRange template class. It is more descriptive than generic Tuple Class /// <summary> /// Summary description for FromToRange. /// </summary> ...

George Clingerman,

This has been a fantastic week of XNA activity and news. Standing ovation the the XNA Team for the interaction they’ve been having with the community as well as the new features they’ve been rolling out ...

JoshReuben,

I recently read an informative and succint book - A mathematician Plays the Market, by John Allen Paulos. Heres my summary of key points: Behavioral finance · Anticipating other's anticipations · A trading ...

juanlarios,

This past week the company I work for re-launched our external facing internet site, all powered by SharePoint 2010. I already blogged about it, but have you ever wondered, what does it take to build a ...

George Clingerman,

It’s not often I let my personal life creep into affecting the things I’m involved in and doing. I usually let my hobbies kind of get me through the tough parts. And while I’ve been having fun distracting ...

Jason Ulloa,

Luego de varios días de trabajo pesado, nuevamente tengo tiempo para publicar en mi blog. Para este post trataré de dar respuesta a una pregunta que se genera constantemente en los foros de MSDN, como ...