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Using iMate SP5 With VS05
It was a little tricky, but Rohan figured it out.
Why I Hate Debug.Assert

I've seen a ton of articles talking about how great Debug.Assert is. I hate it.,guid,976a0613-da9b-433e-b909-07d37ce407b2.aspx

Splitting Properties Between Header And Implementation Files In C++/CLI

I couldn't find this documented anywhere, so I wrote something up at,guid,2b8da6f3-a6dc-452d-8b3d-430077bff249.aspx.

HOWTO: Getting Fired From Your Spokesperson Job,guid,a7715be0-8ccc-4556-bb71-b90a1aeb8608.aspx
Coding4Fun & VS Express Hit Fortune Magazine,15114,1061773-2,00.html

Congrats to Brian Keller for landing the terms "my mom", "watch a video", and "RFID reader" in the same quote

Why Navigation Is *HUGE* In Avalon,guid,94b5d612-526d-41de-a755-4d01f79731ee.aspx
Microsoft's Flip Flop On HB1515 & Why I'm Against Some Anti-Discrimination Laws,guid,99f51f75-03db-43fe-8fc3-a8ff5fdd7225.aspx
.NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2 Install Note

Reposted from,guid,61c4573c-251a-4098-a8c1-913cef72193b.aspx:

If you're installing the .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2 on an NT-based machine (NT, Win2K, XP, Windows Server 2003) then you'll need to have MSI 3.0 installed.

If you're installing the .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2 on an 9x-based machine (98, 98SE, ME) then you'll need to have MSI 2.0 installed. This is necessary since MSI 3.0 only supports NT-based platforms.

You can figure out which one is installed by looking at the major number from [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{000C101D-0000-0000-C000-000000000046}\DllVersion].

Error 2908 Happens To Be PEBCAK More Often Than Not,guid,321e924a-86d0-4d8c-bbfb-c22acab664dd.aspx
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