What am I posting?

I have gotten into a habit recently of "blognoting" as I go through the feeds, all 80+ of them.

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Smart Application Layouts in WinForms 2.0

There is a new paper published over on MSDN that looks to be very interesting. I need a good side project to sink my teeth into while I am busy writing specs and design documents at work during the day. Maybe this article will generate some ideas.

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Escape from Cubicle Nation, The Book

I am ready to buy Pamela Slim's book as soon as I can place an order.

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Advice from Petzold on Writing

Charles Petzold offers from advice to an aspiring writer.

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Continuous Integration and Dell Laptops

This is too cool.

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Scoblenalysis of Impending Developer Wars

On of my favorite bloggers to follow, Robert Scoble, provides an interesting and lengthy analysis of what he sees as impending forces that will swell into some form of "Developer Wars".

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Enterprise Architecture and Being Solution Oriented

Nick Malik hits the nail right on the head with this post. This doesn't just apply to architects but to most of IT (barring Testers, of course). That being said, it is vital for the architect to be excellent at **_problem definitionsolution proposal and *.

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Blog from Word 2007

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Use GMail as a Windows Drive

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.NET 3.0 Whitepaper Clears Confusion

According to Alian, the name change of WinFX to .NET 3.0 has caused some confusion among Microsoft customers. I haven't seen this in my limited scope as a developer/architect in a Microsoft-centric shop, however, most of our folks are still trying to make the move from 1.1 to 2.0 so this might not even be on the radar for most.

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