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Chris Gardner,

About a month ago, I was involved in a discussion1 on the App Hub Forums over threading on the Xbox 360. In order to save you the effort of digging through the forums2, I am providing a summary of the ...

Chris Gardner,

Welcome to our first XNA column. As time goes on, I'm completely open for suggestions on columns. Today, I want to talk about our old friend, the Viewport. In informal terms, the viewport is a canvas that ...

Chris Gardner,

It appears I stumbled upon a hidden IE8 "feature." Unfortunately, this was an intentional feature. Let me set the stage. I am currently working on the advanced version of the table I posted about last ...

Chris Gardner,

Microsoft keeps telling us that we should create interfaces for everything and program to them. This is all fine and dandy, but this can become a nightmare when dealing with dynamically loaded libraries. ...

Mark Treadwell,

For a period of time, I have access to both an MSDN and a TechNet subscription. Both offer Microsoft software for download. I wondered what the similarities and differences were between the two subscriptions. ...

Robert May,

Recently, I gave a presentation on Flow at Agile Executives. It was a fun meeting and a fun topic and lead to several realizations on my part. First, when Alistair Cockburn is in the audience, I get a ...

WonderOfItAll,

Poster-Comment Received a few comments on my Dreams posting and I never realized the posting was that sad/downer. I appreciate the kind words from those who commented. We've all been down a few times in ...

WonderOfItAll,

Had an amazingly funny conversation at lunch today. A fellow co-worker made such a great analogy that I just had to share. I call this, A Bucket of Stupid. Each day I come to work, I feel like I take my ...

raccoon_tim,

Microsoft isn’t the only one who seems to be pushing native computing once again. We’re now seeing Google at the same table with the current beta release of Chrome. Yes, Chrome now supports native applications ...