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Interesting Finds: March 26, 2008 March 26, 2008

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Jeff Atwood – Revisiting The Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering
Matt Moore – 10 Ways to Improve Your Programming Productivity
Jakob Neilsen – Top 10 Application Design Mistakes
Jason McDonald – GoF Design Patterns Quick Reference

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Interesting Finds: March 25, 2008 March 25, 2008

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Roy Osherove – Every Build They Break
Mark Russinovich – RunAs Shell Extension
Marlon Grech – Creating a File Explorer in WPF using MVC+M

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Interesting Finds: March 15, 2008 March 15, 2008

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Tim Jarrett – The Ribbon: A Study in Good Product Design Practices
Daniel Cazzulino – How to hide System.Object members from your interfaces
Jason Calacaniz – Large monitor productivity…
.Net Adventures – PowerCommands Addin for Visual Studio 2008
Scott Sehlhorst – Uncovering Requirements With UML Class Diagrams Part 2
Jeff Atwood – A Question of Programming Ethics

Interesting Finds: March 12, 2008 March 12, 2008

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MSDN – Guidelines: Designing with Windows Presentation Foundation
CodeProject – Creating an Outlook Navigation Pane using a WPF TabControl
MSDN – New Release of the Windows SDK
OnStartups – Business Lessons from Blue Man: The Why To Guide
The Best Article Every Day – 20 Websites That Made Me A Better Web Developer

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Interesting Finds: March 3, 2008 March 3, 2008

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Chris Bowen – “Essential WCF” on the Shelves!
Scott Sehlhorst – Ask A Good Product Manager
CodeProject – WPF Diagram Designer – Part 3
Jeff Atwood – Actual Performance, Perceived Performance
Nathan Weinberg – Free 2 Gigabyte USB Drive From Microsoft
Daniel Cazzulino – PowerCommands for VS2008
Steve Eichert – The key to improving your agile process is the Retrospective

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