.NET Shared Source

Microsoft is making source code for the .Net Framework available to interested developers under its Shared Source license, the company announced on October 3. Microsoft will be rolling out the .Net code piecemeal, after scrubbing comments. It plans to start with the .Net Base Class Libraries, ASP.Net, Windows Forms, ADO.Net, XML (System.XML) and the Windows…

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new Zunes, small, large and cooler colors

You know I thought the new Zune’s would be cooler 🙂 Well they kinda are, I wish they would be touch screen, and I hope the software is updated.  So this last weekend I used my Brown Zune quite a lot driving thru the Olympic Peninsula. A really beautiful part of Washington by the way. But…

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.NET open source?

Well not quite 🙂 But you can at least see the code which will help with debugging! Something good for developers today from Microsoft. They’re releasing up the source code for the .NET Framework libraries. They aren’t open sourcing it because you can’t modify or distribute the source, but it’s going to give developers some…

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