Rip it with Visual Studio Ultimate: UML, Part 1 of few, several, or many

  Ok, over the next few, several, or many blog entries, I  hope to demonstrate how to use the UML tools in Visual Studio Ultimate and how to use these tools to validate your project. (Note that I moved the blog titled to the correct blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/socalsurf ) UML: Unified Modeling Language Level of proficiency…

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As a Student why should I give a rip about Visual Studio Ultimate

  First, off, if you are a student taking Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM), and your school isn’t a member of MSDNAA, then you are losing out.  Through MSDNAA, your school has access for the students in the STEM classes have access to most of the products made by Microsoft.  There are few exceptions:…

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My USB FAT32 Drive won’t format

All right, I just spent 30 minutes trying to figure out why my USB drive won’t format.  It was simple, I had ReadyBoost turned on.  Go to properties, select the ReadyBoost tab and turn it off.  Now you should be able to format if you are in Vista or Win7. If it doesn’t format now…

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