The Daily Six Pack: May 12, 2015

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Windows 10 Design Windows 10 Design: Getting the balance right, Albert Shum Other Known Issue for Diagnostics Tool window in Visual Studio 2015 RC: “The diagnostic tools failed unexpectedly”, Charles Willis Using Fiddler to monitor network traffic from the VS Emulator for Android, John Kemnetz CodeLens and

The Daily Six Pack: May 4, 2015

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Microsoft Monitors Malicious Android Apps Microsoft to monitor for malicious Android Apps to prevent them from being ported to Windows, Hemant Saxena Other Object Oriented Programming (Software Gardening - Seeds), Craig Berntson Rock Your .NET Coding Standards – Video (V8), David McCarter GitHub Inside Your Visual Studio, Phil Haack Microsoft Edge

The Daily Six Pack: July 14, 2014

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Free Ebooks 15 Free Ebooks For Mobile App Developers,  Azzief Khaliq Other Become a Social Developer (Get Involved),  Scott Hanselman The Great Works of Software, Paul Ford Largest collection of FREE Microsoft eBooks ever, Eric Ligman Formatting LINQ Statements, David McCarter Must Read Technical Books for Programmers, Santhosh B Even More Summer is

The Daily Six Pack: February 20, 2014

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Software Driven World Satya Nadella on The Future is Software, JD Meier Other Complaint-Driven Development, Jeff Atwood Introducing Bing Code Search for C#, Ala Shiban Testing Bing Code Search Visual Studio Extension (with video), Iris Classon Visual Studio Toolbox: Cross Platform Development With Xamarin, Robert Green How

The Daily Six Pack: November 15, 2013

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: New Domain Names The web is about to explode thanks to new domain names, Josh Benson Other Good News and Bad News for Windows Phone, Paul Thurrott Portable Class Libraries just got REALLY useful with new licensing changes, Scott Hanselman Free ebook: .NET Technology Guide

The Daily Six Pack: August 29, 2013

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: LogicNP Software Protect, License and Log your code with Crypto Obfuscator, CryptoLicensing and Crypto Logger, LogicNP Software Other 25 People Who Will Be 'The Next Steve Jobs', Suzanne LaBarre Four Out of Five Malware Menaces Choose Android, John Paczkowski Microsoft releases Windows 8.1 to manufacturers ahead of

The Daily Six Pack: August 19, 2013

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: InstallShield Limited Edition What’s new in Visual Studio 2013 and InstallShield Limited Edition, Visual Studio Blog Other Webinar Recording: C# Async on iOS and Android, Rich Taylor Improving NET Application Startup Speed, Jeff Martin Microsoft confirms Skype will be bundled with Windows 8.1, Mary Jo

The Daily Six Pack: August 8, 2013

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T.Dirk Strauss....Feature link: Twitter iOSTwitter for iOS and Android gets login verification, photo galleries, search improvements, and list management, Emil ProtalinskiOtherMS Office for Android Available for Download Finally, Aamir UsmanAdd Folders & Items to This PC folder in Windows 8.1, ShyamApp Studio: a

The Daily Six Pack: August 1, 2013

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A COLLECTION OF LINKS FOR LOVERS OF I.T. Dirk Strauss . . . . Feature link: Code Information Indicator Styles Changing Code Information Indicator Styles in Visual Studio 2013, Abhijit Jana Other Samsung claims innocence in face of benchmark-rigging allegations, Aaron Souppouris Office Mobile for Android Phones Preview, Paul Thurrott Shortcut Key To Change The Page Orientation In Excel 2013, Senthil

The Daily Six Pack: July 8, 2013

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Visual Studio 2013 UI changes seem imminent. This obviously means that developers of Visual Studio extensions are really going to love Microsoft after the latest change. Luckily the change isn't radical at all (not that I minded the Visual Studio 2010 UI) but I do think that the Visual Studio