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GTK Developer’s Forum: HP Technical Support liked your post “hp & GTK Computer?”

Now this is a company!  My enthusiasm in our startup venture has been heightened greatly by this unprecedented acknowledgement by our highest rated PC manufacturing company, HP.  GTK Computer Services Inc. will be working on a joint venture with HP in realizing through team collaborative development, a software based system to maintain computer performance, stability, security, intuitive user experiance and overall health.  This long awaited software has many high technology features which will heighten the end user’s experience; functionalities such as Guided Operating System Experience (GOSE), Tethered Parallel Communication Assistance (TPCA) and Direct User Assistive Leveling and Information Technologies (DUAL-IT’s)

Further technology briefs are available for interested users and developers alike; signup below for your desired information or collaboration level.  Though the development and HP collaboration phase is in  its infancy, signing up for collaboration at this level will provide developers priority in later phases of this project.  So, thank you for your interest in this article and should you desire further participation, be sure to let us know via any of the following means – have a great day!

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MSDN – Export Pages – Great Feature!

On MSDN, you can select the Export Mode, then select the pages you desire to include and thus create your own documentation reference book, if you will.  This is very helpful in tailoring your documentation to that which pertains specifically to you and your programming task(s).

Be sure to commment if you have any questions, concerns or additional information.  If you also like this feature, please be sure to comment.


Bruce - Live In New York City

Two Hearts (are better than one)

My Liking of the Song…

One reason I love this song is the energy it has, another, the emotion of the scenario, another is having met girls in this state and knowing it’s true; seeing her eyes dry; I’ve played the tough guy scenes thinking it to be the way, but the greatest reason is the part of growing up to be a man so I can begin to dream again.  The song has a lot of emotional influence, emotional jubilation and rejuvenation, it makes me happy to realize another has felt and been in the same state as I, a friend if you will.

As always, thank you Bruce for being a friend!!!!!


I went out walking the other day
Seen a little girl crying along the way
She’d been hurt so bad said she’d never love again
Someday your crying girl will end
And you’ll find once again

Two hearts are better than one
Two hearts girl get the job done
Two hearts are better than one

Once I spent my time playing tough guy scenes
But I was living in a world of childish dreams
Someday these childish dreams must end
To become a man and grow up to dream again
Now I believe in the end

Two hearts are better than one
Two hearts girl get the job done
Two hearts are better than one

Sometimes it might seem like it was planned
for you to roam empty hearted through this land
Though the world turns you hard and cold
There’s one thing mister, that I know
That’s if you think your heart is stone
And that you’re rough enough to whip this world alone
Alone buddy there ain’t no peace of mind
That’s why I’ll keep searching till I find my special one

Two hearts are better than one
Two hearts girl get the job done
Two hearts are better than one

The End

New Word: Enconsciate

Enconsciate Definition
To fully encompass and realize, usually to an interesting and surprising degree, a relationship between several facts having occurred at different points in time.

For example:
I had been smelling the pages of books for most of my life and for some strange reason, I like the smell.  During my years in college, I got a summer job at a company that made pigment, coating and paint.  A couple years after college I finally enconsciated the fact that I had received/worked at a company that created the material that coats pages in books, cards and other items of which I had a strange, abnormal liking of.  This coincidence is even more astounding than my unusual, queer liking of the book pages’ smell!


Visual Studio SDK

Visual Studio SDK

Visual Studio 2015 Other Versions

The Visual Studio SDK helps you extend Visual Studio features or integrate new features into Visual Studio. You can distribute your extensions to other users, as well as to the Visual Studio Gallery. The following are some of the ways in which you can extend Visual Studio:
Add commands, buttons, menus, and other UI elements to the IDE
Add tool windows for new functionality
Extend IntelliSense for a given language, or provide IntelliSense for new programming languages
Use light bulbs to provide hints and suggestions that help developers write better code
Enable support for a new language
Add a custom project type
Reach millions of developers via the Visual Studio Gallery
If you’ve never written a Visual Studio extension before, you should find more information about these features and at Starting to Develop Visual Studio Extensions.
Installing the Visual Studio SDK
Starting in Visual Studio 2015, you do not install the Visual Studio SDK from the download center. It is included as an optional feature in Visual Studio setup. You can also install the VS SDK later on. For more information, see Installing the Visual Studio SDK.
What’s New in the Visual Studio 2015 SDK
The Visual Studio SDK has some new features, including light bulbs and new project items that allow you to create menu commands, tool windows, and editor extensions using a VSIX package. For more information, see What’s New in the Visual Studio 2015 SDK.
Visual Studio User Experience Guidelines
Get great tips for designing the UI for your extension in Visual Studio User Experience Guidelines.
You can also learn how to make your extension look great on high DPI devices with our Addressing DPI Issues topic.
Take advantage of the Image Service and Catalog for great image management and support for high DPI and theming.
Finding and Installing Existing Visual Studio Extensions
You can find Visual Studio extensions in the Extensions and Updates dialog on the Tools menu. For more information, see Finding and Using Visual Studio Extensions. You can also find extensions in the Visual Studio Gallery
Visual Studio SDK Reference
You can find the Visual Studio SDK API reference at Visual Studio SDK Reference.
Visual Studio SDK Samples
You can find open source examples of VS SDK extensions on GitHub at Visual Studio Samples. This GitHub repo contains samples that illustrate various extensible features in Visual Studio.
Other Visual Studio SDK Resources
If you have questions about the VSSDK or want to share your experiences developing extensions, you can use the Visual Studio Extensibility Forum or the ExtendVS Group Chat.
You can find more information in the VSX Arcana blog and an number of blogs written by Microsoft MVPs:
Favorite Visual Studio Extensions
Visual Studio Extensibility
Extending Visual Studio
See Also
Creating an Extension with a Menu Command
How to: Migrate Extensibility Projects to Visual Studio 2015
FAQ: Converting Add-ins to VSPackage Extensions
Managing Multiple Threads in Managed Code
Extending Menus and Commands
Adding Commands to Toolbars
Extending and Customizing Tool Windows
Extending and Customizing Editors
Extending Projects
Extending User Settings and Options
Creating Custom Project and Item Templates
Extending Properties and the Property Window
Extending Other Parts of Visual Studio
Using and Providing Services
Extending Connected Services
Managing VSPackages
Visual Studio Isolated Shell
Shipping Visual Studio Extensions
Inside the Visual Studio SDK
Support for the Visual Studio SDK
Visual Studio SDK Reference
Export (0)
Installing the Visual Studio SDK
What’s New in the Visual Studio 2015 SDK
Visual Studio User Experience Guidelines
Finding and Installing Existing Visual Studio Extensions
Visual Studio SDK Reference
Visual Studio SDK Samples
Other Visual Studio SDK Resources
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