Brian Johnson works with BizSpark Startups on the East Coast of the United States. For more information about the BizSpark program you can go to http://bizspark.com.
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Chris Gray - Building your own home serverChris Gray, a developer in the Windows Server team (yes, we've seen Chris before in the Windows CE videos) shows how to use managed code running on a Windows Mobile device to upload photo's from a Pocket PC to a home server - the demo shows the back end 'server' code and the code running on the device.Video length: 00:28:46.
I call this cooking because this one comes off like a cooking show. A little bit of this and a little bit of that and you end up with something really cool. :)
I should mention that if you want to do this kind of stuff, you follow good security practices. Check out this book for information:
Improving Web Application Security: Threats and Countermeasures
VS Editor Zoom: Workspace HomeJust like Words zoom control, adjusting the value of this control will increase or decrease the font size in the Visual Studio Editor.
Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2003 Support
Microsoft Win32 to Microsoft .NET Framework API MapThis article identifies the Microsoft .NET Framework version 1.0 or 1.1 APIs that provide similar functionality to Microsoft Win32 functions. One or more relevant .NET Framework APIs are shown for each Win32 function listed. The intended audience for this article is experienced Win32 developers who are creating applications or libraries based on the Microsoft .NET Framework, but anyone looking for a managed counterpart for a Win32 function could find this document useful.
Thanks to Steve for the head's up.
Update: I thought this was updated, but I made a mistake on the year. It's still a great resource. :)
Protect Against Exploit Code Related to Security Bulletin MS05-009 Microsoft is aware of exploit code available on the Internet that seeks to exploit an issue addressed this week by the update released with Microsoft Security Bulletin MS05-009. Microsoft is not currently aware of any active attack utilizing this code or any customer impact. We will continue to actively monitor the situation and provide updated customer information and guidance as necessary. Our investigation of this exploit code has verified that it does not affect users who have installed the MS05-009 update for both Microsoft Windows and MSN Messenger. Microsoft continues to recommend customers apply the MS05-009 updates to the affected products by enabling Automatic Updates in Windows as well as installing the updated version of MSN Messenger.