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  • Blog Post: Coming Soon! MSDN Developer Conference (MDC)

    Coming soon, to a city near you. I'll be speaking at the Orlando event. :) MSDN Developer Conference (MDC) Building on the buzz, excitement, and industry-changing announcements of the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) , the MSDN Developer Conference (MDC) will deliver the core message...
  • Blog Post: Application Deployment Meetings at the PDC

    Doc Holladay has posted an invitation from Barak Cohen for an ISV event at the PDC to isvchalktalk.com. Get the details here: PDC2005: Deployment Technology Design Review invitation I just got a note from Barak who is a BDM (Business Development Manager) in the Developer Division about a deployment...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Brings .NET to Katrina Relief Effort

    Good story in eWeek about some of the Microsoft efforts around Katrina. Microsoft Brings .NET to Katrina Relief Effort A group of Microsoft technologists quickly deployed to contribute their time and talent to the relief effort, and decided to develop a Web site and supporting applications to...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2005 Launch Information

    DevDiv VP Somasegar has posted information about the Visual Studio 2005 launch. Check it out here: Visual Studio 2005 update We are now about 77 days from the November 7, 2005 launch of Visual Studio 2005, one of the most significant releases in the history of the Developer Division. We have been...
  • Blog Post: Information on Win32/Zotob.A

    Stepto posted information today around the Win32/Zotob.A worm. Here's a link to his post: Guidance pages and information on Worm:Win32/Zotob.A Ok, earlier this morning we activated our Software Security Incident Reponse Process to respond to a malicious attack known as Worm:Win32/Zotob.A. Our investigation...
  • Blog Post: Absolute Beginner's Series Posted

    Kent has just finished posting the Absolute Beginner's Video Series on Visual Studio 2005 Express (VB and C#). You can check them out here: Absolute Beginner's Video Series to Visual Studio 2005 Express Editions This video series is designed specifically for individuals who are interested in learning...
  • Blog Post: WinFX Beta 1 SDK Available

    In my ongoing effort to link to every SDK in the world, here's the WinFX Beta 1 SDK for your coding pleasure. Microsoft® WinFX ™ Software Development Kit for Microsoft® Pre-Release Windows Operating System Code-Named "Longhorn", Beta 1 Web Setup The WinFX SDK contains documentation, samples and tools...
  • Blog Post: Meltdown 2005 Slides are Up

    Update: I changed the name of the file because I left a space in it when I first posted it. This was causing download problems. Hopefully the new link will fix. Sorry for the inconvenience. In the middle of this crazy Windows Vista beta launch, I was able to attend Meltdown this week. This is a great...
  • Blog Post: Windows Vista Developer Center is Live!

    After a flurry of hard work by people from all over Microsoft, we propped the Windows Vista Developer Center today. Get the details here: Microsoft Windows Vista Developer Center Windows Vista introduces breakthroughs in user experience, security and reliability, enabling you to build applications...
  • Blog Post: Can you Spot the Bug?

    Microsoft Product Manager for Developer Security Rick Samona , with the help of Foundstone , has created a new feature for the Security Developer Center called Spot the Bug. The way this works is that Rick will post a new bug in his blog every so often and you can take a shot at guessing the bug in the...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft .NET Framework Benchmark Testing Terms Updated

    This month, we've updated the testing terms for .NET Framework benchmarks. Here's a link to the details: Microsoft .NET Framework Benchmark Testing Terms The right to disclose the results of any benchmark test of the Microsoft .NET Framework has been modified. The new provision included with this...
  • Blog Post: Tech-Ed 2005 Orlando Webcasts Online

    If you missed Tech-Ed in Orlando, many of the sessions are now available online. Check out the site here: Tech-Ed 2005 Webcast Series Did you miss a breakout session at Microsoft Tech·Ed 2005 in Orlando, Florida, or have co-workers who could not attend? Tune in to our "best of" Tech·Ed...
  • Blog Post: Patterns and Practices Live

    I wasn't aware that the Patterns and Practices group was doing a regular weekly webcast. You can get the details here: Patterns and Practices Live Let's face it, some webcasts are just plain boring while others are nothing but fluff. There's one thing you can say for sure about our webcasts - they...
  • Blog Post: CLR Profiler for .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2

    We just posted this last night. CLR Profiler for the .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2 Analyze and improve the behavior of your managed applications with the CLR Profiler. This version of the CLR Profiler was built especially for the .NET Framework 2.0 Beta 2.
  • Blog Post: patterns and practices Security Wiki

    The PAG team has a new security wiki up on Channel 9. Check it out here: Welcome to the patterns & practices Security Wiki Welcome to the patterns & practices Security Wiki. This is where we think out loud. Here youll find emerging practices, guidance for application scenarios, security engineering...
  • Blog Post: See Steve Ballmer's Tech-Ed 2005 Keynote

    Don't miss Steve Ballmer's Tech-Ed 2005 Keynote on Monday. Here are the details and link: Steve Ballmer Tech·Ed 2005 Keynote: "Delivering New Value to the Business" Orlando, Florida June 6, 2005, 9:00 A.M. Eastern, 6:00 A.M. Pacific Time Keynoting Microsoft's largest annual technology education...
  • Blog Post: Matt is looking for a few good strategists

    Or at least two. Read all about it here: Wanted: MSDN Content Strategists I currently have two open positions here at MSDN for Content Strategists that can potentially cover the following technologies: Longhorn, the .NET Framework, C#, Smart Clients and Web Services. You don't have to be an expert...
  • Blog Post: Public Symbols for Beta 2

    CLR PUM Jason Zander has posted information about the availability of debug symbols for Beta 2. If you haven't used the symbol server before in your debugging, this post is a good introduction to getting started doing that. Check it out here: Public Symbols for Beta 2 Now Posted ...The symbols...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2005 Express Edition Beta 2 Help Fix

    I actually found this download via ActiveWin . Here's the scoop: The download "repairs access to .NET Framework Reference help content in Visual Studio 2005 Express Edition Beta 2." Visual Studio 2005 Express Edition Beta 2 Help Fix The Beta 2 Visual Studio 2005 Express Editions shipped with an issue...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 and 2.0 (Beta) Compatibility

    Today we posted new content around .NET Framework version compatibility. Here's a link to the primary document: Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 and 2.0 (Beta) Compatibility The Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 builds on the success of the Microsoft .NET Framework 1.0 and 1.1 to provide the best runtime environment...
  • Blog Post: Got Threat Model?

    JD let Kent and me know that PAG has published some new guidance around threat modeling. Threat modeling is more difficult than it might seem at first, but this guidance makes it a lot easier by helping you narrow down what it is you need to protect yourself against. Threat Modeling Web Applications...
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