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    Computer says ...

    OK, so this is a bit of a gimmick, but the geek in me couldn't resist it (I made some excuse to myself about striving for greater accessibility). There's now a link on my blog page to get a podcast of this blog read to you in glorious speech-synthesizer...
  • Geek Runs Through My Veins

    Developing MSBee - Part 7

    The first week of the first MSBee sprint has been very fruitful. The MSBee code and its unit tests are just about FxCop clean. Additionally, I've had time to investigate different infrastructures for our scenario tests. Some things I've learned over the...
  • MSDN Online Media Blog

    Source Fource Episode 1

    As you probably already know the Source Fource is here now. You too can get your own MSDN Webcast Guy by attending Webcasts (what a novel concept) :). Next month, we'll be unveiling another one of his buddies....
  • AdamU's WebLog

    Windows Live Local - Virtual Earth

    I was playing around with Virtual Earth on Windows Live Local, and they've recently added a bird's eye view to the mapping software. Here's a bird's eye view of my building on the Microsoft campus.
  • Rob Caron

    Coming Soon - Team Foundation Server Permission Manager Tool

    Hey, Kannan Sundararajan has started blogging and promises some good things to come. In particular, a tool for to make it easier to manage permissions across Team Foundation Server, which is cause for celebration by itself. I am currently working...
  • All things tech

    Security Professionals' Salary Survey

    As I work in Information Security; sometimes I get asked questions around what certifications, if any, are worthwhile. I recently completed the CISSP certification & found it worthwhile. There is a lot of material to cover which is all relevant in...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    a tune for the geeks

    Friday amusement - a tune for the geeks . Via Zeo .
  • Kannan

    Team Foundation Server

    “How well is the project going?” is a question too often asked to a first line manager that several of them spend hours to collect the data so that they can present it to their VP or manager. Quite often organizations end up having one system for...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Correction: Geek dinner, Seattle / Redmond, Feb 3

    Update, just realised the dinner is February 3 (that's a Friday). Frank pinged me to let me know he's in Redmond for a few days in early Feb. He suggested we get a geek dinner together - great idea! So that's it. Date is February 4 3 (that's a Friday...
  • Life as a Developer

    Server/Client Javascripting, and Windows SDK Shipped (Party Time)

    One of my most productive days yet! The file input window is finished, properly storing valid files in sessions, and I've started moving the main data entry form away from server-side MultiViews and autoPostback controls and back to old-school client...
  • Tasks and Time Management in Outlook

    A word about subtasks

    Let me start by saying that the next version of Outlook 12 will not have sub-tasks. However, there are some new ways around this. First, categories will be much more prominent, and people can use categories as the headers of their projects, for example...
  • UACBlog

    Identification of Administrative Applications

    Welcome to another installment of the Windows Vista UAC Blog! Let’s dig a little deeper into the area of how Windows Vista knows which applications need to run with administrator privileges. We’ll use the term “Elevation” to describe the process by...
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