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  • Windows Core Networking

    Advances in Windows Vista TCP/IP

    The Windows Vista TCP/IP stack has made tremendous improvements in its efficiency, taking full advantage of hardware advances (e.g. gigabit networking). As explained by Murari in a previous posting (Advances in Windows TCP/IP Networking), there are a number of bottlenecks that affect TCP throughput. Here, I will give some examples of how we’ve addressed these bottlenecks in the Windows Vista TCP/IP stack....
  • Stephen Toub


    With the June 2006 issue of MSDN Magazine online as of today, I now have 30 articles published on MSDN. I figure that's a good time for a recap. Here are the articles and the user-submitted ratings information for each (as of this morning). ...
  • IRhetoric - Karsten Januszewski

    MIX Sessions Posted -- More on the My Yahoo Prototype

    If you haven't heard, all of the MIX sessions are now posted. Definitely check out Darren David's talk on building the The North Face prototype -- lots of good info there. With these sessions live, it also gives me a chance to talk about one of the...
  • Gabriele Castellani blog

    Windows Vista Webcast Series

    Come segnalato da Marco domani inizieremo una serie di webcast di approfondimento su Windows Vista e WinFx che proseguirà fino a fine Luglio (probabilmente anche oltre). Se volete maggiori informazioni abbiamo creato una sezione del sito MSDN dedicata...
  • Espresso Fueled Agile Development

    p&p Team Space

    Today, I only have time for a short note. Rather than do anything technical, I figured I let people in on what is going on in p&p. A while back, Darrell Snow mentioned the new team-oriented collaboration space that the patterns & practices...
  • Joe Stagner - Frustrated by Design !

    I'm presenting at New York PHP CON in June

    I'll be presenting at The New York PHP Conference and Expo 2006 in June. I'll be talking about running PHP on Windows and integrating VB, COM, and .NET with PHP. If you'll be there and you would like to connect, please ping me though the "contact...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    New hire into our group - James Whittaker

    I’m pleased to announce, actually I’m *thrilled* to announce, that James Whittaker has joined our group. James is a well-known author and speaker on software testing and security. He most recently worked as a professor of computer science at Florida Tech...
  • Aali's blog

    Imagine Cup Nordic: And the winners are...

    The judges ended up with the following ranking: Mediwatch - Norway Interactive hospital - Denmark Fitaware - Finland So, a disappointment from the Finnish point of view, but I have to say that all of the contestants showed a great deal...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Good Comments on Source Code Release Best Practices

    I asked for feedback on keys to successful source releases and it’s started to trickle in. I figured I’d post what we’ve heard so far. Will says that communication is key : “Along the lines of your "Experts" point - it might...
  • devi's blog

    Mix06 Videos

    Microsoft has posted videos from all sessions at Mix06. These include demos of Expression Web Designer among other cool demonstrations and keynotes. Lynda Weinman & Wayne Smith...
  • Windows Mobile Team Blog

    Countdown to MEDC

    MEDC is almost here! This year I'm giving a talk on the Windows Mobile security model, which has traditionally been a source of much confusion both inside and outside Microsoft. So if you've ever wondered why you can't run -- or debug -- your app on a...
  • scooblog by josh ledgard

    Good hire by Sandy & Crew... Yag goes to work on Communities

    Yag, a fixture in the foxpro/data community, has decided to take on the challenge of architecting community platform infrastructure at Microsoft. This means that he’ll get to hear at lot more of my griping and brain farts than he did when he was...
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