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  • Paul Andrew

    Feb CTP of WinFX has the same Worklfow bits

    The February CTP for WinFX came out just the other day. And the news for worflow afficionados is that the Windows Workflow Foundation build is the same as in the January CTP for WinFX. The Windows Workflow Foundation build is known as Beta 2 and is number...
  • Cloudy in Seattle

    Developer Designer Workflow

    There have been some interesting articles about Cider in the news lately: Microsoft Brews Some Cider Microsoft's Expression Could Lure Corporate Defections From Mac Beyond the Mists of Avalon One of the interesting things...
  • Alex Barnett's blog

    Safe Mashing

    Philip Richardson, PM at the Microsoft Dynamics CRM team has a thought provoking post on Mashups and security ... Come to think of it, I don't recall seeing these two words - 'security' and 'mashup' - mashed strung together...remember - safe mashing...
  • I know the answer (it's 42)

    optional arguments in C#

    <Note: Optional arguments are now available as of C# 2010 /> One of the things I missed a lot when I moved to C# is optional arguments. In C++ optional arguments are used a lot. Code as below is a common sight. void foo( int reqdParam, int optParam...
  • Kirk Evans Blog

    The Code Room

    Ya gotta check out Keith "Dot Net Daddy" Brown in The Code Room . Don't forget to pick up the Developer Security Resource Kit on your way out.
  • Public Sector Developer Weblog

    ASP.NET 2.0 "How do I" series

    The long awaited ASP.NET 2.0 "How do I" series of short videos has been posted. See Brian's post for more info: -Darryl
  • Sean McBreen's WebLog

    NZ TechEd 2006 - Good Points Peter

    Peter, I want you to know I read your blog , this response is a little late however - sorry ;) First an add – we care about Security – I know you do as well register for the Secuirty Seminar in Auckland on March 17 at the Hyatt and hear from...
  • Geek Runs Through My Veins

    Developing MSBee - Part 11

    To give you an update on MSBee's progress in sprint 2, we've already finished retargeting the CompileLicxFiles target. Now, I'm working on a prototype for the ResolveComReference task. In a later post, I'll discuss our approach and some of the issues...
  • David L's Blog

    Shiny LCD...noice!!

    My sugar daddy from Shuttle , Allen Lee sent me a 17” Flat Panel to keep my SD31P company, and OH MY GHOULIES, it rocks! So let me give you’ll the LD: 17” active-panel TFT Dual-input 8ms response SXGA 1280x1024 But...
  • Glen's old blog

    Oceans 13??? No, it's The Code Room episode 3!

    Check out my cohort Joe Stagner's latest project, finally up on MSDN. The Code Room: Vegas is all about the cat and mouse game of hacking. Watch it and you'll have nightmares about SQL injection attacks in your own systems!
  • All things tech

    The Code Room: Hacking Las Vegas

    " The Code Room: Hacking Las Vegas " is a mini-movie slash seminar that shows in a fun (and slightly cheesy) way the real impact of security vulnerabilities in web application code. In this edition a group of hackers steal $400,000 dollars by exploiting...
  • Okoboji: a lake, a mythical university, Kevin Moore's blog

    WPF ListView Rocks!

    No control in our library demonstrates the power of WPF more than ListView. It is the example of how element composition can be leveraged to make amazingly beautiful and amazingly flexible experiences. Check out the inaugural post from our friends...
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