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  • .NET Security Blog

    PDC '05: Developer Powered

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    I'll be heading down to Los Angeles this Sunday to take part in my first PDC. I'm going to spend most of my time in the Fundamentals Track Lounge. I'll also be celebrating my birthday at the Ask the Experts on Thursday from 6:30-9:00 (and hopefully celebrating...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Bill Gates chats with Robert Scoble on Channel 9

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    http://channel9.msdn.com/Showpost.aspx?postid=111598 This is a fascinating webcast that Robert Scoble did with Bill Gates.. It's a great insight into Bills thoughts on Software, the past, the future and also blogging! If you listen carefully...
  • David Kline

    Quick code commenting and uncommenting using Visual Studio

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    Yesterday, I was talking with one of the folks here and I learned something about Visual Studio. We were looking at some code and he selected a line, clicked a button, on the toolbar, and the line was commented out. I asked him what he just did and he...
  • Windows Eventlog

    Windows Eventlog

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    Welcome to Windows Eventlog
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    VMware Workstation beta to support 64-bit guests

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    Found this on: http://blogs.zdnet.com/BTL/?p=1830 . Now this is cool (if it is true): "According to Rowland, one extremely cool feature of 5.5 is that, in a VMware-based system, the host operating system doesn't need to be a 64-bit operating system in...
  • Artificial Ignorance - the Anand Iyer chronicles

    the number 9 and blogworthiness

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    Right, so, I’m no numerologist or anything. I can barely even add. But, there’s one thing I’ve had a close association with all my life, and that, is the number ‘9’. I was born on the 30th of June – 06/30. If you were to add up all the digits in the date...
  • Jason Langridge's WebLog - MR Mobile!

    Windows Mobile and Email data usage

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    I had a comment on my previous post relating to the fact they suspected that Activesync used about 20MB of data per month and Blackberry only used 3MB. The Blackberry numbers are correct but the Activesync numbers are waaaayyyy out! Let me explain......
  • Anthony Bloesch's Web Log

    Surrogate keys

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    After you have been building databases for a while, surrogate keys become second nature but many people do not know about them so I thought I should devote some time to them. In addition, a constant challenge is choosing between using an int or a uniqueidentifier (i.e. GUID) as a surrogate key and I thought this would be a great forum to get some feedback on when you should use one or the other....
  • Eric Jarvi

    podcast on performance testing

    "All about performance testing with Keith Moon" http://www.qapodcast.com/node/9
  • Henry Hahn

    T-Minus 3 Days

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    The PDC is almost here!!! Just imagine: Thousands of developers descending upon L.A. to find out all about new Microsoft technologies. But it's not just that; it's that this technology will change not only software but the world ! Even though the PDC...
  • hughpyle

    Furthur!

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    Here's a recap and subject-index of the story so far. Getting started with Groove Forms ; the component parts ( Fields, Forms, Views ); a digression about the available fieldtypes; and a real example . And a hint about scripting in Groove Forms...
  • J.net

    KatrinaSafe at PDC BOF Session

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    If you are going to the PDC, there will be a Birds of a Feather session that will talk about how technology can be used to respond to a disaster like Katrina. It's called "Katrina Relief through technology" and will be on Monday, September 12 at 7:00...
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