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  • Mike Stall's .NET Debugging Blog

    Commutative vs. Associative

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    Sometimes a good example can instantly clarify something. I recall back to my early school days when my math teacher explained that addition and multiplication were Commutative (a+b == b+a) and Associative ( a+(b+c) == (a+b) +c). We students didn't...
  • Diane's web-log

    PDC05 - Pre Conference day 2

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    I went to the SQL Server 2005 session today. It was very good - even when you include the LA power outage - which gave our host time to tell some really bad jokes. The morning session was on SQL Serverr IntegrationServices - SSIS. The SQL team has...
  • Craig McMurtry's WebLog

    If you are a software vendor interested in adopting Indigo/the Windows Communication Foundation

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    ... then you may like to participate in our Ascend Readiness program that offers extensive hands-on workshops and labs. Register your interest by sending an e-mail to Adoptwcf@microsoft.com . Just tell us, A little bit about your company, and...
  • Riding Herd

    Another mini-guide update

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    We heard from some attendees that they were having a hard time choosing between DAT209 (WinFS Future Directions: An Overview) and TLN306 (The .NET Language Integreate Query Framework: An Overview) in the Wednesday 1:45pm timeslot. To make it a little...
  • Darryl Burling @ Work

    TechNet indexes are now online!

    I got this in my email and thought it would be worth passing on... We have launched the TechNet Indexes on http://microsoft.com/technet/index . There is even a fly out under TechNet programs -> Subscriptions on http://www.microsoft.com/technet...
  • A Canuck In The Machine

    Now At The PDC!

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  • Ercenk's WebLog

    First day in LA before PDC

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    7:30 flight from SEA-TAC, at least a short one to LA. I was a late registrant to the event, thus could not find a place in one of the conference hotels. I was quite hopeless to find a place to stay at, and then I found this hotel. It is in a neighborhood...
  • Dieter's ProjBlog

    It's The Platform

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    From the beginning, P12 has been about the platform. As customers rolled out Project 2002 and then 2003, we saw where we needed to improve the communication between Project Pro, Project Server, and SQL Server. We were able to see the real concurrency...
  • Ercenk's WebLog

    Back on msdn blogs after the first couple of posts

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    I was about to move to a different team within Microsoft when I had started my technical blog on MSDN. Then, I moved on and started to work on a new technology Microsoft is about to announce in a couple of days during PDC 2005. I needed to keep silent...
  • Peter Torr's Blog

    Why not use hashes for the Anti-Phishing Filter?

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    Several people have asked why Internet Explorer 7 will send "real" URLs instead of hashes to the AP (Anti-Phishing) server. That's a good question, and I know it's a good question because it's the same thing just about everybody at Microsoft (including...
  • Antimail

    100 GB in your cell phone?

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    Using nanotechnology, Rusell Cowburn and other researchers developed a new 3D architecture for memory chips. This latest research, however, has the potential to develop a chip that combines the storage capability of a hard drive with the low cost...
  • Yasser Shohoud

    Bizarre afternoon in L.A.

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    This morning, I flew out to LA for PDC. The plane landed around 12:15PM, nice and early. The ride to the hotel was mostly uneventful until we got to downtown and I noticed all the traffic lights were flashing red and drivers were confused at every major...
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