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  • .NET Security Blog

    A New Machine

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    About 2 weeks ago my main office machine died, taking with it all of my current work, and my blog post information. Getting the replacement to my office, setup, and running has been, well, a somewhat interesting saga involving lost emails, delayed deliveries...
  • Antimail

    When CoCreateInstance returns 0x80080005 (CO_E_SERVER_EXEC_FAILURE)

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    A sneaky error The following post summarizes my personal experience with a subtle COM error. CO_E_SERVER_EXEC_FAILURE (0x80080005) is an error which can be randomly returned by CoCreateInstance() if you are using an out-of-process COM server. As far...
  • James Newkirk's Blog

    NUnit Converter V0.2 is on GotDotNet

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    I have posted an early version (0.2) of a conversion program. The program converts C# NUnit code into tests compatible with Visual Studio 2005 Team System. It is an early version - there is still much work to do. See the release notes for what is converted...
  • Deven Kampenhout's Tech Blog

    Visual Web Developer Express 2005

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    If you want to get a look at the new version of ASP.Net which is now in Beta 2, a great way to get started is to download Visual Web Developer Express 2005. It can be downloaded for free from http://beta.asp.net/ , and acts as an entry level to the Visual...
  • Eugenio Pace

    CAB training event in Redmond

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    We are pleased to announce a 2 day, instructor-led training event for the upcoming Composite UI Application Block (CAB) in Redmond, WA, USA. When? Monday, July 25th (Introduction & key subsystems) – Tuesday, July 26th. (drill down and roadmap)...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    Favorite New Things In Commerce Server 2006

    We're starting to release more information on the upcoming Commerce Server 2006 release, and three of my favorite new things are: BizTalk Adapters. We're providing out-of-the-box adapters to the Order, Catalog, Inventory and Profile subsystems....
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    CeLog corruption

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    Posted by: Sue Loh CeLog file corruption is a squirrely problem I haven't tracked down a reason for yet. I have never had a device that produced corruption for me, not in any reproducible manner (if ever, I can't remember hitting corruption myself...
  • Sara Ford's Weblog

    My autobiography from a former life? – Bread Givers

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    Bread Givers – from the back cover “Sara Smolinsky was the daughter…” My maiden name is “Smolensky”, but close enough. At my UMass internship many years ago, I meet this one student in the dorm who was really taken aback by my name. She keeps asking...
  • dangriff's WebLog

    Does Google suck?

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    Try this search in both http://search.msn.com and http://www.google.com: who is the vice president of the usa? Okay, I'll spoil it - MSN returns the (correct) current VP, right at the top, based on their builtin encyclopedia lookup feature. Google...
  • Eric Jarvi

    ASP.NET 2.0

    Here's a good starting point for ramping up on ASP.NET 2.0: http://beta.asp.net/QUICKSTART/aspnet/
  • canthe's WebLog

    What does RTM/RTW mean? (part 1)

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    Since I've become a Release Manager at Microsoft, I've learned a lot about what it actually takes to "ship" software. From the development team's point of view, the big celebration is when our software is "released" (often abbrievated as RTM or RTW)....
  • dangriff's WebLog

    New MCE machine - Reversal of Fortune

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    I got my new machine up and running! In fact, I'm now listening to the Rush in Rio DVD in Dolby Digital on this machine while I write this post. And since it's in my living room (as opposed to my un-kid-friendly office), it's easy to sit here with the...
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