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  • The Web and Microsoft

    My new hosting group on

    Do you have a profile on ? Even if you don't I wanted to let you guys know about something that I've started. I just recently created a Windows Hosting Group on myspace in order to bring Hosting professionals together to discuss Windows...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    COM registration if you need a typelib

    The problem with the previous examples I posted on minimal COM object registration is that they don't always work. As I mentioned, if you follow the rules specified, while your COM object will work just fine from Win32 applications, you'll have problems...
  • Kael Rowan


    I’m implementing a single-source multiple-target version of Dijkstra's shortest path algorithm that stops when it reaches a requested number of targets.  In order to do this, I’m using a priority queue where target vertices are prioritized by shortest...
  • Stephen Toub

    Write Articles for MSDN Magazine

    MSDN Magazine is always on the look out for talented developers and writers looking to get their quality ideas and content published in the magazine. If you've got a great idea for an article relating to development with Microsoft technologies, by all...
  • Windows Embedded Standard (Standard 7, Standard 2009, XPe...)

    Now that's one small power supply!

    I noticed on Sunday that a company called mini-box is now selling a product called " picoPSU-120 ". I'll have to tell you - this thing really has me thinking about embedded systems and just how small they *could* get. :) They're touting it as the " World...
  • .NET Security Blog

    Mike Rousos on Registry Security

    Over the weekend, Mike Rousos (a BCL tester who's been temporarily drafted onto the security team) posted an interesting piece about the new BCL registry security support on the BCL blog . While the title mentions RegistryPermission, the post is actually...
  • Aaron Marten

    Visual Studio 2005 Automation Samples available for download

    As has already been mentioned by Chetan and Craig , the Automation (EnvDTE) Samples for Visual Studio 2005 have been released. If you're interested in seeing what sort of extensibility points and automation model Visual Studio provides without needing...
  • Paul Andrew

    VS Live at the end of January 2006

    I'm presenting a session or two at VS Live in San Fransicso this month as part of the Middleware summit. I'm presenting an Introduction to Windows Workflow Foundation and I'll be co-presenting BizTalk Server 2006 and Windows Workflow Foundation with...
  • MHender Rambles On

    Crossbow on Dr. Dobbs

    I recently did an interview with Scott Swiggart on the subject of Crossbow and the article ended up on Dr. Dobbs, check it out: I also did an MSDN TV segment, but it's not posted yet...
  • Mike Poulson's Thoughts on lots of stuff

    Storing your email on your SD card (Smart Phone WM5)

    I have my 2125 (aka HTC Tornado, aka HTC Faraday, running Windows Mobile 5) and one of the things I needed to do was to store my email messages and attachments on my Mini-SD card. I posted about an app that one could install that would do this a few...
  • FrankPr's World of Devices

    Mark your calendars: MEDC is coming to Europe

    One month after MEDC 2006 (May 8-11, Las Vegas), Microsoft's Mobile & Embedded DevCon will come to Europe. Yes, there will be one single event this year, after the various national conferences in France, the UK, and Germany last year. And the place...
  • Notes from a dark corner

    Spyware and Malware - a never ending battle

    As a support engineer, like most techies in the IT industry, I 'look after' the machines of a number of friends and family as well as my own machines. So I feel an added responsibility to keep up to date with the ongoing battles in the field of information...
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