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  • Brad Abrams

    Atlanta Rocks!

    I am having a great time in Atlanta this week. Kirk and Doug have done a great job so far in setting us up with key customer visits and (my favorite part) engaging with the thriving .NET community here in Atlanta… but rather than hearing from me, here...
  • JasonMcC's WebLog

    Next generation windowing system demo

    The guys at Channel 9 have come up with another brilliant video interview - this time one of the developers on the Avalon team ( Daniel Lehenbauer ) walks us through what Avalon is and how you would assemble and render a 3D enabled windows application...
  • Nigel Watling

    64 bits should be plenty enough for anybody

    Bill Gates once remarked “640KB of memory should be plenty enough for anybody”. Actually, I have it on good authority that he didn't say it, but let's not let that get in the way of a good story. The reason the quote has stuck is that firstly, it was...
  • Antimail

    Microsoft Campus remains in Redmond

    I knew that Microsoft planned to expand in Issaquah, but I never knew the technical details behind it. This article (in details our future building development plans. It looks like the Issaquah plan was abandoned, and the campus will stay undivided...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Podcast: Interview with Major Nelson from the XBOX team - get the scoop on XBOX and MEDC...

    Hey, I had the pleasure to sit down with Major Nelson (Larry Hryb) from the XBOX team, we talked about the next generation XBOX (and get the first LIVE look at the next generation XBOX industrial design, brought to you in glorious audiovision), XBOX...
  • Marco Dorantes' WebLog

    How to increase quality of software solutions to business problems?

    Alternative title: How to get more benefits from the application of software to solve business problems? You know, there is no a single factor that detonate productivity and quality, in other words "there is no silver bullet". Productivity and quality...
  • Speakers are Speaking in Code . . .

    vier vrijheid

    5 May is the 60th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands from German occupation. The Dutch hold a Liberation Festival every May 4th & 5th to celebrate Freedom and to " reflect on the current meaning of freedom, democracy and justice." ...
  • Partho's Weblog

    Object Test Bench – II: A User’s Manual…

    Object Test Bench – II: A User’s Manual…...
  • Lisa Wollin

    IE User Agent

    I apologize for not posting much lately. I have the next installment of JavaScript 101 almost ready and will post it as soon as I have a chance to finish it. I've been hard at work writing the doc plan for the next version of FrontPage. No, I can't share...
  • Eric Jarvi

    Peek into TFS Reporting

    Just had a chance to see an internal demo on the TFS reporting and data mining type features. The walkthrough included using Excel pivot tables and integration into OLAP cubes. It was all hooked into our dogfood TFS system so the data being reported was...
  • Kevin B Smith's WebLog

    Controlling the CLR Thread pool hosted by BizTalk

    The CLR thread pool is global to the process, meaning that all components using the thread pool in a given process share the same thread pool and therefore compete for it. This for the most part is a good thing as it is more efficient in terms of system...
  • Eric Jarvi

    Tuning .NET Application Performance

    This was released about a year ago, but still some valuable information on ASP.NET perf tuning: "This chapter provides an iterative process to systematically...
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