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  • Man vs Code

    Audible.com & Pearson teaming up - it's about time!

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    This is great news . I have wanted this for quite some time. Now I just wonder what technical books will be available online and how effective it will be to listen to them instead of read them.
  • manish godse's Application Insights and remoting blog

    movin out..

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    After working on remoting for about five years (almost seven on the .net framework) I am changing focus and work in application development space. Thus I have now moved to the Microsoft Operations Manager team. I hope to continue to blog about remoting...
  • Nick on Silverlight and WPF

    Avalon's naming conventions

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    A long time ago, I promised to document the various naming patterns that Avalon uses. I still haven't done that, but I did the next best thing and convinced Tyler Barton to write it during his recent internship, and so rather than make people wait until...
  • venkatna's (Venkat Narayanan's) WebLog

    MSN, RSS, Ajax and Accessibility

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    Nate Weinberg over at blognewschannel is at the Syndicate conference has a write up about what MSN is doing in the RSS space . He talks about MSN Spaces and Start.com. I am very excited about the work MSN is doing with RSS. Scott Isaacs also has a...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Another Keynote, already ?

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    I’m back in the office after last weeks MEDC 2005 event and am getting ready for TechEd 2005 – tons of cool demo’s to work on… just look at the state of my office… – Mike
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Hidden Message in Writing Secure Code 2nd Ed

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    I've been meaning to write about this for a year or so, but for some reason I simply keep forgetting to do it! There's a hidden message in WSC 2nd ed. Since the book's release, only one person has found it. Here's a clue: it's in plain sight :)
  • Eric Jarvi

    Q: What's the difference between code profiling and dynamic code analysis?

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    Q: What's the difference between code profiling and dynamic code analysis? A: Dynamic Code Analysis is a category of analysis features, code profiling is a specific feature in that category. Code coverage (which uses the same engine as the profiler...
  • Yves Dolce

    Abril Despedacado

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    Abril Despedaçado. Beautiful movie. The music. The photography. The story. Hard to go back to reality and take your mind out of the movie's atmosphere. The site: http://www.abrildespedacado.com.br ( IMDB ) ...
  • Paul Andrew

    Moved from Wellington, New Zealand to Redmond, Washington.

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    I just got SharpReader installed again. I've been absent from blogging since I left New Zealand on 11th March 2005. Sorry about that. I noticed that Nic has dropped me off the New Zealand .NET Developers Blog Roll . Very sad. Hey Nic, don't expat's count...
  • Ron Jacobs

    Generating the Data Tier

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    Recently a couple of MVPs from Mexico sent me a tool that they created called the DataTierGenerator for Enterprise Library. This thing is pretty cool so yesterday afternoon I decided to give it a spin. I was thoroughly impressed! It does a terrific job...
  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    14 years at Microsoft

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    My first post for a very long time, as I have been recovering from surgery . Today is the anniversary of when I started my career at Microsoft - 14 years! As I said last year , I've been really lucky, as I have done lots of different things, been...
  • Antimail

    Genetics from a software perspective. With a security touch.

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    One intriguing observation about the genetic code is that, in the end, it's pure software. In a conceptual sense, the genetic material is just abstract information: sequences of numbers (similar with the machine code). And, while the "software" would...
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