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  • Larry Osterman's WebLog


    Today, I'm celebrating my 21st anniversary at Microsoft (it was actually Saturday), anyone on campus can feel free to stop by my office and enjoy some of the 21 bagels (and cream cheese) I brought in to celebrate. Sorry Esther, I guess I have to...
  • Kang Su's Blog

    Cracking Profile-Guided Optimization profile data with PGOMGR

    In one of my previous postings I updated some of the information in my MSDN whitepaper on PGO. In this entry I'm going to go into more depth about one of the tools useful for PGO, which is PGOMGR (stands for PGO Manager). What the heck is this tool...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    My favorite hardware bug

    Adi Oltean asks: What's your favorite Bug? My personal favorite was on the ICL PWS-400. The ICL PWS-400 was a custom hardware design built by ICL. I was on the team of 5 (two from Microsoft, three from ICL) whose job it was to port MS-DOS 4.1 to this...
  • Data Access blog

    Getting the MARS Sample working in the June CTP

    Multiple Active Result Sets ( MARS ) is a cool new feature in SQL Server 2005 which allows you to start and begin processing another query while you are in the middle of processing a different query on the same connection. Unfortunately the MARS sample...
  • Jeff Lin's Blogs for the Eternal Mindlessness

    Microsoft Connections Seminar

    For all my loyal readers out there(all 3 of you) thanks for diligently coming back everyday for the last week to check out all the tips and tricks I have to offer. Since I have an event tomorrow in Dublin, California. I will be making the entire tips...
  • Quan To's Visual Studio Extensibility blog

    Deployment Survey

    This isn't technically a setup issue but we're working on the next wave of development tools and are interested in finding out how customers deploy the .Net Framework and their applications. This information will help us plan out our features for Orcas...
  • Yun Jin's WebLog

    Thread, System.Threading.Thread, and !Threads (II)

    With knowledge in my previous blog , we could avoid some mistakes in .NET programming. A C++ Thread is very resource heavy. It is associated with a lot of dynamically allocated memory and some OS handles. So it had better to be cleaned up ASAP after...
  • BizTalkLATAM's Blog

    BTSTask en BTS 2006

    BTSTask.exe es la utilidad que BizTalk Server 2006 (BTS 2006) proporciona para realizar todas las operaciones administrativas de despliegue de todos los elementos que provee BTS 2006 en operaciones automáticas. BTSTask es una herramienta de línea de comando...
  • Jon Gallant's Blog

    Be careful what you have on your clipboard while surfing

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  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Roanoke Valley .NET User Group - September meeting

    The next meeting of the Roanoke Valley .net User Group will be held on Thursday, September 1 - 6pm at the Advance Auto Parts training center at Crossroads Mall. TOPIC: SESSIONS FROM CODE CAMP Session 1: Dynamic Business Objects in the Middle Tier...

    RESCHEDULED: Events in Baton Rouge and New Orleans

    For those of you in Louisiana, in case you haven't heard (or haven't guessed), the events that I was planning on doing in New Orleans and Baton Rouge with Momentum (found here ) have been rescheduled due to Hurricane Katrina. Needless to say, it would...
  • The .NET Sweatshop (v2)

    CodeGallery is here

    Since I left patterns & practices six months ago, it's been an interesting experience for me. After all, I spent my entire career at Microsoft in one group, it’s strange to move to a new boss, a new team, and a new set of responsibilities. Fortunately...
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