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  • .NET Compact Framework Team

    Updated list of .NetCF applications and libraries

    This is an update to the list of applications and libraries built for the .Net Compact Framework started by Mike Zintel in his blog in December 2004. Since December, our team has been growing our list of applications built on the .Net Compact Framework...
  • mgrier's WebLog

    The NT DLL Loader: DLL_PROCESS_ATTACH reentrancy - step 2 - GetProcAddress()

    Last time we pondered what does LoadLibrary() do when called inside of a DLL_PROCESS_ATTACH callout. The answer was pretty simple and predictable - the only nuance is that the initializers are not run before returning. Now place yourself in the position...
  • BizTalkLATAM's Blog

    Receive Shape y los tipos de mensajes

    Uno de los temas que más se preguntan en los newsgroups es como lograr que diferentes tipos de mensajes puedan ingresar a la misma orquestacion implementando un solo Receive Shape y por ende un solo Receive Port , pero de igual forma poder trabajar con...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    Windows Embedded Online Webcast (Tools Demos)

    Yesterday morning (or several weeks ago if you are reading this in July!) I presented a one hour Windows CE and Windows XP Embedded online Seminar - the seminar was recorded and is now available to view on demand . Covering Windows CE 5.0 or Windows...
  • Solutions Monkey

    Why Integration should not be an after thought?

    "Integration" has always been the "magical" word for the IT world. Traditionally "Integration" projects have always been after thought projects started after purchasing/building more than one system and result of making it to work together in some way...
  • IEBlog

    Using rounded corners with IE today

    The information published in this post is now out-of-date and one or more links are invalid. —IEBlog Editor, 21 August 2012 Web developers often want to add rounded corners to their pages. Since we have no plans to do native rounded corner support...
  • The App Compat Guy

    Mutation and Genes

    From the comments I received, it is apparent that I rushed through my description of mutation, which seems to have led to some confusion. I will attempt to rectify that shortcoming. When I speak of mutation being non-random in biological life, there...
  • Larry Osterman's WebLog

    Why is defense in depth so important?

    Yesterday's post on the principal of least privilege engendered some discussion about how important the PLP was. Many of the commentors (including Skywing, the originator of the discussion) felt that it wasn't important because malware could always...
  • This n That

    Retail vs Debug settings for C# and VB.NET in Visual Studio

    You may wonder exactly what differs when you change build settings in Visual Studio from Debug to Release. Well, I have been asked this a couple times and would like to provide my best answer here in a place where all can find it....
  • All About Interop

    Interoperability at Sun's JavaOne event

    There's lots of .NET-and-Java interop stuff happening at JavaOne this year. I'll be participating in a panel discussion, as well as a BoF session. A number of other Microsofties will be doing sessions. And, we have a booth on the show floor. Come and...
  • Adam Nathan's Old Blog

    .NET and COM: Now without 5.1 pounds of paper!

    Someone just pointed out to me that my Interop book is now available in PDF format at Amazon. I had no idea! I haven't made the leap to e-books yet, but I think having full text search would be very handy in this case...
  • John R. Durant's WebLog

    Word XML and using XPath contains

    I can't remember if I blogged about this, and if I did, I just don't remember (since my accident in September, my memory has been much less reliable- bummer). Anyway, I wanted to do an XPath search for nodes that contain string1 or string2 or string3...
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