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  • Write Ahead Blog

    WSE 2.0 Transport for Service Broker

    Having seen implementations of MSMQ, SMTP and UDP transport providers for WSE, I was sure someone would come up with one for Service Broker as well. I played around with this for a bit but only got to implement the sender side. Mike Taulty recently released...
  • Inside Architecture

    How to get rid of circular references in C#

    A refers to B, B refers to A, Why can't we all just get along? Every now and again, I see a posting on the newsgroups where someone has created a circular reference in their code structure, and they can't figure out how to get out from under it. I'm writing...
  • The Visual Basic Team

    Open letter to VB community

    Jay discusses the MVP petition on VB6. Add your thoughts. We do want to hear them.
  • Brad Abrams

    CLR 2.0: Compatibility and Side-by-side

    As I talked to customers (internally and externally) it is clear that our story around compatibility and side-by-side is not well understood. Here is a very brief description to help us get on the same page: Compatibility: We are working very hard to...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Another great Route64 event this week

    This week certainly was a week of partner and customer events in the 64-bit Windows world. Ø x64 Partner Summit Ø HPC NDA event Forgot to blog about it. D… Ø The second Route64 event. This time in Houston , Tx . Route64 isa worldwide developer training...
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Mono and .NET on Linux

    Josh Blake and a friend put together a great blogcast on using Mono and Linux to run .NET applications. They also show off GTK# and a few other features. Check out the blog cast here . --Eric (Grand Valley State University)
  • MSDN Student Flash

    Are you an educator? Want to learn .NET?

    Check out this is a great site for educators of all classification. What may reallly interest you is the FREE .NET training around the country at various locations, read more about it here ... --Eric (Grand Valley State University)
  • The Old New Thing

    Confusion over whether you have Windows XP SP1 or SP2

    Ignore the build identification string; it's all very confusing....
  • Antimail

    Is AJAX something revolutionary?

    AJAX seems to be the new "buzzword of the day". In short, AJAX stands for "Asynchronous JavaScript And XML", an acronym coined by Jesse Garrett recently. The basic idea is very nice - you can actually perform client-side programming directly in the DHTML...
  • Vittorio Bertocci

    Marketing Weather

    That's how a colleague defined the weather last weekend in Seattle, and I loved the expression:-) It was lovely indeed. Seattle, Bellevue and Redmond are very, very nice places: and this comes from somebody who's definitely spoiled in terms of outlooks...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    The Ides of March - a bad time for bloggers

    This has been a bad time for a couple of bloggers that I read. First Jeremy Wright was refused entry into the US by a customs agent who couldn’t believe that blogging is a paying job (and didn’t believe any of that newfangled Skype stuff, either). This...
  • Omar Shahine

    Joe Wilcox on PlaysForSure, Napster, WMP10 and Zen Micro

    Joe Wilcox did an awesome four part series on his experiences with PlaysForSure, Napster To Go and the new PlaysForSure devices. Awesome read and is very close to my sentiments on the matter. Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 ...
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