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  • Deven Kampenhout's Tech Blog

    Linux Is No Longer "Free"

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    I find it both amusing and interesting how eventually the major "free" linux distributions had to turn to a service based licensing model. It only makes sense, as the axiom my mother taught me when I was young still holds true: "There ain't no free lunch." With Enterprise level support requirements, comes Enterprise level licening fees. New studies now show that licensing and support costs do not significantly differ between Windows Server 2003, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3, or Novell/SUSE Linux 8...
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    Modeling Reality

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    Happy new year everyone! My first 2005 post is about something that I hold very dear, a computer science book titled " Modeling Reality ". I've seen pretty much all phases of its building happening at about 1 mt from me: following the geek couple pattern...
  • Jonathan Hardwick

    Microsoft anti-virus software to complement today's beta of an anti-spyware tool

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    [Update for people finding this post through web searches: the anti-virus tool has been released as the Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (KB890830). You can use that link to download it directly, but really you should be using Windows...
  • NETNew WebLog

    14 new free BizTalk Server 2004 hands-on labs available on MSDN !

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    14 BizTalk Hands-on Labs are now publicly available in the full-featured MSDN Virtual Lab at: http://msdn.demoservers.com/login.aspx?group=biztalk How it works: it's simple — no complex setup or installation is required to try out BizTalk running in the...
  • Deven Kampenhout's Tech Blog

    History of Linux

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    Here is an interesting article on the history of linux: http://www.linuxgazette.com/node/9721
  • NETNew WebLog

    Mainframe to Windows interop and migration (no snickering from the peanut gallery, please)

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    While on the surface this may seem like a stretch, the reality is that the technical solution is solid, the economics are compelling, and there is a quiet group of companies actively pursuing Windows/Intel migration options for both mainframe and midrange...
  • Windows Embedded Blog

    CES - Out for the evening.

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    A few of us managed to get out for the evening, a fantastic meal at Demonicos , followed by a walk along the Canal within the Venitian hotel (the canal is on the 3rd floor of the hotel! Note that the gondalas have electric motors, they’ve done a...
  • Scott Holden's Blog

    .NET Compact Framework 1.0 SP3

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    We have just released .NET Compact Framework 1.0 SP3 and it is available for download. There are no new features in SP3; however, we fixed a few protocol compatibility issues as well a couple of integrity issues. See the link for more details. Scott This...
  • Scott Holden's Blog

    Generics

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    Have you been wondering if the .NET Compact Framework is going to support Generics in v2? Why yes, of course. Check out Roman Batoukov’s post Generics in the .NET Compact Framework , where he gives insider information on the implementation of Generics...
  • Spot the Bug!

    eWeek - Getting a Head Start on App Security

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    Getting a Head Start on App Security December 7, 2004 3 comments posted Add your opinion With security on the minds of IT managers more than ever, some companies are addressing the issue even before applications...
  • Scott Holden's Blog

    .NET Compact Framework Version Compatibility

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    Steven Pratschner just wrote two posts on versioning in the .NET Compact Framework. There are a couple of things to note for device developers. The first is that we do support the notion of side by side for v1 and v2, but the reality is there isn’t enough...
  • Spot the Bug!

    Writing Secure Applications using Least Privileges

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    Microsoft Recommended Best Practice Microsoft encourages that as a best practice developers write their applications to execute with the least privileges to get the job done. The reason for doing this is quite simple – if an attacker creates a security...
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