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  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    May MSDN Magazine Online

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    The May issue of MSDN Magazine is online, just in time for baseball season. We'll be headlining these stories over the next few weeks, but you can read them all right now . :)
  • Andrew May's WebLog

    Rock Thought for the Day: Garbage

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    At the risk of further poaching on John Durant's turf , it turns out I have another Rock Thought of the Day® to share: Garbage's new CD, Bleed Like Me , is out today. At first listen, you'd never know the band's been gone for the past five years. It...
  • Michael Howard's Web Log

    Hell Hath No Fury...

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    I'm not sure if it's because my 20month old daughter kept me awake last night, or the lack of coffee today, but it's been a slow day. Then I read this http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=22460 , and it made me giggle!
  • NETNew WebLog

    Just released: Connected Systems Business Kit

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    Check out a cool new kit available for free at http://www.microsoft.com/connectedsystems . It features whitepapers, case studies, and architectural information on Connected Systems and SOA. In addition, it contains a walk-through of Microsoft's implementation...
  • Adam Singer

    Alice in changesets

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    In our last episode , we discussed the checkin process. Of course, checking in changes isn't the end of the process; it's really just a new beginning. Changesets represent discrete points in time and can be used refer to a specific state of the repository...
  • Under The Hood - Matt Pietrek

    Diagnosing DBGHELP symbol loading

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    I've had a love/hate relationship with DBGHELP.DLL for a long time, as reader of my MSDN column well knew. I love what DBGHELP does, but I hate when my calls to it fail and I have no clue why. One of the cool things about working at Microsoft is the...
  • blogs.msdn.com/brianjo

    April Security Bulletins Released

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    Microsoft released a number of critical and important security bulletins today. You can get information about these at the Security Bulletin Search site. Here's a link to the bulletin summary for April 2005: Technical Microsoft Security Bulletin...
  • ReuvenLax

    Some words on performance

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    In my list of afterthoughts, the third item is performance. Why don't developers like thinking about performance from the start? It's clearly not for the same reasons as backup and security, since performance is about a product working well. Nobody will...
  • Jamie's Junk

    Spam, Viewers, Programming and Press Releases

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    I just started a new subscription is Scientific American and my first issue caught me by surprise with this article about spam . David Heckerman, one of the authors, manages the group in Microsoft Research with which we collaborate on the algorithms in...
  • CorrecteurOrthographiqueOffice

    Nouveau correcteur orthographique français! ~ New French speller!

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    [English follows] Que vous soyez originaire du Maroc , du Congo , de Belgique , du Canada , de Suisse , de France ou de tout autre pays francophone, si vous aimez la langue française et si vous utilisez votre ordinateur pour écrire en français, ce...
  • Riding Herd

    XMLHTTP primer on ASP.NET Support Voice

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    Brian Goldfarb sent me an email pointer to the latest ASP.NET Support Voice posting. This one covers implementing an AJAX-style experience using XMLHTTP to asynchronously fetch data from a web service . I also just noticed that Brian's link to Bertrand...
  • NETNew WebLog

    New BizTalk and .NET Training Available

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    There is a wealth of new training available in both physical lab and e-learning formats. Given that this training is in high demand, here are some links to the new offerings. New BizTalk e-Learning offerings from MS-Learning: 2434 : Introduction...
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